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Leandro Erlich, Bâtiment, 2004, Nuit Blanche, Paris, France. © Leandro Erlich Studio

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26 June - 05 August, 2022

Leandro Erlich: Seeing Is Not Believing

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Conceptual artist Leandro Erlich presents two iconic installations, Bâtiment (Façade) and Le cabinet du psy (The Psychoanalyst’s Office), plus a selection of additional works, which challenge your sense of balance, space, and the absolute.

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