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Bill Viola at Grand Palais

Art | March 5, 2014 |

bill violaImage courtesy of Grand Palais

Bill Viola at Grand Palais

Bill Viola is without doubt the most celebrated exponent of video art. For the first time, the Grand Palais will present a wide-ranging group of his works, including moving paintings and monumental installations from 1977 to today.

bill violaBill Viola, “Fire Woman”, 2005. Image courtesy of Kira Perov

Focusing on both intimate and universal experiences, the artist expresses his emotional and spiritual journey through great metaphysical themes – life, death and transfiguration…

bill violaBill Viola, “Going Forth By Day” (detail), 2002. Image courtesy of Kira Perov

Bill Viola was born in New York on 25 January 1951. His works will be exhibited at the Grand Palais from March 5 to July 21, 2014.

more. http://www.grandpalais.fr/en/event/bill-viola

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