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It included: Thomas Houseago's L’homme pressé (Man in a Hurry), Sun Yan & Peng Yu's patient vulture, Ahmed Alsoudani's tortured paintings and Friedrich Kunath's poetic sculpture. They were all facets of lived and above all shared contemporary reality, for identity, even an artist’s, exists only by virtue of otherness. There is a "whole" of art, a meeting space that transcends cultural and generational differences. And this space materialised: at once dedicated and open, the visitor’s route designed by Caroline Bourgeois allowed us to experience the world’s multiplicity in a kaleidoscope of unique experiences.
"The World Belongs to You" took a fresh look at the Pinault Collection, showing works by 23 artists for the first time at the Palazzo Grassi. It also highlighted François Pinault's desire to integrate risk-taking into the discourse on creation by increasing the number of special projects, commissions and in situ works.