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Taking over a 2,200-square-foot gallery at Paris’s Palais de Tokyo, a 1937 exhibition hall, Henrique Oliveira Baitogogo made it seem as if a knot of ancient tree branches and roots was growing out of a framework of columns and beams. Photography by Andre Morin/Palais de Tokyo.

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