Born 1962, Paris, France; lives in New York, New York

Pierre Huyghe explores the territory of reality and fiction, creating a site of convergence for interpretation, representation, and transformation. His work incorporates film, objects, and staged events such as celebrations, puppet shows, and musicals to address how we construct and translate experience. Although the final artwork often takes the form of a projected image, Huyghe's primary interest lies in the production of situations.


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A Journey That Wasn't is a project of the Public Art Fund.

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Still from A Journey That Wasn’t, 2005. Super 16mm film and high-definition video transferred to high-definition video, color, sound. Filming in Central Park, New York, a project of the Public Art Fund. Collection of the artist; courtesy Marian Goodman Gallery, New York and Paris