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Hubert Renard - solo show

10 December 2021 - 16 January 2022

HEAR - Haute école des arts du Rhin Mulhouse - Strasbourg

La Chaufferie, galerie de la HEAR
5 rue de la Manufacture des Tabacs — Strasbourg
+33 (0)3 69 06 37 77
Vendredi, samedi & dimanche de 14h à 18h
Vernissage le 9/12 à 18h30

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Christian Marclay Translating

20 November 2021 - 23 February 2022

Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo is pleased to present the first large-scale museum exhibition in Japan of the acclaimed artist Christian Marclay, whose innovative practice lies at the crossroads of art and music.

Christian Marclay (b. 1955) began experimenting with sound in performances using turntables during the late 1970s in New York, and has been an important figure in the avant-garde music scene ever since. Focusing on sound as visual information and on how music is represented, objectified and commodified in modern society, he is recognized as one of the most popular and influential artists who connect contemporary art with music. Marclay works in performance, collage, installation, photography, painting and video, often repurposing a wide range of found media including LP records, CDs, comics, movies, and photographs.

Christian Marclay Translating is the first large-scale solo exhibition of the artist's work in a Japanese museum and aims to introduce his diverse and eclectic practice to audiences. Sampling his oeuvre, it includes early works, influenced by conceptual art and punk music, large-scale installations built from samples of image and sound information, and more recent works that reflect upon the anxieties permeating our contemporary world.

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Non-Matter, Anti-Matter. Past Exhibitions as Digital Experiences

11 November 2021 - 16 January 2022

Tallinn Art Hall, Estonia

Digitality skews the linearity of time when a computer-generated simulation brings a past environment back to life.

If past exhibitions, that are spatial manifestations of thought processes, are resurrected digitally, history turns into a virtual experience. Chronologies could be reversed, reconstructed, and built anew in a computer-generated space. Meanwhile ephemera become withheld in time due to their digital conservation.

Two art institutions, ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe and Centre Pompidou, Paris have committed themselves, within the framework of the project Beyond Matter. Cultural Heritage on the Verge of Virtual Reality, to examining the possibility of exhibition revival through experiential methods of digital and spatial modelling based on the case studies of Les Immatériaux (Centre Pompidou, 1985), and Iconoclash (ZKM | Karlsruhe, 2002). The chosen exhibitions are landmark shows of the past decades. Les Immatériaux and Iconoclash are both complex thought experiments deployed through space. With the aim of exploring the impact of computer-based information and the shaping of digital realities in all fields of knowledge, they experimented with innovative forms of juxtapositions between scientific, technological, and artistic practices. What's more is that they propelled the possibility of the exhibition as a medium and an interface to a sharp level of reflection and creativity.

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Martha Wilson à Halifax 1972-1974

20 October 2021 - 31 January 2022

Musée National d'Art Moderne - Centre Pompidou, Paris

Martha Wilson is a unique personality in the history of American art, and one of the first artists to use her body to question social representations of women. Her pioneering work created in the early 1970s can be categorised as conceptual practices with a radical irony. Featuring more than forty works, the Centre Pompidou is the first French institution to dedicate a monographic exhibition to her.

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L'avant-dernière version de la réalité - solo show

9 October 2021 - 9 January 2022

BPS 22, Charleroi

L'avant-dernière version de la réalité is the first big museum exhibition in Belgium by the artistic duo comprising David Brognon and Stéphanie Rollin. Bringing together existing work with new creations produced exclusively for the BPS22, the exhibition is a perspective of their work over the past 15 years. It allows us to appreciate the uniqueness and consistency of their approach and their definitive conceptual world.

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Niform - Solo Show

8 October - 12 December 2021

MOMus, Museum of Contemporary Art, Thessaloniki, Greece

Samuel Bianchini's (2007-2020) interactive installation niform lends itself to multiple reflections. In a dark room, the spectator sees the projection of a blurry image, which becomes increasingly sharper as the viewer approaches it, but only for the shape of the spectator's body. When the spectator stands half a meter away from the image, what is revealed is a fragment of a group portrait of life-sized, reposing French riot policemen in full gear.

Contemporary spectators often feel bewildered by the continuous alternation of images that besiege them. The roles here are reversed: it is the spectator's own performativity, positioning and distance that define how much of the image becomes clear. Besides, niform stems from the word uniform, with the omission of the letter u, indicating that the audience is a crucial factor for the completion of the work. Interactive and participatory viewing are essential here: no one is able to see the whole picture alone. Likewise, if the viewer approaches close enough to see clearly, they will still miss the larger picture. The human forms, even when visible, appear suspended in a space lacking any perspective. The viewer is invited to examine the perception of the representation as an intrinsically elliptical process, in which immobility consolidates a restrictive point of view. Besides, can one, at any given moment, perceive much more from the fragment of reality surrounding him? niform asks the viewer to realize that the image becomes visible only thanks to their own position and stance. And even this may not be enough, since it is not the spectator the one selecting the image or the algorithm that regulates how the image is increasingly coming into focus.

Another aspect of niform's group portrayal of men serving with French law enforcement is that it serves as a reflection on power itself: invisible at first, but becoming discernible at close distance, it is just a limit beyond which one's vision is thwarted. But can real power be easily displayed, or is this a representation that will always tend to be elusive? Meanwhile, in yet another interesting reversal, it is the citizens inspecting the images of police officers. Bianchini, an experimental artist, theorist and researcher of new media, invites us to reflect on the rapidly evolving imaging technology, not as anodyne sensationalism, but as a matter of political thought, in which one investigates and challenges, immersed in a postmodern, 21st century platonic cave of shadows. niform allows us to ponder on the degree of freedom contemporary citizens have, at a time when the digital image-world appears omnipotent, suggesting, in a staged version of sousveillance*, that the police is not beyond observation or accountability, even in our bleak era of “total security”.

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18 September - 21 August 2021

La Maison des Arts, Schaarbeek

With works by Elodie ANTOINE, Stephan BALLEUX, Lucile BERTRAND, David BROGNON & Stéphanie ROLLIN, Jean-Marie BYTEBIER, Cristina GARRIDO, Ritsart GOBYN, Joke HANSEN, Jacqueline MESMAEKER, Marie ROSEN, Liesbeth VAN HEUWERSWIJN, Tatiana WOLSKA, Cindy WRIGHT & Sonia ABELOOS, Adolphe ASSELBERGHS, Constantin MEUNIER, Victor FONTAINE, Maurice LANGASKENS, Charles LEBON, Simone LIENARD, Jacques MADYOL, Irène MINNE, Oswald POREAU, Eugène VERBOECKHOVEN
Curator: Claire Leblanc

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Closer to Life: Drawings and Works on Paper in the Marieluise Hessel Collection

26 June - 17 October 2021

CCS Bard Galleries

With works by: Kai Althoff, Deborah Barrett, Georg Baselitz, Joseph Beuys, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Deborah Barrett, Cecily Brown, George Condo, William Copley, Carrol Dunham, Nicole Eisenman, General Idea, Robert Gober, Guerrilla Girls, Rachel Harrison, Jörg Immendorff, Rashid Johnson, Ray Johnson, Anselm Keifer, Martin Kippenberger, W. Imi Knoebel, Barbara Kruger, Robert Kushner, Maria Lassnig, Glenn Ligon, Robert Longo, Sol LeWitt, Paul McCarthy, Carlos Mérida, Dan Miller, Ulrike Müller, Matt Mullican, Gabriel Orozco, Raymond Pettibone, Sigmar Polke, Arnulf Rainer, Gerhard Richter, Allen Ruppersberg, Peter Saul, Thomas Schütte, Nancy Spero, Rosemarie Trockel, Germán Venegas, Danh Vo, Kara Walker, Lawrence Weiner, and Nahum B. Zenil.

Hessel Museum of Art
Bard College
NY 12504-5000

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The Clock

26 June 2021

Luma, ARles

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Structures of Radical Will

26 June - 24 August 2021

Fondation CAB, Brussels

With works by Béatrice Balcou, Marion Baruch, Stanley Brouwn, Andre Cadere, Kapwani Kiwanga, Sol LeWitt, François Morellet, robert morris, Yvonne Rainer

Curated by Beatrice Gross

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The Clock

25 June - 18 July 2021

Le Plaza, Geneva

The Fondation PLAZA and MAMCO, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Geneva, present The Clock, a hypnotic 24-hour video art installation by Swiss-American artist Christian Marclay. The film, which made its debut at the 2011 Venice Biennale, will be shown at Geneva's historic Plaza Cinema.


The event has been organized in association with Antigel.

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Sold Out After Crisis

24 June - 4 July 2021

Poush Manifesto, Clichy

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The Fountain Archives and Beyond

18 June 2021 - 30 January 2022

Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona

In 1917, a work entitled Fountain, consisting of an upturned urinal signed R. Mutt, was submitted to the first exhibition of the Society of Independent Artists of New York. Under this pseudonym, Marcel Duchamp tested the limits of the exhibition’s admission policy, supposedly open to any proposal and inspired by the motto of the Salon des Indépendants in Paris: ‘no jury, no prizes’. By selecting an ordinary object, a found object, Duchamp sought to destroy the notion of the singularity of the object of art. Fountain was rejected, just as Nu descendant un escalier (N°2) [Nude descending a staircase (No. 2)] had been rejected by the Salon des Indépendants in Paris in 1912. Duchamp then decided to orchestrate the Fountain’s presentation through a publication in The Blind Man, a magazine of which he was a co-founder. The original work disappeared and was never found again. Therefore, it is from a reproduction (a photograph by Alfred Stieglitz) accompanied by an anonymous commentary (‘The Richard Mutt Case’) that Fountain enters the history of art. Since then, Duchamp’s Fountain has generated countless comments and has become one of the most influential works of art of the twentieth century.

Saâdane Afif has turned the printed dissemination of Fountain into a monumental project. The Fountain Archives consists of three elements: the first, the ‘active’ part of the project, consists of the pages of publications, books, catalogues and magazines that reproduce a photograph of this iconic piece. The pages, taken from the collection of publications that the artist has been collecting since 2008, are torn out, framed and inventoried, creating a new readymade from one of the earliest and certainly the most iconic readymades in the history of art.

The second, the ‘passive’ part of the project, which Afif also calls the ‘mould’, is the library with the books from which the pages were taken. The shelves create an archive around Duchamp’s readymade, from which the common initiator has been removed: an archive without its object. This presentation of the library – complete for the first time in the installation at the Fundació Antoni Tàpies – by depriving the publications of their usual function, also gives it a sculptural character.

The third element, called Fountain Archives (Augmented), integrates the pages of publications with the comments generated over the years by Saâdane Afif’s work, illustrated with a reproduction of Fountain; the archive within the archive, in a kind of mise en abyme. These publications point to an evolution in the development and perception of The Fountain Archives as a work of art.

Appropriating inventory methodologies and playing with traditional museographic codes, Afif questions the production system, the status of the work of art, its reproducibility and the infinite field of its interpretations, as well as his formidable ability to produce narratives.

True to his way of doing things since 2004, Saâdane Afif has also commissioned several cultural producers to write lyrics based on Fountain for this project. A selection of these songs is part of the exhibition.

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Guerrilla Girls. Portfolio Compleat

18 June - 24 October 2021

Centro de Creación Contemporánea de Andalucía, Córdoba

"Do women have to be naked to get into the Met. Museum?"

The Guerrilla Girls emerged in New York in 1985 as an anonymous artists' collective dedicated to feminist activism. Known for using gorilla masks to cover their faces, the group's members take on the names of deceased women artists like Frida Kahlo, Eva Hesse, Paula Modersohn-Becker, Käthe Kollwitz, Gertrude Stein and Georgia O'Keeffe, thereby concealing their true identities from the world and promoting the achievements of those women.

In its more than 35 years of existence, the collective has produced countless posters, books, stickers, drawing projects, graphic publications and magazines about sexism and discrimination against women in the visual arts, film and culture in general. Portfolio Compleat includes this entire repertoire, where they appropriate the visual language of advertising and marketing to communicate their messages in a clear, direct way.

Curator: Yolanda Torrubia.


Paris Gallery Weekend

3 - 6 June 2021

Exceptional opening on Sunday, June 6th from 12pm to 6 pm.

Paris Gallery Weekend takes place in about 125 galleries the 3, 4, 5, 6 June 2021.
Free and open to all from 11am to 6pm! Access to the galleries will be in accordance with health regulations.

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Face à Arcimboldo

29 May - 22 November 2021

Centre Pompidou Metz

With works by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, Ulisse Aldrovandi, Francis Bacon, Enrico Baj, Hans Bellmer, Lynda Benglis, Cezary Bodzianowski, Alighiero Boetti, Denis Boutemie, René Boyvin, Giovanni Battista Bracelli, Kerstin Brätsch, Victor Brauner, Glenn Brown, Cadavres exquis [Yves Tanguy, André Masson] [Yves Tanguy, Marcel Duhamel, Max Morise, André Breton] [Koo Jeong A, Ian Cheng, Philippe Parreno] [Marlene Dumas, Virgil Abloh, Rem Koolhaas] [Alex Israel, Norman M. Klein, Henry Taylor] [Paul McCarthy, Luchita Hurtado, Patrick Staff] [Tobias Rehberger, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Mathias Augustyniak] [Peter Saville, Liam Gillick, Philippe Parreno] [Yu Hong, Liu Xiaodong, Liu Wa], Miriam Cahn, Fernando et Humberto Campana, Maurizio Cattelan, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Giorgio de Chirico, Gregorio Comanini, Gustave Courbet, Roberto Cuoghi, David Czupryn, Daft Punk, Salvador Dalí, Otto Dix, Enrico Donati, Marcel Duchamp, Albrecht Du?rer, Carl August Ehrensvärd, James Ensor, Max Ernst, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Lavinia Fontana, Llyn Foulkes, Daniel Fröschl, Giambologna, Gilbert & George, Felix Gonzàlez-Torres, Grandville, Francesco Guardi, Cornelis Norbertus Gysbrechts, Heide Hatry, Robert Heinecken, Hannah Höch, Pierre Huyghe, Rashid Johnson, Christoph Jamnitzer, Ewa Juszkiewicz, Tetsumi Kudo, Claude Lalanne, Nicolas II de Larmessin, Zoe Leonard, Roy Lichtenstein, Giovan Paolo Lomazzo, Ghérasim Luca, Maître du Bacchus, Maître lombard du Custode dell’orto, Maître strasbourgeois des Quatre Saisons, Maître de la Tête de satyre (Paolo Giovio), René Magritte, Man Ray, Alberto Martini, Matthäus Merian, Mario Merz, Marisa Merz, Annette Messager, Tomio Miki, Patrick Neu, M/M (Paris), Tim Noble & Sue Webster, Luigi Ontani, Meret Oppenheim, Bernard Palissy, Peintre d’Herculanum, Peintre du Plafond au bestiaire, Peintre de Pompéi, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso, Louis Poyet, Markus Raetz, André Raffray, Antonio Rasio, Auguste Rodin, Medardo Rosso, Ed Ruscha, Niki de Saint Phalle, Chéri Samba, Alberto Savinio, Iris Schieferstein, Arnold Schönberg, Cindy Sherman, Penny Slinger, Il Sodoma, Daniel Spoerri, Cally Spooner, Jacopo Strada, Jan Švankmajer, Alina Szapocznikow, Wolfgang Tillmans, Jean Tinguely, Toyen, Rosemarie Trockel, Francesco Zucchi.

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Journiac / Wilson / Levine / Sherman / Prince / Lawler

22 May - 31 December 2021

Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection, Paris

In 1977, critic Douglas Crimp coined the term the "Picture Generation", which encompasses figures like Cindy Sherman, Louise Lawler, Richard Prince and Sherrie Levine. In their work, the photographic image is no longer merely a result but a stage in a critical process involving actions like appropriation, staging, reframing and quotation. For Martha Wilson, a leading figure of feminist art in the United States, and for French artist Michel Journiac, photography became a weapon in the struggle against the stereotypes that it had helped establish in other contexts. In the form of photographic installations rather than autonomous images, these works are a kind of experiment, allowing the spectator to investigate different interpretations of the images. Michel Journiac, Louise Lawler, Richard Prince, Sherrie Levine, Cindy Sherman and Martha Wilson move away from the use of photography as a simple record of reality. For them, the photographic image is no longer just a form of evidence or proof of reality. Freed from its shackles, it can now be used to create forms of fiction, challenging notions of identity, and raising new questions about art, gender and identity.

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1988, ?uvres de la Collection Lambert

19 May - 5 September 2021

Collection Lambert, Avignon

With works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Jean-Charles Blais, Jonathan Borofsky, Robert Combas, Federico Guzmán, Louis Jammes, On Kawara, Anselm Kiefer, Joseph Kosuth, Louise Lawler, Loïc Le Groumellec, Sol LeWitt, Kay Rosen

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We Change the World

7 May - 19 September 2021

The National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

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Yona Friedman, The Mobile Exhibition

10 April - 12 December 2021

FRAC Grand Large - Hauts-de-France, Dunkerque

Curators: Sylvie Boulanger, Keren Detton, Lucy Hofbauer

The architecture of survival provides food for thought to Yona Friedman on our fundamental needs in an ecosystem subjected to the rarefaction of resources. Born in 1923 in Hungary, he had started studying architecture in Budapest when WWII erupted. As a refugee in Romania, he lived in camps for the displaced before finally settling in Israel where he lived in a kibbutz and returned to architecture. It was in these conditions that he developed his original approach to habitat based on user experiences. In 1957, he founded the Mobile Architecture Study Group (Groupe d’Étude d’Architecture Mobile – GEAM) and promoted the use of flexible structures made of prefabricated elements. His ideas caught the attention of leading figures including Le Corbusier and Jean Prouvé, who invited him to move to France. From then on he relentlessly transmitted his ideas throughout the most renowned universities in both Europe and the United States and wrote profusely, publishing over 500 articles and books. 

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Nourrir le corps nourrit l'esprit.

3 April - 20 June 2021

CAC Meymac

Curator: Jean-Paul Blanchet

With works by: Pilar Albarracìn, Aranthell, Damien Berthier, Liu Bolin, Louise Bossut, Nicolas Boulard, Mireille Blanc, Thomas Broomé, Patrice Carré, Jeanne Chopy & Robin Tornambe, Claude Closky, Clément Collet-Billon, Claire Dantzer, Denis Darzacq, Arnaud Dezoteux, Sandra Foltz, Ana González Sola, Elsa Guillaume, Joseph Grigely, Marie Hamel, Hesse Romier, Clémence Joly, Jan Kopp, Enora Lalet, Joachim Lapôtre, Marc Lathuillière, Thomas Lévy-Lasne , Pablo Lobato, Charlie Malgat, Aurélie Mathigot, Chloé Mazlo & Bérengère Henin, Mathieu Mercier, Yao Metsoko, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Rostand Pokam, Pôle-Fromage, Babeth Rambault, Olivier Richon, Gregg Segal Photography, Fabien Souche, Stéphane Soulié, Jeanne Susplugas.

Abbaye St André
Centre d’art contemporain
Place du Bûcher
19250 Meymac
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Picture: Nicolas Boulard, Golden Cheese Camembert, 2017

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Memory of Defense: Physical and Mental Architectures

26 March - 26 September 2021

Fundació Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern, Palma (ES)

Fundació Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern, Palma (ES)

With works by Lida Abdul, Marwa Arsanios, Roy Dib, Mounir Fatmi, E. García, Jorge García, Juan Genovés, Leo Gestel, Patricia Gómez & Mª Jesús González, Petrit Halilaj, Peter Halley, Mestre de la conquesta de Mallorca, Muntadas, M. Muntaner, Daniela Ortiz, Tommaso Realfonso, José Vila Coll, Wolf Vostell, Kemang Wa Lehulere.

Fundació Es Baluard Museu d'Art Modern i Contemporani de Palma
Plac?a de la Porta de Santa Catalina, 10 - 07012 Palma


The Empty City - Solo Show

19 March - 5 September 2021

Museo Bellas Artes de Bilbao

"The projects by Antoni Muntadas (Barcelona, 1942) include multimedia installations, photographs, publications, performances and urban interventions, and they represent one of the most important contributions to international conceptual art practices. The artist is also a touchstone in the use of video and the new technologies in Spanish art from the early 1970s. His oeuvre addresses topics related to politics, social issues and communication, always with one foot in anthropology, sociology and cultural history.

In The Empty City, Bilbao and its current urban plan, as well as its historical context, are the point of departure for a broader inquiry into public space and architecture. Curated by Guadalupe Echevarria, the outcome is a project comprised of several components, as is common in Muntadas' works. "

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Bob Calle - Prix du livre d'artiste

18 March 2021

Ludovic Chemarin© and Nicolas Giraud nominated for the Prix Bob Calle du livre d'artiste 2020 with Indefinite Expansion and Kentia.

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Michèle Didier, interview with Stéphanie Pioda

4 March 2021

La Gazette Drouot, March 2021

Michèle Didier, le livre comme œuvre d'art

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Deep In The Wood

19 February - 28 November 2021

CAC Chateauvert

Solo Show - Pierre Beloüin Deep In The Wood
Extended until November 28th, 2022

Guests : Ludovic Chemarin©, Cocktail Designers, Nurse With Wound, Charles Vourrial, Chicaloyoh, Hifiklub, Florie Laroche, Lune Apache

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Nouvel accrochage des collections contemporaines

18 February - 30 September 2021

Musée des Beaux Arts de Caen (FR)



22 November 2020 - 2 January 2022

Frac des Pays de la Loire

To mark the reopening of the Frac site in Carquefou after having been closed for over a year for major work on its collections, the Frac des Pays de la Loire French Regional Collection of Contemporary Art is hosting an exhibition project by artist Claude Closky, entitled X.

"When Laurence Gateau invited me to create an exhibition based on the Frac des Pays de la Loire collection, I designed a project revolving around temporal rhythms, using works from the collection, which I supplemented with pieces loaned from other artists, some of whom are already featured in the Frac and others who are not. What all of these works have in common is the fact that they look at the course of everyday life, the effect of time on work, or that they adopt a specific timeline in their modes of display. The viewing systems implemented throughout the exhibition, from November to June, will give visitors the chance to explore two forms of temporal pace in the work: the portrayal of the passage of time and the time required to accomplish the artistic act. The installation layout of the works will itself be conditioned by the length of the exhibition, thus allowing each work to have its own rhythm. The sequential parts of a series or individual components of a work will always be presented separately: one a day, one a week, one a month, and so on. This method of displaying each element in turn will highlight the actual duration of the time spent working. And in this staggered arrangement, each piece will carry the same value as the ensemble. This approach seeks to shed light on how the works are streamed over time rather than their spatial occupation, focusing attention on the actual moment of experience as much as on its occurrence. It gives the installation layout a performative dimension. In addition, the exhibition will present original works, editions and reproductions of works in equal measure. This equilibrium is a way of setting time before space, and also of relegating to the background an object's tangible expression and rarity. The title X ("multiplication" and "choice") gives shape to the spatial aspect of the exhibition display."

Claude Closky

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La vie dans l'espace

12 September 2020 - 2 January 2022

MRAC Sérignan

With works by Eduardo Arroyo, Marion Baruch, Stéphane Calais, René Caussanel, Nicolas Chardon, Nina Childress, Cocktail Designers, Isabelle Cornaro, Robert Crumb, Sophie Crumb, Dado, Raymond Depardon, Patrick Des Gachons, Daniel Dezeuze, Hervé Di Rosa, Erik Dietman, Dubois & Sanaoui, Mimosa Echard, Gudmundur Gudmundsson Erró, Roland Flexner, Joan Fontcuberta Villa, Helgi Fridjonsson, Gérard Fromanger, Carsten Höller, Michael Just, Frédéric Khodja, Renée Levi, Didier Marcel, Allan McCollum, Jean Messagier, Piet Moget, Vera Molnar, Nicolas Momein, François Morellet, Olivier Mosset, Matt Mullican, Aurelie Nemours, Gérald Panighi, Maud Peauït, Bruno Peinado, Stéphane Pencréac’h, Guillaume Pinard, Alain Séchas, Lucy Skaer, Matias Spescha, Lucie Stahl, Peter Stämpfli, Jessica Stockholder, Jeanne Susplugas, Claire Tenu, Roland Topor, Niels Trannois, Sarah Tritz, Tatiana Trouvé, James Turrell, Emmanuel Van Der Meulen, Claude Viallat, Jessica Warboys, Fischli Peter & Weiss David, Tursic Ida & Mille Wilfried, Jacob El Hanani

Curator Jill Gasparina

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Mel Bochner x Lab'Bel

9 September 2020 - 31 October 2021

La Vache qui Rit

Mel Bochner was invited to create the seventh Collector Box for "La Vache qui rit" after Hans- Peter Feldmann, Thomas Bayrle, Jonathan Monk, Wim Delvoye, Karin Sander and Daniel Buren.

LabBel is a laboratory of ideas and innovation that aims to support and contribute to the development of contemporary artistic creation.

Reflecting the values upheld by the Bel Group and its host company Unibel, under whose initiative LabBel was created in the spring of 2010.The laboratory's activities consist of two main poles: the development of a contemporary art collection and the production of exhibitions and artistic events both in France and abroad.

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1 July 2020 - 1 July 2021

Sammlung Hoffmann, Berlin

Each July, the selection of works is being rearranged, according to a different key word. While some pieces simply move to new positions within the space, most return to storage. Works from the depot are frequently hung next to recent acquisitions. In this, Erika Hoffmann creates new relationships in unexpected contexts and sets out to recognize unexpected meaning between works of distinct generations and mediums.

Sammlung Hoffmann
Sophienstraße 21
2. Hof, Aufgang C
10178 Berlin, Germany

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