The Gervanne + Matthias Leridon Collection supports artistic creation and Turiya Magadlela in the context of the exhibition «Ubuntu, un rêve lucide».
“I am because we are”, from November 26, 2021 to February 20, 2022, dive into the Ubuntu dream at the Palais de Tokyo and discover this thought that, between humanism and political demands, continues to irrigate the African continent with its heritage.

Gervanne Leridon with the artist Turiya Magadlela on November 25, 2021 for the opening of the exhibition “Ubuntu, a lucid dream” at the Palais de Tokyo.

Until February 20, 2021, discover the installation of Turiya Magadlela «Mashadi Would Say II»,2021. Patchwork of nylon and cotton tights.

Turiya Magadlela uses pieces of fabric and cut-out tights to create abstract works where the complex thread of racial and sexual discrimination is woven. His work navigates between the sphere of intimacy and the narratives of South African black history to question the colonization of bodies and the condition of women.”

Source : @palaisdetokyo