TRANSLATION MISSING - PALAIS DE TOKYO - THE DAY BEFORE THE NIGHT
Forget the simpleminded clichés saying that the art world is full of snobby brainiacs. It’s probably the complicity that comes from her age (25), which is close to mine (27), but the youngest exhibition curator of the Palais de Tokyo knows how to undo tough artistic analysis with bursts of loud laughter. And that makes all the difference. It’s kind of a self-translation of an oracular language, which makes things all of the sudden become simple. To look brilliant in sophisticated company, Rebecca would be the perfect girlfriend Cyrano. But for dinner with friends, she’d be the person who’d make you laugh the most. And that makes all the difference.
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