Seeds, a small subjective precipitate of a history of seeds

Paris ·

18.06.22 → 04.09.22

Wild or cultivated, marvels of form and color, seeds possess a morphology that is both necessary and bizarre, and that arouses astonishment and contemplation. Symbols of life, growth, diversity, and culture, Seeds tell the great story of mankind and question our ability to imagine tomorrow. The history of these “great travelers” is at the heart of the exhibition Seeds, through photographic and plastic works, but also through showcases to discover seeds from the collections of the National Museum of Natural History.

Graines, l’exposition ! presents new works by Thierry Ardouin, Duy Anh Nhan Duc, Fabrice Hyber and Jade Tang.

Artistic direction : José-Manuel Gonçalvès and Nathalie Chapuis (Atelier EXB)


5 rue Curial
75019 Paris

Free Admission


Martial Hobeniche
+33 1 42 33 93 18


Dossier de presse (pdf, French only)