There's a marvelous exhibit going on now at Maison de L'Amérique Latine called "Voyage Voyage" - it's all about the experience of being a traveler, from the perspective of Latin artists around the world, traveling the world.
Two of my favorite pieces were this pseudo-map of the world, created from pieces of degraded painted wall and pinned up, by Leyla Cárdenas:
... as well as a photograph of the vastness of the ocean and an illustration by Francis Alÿs to show the extremely roundabout way he traveled from Tijuana, Mexico to San Diego, California.
And don't miss the exterior art as well - the façade of the gallery is enclosed in a neon work repeating an actual advertisement from 1914 seeking men for "a perilous journey, low wages, long months of complete darkness, constant danger, uncertain to return alive," but with "honors and recognition if successful." Sounds like a job for a badass to me!
Now through April 28th
Maison de L'Amérique Latine
217 Boulevard Saint-Germain (7e Arr.)
01 49 54 75 00
Métro: M12 to Solférino