Curated by Johnny Le, the "Muse" exhibition by Hideout is currently taking place at passage in Paris and runs until April 22. The contemporary space has been overrun by a collection of artists and their unique works, none of which adhere to a particular theme or style. Not bound by any conditions, "Muse" is multifaceted in its conception, with aesthetically jarring installations arranged throughout.

The exhibit served a variety of functions during its first three days, including as a pop-up for a Vietnamese eatery and clothing line, as well as an opening reception featuring a live set by Rørstad.

Artists featured: Lucky BK, Chaz Bundick, Leigh Burrell, Alex Asher Daniel, Rose Dickson, Brad Elterman, Jacob Gevalt, Arthur Hitchcock, Keenan Jay, Maak Lab, Joseph Magliaro, Benjamin Parslow, Paige Powell, Max Rippon, Gus Van Sant, Paul Savovici, Kenny Scharf, Suitman, Van Dung Tran & Yué Wu

passage 9 rue Auguste Barbier 75011 Paris, France

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