On the last day in Paris, I checked out and had half a day to think of Lonely Planet saying that the food in Tokyo Palace was very good, so I rushed to the Palace. Who expected that the main door was closed and it was not open today? Talking with staff in half-baked English took half a day to understand that today there is a special exhibition, the entrance is in the side of the bookstore and cafe there. Hungry, I had lunch in the cafe. The food tastes very ordinary. It's neither French nor Japanese. It's supposed to be an Asian cuisine. But it's amazing how crowded it is. Many of them are local people in Paris. It seems that Parisians really like art exhibitions. The main exhibition of the special exhibition is the oil of painter BERNARD BUFFET. Paintings Exhibition, by-show is an exhibition similar to behavioral art. The joint ticket for the two exhibitions is 15 euros, which is not cheap. The exhibition of behavioral art is completely incomprehensible, and photography is not allowed. BERNARD BUFFET's oil paintings are very different. The themes of many works are life and death. The more weird the works are, the more distinctive the painter's signature is. From the special exhibition, it was found that part of the collection of the Tokyo Palace was also free to open, so it took another hour to browse. Next to the cafe is the museum's bookstore. The art books here are very distinctive. The items in the special area are all 5 euros, which is very valuable. The platform outside the Tokyo Palace is a good place to view the Eiffel Tower. Today, it's sunny and the museum is tired. It's a good choice to sit down and have a rest.
The Tokyo Palace in Paris is an exhibition hall built by Japan during the World Expo. Its interior decoration is very distinctive. It is not far from the Eiffel Tower and occupies a large area. Now it has been rebuilt into a museum showing contemporary art. Tickets are very cheap for only one euro, so you can go and see it.
Palais de Tokyo is a pit. It cost 12 yuan, and finally the empty hall was chatted to you by four people. I said to my last German grandfather "I thought there was a permanent exhibition". Grandpa said "Yes, you and I are part of the exhibition". Yes. You're right. But the Bernard exhibition next to the Museum of Modern Art is cool and heavy. The main men are handsome enough.
The exhibition at Tokyo Palace has always been extravagant at all costs. Modern art exhibitions are really hard to understand. Later "enlightenment" was related to environmental protection. Art shock combined with heat, headache and nausea. Understand why there are more naturalists in Europe and America. Artists'satire on reality is really a dead end.
The Tokyo Palace in Paris is a large exhibition hall. The whole building complex is of Roman and Greek style. It has nothing to do with Tokyo, Japan, and why it is called the Tokyo Palace is unknown. The whole pavilion is very large, and some international exhibitions are often held. The environment is beautiful and worth visiting.
The Palace of Tokyo in Paris, which used to be a venue for exhibition, now has a perennial exhibition of contemporary art. The works of Paris are really very different from those of Germany. They all have a sense of identity. It feels like Germany is a man and Paris is a woman.
The Tokyo Palace in Paris is a museum of modern art. It is not open on Sunday. Most of the exhibits use modern elements to introduce some famous scenic spots and cultural scenery in Japan. Every day, some performance artists perform here. It is very difficult for ordinary people to see.