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Toguna Discovery Day

Palais de Tokyo is inviting you on Saturday 13th January to a discovery day of its new space: the Toguna.

As a place of conviviality and sharing, the Toguna is a setting favourable to concentration and contemplation, sketching out a collective territory, both in its conception and its use. As an endless object of interpretations, its aesthetic particularity instantly shows that another form of apprenticeship is possible.


Noon – 9pm: open to the public with visits accompanied by mediators every half an hour

6pm – 9pm: encounters and dialogues around the Toguna**

* 6pm: Presentation of the Toguna by the exhibition curators, Jean de Loisy and Sandra Adam
* 6.30-9pm: Dialogues in presence with the artistic artisans and creative artists of the Toguna and with:
- Yves Le Fur, general heritage curator, director of heritage and of the collections at the Musée du quai Branly - Jacques Chirac.
- Frédéric Dassas, specialist in decorative arts, head curator at the Department of Art Objects at the Louvre.
- Philippe Morel, Renaissance art historian, professor of art history at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne.

* Within the limit of available places
** Programme subject to modifications


On 13/01/2018, form 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Free access

within the limit of number of available places


Un projet conçu grâce au partenariat avec la Fondation Bettencourt Schueller