The 'Paris-Scope' Project Displays Art Through a Peephole

By: Sarah Moore - Published: • References: projectivecity & blogs.artinfo
The 'Paris-Scope' project is a peculiar collaborative effort between Chelsea’s Mixed Greens and Paris’s Projective City that showcases new artists' work in a small room -- which can only be viewed through a peephole.

A seemingly full-sized art gallery exists on the other side of the tiny viewing hole in the wall, and is comprised of features that seem both close enough to touch and far off into the distance.

Artists from all over the world have been approached to be showcased in the gallery that allows viewers to see the pieces, but never be physically able to touch them or enter the room that they are housed in.

The first exhibition featured by the project is an installation by James Reeder, entitled The Mountain. Stats for Impossible-to-Enter Exhibits Trending: Older & Chilly
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