The Centre Pompidou presents a retrospective dedicated to the contemporary Haitian artist Hervé Télémaque who has lived and worked in Paris since 1961.
Over the decades Télémaque has produced art which addressed themes such as consumerism, counter-culture and anti-colonialism, as well as examining the relationship between image and language.
His work has veered between Pop Art and Surrealism, while retaining a strong autobiographical element. The exhibition comprises 75 works including paintings, drawings, collages, objects and assemblages from across the artist's long career.
11.00-21.00. Tues closed.