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Pop Up Store: Les Mécanismes de Création

As design students we learn to embrace the process of creating, and we want to bring you through this journey with us. On the evening of 24th November, Parsons Paris students will host our 2nd annual pop up store, Les Mécanismes de Creations. 14 students will be selling their own products during this show, from clothing […]

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Parsons Paris Gallery: EXILE : Le Vent Tourne and Liquid Traces

As part of the Memories and Politics in Exile Symposium, Parsons Paris invited artists and Julien Fargetton, Charles Heller and Lorenzo Pezzani to show their work related to migration and refugees in the Parsons Paris gallery. The work will be on display until November 1st. Julien Fargetton Le Vent tourne, 2016 (Changing Winds) Flags often represent conflicting values: heritage and collective identity, […]

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Woe Implores Go at Palais de Tokyo

This Nuit Blanche (Oct 1) Parsons Paris students will be animating faculty Mel O’Callaghan‘s latest performance art piece Going Over, Going Under in Place Dauphine on Ile de la Cité from 7pm to 1am. Nuit Blanche has been described by Time Out Paris, as an event when “an ever-changing roster of artistic directors takes over different portions of the city every year, […]

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Student Show: Internet Landscapes

Internet Landscapes is a group exhibition of artists thinking critically about the Internet as a defining moment in our place in history. Through varied media, including videos, websites, books, prints and etchings, a common theme is the demystification of the network. The work is a result of a dialog on Internet infrastructure,, art and activism, […]

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Student Show: Twoness

Alana Watson & Malique Lee are two American artists currently based in Paris. Known for his work referencing identity and racial consciousness, Malique Lee often works with film, photography, and installation art. Alana Watson is best identified with the themes of self-identity, cultural roots, and humor, using the mediums of tactile manipulation (usually in the […]

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Gallery: Futurographies

There can be no dispute that the shared histories of Cambodia, U.S.A, and France are ones of violence: colonial repression, war, bombing campaigns, genocide, migrations of refugees, deportations, and forced “repatriations.” This exhibition explores another set of parallel histories: histories in which alternate futures were (and are) imagined, written, drafted, discussed, and even determined. In […]

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Parsons Paris Pop-Up

Meet the new generation of innovative Fashion Design and Art, Media & Technology students at Parsons Paris, at an event created by Strategic Design & Management students, which emerged out of Carol Overby’s Creative Project Management class. Enjoy the exhibition or purchase an exclusive and limited design straight out of school, only at our store! #ParsonsParisPopUp ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬OPENING PARTY▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ WHERE ➜ Parsons Paris, 45 rue […]

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Student Show: You Are Here (COP21)

Parsons Paris proudly presents the student show You Are Here. This show is our response to COP21 climate change conference held in Paris. “You are here. We are here. We are in Paris in the weeks after the November 13th terrorist attacks and in the days of the COP21 conference on climate change. This is our city. This is […]

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Installation Club – Net Wt.

The Installation Club is a Parsons Paris students’ initiative that aims to create one large-scale installation each semester based on the social and physical environment of Parsons Paris and the city at large. The first installation, Net Wt., is a reaction to the number of plastic bottles thrown away at the school on a regular […]

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Student Show: Point and Line to Plane

Tuesday, November 10th student show POINT AND LINE TO PLANE opens in the Parsons Paris gallery. The exhibition presents works produced in the Communications Design and Typography & Layout courses led by Aurélien Farina and Sophie Cure. Enjoy a sneak peek below of photos captured by Dasha Ilina throughout the semester. The show will be […]

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