After Barbara or even musicals, electro music from every angle… This is what Paris Philharmonie highlights with a brand-new exhibition called “Electro from Kraftwerk to Daft Punk” and running from April 9 to August 11, 2019.
A discovery of a musician universe born over 30 years ago “in the underground nightclubs of Chicago and Detroit” and set to music by Laurent Garnier a DJ we don’t need to introduce any more.
The exhibition offers you to come back to the story of this musical movement from Kraftwerk to Daft Punk through “a light and sensory installation” created by artists from 1024 Architecture. A genuine “sound, participative and sensory experience” worthy of the atmosphere in Rave Party. Are also displayed various instruments, sculptures, installations, multi-screenings and other photographs calling in “the main figures, musicians, DJs, inventors who carried the vitalist, visionary or futuristic ideal of electro music”.
Robert Moog, Jean-Michel Jarre, Juan Atkins, Kraftwerk, Andreas Gursky, Peter Boettcher, Rineke Dijkstra, Peter Keen… As many artists who marked electro music and art for about thirty years and whose works are approached on this occasion. A movement that also aims at being the reflect of the changes of our society while giving rise to a political and counter-culture dimension.
From 9 April 2019 to 11 August 2019
Philharmonie de Paris
221 Avenue Jean Jaurès
75019 Paris 19
Métro ligne 5 station "Porte de Pantin"
Tarif réduit: 9 €
Plein tarif: 11 €
Ouvert du mardi au vendredi de 12h à 18h, le samedi et le dimanche de 10h à 18h