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Upcoming exhibitions

 

The Novel That Writes Itself – Allen Ruppersberg
El Segundo Record Cub

From September 12 to October 4, 2014
Opening on Thursday September 11, 2014 from 6 to 9 pm in presence of the artist

Allen Ruppersberg, The Novel That Writes Itself

Exactly one year after the exhibition dedicated to Raymond Pettibon, mfc-michèle didier starts the program of 2014-2015 with another major artist from the Californian art scene: Allen Ruppersberg. The exhibition will consist of two parts:

The Novel That Writes Itself - a new publication by mfc-michèle didier: the completed autobiographical novel / artwork initiated in 1978 by Allen Ruppersberg.

El Segundo Record Club - a record store unveiled by the artist during the night of the opening of the exhibition. Come experience it at once!

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Sexe, béatitude et logique comptable – Mathieu Mercier

From October 10 to October 31, 2014
Opening on Thursday October 9, 2014 from 6 to 9 pm

Mathieu Mercier

« Michèle Didier, who knows my great interest for published works, has invited me to imagine an exhibition based on her previously published editions. I thought it would be interesting to work on two motifs characteristic of her program, which seem completely opposed at first glance. The question will be to confront in an intelligible and sensible way the incongruous combination of serial and minimal artworks with erotic rudimentary representations. »

Mathieu Mercier, excerpt of an interview given to L’Officiel, published in the issue of September 2014 The exhibition will also display a selection of artworks chosen from Mathieu Mercier’s private collection, as well as a new publication by the artist produced by mfc-michèle didier.

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... et avec cela? – Muntadas

From November 7 to December 17, 2014
Opening on Thursday November 6, 2014 from 6 to 9 pm

Muntadas

A new exhibition by MUNTADAS in Paris, – the previous one, Entre / Between had been presented at the Jeu de Paume in 2012, – ... Et avec cela? is an exhibition that is part of a whole that consists of 2 components; the second part, entitled ... Et avec ceci?, will be presented at the same time at galerie Gabrielle Maubrie in Paris.

MUNTADAS, a Spanish internationally renowned artist, takes since the seventies an interest in mass media, in hyper-consumption and modern technologies used as tools for perception and manipulation. Well-known for his interactive installations, the artist also turns to more conventional techniques, such as silk-screening and printing.

...Et avec cela? will reveal about twenty artworks that will focus all on the question of language: a first series of works will take an interest in national expressions and in what they represent in terms of identity, four artworks of the On Translation series will handle the problematic of translation, while another series, Close up, will be more concerned with the typographical accidents in the press, which would evoke censorship in History. And finally, three artworks will complete this rich ensemble: Dealings, How much? as well as one of the exhibition’s masterworks, Ordeal of Picasso’s heirs.

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Pseudonym Project Paris / Print Party – REVELATION

From December 19, 2014 to January 2015
Opening on Thursday December 18, 2014 from 6 to 9 pm

Print Party

The real names of the artists who made the 16 prints that were presented under a pseudonym during the Print Party held last March will finally be revealed to the public on Thursday December 18, 2014 at 8 PM.

Once the names of the artists are revealed, the unique price of 295 euros initially given to the artworks will be adjusted according to the laws of the art market.

During the first Print Party, we had proposed for the opening a series of Blind Dates with the artists. Today, in order to make the guessing a little easier, we have decided to reveal some of the names, but without saying the titles of the works they have made. Contact us now if you would like to know them.

More information in the forthcoming weeks