Philippe Parreno (born 1964 in Oran, Algeria) is a French artist who lives and works in Paris, France. His work includes various media, such as film, installations, performance, drawing, and text. Parreno focuses on expanding ideas of time and duration through his artworks and distinctive conception of exhibitions as a medium. Preferring projects to objects, he began examining unique approaches to narration and representation in the 1990s and has been exhibiting internationally ever since.
Film and audio
The Anywhen installation brought video screens, bacteria and floating fish to Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall
WatchPhilippe Parreno Turbine Hall Installation Time-lapse
'I'm insanely curious' says artist Philippe Parreno in his conversation with Doug Aitken while discussing 'triggers' for creativity and ...
Term created by curator Nicholas Bourriaud in the 1990s to describe the tendency to make art based on, or inspired ...
What does cinema, football and strange science have to do with the artist’s work?
Tate PapersInvoluntary Drawing
Tate PapersLandmark Exhibitions Issue
Cedric Price said in 2003, ‘A twenty-first century museum will utilise calculated uncertainty and conscious incompleteness to produce a catalyst ...
This paper focuses on practices that captured critical and curatorial attention in Scotland and England at the turn of this ...