Invader’s Space Station: A Mind-Blowing Exhibition Set to Take Paris by Storm in February 2024

Invader, the world-renowned French street artist, is set to launch a spectacular solo exhibition in Paris in February 2024 (17th February until 5th May 2024). The exhibition, entitled “Invader’s Space Station,” will be the largest-scale exhibition to date for the artist and a cosmic experience for visitors.

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The exhibition will be held at 11 Rue Béranger, a unique building in the heart of the 3rd arrondissement. The location boasts stunning views of Paris from all floors and features an accessible panoramic terrace on the rooftop, which offers a 360° urban landscape.

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The building’s modern aesthetic, exceptional heritage environment and generous volumes inherited from an industrial past make it the perfect setting for Invader’s exhibition. In a recent interview with Lauren Collins of “The New Yorker”, Invader comments that the exhibition “…will be like a mother ship, a starship“.

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Invader, who has an obsession with space that can be seen in his work, plans to curate a total takeover of the thirty-seven-thousand-square-foot space over nine floors with several hundred works. The artist’s signature pixelated characters, inspired by the video game Space Invaders, will be installed on walls and other surfaces throughout the space.

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The exhibition will also refresh a “Red, White and Black Space Invader” permanently installed in 2011 on the building’s rooftop terrace designed to be visible from the sky, paying homage to the cult video game.

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Invader’s fascination with space extends beyond just the characters he creates. He sees it as a mental and artistic space where he can explore new ideas and forms. The exhibition will be a mind-blowing experience for visitors, transporting them to Invader’s Space Station and inviting them to explore the depths of his creative mind.

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While there is still much that we don’t know about the exhibition, the details that have been revealed so far are incredibly exciting. Invader’s love for space and his pixelated characters, combined with the unique setting of 11 Rue Béranger, make for a truly one-of-a-kind exhibition that is not to be missed.

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So mark your calendars and get ready to embark on a journey to the outer reaches of the art world with Invader’s Space Station.


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This exhibition requires admission tickets, which can only be acquired through the ticketing page available online.

Put your helmet on and climb into the Invader Space Station for an immersive journey into the artist’s universe. From the heart of Paris, the city where his artistic adventure began, Invader invites you to discover a massive 3,500 m² exhibition spread over 9 floors of a legendary Parisian building. Photos, videos, sculptures and installations, hundreds of works, some of which have never been seen before, await you there, in a scenography tailor-made by the artist. Embark aboard this artistic vessel and discover a historic exhibition by the most international of French artists.

DATES AND OPENING TIME (Tickets required for admission): From February 17th 2024 to May 5th, 2024.

Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. (last entry: 5:30 p.m.). Friday: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. (last entry: 7:30 p.m.). Saturday and Sunday: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. (last entry: 6:30 p.m.).

*The exhibition will be closed on Wednesday, May 1st 2024

LOCATION: Libération premises, 11 Rue Béranger, 75003, Paris

PRICES: Under 12 years: Free Full price: €10

AVERAGE DURATION: 1 hour 30 min.

Once the ticket check is complete, there are five floors to climb to access the exhibition space, which extends over five other floors and more than 3500 m².


MORE INFORMATION: The exhibition is aimed at all audiences, including children and families. The texts in the room are designed to be accessible to everyone, especially young people. As the exhibition space is cramped and high up (five floors to climb), strollers are unfortunately not allowed.

Unfortunately, access to the exhibition space requires walking up five floors of stairs (no working elevator). The site is, therefore, not accessible to people with reduced mobility.

The exhibition will not have changing rooms. For this reason, access to the exhibition space will be prohibited to visitors with suitcases or bulky bags (more than 20 x 20 x 25 cm).

Wrap up warm; the exhibition will not be heated.

Make sure to follow Invader for more updates.

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