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which first appeared in May 1967, the group brought together a number of noted French intellectuals and architects who worked to conceive of and assemble the exhibit at the Musée de l’art Moderne de la Ville de Paris in the spring of 1968. The idea for the exhibit Structures Gonflables was first conceived by two curators at the Musée de l’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Pierre Gaudibert (1929-2006) and Suzanne Pagé (1941-). was a collaborative effort between the Musée de l’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and the French avant-garde group Utopie. At the museum, the idea for the exhibit had been conceived by Pierre Gaudibert (1929-2006) and Suzanne Pagé noted French architects like Jean Paul Jungmann (1935-), Jean Aubert (1935-), Antoine Stinco (1934-) as well as thinkers like sociologists Jean Baudrillard (1929-2007) and Henri Lefebvre (1901-1991). The group first emerged in Paris in 1967 with the release of their eponymous magazine, Utopie: Structure de l’urbain . Reflecting the group’s interest in Stinco, jungmann aubert, a On 1 March 1968, the Musée de l’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris welcomed its first visitors to the Structures Gonflables , an exhibit assembled in collaboration with the French avant-garde group Utopie. Commissioned by the museum’s Pierre Gaudibert, the exhibit wou Counting among its ever-changing ranks architects like Jean-Paul Jungmann and thinkers like sociologist Jean Baudrillard, Utopie I. Véhicules et engines terrestres, marins, aériens et spatiaux (Vehicles and engines for earth, the sea, the air, and space) II. Dispositifs, apparaeils et outils (Devices, Apppli III. travaux d’art (engineering, includes projects like dams) IV. Construction, architectures (most avant garde, includes jungmann’s Dyodon, habitation pneumatique experimentale) V. Meubles (furniture) VI. jouets et accessoires de plages (Beach toys and accessories) VII. Oeuvres d’artistes (Artwork) VIII. objets publicitaire (publicity objects, mostly blimps) IX. Arrangements pour jeux et fêtes (spaces for games and festivals
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