Bill Viola, a major exhibition at The Grand Palais

Monday, March 10

Viola is undoubtedly one of the pioneers in video art. After retrospective at the MOMA in New York, the National Gallery in London and the Guggenheim, Bill Viola for the first time is at the Grand Palais. A large part of his work, from 1977 to today is presented through his paintings moving and monumental installations. Digital images of his works transcribe pure emotion, the artist expresses his emotional and spiritual journey through great metaphysical themes - life, death, transfiguration ... "Who am I ?Where am I ? Where am I going ? ? ": Three questions for three sections of the exhibition, we will be faced with such a vision of a man immersed in water to represent the continuity of life.

From 5 March 2014 to 21 July 2014 
Daily from 10am to 10pm (closes at 8pm on Sunday and Monday) 
Closed on Tuesdays
Exceptional closure on Thursday 1st May and Monday, July 14
Open Thursday, May 8
For the European Night of Museums: Free admission Saturday, May 17 from 8pm to midnight.