In a completely new exhibition looking back over the artistic career of husband-and-wife German photographers Anna and Bernhard Blume, the Centre Pompidou is presenting their spectacular, monumental work acquired in 2012, Im Wahnzimmer, for the very first time. This exhibition highlights their work, full of mocking humour, with a selection of 30 or so original photographs of the paranormal phenomena that have always amused and fascinated the two artists (IGPP collection – Institut für Grenzgebiete der Psychologie und Psychohygiene). Anna and Bernhard Blume began working in the late Sixties. They have a real penchant for the subversive character of apparitions, levitations, the remote moving of objects and other spiritualist phenomena. In contrast with most of their contemporaries, they have adopted an openly irrational,

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