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Philippe Parreno

8 July - 1 December 2024

Pola Museum Of Art, Japan

Philippe Parreno is a prominent figure in French contemporary art and one of the most significant artists working today. He employs a wide range of media including film, sound, sculpture, objects, text and drawing, while maintaining a consistent focus on boundaries between reality, the fictional, and the hypothetical. He also interrogates concepts of art and authorship, collaborating with numerous artists, architects and musicians.

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Philippe Parreno, My Room Is Another Fish Bowl, 2022. Photo © Andrea Rossetti.

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Gewalt : Devenir des résistances à la violence institutionnelle

25 May - 9 June 2024

Institut français de Tokyo

Jean-Baptiste Farkas, Obéir, collection phase.

From May 25 to June 9, at the Institut français de Tokyo, the exhibition Gewalt: Devenir des résistances à la violence institutionnelle aims to question the political and social function of art as a phenomenon of resistance. It also looks at the role of art in contemporary social movements and revolutionary struggles.

On this occasion, Jean-Baptiste Farkas presents an activation of the Obéir service. To activate this service, participants are asked to anonymously share experiences of obedience that have made them angry or uncomfortable. They are invited to describe these regrettable acts freely and without restraint. Brief descriptions should be sent to an address* in Tokyo. The aim of this activation is to raise public awareness of the different forms of obedience, which we know often hurts us. The documents collected will be displayed during the exhibition and destroyed at the end.

* Institut français de Tokyo – 15 Ichigaya-funagawara-machi, Shinjuku-ku, Tōkyō 162-8415 Pôle artistique

Curator: Alexandre Taalba

More information HERE

This exhibition is supported by Arts Council Tokyo, Nomura Foundation and The Asahi Shimbun Foundation.

Graphic design : Nakashima Rika


John Miller

17 May 2024

Videoart at midnight, Berlin

In his extensive and multi-layered oeuvre, John Miller repeatedly counteracts the longings of Western consumer society. With his eclectic approach and his skeptical as well as ironic artistic strategy, he explores the autonomy of the work of art while examining the myth of artistic genius. The result is an intelligent and humorous commentary on identity, economy, culture and socio-political issues constantly questioning established values.

John Miller's program for Videoart at Midnight will feature Tracking (2023), a filmic essay about tracking in various forms, which include hunting, surveillance, and cinema. It juxtaposes these with dream narratives. Augmenting Tracking will be Miller's mannequin videos as well as collaborations with Richard Hoeck and Takuji Kogo.

Date: Friday, May 17, 2024, midnight

Place: BABYLON, big cinema hall, Rosa-Luxemburg-Str. 30, Berlin

Admission free

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John Miller The Trip, 2019 (film still)


Kamera N°9, Peter Downbrough

17 - 21 May 2024

Labor Neunzehn, Berlin

Kamera N°9 - Peter Downbrough

Peter Downbrough will be presenting a series of video works, details of which can be found in the link below.

From Friday 17 to Tuesday June 21, 2024 (Sunday closed), 2-6 pm

Where: Labor Neunzehn, Kiefholzst. 19/20 – 12435 Berlin

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© Peter Downsbrough, A Place to Be, 26:46 min, b/w, sound, u-matic, 1977 – Courtesy of argos centre for audiovisual arts


  • Philippe Thomas

Conference : PHILIPPE THOMAS : recontextualiser.

15 May 2024

Bibliothèque Kandinsky, Centre Pompidou, Paris

To coincide with the presentation of Philippe Thomas's work in the contemporary collections of the Musée national d'art moderne (November 23, 2023 - spring 2024, level 4, rooms 21, 21bis and 22), the Bibliothèque Kandinsky is devoting an evening to current research on the artist.

This conference will take place on May 15, 2024, from 6.30 pm to 8.30 pm.

In the reading room of the Bibliothèque Kandinsky.

Free admission, booking essential.

With contributions of Bernard Blistène, Patricia Falguières, Élisabeth Lebovici et Clément Raveu.

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With the support of Estate Philippe Thomas, Claire Burrus and Jan Mot.


michèle didier devoted an exhibition to the work of Philippe Thomas in 2014, Philippe Thomas: AB (1978-1980), curated by Émeline Jaret.

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Les ready-made appartiennent à tout le monde®, La Pétition de principe, 1988, black and white photograph, pedestal table, palm tree, card holder, business cards, pen, guest book, label, dimensions variable, Centre Pompidou, Musée national d'art moderne, dation, 2019, inv.: AM 2019-904. Photo: Daphné Charitos


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Museum Without Borders Art–Design / Dunkerque-Krefeld

28 April - 8 September 2024

Kunstmuseen Krefeld

Art, design, and industry come together in both Krefeld and Dunkirk on the French North Sea coast, which will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of their town twinning in 2024. They are also the focus of the Kunstmuseen Krefeld and the FRAC Grand Large – Hauts-de-France, one of the Fonds régional d'art contemporain, which has been collecting contemporary art since 1982 and showing it in various locations in the region. In an exchange of collections, a selection of key works of international contemporary art and design from the FRAC collection will “move in” to the former residential buildings Haus Lange Haus Esters. Offsite projects in the urban space of Krefeld and in schools complement the exhibition and create surprising scenographies and participatory situations. The international dialog brings the former residential buildings designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe to life and highlights the importance of the dialog between the disciplines of art and design both inside and outside the museum. An exhibition of works from the collection of the Kunstmuseen Krefeld in Dunkirk will be presented at the Frac Grand Large in 2025.

With: Stéphane Calais, Latifa Echakch, Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, Philippe Parreno, Hella Jongerius, Studio Formafantasma, Rirkrit Tiravanija and many more.

Kunstmuseen Krefeld presents, among other works, Saâdane Afif's L'André, 2008 - 2011, a racing bike repainted in André Cadere's colors

Museum Without Borders is a collaboration and collection exchange between the Kunstmuseen Krefeld and the FRAC Grand Large – Hauts-de-France in Dunkirk.

Curator: Katia Baudin (Director of Kunstmuseen Krefeld)

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Haus Lange, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe © Photo : Dirk Rose, Kunstmuseen Krefeld


Drawing Now Art Fair

21 - 24 March 2024

Carreau du Temple

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Pierre Huyghe. Liminal

17 March - 24 November 2024

Punta della Dogana/Pinault Collection

Liminal, an exhibition created by Pierre Huyghe in close collaboration with curator Anne Stenne, presents major new creations alongside works from the last ten years, particularly from the Pinault Collection.

Pierre Huyghe has since long questioned the relation between the human and the non-human, and conceives his works as speculative fictions from which emerge other modalities of world. Fictions, to him, are “vehicles for accessing the possible or the impossible—what could be or could not be.”

Pierre Huyghe transforms Punta della Dogana into a dynamic, sensitive milieu perpetually evolving. The exhibition is a transitory state inhabited by human and non-human creatures and becomes the site of formation of subjectivities that are constantly learning, changing, and hybridizing. Their memories are expanding with information captured from events, both perceptible and imperceptible, that permeate the exhibition.

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UUmwelt, 2018 © Pierre Huyghe - Kamitani Lab / Kyoto University and ATR. Courtesy the artist, Marian Goodman Gallery, Esther Schipper, Hauser & Wirth, Galerie Chantal Crousel, Taro Nasu

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Script Girls

9 March - 26 May 2024

Musée Champollion - Les Écritures du Monde, Figeac

Annette Messager, Jenny Holzer and the Guerilla Girls are currently on show in an exhibition entitled Script Girls at the Musée Champollion in Figeac, which is dedicated to the writing of the world.

In a male-dominated society where women's voices have long been confined to the domestic sphere, writing has emerged as a means of transgression and a vehicle for emancipation.

Language is not neutral; it is a means of self-assertion. Writing is thus an important element in the fight for women's rights. The use of the written word in art by women artists is therefore not insignificant, and reflects a number of issues and struggles that go well beyond feminism.

Through the works of 23 artists of different nationalities, including Annette Messager, Sophie Calle, Jenny Holzer, Nil Yalter, Vera Molnar and the Guerilla Girls, the Script Girls exhibition examines the act of writing in the contemporary work of women artists from the 1970s to the present day.

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Agnès Thurnauer, Life-size portrait. Annie Warhol, 2007, (C) ADAGP, Paris, [2024] Photo (C) Centre Pompidou, MNAM-CCI, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Bertrand Prévost

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Between Sculpture and Poetry

9 March - 30 June 2024

Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art

Carl Andre (1935 – 2024) is one of the best-known sculptors of the Minimal Art movement, which emerged chiefly in the United States in the late 1960s. Between Sculpture and Poetry is Andre's first solo exhibition in a Japanese museum. It makes full of use of its spacious venue to showcase Andre's well-known sculptures made of blocks of wood, plates of metal, and slabs of stone processed to the same size and shape and placed in regular arrangements directly on the floor. In light of the way they act on the space in which they are installed, the artist describes these works using the term “sculpture as place.”

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Play Opposite or Ubu Roi Disseminated

15 February 2024

Main Square of Graz, Austria

On 15.02.2024 at 5 pm on the Main Square of Graz, Austria

As part of Ridiculously Yours! Art, Awkwardness and Enthusiasm at Neue Galerie Graz, Saâdane Afif presents the performance Play Opposite or Ubu Roi Disseminated, 2023 on the Main Square of Graz.

Ubu Roi is the first play in a trilogy of burlesque satires in which Alfred Jarry articulates a fierce critique of the power, authority and greed of the bourgeoisie. With their childlike madness and humour, Jarry's plays contradicted the social and cultural conventions of the time and opened the floodgates for the avant-garde aesthetics of the 20th century. A work of revolutionary power, Ubu Roi is considered by many in particular to be a precursor of Dadaism, Surrealism and a master of the absurd.

Curators: Jörg Heiser and Cristina Ricupero

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The Ties That Bind

9 February - 19 May 2024

M HKA, Museum of Contemporary Art Antwerp

The M HKA presents a major solo exhibition featuring one of the most influential artists in the United States: Jim Shaw. His idiosyncratic imagery is infused with references from popular American culture. In recent decades, his body of work has increasingly highlighted the growing tension between conservative and progressive ideologies. The Ties That Bind brings to light the core motifs of Shaw's practice, presenting his latest work alongside a selection of earlier works.

Since the late 1970s, Jim Shaw has been developing a complex and exciting body of work that includes photographs, drawings, paintings, sculptures, installations, films, and musical performances. Popular cultural formats such as comics, Hollywood films and caricatures constitute an essential part of his work, as do religion, folk beliefs, leisure culture and amateur arts. His profound critical exploration of the construction of values and beliefs is complemented by an incredibly rich visual imagery. 

Curator: Anne-Claire Schmitz

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Discover the Dream Object Book, produced and published by michèle didier in 2011.

Since the 1990s, Jim Shaw has been drawing the object of his nighttime dreams in the Dream Drawings series that eventually led to the creation of works entitled Dreams Objects. Heterogeneous, this series is a stylistic echo to the work of other artists, as well as to different pieces of furniture, or various objects.

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24 January 2024

We are very sad to hear of Carl Andre's death, the Minimalist major artist.
He will remain in our memories.

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Talks & events at Tate Modern

23 - 28 January 2024

The Guerrilla Girls will be at the Tate Modern for talks and events during the period of January 23 to 28, 2024.

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"... Less is more... - 40 years of minimal art at Frac Sud"

20 January - 1 September 2024

Bonisson Art Center

As part of its “Hors-les-murs” activities, the Frac Sud – Cité de l'art contemporain and the Bonisson Art Center are organizing the exhibition …Less is more…

The Frac Sud – Cité de l'art contemporain's missions are to support contemporary creation, transmission and mediation for real access to contemporary art for all. Created 40 years ago, it runs a dual program in situ and in the region, intending to offer all audiences the opportunity to discover contemporary art. With more than 1,400 works with more than 650 artists represented, the Frac Sud – Cité de l'art contemporain has remained attentive through its acquisitions to the plurality of forms of artistic research.

The Bonisson Art Center wishes to intervene in the highlighting of works, but also in the development of the artists' careers. It sets itself 3 priority missions: support for contemporary creation, the dissemination of contemporary art in its territory, training of audiences.

This exhibition brings together renowned artists and others who have more recently appeared on the contemporary art circuit. Works by regional, national and international artists intersect, highlighting different mediums such as drawing, painting, photography, sculpture and even installation.

Frac Sud presents, among others, the work of Saâdane Afif Black - 50% grey - White, 2003, a series of 3 monochrome serigraphs.

Exhibition curator: Christian Le Dorze (Director of Bonisson Art Center).

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Visual: Seulgi LEE, U: La parole aux lèvres salivées = mensonge, 2017 © Adagp, Paris, courtesy of the artist and Galerie Jousse Entreprise


Kay Rosen with Terry R. Myers

15 - 31 January 2024

The Brooklyn Rail

Kay Rosen and I have been in conversation for more than thirty years, beginning soon after I first saw her work at Feature Inc. in New York at the end of the 1980s. Our connection ever since has been built around both art and life, and not only because I was born in Indiana in 1965 just a few years before Kay—a native of Corpus Christi, Texas—moved to the Hoosier State to live and work. 1965 also happens to be the year she received her BA in Linguistics, Spanish, and French from Newcomb College of Tulane University. In 1968 she moved north to attend graduate school at Northwestern University to study Linguistics and Spanish. Kay's subsequent decision to move away from linguistics to language-based art making opened the doors to what has become a more than fifty-year career of breaking or tweaking the rules of language, exponentially expanding its territory and meaning and the visual forms that give it shape.

Twenty-five years ago, Connie Butler and I organized Kay's first museum survey, lifeli[k]e, at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. Now, as Kay's first survey in a European museum has recently opened, we have added the following exchange to Kay's brilliant legend.

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Kay Rosen, Sheep In Wolf's Clothing, 1987/2023. Wall painting, dimensions variable.

Installation view: Kay Rosen: Now and Then, Weserburg Museum for Modern Art, Bremen, Germany, 2023. Photo: Tobias Hübel.

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LE PHARE, 2022-2024

12 January - 31 July 2024

Mucem, fort Saint-Jean - Tour du Fanal

From 12 January 2024, a luminous gaze will rise up into the sky from Fort Saint-Jean.

Artist duo Brognon Rollin will transform the Fanal tower into a poetic lighthouse, through which they will send a message from Pone to the people of Marseille.

Pone, the iconic beatmaker from the Fonky Family, has been suffering from Charcot's disease since 2015 and is fitted with a computerised ocular calibration technique. With his eyes, he can surf the internet alone and communicate with his friends and family, while the disease paralyses him and deprives him of his voice.

In conversation with him, David Brognon and Stéphanie Rollin captured and archived the movement of his pupils. This digital recording is connected to the Fanal tower. The ancient lighthouse has been brought back to life, faithfully reproducing the movement of Pone's pupils.

Until July, at nightfall or in the early hours of the morning, an extract of their visual conversation will light up the sky and the earth intermittently, a series of silent epiphanies on the scale of the city of Marseille.


Hélia Paukner, curator in charge of the Contemporary Art Department, Mucem
Justine Bohbote, curator in charge of the Sport and Health Departement, Mucem

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Brognon Rollin, Le Phare, 2022-2024 (simulation) © Mucem / Brognon Rollin / Julie Cohen


8 January 2024

Paul-Armand Guette died at the age of 96.

The gallery's production of Cinématographies, 2017, among others, bears witness to an attempt to classify a body of photographs, the result of meticulous collecting and archiving after observation. His interest in nature, fuelled by his passion for entomology, has shaped his artistic eye, scrutinising natural details as well as their structure and organisation.

Goodbye Paul-Armand.

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LACAN, THE EXHIBITION. When Art Meets Psychoanalysis

31 December 2023 - 27 May 2024

Centre Pompidou-Metz

The ideas of Jacques Lacan are, alongside the work of Roland Barthes, Michel Foucault, Jacques Derrida and Gilles Deleuze, essential for understanding our modernity. While homages and exhibitions have already been dedicated to these intellectual figures, the thought of Lacan has not been dealt with in museums to date, even though he was strongly attached to works of art.

The Centre Pompidou-Metz presents: Lacan, the exhibition. When Art Meets Psychoanalysis, the first exhibition devoted to Jacques Lacan, curated Marie-Laure Bernadac and Bernard Marcadé, art historians, in association with Gérard Wajcman and Paz Corona, psychoanalysts. More than 40 years after the death of the great psychoanalyst, it was natural to envisage an exhibition linked to Lacan's special relationship with art. By resonating with the objects of art he himself indexed or collected, the tributes paid to him by artists, and modern and contemporary works, all can echo the conceptual articulations of his thought.

michèle didier is honoured to see there works by Saâdane Afif; Suzy Lake, Miss Chatelaine, 1973; Annette Messager, Ma collection de proverbes, 1974-2012 and Martha Wilson, Mona/Marcel/Marge, 2014, with whom the gallery works.

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René Magritte, The False Mirror, 1928, oil on canvas, 54 x 80.9 cm
©️ Adagp, Paris, 2023 / Photo ©️ Digital image, The Museum of Modern Art, New York/Scala, Florence


Muntadas La Construction de la peur / Media Architecture Projects

13 December 2023

Centre Pompidou, Paris

Since the 1970s, Muntadas has continued to question the forms and places of power, architectural codes and stereotypes forged by the media, using videos, posters, installations, photographs, publications, objects, newspaper inserts,...

 In 1994, he was one of the first artists to produce an Internet project on the issue of censorship, The File Room. His thinking and artistic practice are based on investigation and questioning. His approach and attitude are often similar to those of sociologists and anthropologists. His projects (a term he prefers to that of work) are artefacts to be activated.

The artist's presentation of the series La Construction de la peur (in particular the videos On Translation Fear/Miedo and Alphaville e outros 2011), which he began in 2005 and whose critical dimension is highly topical, will be followed by the launch of Muntadas Media Architecture Projects, the latest title from anarchive, with Anne-Marie Duguet as editorial director. This web project, accompanied by a book to be published in 2024, examines five series of projects carried out by Muntadas since 1999, when the first title in the collection, Muntadas Media Architecture Installations, was published by Editions du Centre Pompidou. Each series, On Translation, La Construction de la Peur, About Academia, Asian Protocols and Strategies of Displacement, brings together a number of works that are examined essentially on several levels of the invisible: the emergence of the concept, the process of research and production, and contextual resonance.

Screening and meeting, 13 December 2023, 7-9pm, cinema 2, level -1

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Antoni Muntadas: Fear, Panic, Terror, 2010

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Thierry de Duve in conversation with Saâdane Afif

23 November 2023


Thierry de Duve in conversation with Saâdane Afif (in French), about his latest book, Duchamp's Telegram, From Beaux-Arts to Art-in-General.

November 23, 2023, at 7 pm. Wiels Auditorium.

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23 November 2023 - 3 February 2024

Transfo-Emmaüs Solidarité

Bagageries solidaires are facilities where homeless people can leave and secure their personal belongings. Free of charge, they aim to provide material and psychological assistance, protecting sleeping bags, clothes, documents and souvenirs from loss, damage or theft.

At the crossroads of art and solidarity, Transfo, a cultural space set up in an emergency accommodation centre in Paris's 10th arrondissement, invites visual artist Annette Messager to open our eyes to these "personal belongings", illuminated by images by photographer Nicolas Krief and a report by journalist Isabelle Rey-Lefebvre.

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Affaires personnelles, Transfo-Emmaüs Solidarité, from November 23, 2023 to February 3, 2024

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18 November 2023 - 31 March 2024

Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst

The Weserburg Museum für moderne Kunst is presenting the first institutional solo exhibition of Kay Rosen in Europe. Ever since the 1970s, the American artist (*1943 in Corpus Christi, Texas; lives in New York City and Gary, Indiana) has been using language as artistic material. She is internationally known above all for wall works which render individual words, sentences or series of letters, often in massive dimensions. Coming together here in an impressive manner are minimalist form, aesthetic impact and intelligent contents.

The exhibition in Bremen brings together around 40 works, including several large-format wall works, paintings, drawings, prints and videos. To be seen in addition to exemplary major works is also a new, six-part language picture that was especially developed for the spaces of the museum.

Curator of the exhibition: Ingo Clauß

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A conversation about : Aging

26 October 2023

Frac Sud Cité d'Art Contemporain, Marseille

A conversation between Martha Wilson and Arlène Berceliot Courtin

On the occasion of Martha Wilson's first major exhibition in France, independent curator Arlène Berceliot Courtin will be talking to the North American artist and performer about her career, from her arrival in New York in the early 1970s to the end of Donald Trump's presidency.

Joliette Biennial - Free admission: Thursday October 26, 2023 from 6.30pm to 8pm

Frac Sud - Cité de l'art contemporain

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Interview 7

25 October 2023


To coincide with the "Extremely small particles" exhibition on Art Action, to be held at the Bains du Nord in autumn 2024, FRAC Bourgogne is organising a series of prefiguration events. Two meetings have been organised as part of this programme:

October 24: the meeting with Martha Wilson provided an opportunity to discover the work of this artist, whose work focuses on questions of self-presentation and the representation of the feminine in contemporary society.

October 25: Suzy Lake works in a variety of media: painting, photography and video... As an activist, she is deeply committed to feminism and civil rights. The meeting was an opportunity to discuss these topical issues with her. Suzy Lake's work entered the FRAC Bourgogne collection in 2022.

Le frac Bourgogne - Meetings with Martha Wilson and Suzy Lake - at the Cuisines Ducales, Palais des États des Ducs de Bourgogne - 1, rue Rameau Dijon

To find out more about the conversation we had with Suzy Lake when she was in Paris, visit our Instagram page now.

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19 October 2023 - 7 April 2024

Museum Brandhorst

The exhibition “This Is Me, This Is You” provides a first-time ever look at this collection of internationally significant photographs, that has grown over four decades. Since the beginning of her passion for collecting in the late 1980s, Eva Felten has focused in particular on the depiction of people—a focus that she has consistently continued in recent years, and which makes the collection unique in this form. What unites the photographs is a sensitive view of the individual, of different ways of life, political attitudes, and inner conflicts, revealing a diverse panorama of images in the overall show.

Exhibition curator: Dr. Monika Bayer-Wermuth


Suzy Lake's work, On Stage, is part of Eva Felten's collection and will be exhibited as part of this exhibition.


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Collector's Box N°10 La Vache qui rit®

17 October 2023

In 2014, Lab'Bel, the Bel Group's Artistic Laboratory, launched a series of exceptional collaborations with contemporary artists to create La Vache qui rit® Collector Boxes. These limited editions offered each autumn update and reinvent the links that artists have forged with the brand since its creation in 1921. 

Lab'Bel commissioned American artist Martha Wilson to design the tenth edition. Martha Wilson is without doubt the most important American artist pursuing a social commitment to the democratisation of art as a vehicle for emancipation.

The Martha Wilson Collector's Boxes were previewed from October 17-22, 2023 in Paris, as part of the Paris Internationale.

They are now on sale on our website, while stocks last, by following the link below.

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UNTEL, What else ?

16 October 2023

Le Quotidien de l'Art N°2691

Seeing the world, dreaming it, between reality and utopia, representing it, taking inspiration from it, describing it or projecting it... UNTEL has developed the possibilities through different media - performance, installation, photography, distribution of brochures... - often in interaction with the public.

By Line Herbert-Arnaud

Continuation of the article from Le Quotidien de l'Art

> https://www.lequotidiendelart.com/articles/24533-untel-what-else.html

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40 years of the Frac ! Gunaikeîon

15 October 2023 - 24 February 2024

Frac Île-de-France, les Réserves & Fondation Fiminco, Romainville

For the 40th anniversary of the Frac, the aim is both to rethink the institution's history, written in particular through its collection, and to look towards shared and desirable futures.

The Gunaikeîon exhibition invites a number of curators to write their own narratives based on works from the collection and in encounter with other invited works. Traditionally, the gunaikeîon was the flat in Greek and Roman houses where women spent most of their time, and which was set apart so that they had no direct contact with the street. The aim of this exhibition, on the other hand, is to open up the spaces of the Frac's Réserves and the Fondation Fiminco's Chaufferie to the surrounding neighbourhoods and the sounds of the world. The exhibition will be divided into several chapters, with each of the curators updating the collection in the light of her own obsessions, which are rooted in contemporary society.

Céline Poulin presents Joue ou Perds by Claude Closky. The word «play» indicated on Joue ou Perds by Claude Closky, invites us to throw the dice again and again, with no possibility of winning, like the gift theorised by Marcel Mauss. This section of the exhibition, which can be modified and activated throughout the exhibition, brings together other works from the collection and beyond, exploring the mechanisms of play, pedagogy and transmission…

Curators: Jade Barget, Daisy Lambert, Camille Martin, Céline Poulin & Elsa Vettier

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Zidane, un portrait du XXIe siècle

5 October 2023 - 7 January 2024

La Villette, Paris

The Philharmonie offers us a hat trick of genius in 2023! The Musée de la Villette will make a crossroads towards the round ball with an installation around... Zinédine Zidane, the silkiest right foot in history will do artistic footwork at the Philharmonie.

This project, which launches the Olympic program of the hall, will be built around the film Zidane, un portrait du XXIe siècle by Philippe Parreno and Douglas Gordon.

Released in 2006, this feature film was shot during a La Liga match between Real Madrid and Villarreal, with 17 synchronized cameras and shot on Zidane alone, all accompanied by a rock soundtrack composed by Mogwai.

We breathe, we get tired, we get angry with him ... In short, we really play it like Zidane walking through the 17 giant screens suspended, each with its own soundtrack.

How not to have hair with this installation? The film is majestic, intense and dramatic, just like Zizou's flamboyant career, which will end in 2006 on a red, as at the end of this match. Prophetic!

When? From October 5, 2023 to January 7, 2024 

Where? 211 avenue Jean-Jaurès, Paris 19e


Interview 6

1 October 2023


Stéphanie and David delve into the fascinating intricacies of "Shadow Ban" and its exclusive protocol. Explore the myriad concepts, ideas, and emotions they sought to express in this captivating masterpiece, first unveiled at the Around Art Fair video exhibition in Brussels.

The duo also shares their unique perspective on time and duration, integral elements in most of their videos.

Immerse yourself in this interview that will pique your curiosity about "Shadow Ban" and, more importantly, its distinctive protocol.


“No rule is definitive. Everything is always on the move, everywhere. Our playgrounds are social spaces with shifting, impermanent dimensions. For the duration of a match, the Marseille club Endoume Catalans chooses a shadow as its touchline and light as its playing field.”

Shadow Ban, 2023, colour video, 4K, 63'


You can watch the video interview with the Brognon Rollin duo on our Instagram!

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2023 Umi Hall Project Carl Andre

26 September - 31 December 2023

Umi Hall, Daegu Art Museum, South Korea

The 2023 Umi Hall project Carl Andre exhibition at the Daegu Art Museum aims to collectively examine the physical essence and poetic implications of the works of sculptor and poet Carl Andre by presenting drawings, sounds and miniature sculptures, as well as representative sculptures by the artist.

As part of the epistemological transition of Minimalism, Carl Andre redefined the mechanism of art production, rejecting the customs of traditional art and focusing exclusively on the absence of external meanings in works and on the physical properties of materials.

The artist has laid and stacked, leaned against the wall and placed on the floor industrial materials that he has not processed manually, such as factory-made bricks, pre-reduced wood or metal, and stone tiles. The works Merrymount (1980), 4th Steel Square (2008) and Belgica Blue Hexacube (1988) are made of wood, steel slabs and limestone respectively, and the physical properties of the materials are fully revealed as time passes.

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Echoes of a collection - Works from the Frac Franche-Comté. 1st edition of the Biennale Son

16 September - 29 October 2023

Louis Moret Foundation, Switzerland

The Biennale Son is an event that highlights the growing importance of sound in contemporary art. As a multi-disciplinary event, it seeks to blur the lines that are often too segmented between artistic disciplines that are closer than they appear. The Biennale Son offers visitors the chance to discover installations, sculptural works, two-dimensional works, works in text form, films, performances, concerts and plays. At times, works in which sound is induced in their form or conception become silent.

Three works by Saâdane Afif are part of the Frac Franche-Compté collection and will be presented during the bienniale.

Curators: Christophe Fellay, Jean-Paul Felley, Luc Meier & Sylvie Zavatta

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Summer interview 5

5 September 2023


Farkas defines himself as a daring creator who designs "instructions for use" in different forms, organised into collections. These protocols for action, often tinged with disorder, vandalism and hijacking, generate a tangible experience in the real world. Rather than producing a material art object, these "rituals" aim to generate a state of mind or a shift in our perception of the world.

Farkas's gritty, subtle actions challenge our habits and our relationship with objects. They are part of a non-productivist, even subtractive, logic that explores value in art, often challenging the viewer with elements of destruction, constraint or frustration, while preserving a touch of humour.

For Farkas, art should be a source of questioning that makes behavioural norms problematic, as well as artistic norms themselves. His services, far from being identified as “performances” or "happenings", aspire to conquer the terrain of everyday reality. They emerge as anomalies, creating unexpected events and provoking confrontations. According to the artist, in order to have an indisputable impact in the real world, it is essential to set aside all stylistic effects and allow the work to disperse and infiltrate where it is not expected.

We can't wait to share the video interview with Jean-Baptiste Farkas on Tuesday 5 September on our Instagram!


Floating Cinema – Unknown Waters

25 August - 10 September 2023

Giudecca, Venezia

From 25 August to 10 September 2023, Floating Cinema - Unknown Waters is back. This cultural event takes place in the waters behind the island of Giudecca in the Venice lagoon. For the fourth consecutive year a floating stage visible from its own boat or from a floating platform, hosts a multitude of screenings and performances by international and local authors.

This edition addresses themes such as inhabitation, the relationship between the human and the non-human, and the anthropic impact on ecosystems. Following this line of continuity, with respect to the relationship with the other and the unknown, several authors explore the superhuman and the beyond.

As part of the festival, Antoni Muntadas will be presenting Video is Television? (1989) and On Translation: Celebracions (2009). Over the last 50 years, Muntadas has focused his research on the interconnection between social sciences and mass media.

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Summer interview 4

17 August 2023


Born in 1948, Cazal left his mark on the 1980s with a body of work visually rooted in fashion and advertising. As a true visionary, he has been able to question his era and create works that are always strikingly relevant.

Cazal's work blurs the boundaries between art, politics, economics and poetry, offering a profound reflection on our society.

As a "fausse Compagnie ®", Cazal defies artistic conventions and explores the complex link between art and the market. He deploys a bold marketing strategy by turning himself into a living work of art, creating posters and promotional leaflets that become collectors' items. His name and his work are closely linked, reflecting his unique vision of art.

Through his creations of the 1980s, Cazal offers a critical and free perspective on the art world. By detaching himself from the lens and assessing his place in the art world, he invites reflection: "I was a painter and sculptor when I decided to become an artist".

Come and discover Philippe Cazal's captivating world in our video interview, which will be posted on our Instagram page on Thursday 17 August.

Immerse yourself in his ideas, his humour and his bold vision of art - and even a few anecdotes from his childhood.


Summer interview 3

3 August 2023


Since the 1970s, Muntadas has been exploring the territories of power, whether in urban architecture, the media or culture, revealing rituals, codes and hidden issues. With a multidisciplinary approach, Muntadas uses all the means of expression at his disposal: video, text, photography, sound, poster, book, installation, and much more.

His work questions communication systems and social dynamics, revealing information flows, the relationship between the public and the private, and mechanisms of power.

His commitment to conceptual and multimedia art has enabled him to explore the political and social issues of our time through performance, installation, photography, digital media, books, public art and many other media.

His incisive works highlight the visible and invisible systems of power in a society where mass media, over-consumption and advanced technologies play a central role.

We are delighted to announce that the gallery is continuing its summer video programme on the networks! and will be presenting a video-meeting with Antoni Muntadas on Thursday August 3 on our Instagram.

Stay tuned and don't miss this opportunity to discover the work of Antoni Muntadas, which explores the mechanisms of power and the realities of our contemporary world.


Relooking workshop. Around the exhibition Invisible by Martha Wilson

29 July 2023

Frac Sud, Cité de l'Art Contemporain, Marseille

Following a visit to the exhibition Invisible, this workshop offers participants the opportunity to try their hand at photographic photography, and then, on the basis of self-portraits taken live, to intervene using a variety of plastic techniques in order to disguise, filter, and partially or totally modify their appearance.

Workshop: Saturday 29 July 2023 from 2pm to 5pm

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Summer interview 2

21 July 2023


Gonzalez-Casanova was born in Puerto Rico and lives in Marseille. In 2016, she created the artist's book "Home Guard Manual of Camouflage / Manuel de camouflage pour la protection du territoire". Inspired by the camouflage manual written by Roland Penrose for the British Army in 1941, this project explores the mechanisms by which ambitions and fears are transmitted on a collective scale.

This hybrid artist's book combines a functional work and an anthropological study. It presents practical, utopian and absurd advice taken from real military camouflage manuals, government security manuals and scientific studies. Divided into 12 thematic booklets, it covers subjects such as mimicry, bluffing, invisibility and biological terrorism.

To find out more about the fascinating work of Cari Gonzalez-Casanova, the gallery will be publishing a video-meeting on Friday 21 July on our Instagram.

Don't miss this opportunity to discover a captivating conversation with the artist who explores the politics of fear through her artist's book project.


Summer interview 1

7 July 2023


A singular figure in the history of American art since the early 1970s, Wilson is one of the first artists to use her body, alongside Hannah Wilke and Eleanor Antin, to question social representations of the feminine through her performances, videos and photographs.

Her works traces the deconstruction of stereotypes around feminine beauty and a so-called feminine ideal, with one major issue: that of age, and more specifically the question of the invisibility of women in their 70s.

By altering her physical appearance, she challenges the stereotypical identities of a neo-liberal America. A pioneer, her work points towards territories later conquered by other contemporary artists, such as Cindy Sherman or Martha Rosler or feminist philosophers such as Judith Butler.

“In the past decades Wilson has actively explored the power of these comparative works (which are often both funny and harrowing at the same time) and has moved into a series of self images as other people, often political wives—as in The Politics and Performance Art series (which started in the 1970s, and continues up to 2020), where Wilson performs herself on camera as Nancy Reagan, Barbara Bush, Tipper Gore 1. But on occasion, she performs as the powerful man himself (for example, with a neon orange wig and cheap suit in front of Trump Tower, in Martha Does Donald, 2017).

Wilson's body, Wilson's self, Wilson's (self) image—all are laid bare for us to contemplate as they visibly age and take on new masks across the decades. Far from forestalling death, then, Wilson's practice—like the photographic portrait in general—could also be said to mark the inevitability of aging and death (see: Roland Barthes, Camera Lucida [1980]) and the way in which every face is a mask, every image a performance, every body mortal in its self display.”

To discover Martha Wilson's words from her interview in Marseille, check out our Instagram post from 7 July.

1. Extract from the text Martha Wilson's Body/Martha Wilson's Self/Martha Wilson's Image by Amelia Jones, art historian, theorist and critic

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1 July 2023 - 4 February 2024

Frac Sud, Cité de l'Art Contemporain, Marseille

Martha Wilson has been a singular personality in the history of American art since the early 1970s. Along with Hannah Wilke and Eleanor Antin, she was one of the first artists to use her own body to question social representations of the feminine, through her performances, videos and photographs. By altering her physical appearance, she challenges the identity stereotypes of a capitalist America. Her pioneering work pointed the way to territories later conquered by other contemporary artists like Cindy Sherman and Martha Rosler, or by feminist philosophers like Judith Butler.

In 976, she founded in New York, she founded Franklin Furnace, an alternative space dedicated to artistic experimentation and the conservation of that avant-garde's artist books, videos, and performances. And in 1978 she formed the “conceptual punk” group Disband, mixing performance and music, with women artists who did not know how to play any instrument (Ilona Granet, Donna Hennes, Ingrid Sischy, Dianne Torr).

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Guerrilla Girls Engage the Public

28 June 2023


Clad in all-black, their faces obscured by oversized gorilla masks, “Frida Kahlo” and “Käthe Kollwitz” take to the streets as Guerrilla Girls to engage the public in their decades-long battle against discrimination in the art world. Animated sequences and archival footage illustrate the artist-activist collective's fight for equality through posters with bold designs and other creative means.

A must-see HERE

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Performances à l'image

24 June - 27 August 2023

Centre d'art contemporain de l'Abbaye de Maubuisson

Whether in the stands or on the pitch, sport creates a collective framework in which power relationships are played out and the place of each individual in a group is redefined. With interactive installations featuring a golf course (Temps libre) or supporters (D'autant qu'à plusieurs), Samuel Bianchini gives viewers the chance to take part in the action as well as the performance.

Curator: Marie Ménestrier with the collaboration of Sibylle Roquebert

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Robert Barry: Une Situation

1 June - 30 September 2023

Venet Foundation

Robert Barry: Une Situation is a double retrospective featuring the American artist, Robert Barry. The show was put together by Mathieu Copeland working with the artist.

Visitors will find themselves facing two groups of pieces from the immense body of work produced by Robert Barry, one of the leading lights of Minimalism and a pioneer of Conceptual Art. One is a retrospective of Barry's murals, with seven pieces from 1978 to 2023, while the second retrospective is focused on a group of sound pieces the artist produced between 1976 to 2022.

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In What Way Wham? (White Noise and Other Works, 1996-2023)

28 May 2023 - 31 March 2024

MASS MoCA, Massachusetts

In What Way Wham? (White Noise and Other Works, 1996-2023) artist Joseph Grigely explores the visual representation of speech and sound in the form of installations, sculptures, photographs, films, and books.

A native of Western Massachusetts, Grigely was born and raised in East Longmeadow, where at the age of ten he fell down a hill and became completely deaf. At this point, he began a journey that he describes as “watching the world with the sound turned off,” paying close attention to language, communication, and the vagaries of human interaction.

In the mid-1990s Grigely first exhibited his ongoing series, Conversations With the Hearing, composed of notes written during conversations with people who do not know sign language. They are conversations from daily encounters with family, friends, and strangers. These notes are central to the new commission White Noise which consists of two intersecting oval rooms that surround the viewer with thousands of handwritten conversation papers. The rooms, each roughly twenty-five feet across, in the triple-height space of the museum's first-floor gallery showcases three decades of conversational exchanges. The phrase “White Noise” is used by audiologists to describe a noise that occupies a wide bandwidth of random frequencies. For his own White Noise, Grigely provides a visual equivalent of this experience, immersing viewers in the space between speech and writing with floor-to-ceiling notes; one room in shades of white and the other in a cacophony of color.

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Des oeuvres... voire quelques saillies

27 May 2023

Gallery mfc-michèle didier, Paris

Article by Élisabeth Couturier published on February 28 2023 on artpress.com


Paul-Armand Gette au pays des merveilles

24 May 2023

Cinema Release

Paul-Armand Gette in Wonderland

This film about the artist Paul-Armand Gette deals with the subject of the female body, its representation in art, the question of the model and her freedom. Paul-Armand Gette thwarts our visual habits and challenges our judgments and preconceptions. Who better than his models to talk about him, with him, about them?

Directed by Sylvie Boulloud
Running time 61 minutes
Released in cinemas on 24 May 2023


Dimensions variables

11 May 2023

Gallery mfc-michèle didier, Paris

Pierre Escot & Hubert Renard will present their novel Dimensions variables in the format of a performance on Thursday May 11, 2023. Welcome between 6.30 and 8.30 pm. Performance (30 min.) at 7pm.

Dimensions variables is a four-handed novel balanced between visual arts and literature. The contemporary art world is its setting, which it erects between realism and satire. The changes of form within the narrative (poems, diaries, lists, dialogues and songs) and the variations in tone (from farce to dramatic comedy) testify to the desire of the two authors to use all the resources of the Parisian art world, which they have been assiduously - and jovially! - for many years, as visual artists. The characters assert themselves, the plots are woven together and the narrator, with a generous sense of humour, has fun creating encounters in this milieu that is so worried about its appearance. If one can recognise figures and characteristics of the globalised art world, its manias and vanities, the book skilfully avoids institutional criticism or sociological study. It prefers to play with images and symbols. Despite their cumbersome egos, the characters in this contemporary novel, in desperate search of visibility or in impulses to withdraw from public life, in euphoria and excess, or in the urgency of disappearance, are all looking for an answer to this nagging question: What is a successful life?

Text taken from the website of the publisher of the novel, www.artfiction.ch

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The Art of Frabric. Textile Materiality from the 1920s to Today

9 May - 25 June 2023

Städtische Museen Heilbronn, Heilbronn

The Städtische Museen Heilbronn will show a range of artistic exploration of textile materials from the 1920s to the present day. The specific properties of the material not only give rise to a wide range of design possibilities, but also allow fundamental questions of sculptural art to be considered from a new perspective. The Abundance of traditional textile handicraft techniques also opens up diverse paths of creative appropriation. Robert Morris is represented by one of his canonical felt work.

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Moviment, Chapter 1

6 May 2023

Centre Pompidou, Paris

Moviment opens on a celebration of the Centre Pompidou's works, treasures from the reservesand new acquisitions, exhibited, explained and reactivated by a series of interpretations, debates and readings.

Point, lines and planes
In this first chapter, the exhibition focuses on geometric abstractions.

Maurizio Nannucci

Red Line, 1969

Exploring the relationship between art and language since the 1960s, Maurizio Nannucci began working with neon in 1967, and produced his first luminous his first luminous and scriptural pieces.

At the end of the straight line of a red-tinted glass tube, the letters "red line" appear, thus referring the work to its own description. Tautological and polysemous, this red line is a way for the artist to subvert the conventions of the exhibition while inviting the visitor to question the nature of the work of art.

Work exhibited from Wednesday 3 to Sunday, May 6.
Presentation to the public by the artist on Saturday 6 May at 7pm


Dimensions variables

30 April 2023

Galerie mfc-michèle didier, Paris

Article by Pierre-François Moreau – Les Lettres Françaises – April 2023

Vidéo-projection sur bifteck

En novembre 2021, entre flux et reflux de la pandémie, et d'autres grandes manœuvres aux marches de l'Europe qui nous laissaient alors benoîtement incrédules quant au futur théâtre des opérations, nous étions assez nombreux ce soir-là à la librairie le Monte-en-l'air à être venus écouter Denis Lavant, toujours aussi intense, pour une lecture de Piotr signé Pierre Escot, le monologue intérieur d'un comédien aux prises avec l'omniprésence de son personnage, à la fois héroïque et cruel. Ainsi s'immergeait-on dans les affres de la création, tout en plaisantant sur l'itinéraire formellement oscillant de Planning, un agenda de haïkus dégénérés, et Le Carnet Lambert, du même Pierre Escot, qui circulait sous les manteaux dans des versions plus ou moins approximatives, si bien que tout devenait Carnet Lambert, même Le Carnet Lambert.

Dans cette apparente euphorie, on n'osait pas croire combien les temps qui s'annonçaient allaient être héroïques et cruels. Et tels de bons clients du « Bœuf sur le toit », on préférait tomber le masque chirurgical, boire, rire et, avec une ironie grinçante, moquer les ivresses compulsives des petits Maurice Sachs post conceptuels. C'était un autre temps.

Alors qu'aujourd'hui le printemps vient poindre, et avec lui ses futurs massacres et autres destructions massives du côté de la frontière, les éditions de Lausanne Art&Fiction spécialisées dans les récits d'artistes publient Dimensions variables de Pierre Escot, des exercices de tirs auxquels s'est associé son compère Hubert Renard. Ces « dimensions variables » ne sont pas les calibres des obus performants de chars de combat sur roues ou à chenilles. On est plus proche des Tirs de Niki de Saint Phalle, puisqu'il s'agit d'un recueil art contemporain, d'une satire vivace des beaux jours, du temps où l'on buvait encore à la régalade du champagne chez Perrotin, Templon et Thaddeus Ropac.

Mieux qu'une boule à facettes des temps du disco, ce roman des vanités a la forme d'un inventaire. Chroniques de vernissages, contentions créatrices, poésie des cartels sous œuvres, mails de réclamations et de déclarations sentimentales, billets d'absence, journal de disparition, autopsie d'un fil de fer, remise de prix, notes d'intentions, préface d'une installation, dialogues téléphoniques, dispute homérique, occurrence du réel, liste d'artistes improbables – Marie Beuys, Jean-Claude Picabia, Andy Magritte, Piet Klein, Yves Mondrian, Christine Baudelaire, Mohamed Michon, Benito Munch, Pedro Nietzsche, Raymond Calvino…

À ce bal des riches heures, on flirte, on s'agace, on s'oublie, on se force jusqu'à l'abjection à ne pas voir les réalités du monde. Samantha Cartridge aime montrer ses faux seins, Laetitia Delmas aime ne plus aimer, Jean-Jacques Aillagon a des rendez-vous, François Pinault parle de ses futurs achats, Bernard Blistène commande un Spritz, Giovanna Listo préfère exposer à l'hôpital psychiatrique, Luc vide chaque jour un objet de son appartement, Olga envoie des sms… Pendant qu'Alex regarde une vidéo en avance rapide, d'autres jouent des coudes pour arriver jusqu'au buffet. Personne ne s'attarde devant Ça va chier dans le ventilo, dimensions variables.

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  • Christopher Wool

The Inner Island

29 April - 5 November 2023

Villa Carmignac, island of Porquerolles

In the beginning are landscapes and bodies, landscapes in bodies then, as dreams often like to produce, a tangle of situation, situations that are blurry, pleasant, and sometimes disturbing. Faced with work acting as mirages, the gaze wanders. As a mise en abyme of the insular location of the Fondation on Porquerolles, the exhibition, curated by Jean-Marie Gallais, explores an essential driver of creation, as powerful as it is common: the distancing of reality as to reveal an interiority.

While contemporary art has never been as political or engaged with the world as it is now, a whole section of creation, and particularly in painting, is seemingly breaking away from it in order to offer vertiginous immersions into inner worlds and recesses. What is the significance of this current distancing from reality?

More than 80 works by fifty artists, from private and public collections, including the Carmignac collection, but also new productions, will draw the dotted outlines of an inner island, inviting each visitor to fill in the gaps in their own way.

> Villa Carmignac, Porquerolles Island, April 29, 2023 - November 5, 2023


Leçons d'artiste

27 April 2023

Musée du Louvre, Paris

Lecture on April 27, 2023 at 7pm, Auditorium Michel Laclotte

Michelangelo Pistoletto, a central figure in contemporary art since the 1960s and the birth of the "Arte Povera" movement, is also a leading theoretician of art and contemporary thought. It was therefore only fitting that he should be entrusted with the first edition of the new "Artist's Lessons" series, a counterpoint to the springtime lecture series of the Chaire du Louvre, in which the artist presents to the public in the auditorium his contemporary view of the Louvre, its collections, and its multiple lives, in resonance with his own career and the radical choices he has made in his own creative work for more than 60 years.

Michelangelo Pistoletto returns to the Louvre, ten years after his exhibition, and presents in three talks how the museum has changed his perception, opening up avenues for thinking and living in the present.

In connection with the cycle, a work by Michelangelo Pistoletto has been specially created to be presented under the Pyramid, near the auditorium where his lectures are held.


de-finitions/methods 1973-2016

20 April 2023

mfc-michèle didier

Claude Rutault first used the term definition/method in 1978, and he put all his work under that generic title from then on, through the definitive change had come as early as 1973. In March of that year, he painted a small canvas the same grey as the wall, which gave rise to his iconic phrase: “a canvas stretched on stretchers and painted the same color as the wall on which it is hung.” From that principle, he developed short, directive texts proposing specific works. They were first called constructions and then definitions/methods, which were later numbered. Each definition/method is a proposition to be actualized, in most cases by an act of painting that conforms to certain parameters controlling the relation of the canvas or canvases to the wall. They are based on the traditions of presentation, the history of art, and the institution of the exhibition. Rutault later extended the principle to include non-painted, repainted, and stacked canvases. A collector, either private or public, must abandon any fetishistic relationship to the work and choose the place and way to actualize it.

Extract from p. 85 and 86 of Claude Rutault The Inventory, Marie-Hélène Breuil, published by Mamco in 2015

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ready to be made

19 April 2023

Centre Georges Pompidou

Curator: Michel Gauthier.

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After the Masters The Gates of Painting

19 April - 16 July 2023

Musée d'Orsay, Paris

"Rodin's Porte de l'Enfer in the Musée d'Orsay's collections fascinated Rutault. The artist first gave thought to a work in the form of a door in 2008, to be created through an assemblage of several definitions/methods updated for the occasion. His notebooks contain jottings and plans bearing witness to the work's evolution, without its finished state ever being finalized. Claude Rutault and Quentin Lefranc, who had worked alongside him for several years, created a model that gave shape to what he had designed la porte de la peinture. The model will be on exhibition at the Musée d'Orsay, dialoguing with Rodin's masterpiece."

Text taken from the museum's website. Curator: François Blanchetière.

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d'après les maîtres

19 April - 25 September 2023

Musée du Louvre, Paris

"At the entrance to the Department of Egyptian Antiquities, the Louvre exhibits a work in dialogue with the Fayum mummy portraits, thus questioning, according to the artist's conception of the history of painting, the origin of painting, the "first painter". This work by Claude Rutault integrates in a canvas, the colour of the wall, a portrait of the Fayum that he himself had acquired. Responding to Rodin at the Musée d'Orsay and Marcel Duchamp at the Centre Georges Pompidou, it is the artist's unique perspective that will thus be revealed – a perspective according to which the history of art, like the portrait of the Fayum integrated into his work, is integrated into the contemporary."

Extract from the press kit of February 1st 2023. Curator: Donatien Grau.


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The Land and the Unfolded Map

15 April - 11 June 2023

Le Delta, Namur

The Delta welcomes the new project of the artist duo Brognon Rollin. The installation The Land and the Unfolded Map will be displayed on the top panoramic floor of the Delta and will consist of two new videos never before presented to the public, made by the Franco/Belgian/Luxembourgish duo in California in the autumn of 2022.

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stanley brouwn

15 April 2023

Dia Beacon

stanley brouwn is curated by Jordan Carter, curator, with Zuna Maza, curatorial assistant.

This presentation coincides with stanley brouwn, the artist's first comprehensive solo exhibition in the United States, on view at the Art Institute of Chicago April 8–July 31, 2023, and is co-curated by Jordan Carter and Ann Goldstein, the Art Institute's deputy director and chair and Dittmer Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art.

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stanley brouwn

8 April - 31 July 2023

Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago

stanley brouwn is co-curated by Ann Goldstein, deputy director and chair and Dittmer Curator, Modern and Contemporary Art, and Jordan Carter, curator at Dia Art Foundation and former Art Institute associate curator, Modern and Contemporary Art.

The exhibition will also be presented at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles, and Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam. Dates are yet to be determined.

The Art Institute's presentation coincides with another exhibition devoted to stanley brouwn, also curated by Jordan Carter, at Dia Beacon.

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Filtered Time

4 April - 15 October 2023

Pergamonmuseum, Berlin

In a historical first, the Vorderasiatisches Museum (Museum of the Ancient Near East) and the Hamburger Bahnhof – Nationalgalerie der Gegenwart (National Gallery of Contemporary Art) join forces on a trans-historical, site-specific presentation by British artist Liam Gillick throughout the halls of the Pergamon Museum. From Babylon's iconic Ishtar Gate to the monumental sculptures of Tell Halaf, Gillick adds layers of sound, light and colour – creating an overlay to evoke connections across periods of the Pergamon Museum.

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Trois Collectionneurs #10

2 April - 27 May 2023

Été 78, Brussels

Works by Carl Andre, Claude Closky, Peter Downsbrough and Elsa Werth will be presented in the exhibition Trois Collectioneurs #10 at Été 78 in Brussels from April 2 to May 27, 2023!

Opening: Saturday 01/04 from 16h until 20h

Exhibition: 02/04 –> 27/5

Opened every Saturday from 14h until 18h. Saturday 22/4: 9h30 –> 17h.

This exhibition is organized with Valentine Himpens and is dedicated to Herman Daled who took part to the very first edition.

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2 April - 26 November 2023

Punta della Dogana, Venice

From April 2 to November 26, 2023, Punta della Dogana presents the thematic exhibition Icons, with works from the Pinault Collection, including On Kawara and Philippe Parreno.

The word “icon” has two meanings: its Greek etymology defines it as an “image” or “likeness”, while it is used to designate a religious painting. The idea of a model, an emblematic figure is more contemporary. The status of the image—its capacity to embody a presence, between appearance and disappearance, shadow and light, to represent a space, to spark emotion, and to become one with the viewers—is at the core of this exhibition, conceived specifically for the Punta della Dogana and the Venetian context, with its rich, uninterrupted dialogue between East and West.


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18 March - 15 October 2023

Chiostro del Bramante

Fifty works and four large site-specific installations.
More than 60 years of art, almost 90 years of life.

A narrative path, according to the approach of the projects curated by Danilo Eccher and produced by DART – Chiostro del Bramante, complete and fascinating. Certainly not a traditional exhibition but a narrative, an experience that through the iconic works of Michelangelo Pistoletto (Biella, 1933)-from the historic to the most recent,from 1962 to 2023-accompanies an exciting journey inside the poetics and the world, the many worlds, of one of the masters of contemporary art.

An infinity of ways of making art,an infinity of ways of seeing, of changing perspective, of reading reality. At the center a single artist but in his many possibilities of being, of transforming, of depicting and representing himself, of telling. “A collective exhibition of a single artist,” in the words of the curator, because “in diversity I multiplied myself,” as the artist declares. That is why, at the Chiostro del Bramante, Michelangelo Pistoletto is INFINITY: because art is limitless.

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Michael Snow, "Wavelength"

1 March 2023

Centre Pompidou, Paris

Michael Snow, Wavelength, 1967, 16 mm, colour, sound, 45 min

Screening on 1 March 2023 from 7 to 9 pm, Cinema 2, level -1

Shot in December 1966 in Michael Snow's loft in New York, Wavelength is one of the most commented on so-called "experimental" films of all time. For 45 minutes, a zoom-in movement runs across the room, following the central axis of the scene to approach a photograph of a few waves in black and white. During this movement, at first sight continuous, a series of actions or accidents follow each other. Above all, a sinusoidal sound in crescendo, at first barely perceptible, becomes almost deafening as we approach the conclusion.

The critical literature has made Wavelength the most emblematic work of the reduction of film to a single camera movement - the zoom, precisely.

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The Art of Behaving Badly

20 February - 31 March 2023

The Salisbury University Art Galleries [SUAG], Salisbury

Guerrilla Girls' exhibition, The Art of Behaving Badly traces the history of their organization through their interventions and Public Service Announcements (PSAs) from 1985-2015.

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17 February - 6 August 2023

Espace Louis Vuitton München

Philippe Parreno's reputation has been built on the diversity of his practice which spans a vast range of media including film, sculpture, drawing and performance. Through his multidisciplinary practice, Parreno has created unexpected artworks that question the boundaries between reality and fiction, often blurring the distinction between the two. The artist invites the viewer to radically re-evaluate the nature of reality, memory, and the passage of time, elaborating universes where the aesthetics of social exchanges and situations are prioritized over the creation of art objects.

For Marilyn, the Espace Louis Vuitton München invites you to experience emblematic works from the Collection by Philippe Parreno in various media. Alongside the eponymous video installation Marilyn (2012), the series of drawings In Preparation of Marilyn: “The Quasi Living” (2013) will be shown as well as the video installation The Writer (2007), and the sculpture Untitled (2010). Comprising drawings, sculpture and film, these works typify Parreno's multidisciplinary practice through which he continues his quest to find an ultimate form of communication capable of transcending language.

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Partitions graphiques

4 February 2023

Centre Pompidou, Paris

As an echo to the exhibition dedicated to Christian Marclay, the Centre Pompidou gives carte blanche to the Swiss-American artist for a concert based on his visual and musical works.

Ephemera, 2009, interpreted by Jacques Demierre
To Be Continued, 2016 et Screen Play, 2005, interpreted by Noël Akchoté, Julien Eil, John Butcher, Luc Mueller, Noelle Reymond / l'ensemBle baBel
No!, 2020, interpreted by Elaine Mitchener
Manga Scroll, 2010, interpreted by Alex ABH Hackett

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Of Their Time (7), A Look at Private Collections

28 January - 23 April 2023

Frac Grand Large — Hauts-de-France

An exhibition in partnership with ADIAF (Association for the International Diffusion of French Art)

With works by: Add Fuel, Saâdane Afif, Jean-Michel Alberola, Giulia Andreani, Kader Attia, Marcos Avila Forero, Esmaël Bahrani, Bertille Bak, Éric Baudelaire, Mélanie Berger, Bianca Bondi, Étienne Bossut, Emmanuelle Bousquet, Aline Bouvy, Szabolcs Bozó, David Brognon Et Stéphanie Rollin, Cornel Brudascu, Io Burgard, Damien Cabanes, Miriam Cahn, Michael Ray Charles, Julian Charrière, Grégory Chatonsky, Vajiko Chachkhiani, Delphine Ciavaldini, Claude Closky, Isabelle Cornaro, Jesse Darling, Edith Dekyndt, Hélène Delprat, Nolan Oswald Dennis, Hugo Deverchère, David Douard, Nicolas Dhervillers, Mathilde Denize, Nathalie Djurberg Et Hans Berg, Marlene Dumas, Kenny Dunkan, Hoël Duret, Mimosa Echard, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Esther Ferrer, Gabriel Folli, Bruno Gadenne, Daiga Grantina, Guerilla Girls, Terencio González, Ilona Granet, Juliette Green, Myriam Haddad, Tirdad Hashemi, Paul Heintz, Damien Hirst, My-Lan Hoang-Thuy, Danielle Jacqui, Oda Jaune, Sophie Kitching, Kapwani Kiwanga, Sergey Kononov, Anna Kutera, Lucie Laflorentie, Luc Lapraye, Hanne Lippard, Jonas Lund, Madsaki, Paul Maheke, Benoît Maire, François Mangeol, Teresa Margolles, Randa Maroufi, Rayane Mcirdi, Anita Molinero, Franck Noto, Prune Nourry, Josèfa Ntjam, Estefanía Peñafiel Loaiza, Françoise Pétrovitch, Gloria Petyarre, Grayson Perry, Walter Pfeiffer, Amalia Pica, Benoît Pieron, Joanna Piotrowska, Robin Plus, Julien Primard, Hervé Priou, Enrique Ramirez, Emmanuel Régent, Caroline Reveillaud, Lili Reynaud-Dewar, Carole Rivalin, Mathilde Rosier, Karine Rougier, Elsa Sahal, Ludovic Sauvage, Marta Spagnoli, Pierre Seinturier, Massinissa Selmani, Cindy Sherman, Shimabuku, Kelly Sinnapah Mary, Saule Suleimenova, Claire Tabouret, Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, Pierre Vermeulen, Christophe Viart, Oriol Vilanova, Danh Vo, Lois Weinberger, Duncan Wylie, Tim Zdey

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Le Retour

28 January 2023 - 28 January 2024

MRAC Serignan

Under the bed. In the wardrobe. In the mirror. They come back. Through the backwash of images and the glue of objects, this exhibition lets memories, fears and desires emerge, barely repressed, and here they are again. In the department of horrors and domestic fantasies (this wallpaper moves!!!), we move around as if in a dream or an acid trip. Everyone will be looking for their own fetish.
With : Bernard Bazile, Laetitia Badaut Hausmann, Elisabeth Ballet, Abdelkader Benchamma, Linus Bill and Adrien Horni, Jean-François Boclé, Bruno Botella, Andrea Büttner Nina Childress, Anne-Lise Coste, Robert Crumb, Nicolas Deshayes, Dado, Studio GGSV, Anthea Hamilton, Lubaina Himid, Judith Hopf, David Horvitz, Pierre Joseph, Özgür Kar, Cécile Noguès, Nathalie du Pasquier, Jim Shaw, Achraf Touloub, Nora Turato, Caroline Tschumi, Yuhan Wang
An exhibition developed by Juliette Pollet, curator at Cnap, with Clément Nouet, director of the Mrac.

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Exhibition Talk and concert

26 - 29 January 2023

The Music Chamber - Art Genève

Talk by Saâdane Afif: 26.01.2023, 3:30pm

Exhibition: The Music Chamber
At Palexo, artgenève booth A32, Geneva, Switzerland
Artistic Director: Augustin Maurs
Co-curator: Catherine Othenin-Girard

Concert: Dwarf Lift Dwarf sings Pirates' Who's Who
At Motel Campo, Geneva, Switzerland le 27.01.2023, 10:00pm
Motel Campo, Rte des Jeunes 13, 1227 Carouge, Geneva, Switzerland
Presented by: artgenève/musique & Biennale Son Valais

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The Bonimenteur

15 December 2022 - 30 April 2023

FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims

From December 15, 2022 to April 30, 2023, the FRAC Champagne-Ardenne hosts The Bonimenteur, an exhibition that, through the works of three artists and collectives, draws a portrait of this curious character. Through a monumental and luminous installation by the designers GRAU, a set of paintings and drawings by the artist Bernhard Martin and a graphic and interactive composition by the graphic design collective Neue Gestaltung, The Bonimenteur takes shape at the FRAC and invites the public to meet him.


Artistic director : Saâdane Afif

Curator Yasmina d'O

With : Grau, Bernard Martin, Neue Gestaltung

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Launching event: Side Magazine, The Heptahedron box

12 December 2022

Lafayette Anticipations, Paris

On December 12, from 7 pm

On the occasion of the presentation of the publication The Heptahedron, a conversation traces the odyssey that led to the exhibitions presented at the Bergen Assembly triennial from September to November 2022.

With Marcella Lista, Thomas Clerc, Saâdane Afif and "Yasmine and the seven faces of the Heptahedron".

This conversation will be followed by the tasting of the cocktail "Yasmine", a new creation of the famous Cravan establishment (Paris) which inaugurates a theatrical collaboration between the mixologist Franck Audoux and the curator Yasmine d'O.


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Sors de ta réserve ! - Rivage Chromatique

7 December 2022 - 4 February 2023

Frac Île-de-France, Romainville

With works by: Stanislas Amand, Babi Badalov, John Baldessari, Bruno Bottela, Anne Bourse, David Burrows, Michel Canteloup, Monster Chetwynd, Claude Closky, Delphine Coindet, Tony Cragg, Jason Dodge, Michel Huelin, François Lancien-Guilberteau, Laurent Lacotte et Pablo Cavero, Seulgi Lee, Jonathan Monk, Maurizio Nannucci, Camila Oliveira Fairclough and Lucy Skaer.

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27min & 1/60s

28 November 2022 - 21 January 2023

Interface, Dijon

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26 November 2022

Samuel Bianchini will be exposed as part of the exhibition Playmode at the Centro Cultural Banco do Brasil.

Playmode aims to open a debate about the importance of recreational culture in the society of the XXIth century. The exhibition invites the visitors to be in an active participation that in order to be faced with a sensorial and conceptual experience.

Curators : Filipe Pais and Patrícia Gouveia

With : Aram Bartholl, Auriea Harvey & Michaël Samyn , Bill Viola, Brad Downey, Brent Watanabe, David OReilly, Filipe Vilas-Boas, Guilherme Meneses, Bobware & Beta Xina Bena, Harun Bena, Harun Farocki, Isamu Noguchi, Jaime Lauriano, Joseph DeLappe, Laura Lima & Marcius Galan, Lucas Pope , Mary Flanagan, !Mediengruppe Bionik, Miltos Manetas, Molleindustria, Nelson Leirner, Pippin Barr, The Pixel Hunt, Priscila Fernandes, Ricardo Barreto & Raquel Fukuda, Shimabuku

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Warhol, People and Things

22 November 2022 - 31 January 2023

Warhol, People and Things is an extensive exhibition focusing on Andy Warhol and his influence across several generations of photographers, filmmakers, musicians and multi-media artists.

The installation prepared for Casa São Roque consists of slideshows spanning 2019–2022 captured in several cities, including New York, Berlin, Palma, Paris, Copenhagen, Susch, and Łódź. As homage to Warhol, Miller titled his first publication of this series after a quote from The Andy Warhol Diaries: “It was a nice day, in the seventies. I watched people on pogo sticks in the park”.

Curated by Alaina Claire Feldman and Barbara Piwowarska

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Street Life

19 November 2022 - 5 March 2023

Wilhemhackmuseum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein

The exhibition Street Life at the Wilhelm-Hack-Museum takes visitors on a journey through the streets of the classical modernity until present time. As a place of representation, self-staging and communication as well as resistance or protest, the street forms a vital link of various areas of life, social groups and interests. Applied across media and eras, the exhibition displays different artistic appropriations of this dynamic place.

Curated by Dr. Astrid Ihle

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The House of Dust - Collections au féminin (1960-2020)

19 November 2022 - 10 April 2023

MAMC+, Saint Etienne

Curator : Alexandre Quoi

With works by: Magdalena Abakanowicz, Marina Abramović, Laurie Anderson, Eleanor Antin, Geneviève Asse, Anna-Eva Bergman, Louise Bourgeois, Lisetta Carmi, Sarah Charlesworth, Marieta  Chirulescu, Marinette Cueco, Sari Dienes, Thea Djordjadze, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Gloria Friedmann, Shirley Goldfarb, Nan Goldin, Jan Groover, Guerrilla Girls, Sheila Hicks, Jenny Holzer, Dorothy Ianonne, Kimsooja, Karen Knorr, Alison Knowles, Barbara Kruger, Laura Lamiel, Helen Levitt, Annette Messager, Tania Mouraud, Gina Pane, Sheila Reid, Takako Saito, Valentine Schlegel, Cindy Sherman, Kiki Smith, Jessica Stockholder, Nathalie Talec, Tatiana Trouvé, Jackie Winsor.

Photo : Aurélien Mole

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Fous de Proust

18 November 2022 - 30 March 2023

Château de Montsoreau - Musée d'art contemporain

With : Chantal Akerman, Véronique Aubouy, Jérémie Bennequin, Nicolas Boulard, Elina Brotherus, Christophe Fiat, Robert Filliou, Bernard Heidsieck, On Kawara, Bruno Perramant, Allen Ruppersberg.

Curator: Léa Bismuth



17 - 21 November 2022

Ludovic Chemarin©, Matt Magee & Miquel Mont

Atelier Michael Woolworth, Paris

Ludovic Chemarin© will present a triptych 120x80cm in lithography during this exhibition at the Atelier Michael Woolworth.

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16 November 2022 - 27 February 2023

Centre Georges-Pompidou, Paris 4e

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15 November 2022 - 19 March 2023

MRAC Occitanie, Sérignan

This exhibition brings together 27 international artists and presents "word paintings and talking pictures". This practice of using letters, words, phrases or punctuation as a plastic vocabulary developed in the 20th century and continues today in the work of many artists, of different generations and across all media.


Curated by : Sylvie Fanchon and Camila Oliveira Fairclough

With : Karina BISCH, Nicolas CHARDON, Eléonore FALSE, Sylvie FANCHON, Claude CLOSKY, Christian ROBERT-TISSOT, Anne-Lise COSTE, Martine ABALLEA, Joshua ABELOW, Gene BEERY, Jean-Luc BLANC, Corentin CANESSON, Jessica DIAMOND, Pierre DI SCIULLO, Chloé DUGIT-GROS, Chad ETTING, Marie GLAIZE, Joseph KOSUTH, Muriel LERAY, Jonathan MARTIN, Raffaella DELLA OLGA, Camila OLIVEIRA FAIRCLOUGH, Walter SWENNEN, Julio VILLANI, Elsa WERTH, Virginie YASSEF, Remy ZAUGG

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Mmmh [Maison-musée michel houellebecq]

12 November - 31 December 2022

This exhibition at le Radar in Bayeux, aims to turn the visitor into a hero by making him or her a curator of the future house-museum of the writer Michel Houellebecq, as it will be seen by the public in 150 years.

This exhibition is part of the SUITE programme initiated by the Centre national des arts plastiques (Cnap) in partnership with the ADAGP.

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Suzy Lake. Role Playing, Gender Playing 50/50 Series - Encounter #6

9 November 2022

Centre Culturel Canadien

Watch the interview of Suzy Lake produced by the Canadian Cultural Center posted on their youtube channel and facebook account on November 9.

Suzy Lake is a photographer, video artist, performer, and a leading artist of the feminist avant-garde of the 1970s. She questions the codes of gender representation through a performative and theatrical practice of self-portraiture.


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Learning from Los Angeles

5 November 2022 - 28 January 2023

Centre Photographie de Marseille

Until 28 January 2023, the Centre Photographique Marseille is presenting "Learning from Los Angeles", an exhibition co-produced with the École Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie d'Arles to mark the latter's 40th anniversary. It brings together works by Nicolas Giraud, François Bellabas, Olivier Cablat and Marina Gadonneix, which were made around Los Angeles and are based on the following questions:

"How does Los Angeles present itself as a generic model of contemporary society? And how do the forms of the city and what is built there serve as prototypes for the organisation of the post-industrial world?"

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»Matter. Non-Matter. Anti-Matter.«

2 November - 23 April 2022

Past exhibitions as Digital Experiences

Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe

When past exhibitions come to life digitally, the past becomes a virtual experience. What this novel experience can look like in concrete terms is shown by the exhibition »Matter. Non-Matter. Anti-Matter«. 

As part of the project »Beyond Matter. Cultural Heritage on the Verge of Virtual Reality«, the ZKM | Karlsruhe and the Centre Pompidou, Paris, use the case studies »Les Immatériaux« (Centre Pompidou, 1985) and »Iconoclash« (ZKM | Karlsruhe, 2002) to investigate the possibility of reviving exhibitions through experiential methods of digital and spatial modeling.

The digital model as an interactive presentation of exhibition concepts is a novel approach to exploring exhibition history, curatorial methods, and representation and mediation. The goal is not to create »digital twins«, that is, virtual copies of past assemblages of artifacts and their surrounding architecture, but to provide an independent sensory experience.

Curator : Livia Nolasco-Rozsas

Curatorial team : Felix Künerstein, Moritz Konrad,  Marcella Lista (Centre Pompidou, Paris)
Philippe Bettinelli (Centre Pompidou, Paris)
Julie Champion (Centre Pompidou, Paris)

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SAM Art Prize 2022

2 November - 7 December 2022

Brognon Rollin is nominated for the 2022 SAM Art Prize with Victoire Inchauspé, Marilou Poncin , Assaf Shoshan, Nefeli Papadimouli Marie Voignier, Julian Charrière, Brodbeck & de Barbuat.

Results on December 7

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27 October 2022

Chateau Royal, Berlin, Germany

Chateau Royal is a hotel that portrays Berlin's social fabric by merging gastronomy with art.

Chateau Royal embraces the ongoing friendships it has with artists by presenting existing as well as commissioned artworks, which are scattered throughout its premises. Over 100 artworks inhabit the rooms of the hotel and in some cases also the restaurant, the bar, the corridors, the stairways or the façade and present themselves in the shape of a painting, sculpture, installation, film/video, photograph, text, sound, light or performance. Discrete or loud, these artworks and artists embody the spirit of a social network with close ties to Berlin as well as the Chateau Royal family.

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Moving in Stereo

27 October 2022 - 11 June 2023

Highlights from the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection

Mercedes Benz Museum, Stuttgart

In a major presentation of the Mercedes-Benz Art Collection, highlights of the collection, around 150 works from 1910 to the present day, will be exhibited in Stuttgart at the Mercedes-Benz Museum. The spectrum of this exhibition ranges from the southwest German classics Adolf Hölzel, Willi Baumeister and Oskar Schlemmer to young international artists such as Saâdane Afif Cao Fei, Clément Cogitore and Alia Farid.


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Elsa Werth laureate of the 23rd Award of the Fondation Pernod Ricard

22 October 2022

Under the name Horizones, the 23rd Pernod Ricard Foundation Prize brings together 6 + 1 artists invited by curator and art critic Clément Dirié. This year, Elsa Werth wins the prize by presenting furtive works with haunting questions about the socio-economic state of our society.

In an open scenography, the exhibition gives pride of place to the universe of each artist without any desire to theme or artificially bring together their practices. Each artist exhibits a set of works emblematic of his or her current research, testifying to the diversity of current contemporary creation.

Exhibition until October 29

With : Hélène Bertin, Timothée Calame, Fabiana Exsouza, Eva Nielsen, Benoît Piéron, Jean-Michel Sanejouand

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De plus en plus de moins, L'art et ses logiques soustractives

21 October 2022

Phd thesis presented and defended at University Rennes 2

October 21, 2022 at 2pm

at Salle des Thèses

Building de la Présidence, 7th floor

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La Vallée

16 October 2022 - 15 January 2023

Centre photographique d'Ile de France, Pontault-Combault

For ten years, Nicolas Giraud and Bertrand Stofleth crisscrossed a modest but exemplary corner of France, a succession of valleys joining the Loire and Rhône rivers that were one of the cradles of the industrial revolution. La Vallée is the result of this vast photographic project in which each image works like a cross-section of time, bringing together within the frame objects that are distant in time. La Vallée creates a dynamic between the constitutive elements of a landscape, which also bear witness to its history.

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15 October - 27 November 2022

Fondation Fiminco

With : Elsa Werth, Bianca Bondi, Mégane Brauer, Neïla Czermarkichti, Tirdad Hashemi et Soufia Erfanian, Randa Maroufi, Myriam Mihindou, Sara Sadik, Liv Schulman

An exhibition by Jennifer Flay

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L'ami.e modèle

14 October - 12 December 2022

Mucem Marseille

Group show with: Ludovic Chemarin©, Annette Messager, Laurent Montaron, Françoise Petrovitch, Caroline Mesquita, Bruno Peinado, Simone Simon, Sammy Engramer, Christine Safa et Madeleine Roger Lacan, Florence Obrecht, Axel Pahlavi (...)

Commissariat: Mathieu Mercier

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12 - 22 October 2022


With : Brognon Rollin as godfather and godmother - Andrés Baron - Jérémie Danon - François Dufeil et Charles Dubois - Joël Harder - Atelier collectif Le Houloc - Gabriel Moraes Aquino et Joana Zimmermann - Nefeli Papadimouli - Boryana Petkova et Iskra Blagoeva - Natalia Villanueva Linares - Maha Yammine

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Ridiculously Yours! Art, Awkwardness and Enthusiasm

11 October 2022 - 10 April 2023

Bundeskunsthalle Helmut-Kohl-Allee 4 Bonn, Germany

Ridiculously Yours! flirts with the humour of catastrophe, bad taste, the camp approach, B-movie culture, science fiction and horror, but also with immaturity, idiocy, intuition and, of course, passion - not to mention enthusiasm.
An inspiring amusement park of enthusiastic awkwardness with works by numerous important artists: from Pieter Bruegel the Elder to Alfred Jarry and James Ensor, Marcel Duchamp and Francis Picabia, George Grosz and René Magritte, Giorgio de Chirico and Sturtevant, Sigmar Polke and Martin Kippenberger, to numerous contemporary positions of contemporary art such as Paul McCarthy, Nicole Eisenman, Fischli & Weiss, Isa Genzken, Pauline Curnier-Jardin, Kiluanji Kia Henda or Ming Wong.

This exhibition project has been initiated and conceived by Jörg Heiser and Cristina Ricupero.

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Reversing the Eye - Arte Povera and Beyond 1960-75: Photography, Film, Video

11 October 2022 - 29 January 2023

Jeu de Paume - Le Bal, Paris

For the first time, Jeu de Paume and LE BAL are presenting a joint thematic exhibition on the use of media – photography, film, video – by Italian artists of the 1960s and early 1970s. Centered around the arte povera group, it will be open to various fellow travelers of the movement and beyond, to study the position of the Italian avant-garde vis-à-vis photography and the moving image.

With Michelangelo Pistoletto and Claudio Abate, Carlo Alfano, Giovanni Anselmo, Alighiero Boetti, Pier Paolo Calzolari, Elisabetta Catalano, Mario Cresci, Gino De Dominicis, Plinio De Martiis, Luciano Fabro, Giosetta Fioroni, Luigi Ghirri, Luciano Giaccari, Paolo Gioli, Laura Grisi, Marcello Grottesi, Franco Guerzoni, Paolo Icaro, Mimmo Jodice, Jannis Kounellis, Ketty La Rocca, Piero Manzoni, Plinio Martelli, Antonio Masotti, Paolo Matteucci, Eliseo Mattiacci, Fabio Mauri, Mario Merz, Marisa Merz, Ugo Mulas, Paolo Mussat Sartor, Hidetoshi Nagasawa, Ugo Nespolo, Luigi Ontani, Giulio Paolini, Claudio Parmiggiani, Pino Pascali, Luca Patella, Giuseppe Penone, Gianni Pettena, Vettor Pisani, Emilio Prini, Salvo (Salvatore Mangione), Gerry Schum, Cesare Tacchi, Franco Vaccari, Michele Zaza, Gilberto Zorio.

Photo Giuseppe Penone

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  • Benny Nemer

Pour vous séduire

8 October - 4 December 2022

La Crypte d'Orsay

With : Benny Nemer, Anne-Charlotte Finel, Julie C. Fortier, Paul Kindersley and Emmanuelle Villard

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Candida Höfer: Liechtenstein

30 September 2022 - 10 April 2023

Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein

For the first time, Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein and the Hilti Art Foundation are presenting a jointly conceived, integrated exhibition.

The focus is on Candida Höfer's photographs, which she has created especially for this show.  Her photographs are juxtaposed in a dialogue with selected artworks from the two collections such as the work of Sâadane Afif.


With : Saâdane Afif, Josef Albers, Polly Apfelbaum, Joseph Beuys, Umberto Boccioni, Bill Bollinger, Nina Canell, Andreas Christen, Gianni Colombo, Edith Dekyndt, Latifa Echakhch, Luciano Fabro, Helmut Federle, Dan Flavin, Lucio Fontana, Günter Fruhtrunk, Gerhard von Graevenitz, Gotthard Graubner, Donald Judd, Kerstin Kartscher, Konrad Klapheck, Julije Knifer, Imi Knoebel, Anna Kołodziejska, Gary Kuehn, Fernand Léger, Barry Le Va, Verena Loewensberg, René Magritte, Kazimir Malevich, Rita McBride, Piet Mondrian, François Morellet, Charlotte Moth, Bruce Nauman, Giulio Paolini, Steven Parrino, Dan Peterman, Emilio Prini, Pamela Rosenkranz, Fred Sandback, Keith Sonnier, Yves Tanguy, André Thomkins, Rosemarie Trockel, Gilberto Zorio.


Curated by : Christiane Meyer-Stoll, Letizia Ragaglia and Uwe Wieczorek.

A production of Kunstmuseum Liechtenstein and the Hilti Art Foundation.


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29 September 2022 - 5 February 2023

Museum of Modern Art of Bogota

An Uncertain Pleasure is an exhibition that focuses on multimedia. The title of the exhibition is taken from the eponymous work by Zhang Peili, a pioneer of video art in China, and pays homage to the global, cultural and geographically multifaceted perspectives addressed in the collection, which is unique in its heterogeneity.

The exhibition is divided into 4 thematic divisions, highlighting some of the concepts that are transversally manifested in the collection: socio-political questions, identity politics, the representation and fragmentation of the body, performativity and performance, globalization and diaspora. The title of the exhibition is taken from the eponymous work by Zhang Peili, a pioneer of video art in China, and pays homage to the global, cultural and geographically multifaceted perspectives addressed in the collection, which is unique in its heterogeneity.

Curated by Eugenio Viola

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Une situation

24 September - 19 November 2022

Une exposition rétrospective en huit volets successifs

With : Robert Barry

Curators : Mathieu Copeland and Circuit

9, av. de Montchoisi
CH – 1001 Lausanne

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Aller contre le vent - Performances, actions et autres rituels

17 September 2022 - 23 January 2023

L'Arc - Scène National Le Creusot

Until January 28, 2023, L'arc - scène nationale Le Creusot and the Fonds Régional d'Art Contemporain de Besançon are presenting an exhibition of works from the FRAC which highlight the notions of duration, ephemerality, movement and the living. Everything that highlights the crossroads between the so-called plastic and living arts.

Curator : Sylvie Zavatta

With the work of : Saâdane Afif, Marina Abramović, Eric Baudelaire, Neal Beggs, Jean-Christophe Norman, Laurent Tixador, Ulla von Brandeburg, Alex Cecchetti, Compagnie Labkine (Lise Daynac and Valeria Giuga), Manon de BOer, Cyprien Gaillard, Mario García Torres, John Giorno, Július Koller, Micha Laury, Régis Perray, Matthieu Saladin, Shimabuku, Roman Signer et The Play. 

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photo credit : © The Play, Wind : Wandering in the Wind, Sarobetsu, Hokkaido, 1976. Collection Frac Franche-Comté © The Play.


Total Recall, 112 398 signes (espaces compris)

17 - 17 September 2022

Nathalie Leleu

In 2011, two artists, Damien Beguet and P. Nicolas Ledoux, decided to reactivate the work of the artist Ludovic Chemarin who had ceased his activity a few years earlier. They bought his name and the patrimonial rights of his past creations, then his image, his signature...

In the form of a diary, this biography recounts over 100 key days of the project over ten years. In a precise and distanced way, it documents the daily work of a work in progress. Between anecdotes and work sessions, meetings, openings, trips, this book is both the heart of the Ludovic Chemarin© project and a rare and precious observation on the mechanisms of contemporary creation, its uses as well as its social, cultural and artistic protocols.

Textes by Nathalie Leleu with Damien Beguet, P. Nicolas Ledoux


Ekphrasis Grant ADAGP

16 September 2022

Having a critical text is an essential step in an artist's career. Criticism confronts the artist with an outside viewpoint, places him or her in the history of art, and gives the work a literary dimension. This is why the ADAGP created the Ekphrasis grant in 2020 with AICA France and Le Quotidien de l'Art, which brings together 10 artists and art critics. Each edition consists of 10 grants, each worth €2,000, which finance the writing, translation and publication of the critical text in Le Quotidien de l'Art. Initially, 10 artists were selected by the scholarship jury. A call for projects was then made to the critics of AICA France so that they could offer their pen to the winning artists.

The 10 artist/critic duos for 2022 are

Laurent PERNOT / Aurélie BARNIER
Isabelle FERREIRA / Fabienne BIDEAUD
Chloé DUGIT-GROS / Florian GAITE
Alix DELMAS / Véronique GODE


The MAD's beer!

9 September 2022

Multiple Art Days, FIMINCO Foundation, Romainville

In partnership with Brasserie Demory-Paris, MAD invites artist Elsa Werth to create a MAD beer in collaboration with brewer Frank Trosset.

In limited edition, you can taste it during MAD7.
Launch Friday, September 9 at 9pm at Coutume Café at the FIMINCO Foundation.

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Body Politics

8 September 2022 - 8 January 2023

Barbican Art Gallery, London

The first major survey of Carolee Schneemann's work in the UK, tracing her diverse, transgressive and interdisciplinary expression over six decades.

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Yasmine and the Seven Faces of the Heptahedron

8 September - 6 November 2022

Bergen Assembly 2022, Bergen, Norway

Curator: Yasmine d'O.


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6 September - 29 October 2022

23e Prix Fondation Pernod Ricard

Curator: Clément Dirié

Artists: Hélène Bertin, Timothée Calame, Fabiana Ex-Souza, Eva Nielsen, Benoît Piéron, Jean-Michel Sanejouand, Elsa Werth

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27 August - 6 November 2022

Kunstmuseum St.Gallen, Switzerland

Curator: Roland Wäspe

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Sol LeWitt: Artist and Collector at Play

23 July - 16 October 2022

Lyman Allyn Art Museum, London

With: John Baldessari, Alighiero Boetti, Jenny Holtzer, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mel Bochner, Robert Lazzarini, and On Kawara, among others.

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Dix milliards d'années

22 July - 30 October 2022

MAH - Musée d'art et d'histoire, Geneva, Switzerland

With the participation of: Alighiero Boetti, Brognon Rollin, Valentin Carron, Alicja Kwade, David Lamelas, Miriam Laura Leonardi, Philippe Mayaux, Jonathan Monk, François Morellet, Gianni Motti

Curators: MAH

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4 July - 22 September 2022

ARLES Les rencontres de la photographie


The Rencontres d'Arles is delighted to present, for the first time in France, the exhibition A Feminist Avant-Garde. Photographs and Performances of the 1970s from the Verbund Collection, Vienna, with over 200 works by 71 female artists. The exhibition title refers to “an” Avant-Garde, one containing a multitude of feminist movements, diverse in age, nationality, and culture. Feminisms are also considered in intersectional terms because some of those female artists have experienced, and continue to experience, multiple forms of discrimination, including racism, classism, and gender. The exhibition is divided into five themes: women's reduction to “wife, mother, and housewife”; their resulting feeling of “being locked-up”; the questioning of “dictates of beauty and representations of female bodies”; explorations of “female sexuality”; and debates around “female roles and identities.”


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Geist: Jean-Baptiste Farkas

30 June - 8 July 2022

Talks and meetings with and about Jean-Baptiste Farkas' work.

Upcoming talk at the gallery:

Saturday, July 2 from 3 pm to 5 pm

Annabelle Constant, head of Cultural and Educational Services  - MAM / Musée d'art moderne de Paris
Jean-Baptiste Farkas, artist
Annabelle Constant and Jean-Baptiste Farkas will present the aims of the PRACTICES IN REMOVE platform, which studies and practices the notion of minus in all kinds of contexts and repertoires.

Previous talks:
Friday, May 6 from 5 pm to 7 pm
Stéphanie Airaud, conservatrice du patrimoine

Sandra Cattini, responsable de la collection arts décoratifs, design et métiers d'art, Centre national des arts plastiques (Cnap)

Jean-Baptiste Farkas, artiste

Friday, June 24 from 5 pm to 7 pm

Jean-Baptiste Farkas, artist

Camille Paulhan, art critic

Laurence Corbel, teacher researcher, University of Rennes 2


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Stay Hungry

29 June - 3 July 2022

Le Carreau du Temple, Paris

Outside the gallery

9° Biennale Internationale d'art contemporain de Melle

25 June - 25 September 2022

Melle, France

Curator Alexandre Bohn
(Collection of FRAC Poitou-Charentes)

Outside the gallery

Il était une fois…

24 June - 20 November 2022

FRAC Champagne-Ardenne, Reims, France

With: Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Saâdane Afif, Ouassila Arras, Alex Ayed, Sophie Barber, Orian Barki et Meriem Bennani, Étienne Chambaud, Gaëlle Choisne, Rabiya Choudhry, Julien Creuzet, Freya Dooley, David Douard, Charlotte Dualé, Nathanaëlle Herbelin, Florence Jung, LOW PROFILE, Randa Maroufi, Juliette Mock, Nicolas Momeim, Joanna Piotrowska, Sara Sadik, Rosalie Schweiker, Agnès Thurnauer, Julia Wachtel

Curator: Marie Griffay

Outside the gallery


18 June - 3 September 2022

Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, Canada

SHUTTER is the fourth in an ongoing series of medium-centric group exhibitions presented at Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, curated by Arin Fay, which explore specific medium through as diverse a lens as possible. SHUTTER brings together artists: Dayna Danger, Adad Hannah, Sandra Semchuk/Jerry DesVoignes, Thaddeus Holownia, Althea Thauberger, Suzy Lake and Fred Rosenberg. Before there was SHUTTER there was WORD; LOST THREAD; and THROWN. These group exhibitions are a means of creating a curated and critical discourse w/ artist from across Canada that involve issues of: place/environment, identity politics and other diasporic realities, means and method, craft vs art, urban vs rural, and many other actualities and approaches which pertain to the respective artists involved. The discourse that these group exhibitions foster is centred on the artworks themselves, both in concert and meaningful disconnect, but also through the narrative elements and representative place of artists within the country, within their careers, and through their respective work and perspectives.

Outside the gallery

Broken Currencies

17 June - 16 July 2022


Solo show

Outside the gallery

Ici le temps du monde fini commence

11 June - 23 July 2022

CIRCUIT - Centre d'art contemporain, Lausanne

Outside the gallery

Athens Photo Festival 2022

8 June - 24 July 2022

Benaki Museum Pireos, Athens, Greece

Curator: Hercules Papaioannou

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Solo show : Coût de dette, balayette!

3 June - 26 August 2022

3Cinq / Centre d'art contemporain, Place du Temple, 59000 Lille


Paris Gallery Weekend

19 - 22 May 2022

Paris Gallery Weekend returns ! For four festive days, 106 Parisian modern and contemporary art galleries will warmly welcome visitors to discover their exhibitions and meet the various actors of the art world.

Exceptional opening of the gallery from 11am to 7pm from Thursday 19th to Saturday 21st May
Special opening of the gallery on Sunday 22 May from 2pm to 6pm

Discover the complete program, the agenda and the itineraries of the weekend on: www.parisgalleryweekend.com


Comme si

11 May - 21 August 2022

LaM, Lille Métropole Musée d'art moderne, d'art contemporain et d'art brut

A key figure on the international art scene, winner of the prestigious Praemium Imperiale in 2016, Annette Messager will be taking over the LaM from 11 May to 21 August 2022, for one the most important exhibitions held by a French public institution since her retrospective at the National Museum of Modern Art in 2007. For this new rendezvous, organised as part of the latest edition of lille3000, Utopia, the artist has chosen to present previously unseen works – drawings and installations – in which she proposes her own utopia, in which reality is tricked and taunted thanks to the magic of fiction.

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Une histoire de famille, Collection(s) Robelin - Exhibition

20 April - 10 July 2022

MAC Lyon

Group show

Curator: Camille Morineau
Associate curator: Camille Anderson

With the works by:
Gianfranco Baruchello, George Brecht, Jean-Marc Bustamante, Michael Buthe, Vlassis Caniaris, Franck Chalendard, Erik Dietman, Helmut Dorner, Elger Esser, Robert Filliou, Günther Förg, Hreinn Friðfinnsson, Pia Fries, Bernard Frize, Jochen Gerz, Rodney Graham, Olaf Holzapfel, Callum Innes, Harald Klingelhöller, Annette Messager, Wilhelm Mundt, Tom Phillips, Pascal Pinaud, Éric Poitevin, Denis Pondruel, Dieter Roth, Thomas Ruff, Anne-Marie Schneider, Thomas Schütte, David Shrigley, Thomas Struth, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Mitja Tušek, Françoise Vergier, James Welling


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Biennale SIANA : En lieux et places.

20 April - 21 May 2022

CAAPP, Centre Art Architecture Paysage Patrimoine, 2 avenue de Ratisbonne 91000 Evry-Courcouronne

With Barthélémy Antoine-Loeff, Frédéric Gelbseiden, Jean-Benoît Lallemant, Nøne Futbol Club
Curator: Nicolas Rosette


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"On The Approach" A Perspective On The Collection

6 April - 29 October 2022

Fondation CAB Saint-Paul-de-Vence

With: Josef Albers, Martin Barré, André Cadere, Dan Flavin, Ann Veronica Janssens, Imi Knœbel, Kenneth Noland, Claude Rutault, Keith Sonnier, Frank Stella, Anne Truitt and Heimo Zobernig

Curator: Grégory Lang

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Talk with the artists of "Love Songs"

31 March 2022

Maison européenne de la photographie, Paris

Thursday, March 31 at 6:30 pm
With JH Engström, Leigh Ledare and Margot Wallard.
Moderator Simon Baker

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Love Songs, Photographies de l'intime

30 March - 21 August 2022

Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris

With Nobuyoshi Araki, Nan Goldin and René Groebli, Emmet Gowin, Larry Clark, Sally Mann, Leigh Ledare, Hervé Guibert, Alix Cléo Roubaud, JH Engström & Margot Wallard, RongRong&inri, Lin Zhipeng (aka No 223), Hideka Tonomura, Collier Schorr.

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3 Collectionneurs #9

26 March - 15 May 2022

Eté 78, Rue de l'Eté 78, Ixelles Belgium

With Brognon Rollin, Aleksandra Chaushova, Claude Closky, Natalie Czech, Cyprien Gaillard, Marine Hugonnier, Sven't Jolle, Olga Kisseleva, Kolkoz, Laura Lamiel, Caroline Le Méhauté, Dominique Leroy, Adrian Melis, Anne Neukamp et Katie Paterson.

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Intertwingled. The role of the Rug in Arts, Crafts and Design

21 March - 4 September 2022

Galleria Nazionale, Roma

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On Kawara

12 March - 1 April 2022

Saint-Martin Bookshop X mfc-michèle didier

In March 2022, Saint-Martin Bookshop* will open an exhibition dedicated to On Kawara, which will present the artist's major works that have been produced as editions and published by mfc-michèle didier.

I Read, 1966–1995/2017
I Got Up, 1968–1979/2008
I Went, 1968–1979/2007
I Met, 1968–1979/2004
One Million Years, 1970–1998/1999

During the exhibition, different sessions of One Million Years reading will take place. Since 1993, and conforming to the artist's wishes, the readings are performed according to a protocol by two voices of opposite tessituras for each performance.

*Saint-Martin Bookshop
Rue de Flandre 114 Vlaamsesteenweg
1000 Brussels, Belgium
+32 (0)487 13 65 72

Exhibition from March 12 to 1 April, 2022
Opening on Saturday, 12th March from 6 to 9pm
Finishing on April 1, from 6 to 9pm

Reading of One Million Years by On Kawara:
Saturday 12/03 at 7pm - 2 persons
Wednesday 16/03 at 2pm - 2 persons
Wednesday 16/03 at 5pm - 2 persons
Wednesday 16/03 at 6pm - 2 persons
Saturday 19/03 at 11am - 2 persons
Wednesday 23/03 at 5pm - 2 persons
Saturday 26/03 at 11am - 2 persons
Wednesday 30/03 at 5pm - 2 persons
Wednesday 30/03 at 7pm - 2 persons
Friday 04/01 at 7pm - 2 persons

Exceptional production of a poster by mfc-michèle didier and Saint-Martin Bookshop in partnership with the One Million Years Foundation. All proceeds from the sale will be donated to the Red Cross for Ukrainian children.

Screening of Yuki Okumura's film, The Man Who
2019, HD video, 116 minutes 15 seconds. A series of interviews conducted by Yuki Okumura in December 2018, and January and February 2019.
This film contains memories, or description of memories of «him», narrated by nine persons. This film will be shown with other works by the artist as an «exhibition within the exhibition».

Special thanks to the One Million Years Foundation, established by the artist On Kawara

Outside the gallery

  • Benny Nemer

A Secret Chord

2 March - 25 June 2022

Le Bel Ordinaire, Billère, France

Group show
Curated by Romain Jarry

With Ismaïl Bahri, Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, Catherine Contour, Abdessamad El Montassir et Matthieu Guillin, Anne-Charlotte Finel et Voiski, Graham Gussin, Alexander Gutke, Ann Veronica Janssens, Marion Mallet, Robert Morris, Benny Nemer, Giuseppe Penone, Ben Russell, Ulla Von Brandenburg, Apichatpong Weerasethakul

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Talks, L'envers déplié

25 February 2022

HEAR, Strasbourg


Collection 1970s - Present

22 February 2022

Moma, New York

Now on view

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The Violence of Handwriting Across a Page

19 February - 15 May 2022

Basel kunstmeum

Louise Bourgeois x Jenny Holzer

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  • Benny Nemer

The Making Known

18 February - 8 April 2022

Flaten Art Museum, Northfield, Minnesota, USA

Solo exhibition curated by Jane Becker Nelson

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Premièrement, Deuxièmement, Troisièmement

18 February - 2 April 2022

Entre Deux Portes, Brussels

64 rue de Namur - 1000 Bruxelles

Exhibition from 02.18 to 04.02, from Tuesday to Saturday, from 11 am to 6 pm
With the support of Uptown design

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Entretien sur l'art avec Jill Gasparina

10 February 2022

Fondation d'entreprise Pernod Ricard, Paris

Talk between Jill Gasparina and Claude Closky

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I'm All Tomorrow's Broken Hearts

8 February 2022

NFT Collection public launch

Brognon Rollin is offering all their past and future museum labels for sale in NFT. Each, French and English version, is unique and has the same price than the work described.

I'm All Tomorrow's Broken Hearts NFT collection is now for sale on OpenSea with the support of mfc-michèle didier. Click here to purchase your NFT.

"We are storytellers. Each of our works is a tale to read, contemplate, understand, and share. Each story is a prophecy of the work to come, subsequently transformed into a written description for the visitor on the walls of our exhibitions. The caption itself becomes an artwork, whispered to a friend to guide their visual and intellectual wanderings." Brognon Rollin

The texts are signed by Anthony van den Bossche and the graphic design is by Fred Thouillot. The font of the wall labels is the one used for the packaging of the generic version of Propranolol, a beta blocker prescribed to treat anxiety, PTSD, and heartbreak.


Art Explora - Cité internationale des arts

28 January 2022

2022 artist residency programme

Art Explora is sustainably associating with the Cité internationale des arts to co-construct a new biannual residency program for international artists and researchers. This program offers the possibility for artists and researchers to carry out research and creation work in the heart of Paris, in connection with the French artistic and professional scene.

The first session started in March 2021 with 13 residents.

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Warm. Checking Temperature in Three Acts

22 January - 27 March 2022

18th Tallinn Print Triennial

Curator: Róna Kopeczky
With ArtLeaks, Jasmina Cibic, Hubert Czerepok, Agnes Denes, Igor Eškinja, Oxana Gourinovitch, Ferenc Gróf, Flo Kasearu, Eva Koťátková | Volodymyr Kuznetsov, Irena Lagator, Olson Lamaj, Marko Mäetamm, Alexander Manuiloff, Dóra Maurer, Raul Meel, Katja Novitskova, Dan Perjovschi, Géza Perneczky, Nada Prlja, Kaisa Puustak, Driton Selmani, Slavs and Tatars, Société Réaliste, Bojan Stojčić, Endre Tót

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Aller contre le vent Performances, actions et autres rituels

22 January - 30 April 2022

With works by Marina Abramovic, Saâdane Afif, Maja Bajevic et Emanuel Licha, Béatrice Balcou, Éric Baudelaire, Neal Beggs et Jean-Christophe Norman et Laurent Tixador, Patrick Bernier et Olive Martin, Davide Bertocchi, Ulla von Brandenburg, Alex Cecchetti, Elisabeth S. Clark, Compagnie Labkine, Lise Daynac & Valeria Giuga, Manon De Boer, Cyprien Gaillard, Mario García Torres, Gerard & Kelly, John Giorno, Anna Holveck, Ann Veronica Janssens, Július Koller, Micha Laury, Xavier Le Roy, Élodie Lesourd, Marie Lund, Angelica Mesiti, Ari Benjamin Meyers, Roman Ondak, Régis Perray, Matthieu Saladin, Shimabuku, Roman Signer, Cally Spooner, The Play, Untel.

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Outside the gallery

  • Benny Nemer

The Politics of Sound

20 January - 10 April 2022

Two Rivers Gallery, Prince George, Canada

Group exhibition
Curated by Tyler J Stewart,

With artworks by jamilah malika abu-bakare, Adam Basanta, Michèle Pearson Clarke, Marjie Crop Eared Wolf, Maskull Lasserre, Benny Nemer, and Jessica Thompson.

Featured artwork: Marjie Crop Eared Wolf. Niitsi'powahsin Secwepemctsín (detail), 2021-2022. Installation.

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BioMedia - The Age of Media with Life-like Behavior

18 December 2021 - 28 August 2022

ZKM | Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe

Curators: Peter Weibel, Sarah Donderer and Daria Mille


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A Slower Dawn! Vanishing Points 4.0

17 December 2021 - 30 January 2022

Trafó Gallery, Prague

A Slower Dawn! Vanishing Points 4.0 – Contemporary reflections on antisemitism and Jewish identity after the fall of the Iron Curtain
Curator Tamás Don
With Kitti Gosztola, Ferenc Gróf, Szabolcs KissPál, Csilla Nagy, Bence György Pálinkás

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Outside the gallery

  • Benny Nemer

VIH/sida : l'épidémie n'est pas finie!

15 December 2021 - 2 May 2022

MUCEM, Marseille


23rd Pernod Ricard Foundation Prize

13 December 2021

Elsa Werth nominated for a prize

With Hélène Bertin, Timothée Calame, Fabiana Ex-Souza, Eva Nielsen, Benoît Piéron, Elsa Werth + Jean-Michel Sanejouand.

Curator Clément Dirié

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Les Disparues

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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We Have Never Been Closer

24 November 2021 - 4 March 2022

Tranzit.sk, Bratislava

Curators: Dušan Barok, Ivana Rumanová

With Jan Čumlivski, D'epog, Ferenc Gróf, Nadácia Hermit a Centrum pre metamédiá Plasy, Nadácia pre mediálny výskum, Lucia Repašská, Spoločnosť pre nekonvenčnú hudbu (SNEH), Matěj Sýkora, Štúdio erté, Transmusic Comp

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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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Double Je - Donation Durand-Dessert & Collections MAMC+

20 November 2021 - 18 September 2022

MAMC+, Saint-Priest-en-Jarez, France

Curator : Alexandre Quoi

With: Carel Balth, Joseph Beuys, Alighiero Boetti, Christian Boltanski, Troy Brauntuch, Marcel Broodthaers, Victor Burgin, André Cadere, Alan Charlton, Gérard Collin-Thiébaut, Hanne Darboven, Luciano Fabro, Helmut Federle, Hans-Peter Feldmann, Barry Flanagan, Gérard Garouste, John Hilliard, Jannis Kounellis, Bertrand Lavier, Lefevre Jean-Claude, Jean Le Gac, Mario Merz, Annette Messager, Jacques Monory, François Morellet, Yves Oppenheim, Giulio Paolini, Michel Parmentier, Pino Pascali, Michelangelo Pistoletto, Bernard Rancillac, Gerhard Richter, Ulrich Rückriem, Claude Rutault, Fred Sandback, Djamel Tatah, Patrick Tosani, David Tremlett, Lee Ufan, Ger van Elk, Michel Verjux, Jan Vercruysse, Andy Warhol, William Wegman, …

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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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The Voice of Things. Highlights of the Centre Pompidou Collection

27 July 2021 - 5 February 2023

West Bund Museum Project Shanghai

After "The Shape of Time", the inaugural exhibition of the collection, the Centre Pompidou × West Bund Museum Project is revealing the second chapter of its semi-permanent exhibition, "The Voice of Things", on display from the summer of 2021 until the start of 2023. 
The new exhibition brings together a collection of emblematic works, ranging from the avant-gardes of the early 20th century testifying to the revolution in aesthetic norms and the very status of the work of art, to the most recent artist creations that question our globalised world, and illustrates the importance of the object in the history of modernity.

The title of the exhibition is taken from the English translation of Le Parti Pris des choses ["The Voice of Things"], the iconic collection of prose poems by French poet and resistance fighter Francis Ponge (1899-1988), published in 1942 during the Second World War. In it, he describes the beauty of banality and opens up a new way of looking at things and bringing them to life.

The first rooms are dedicated to objects representing the deconstruction of space and the expression of modern beauty, even questioning the meaning of art with Marcel Duchamp's ready-made and "objects of affection" with Man Ray. Next, the Surrealist objects – susceptible to doubts as much as to dreams – offer an inexhaustible source of visual poetry alongside a return to classicism with realistic paintings by Bernard Buffet and Jürg Kreienbühl in the 1950s.  Two other spaces display the celebration of the object through photography – from Herbert Bayer and René Zuber to Martin Parr and Thomas Demand –  and through design. Since the 1950s, designers such as  Pier Giacomo, Achille Castiglioni, Gae Aulenti, Andrea Branzi, Dov Ganchrow, Ami Drach and Jean-Baptiste Fastrez, have been pushing back the limits of the object and questioning not only its functional, but also its spiritual dimension.

The second part of the exhibition offers an overview of how objects were considered in art after the shift that occurred with the advent of the consumer society after World War One. Pop Art artists and members of the New Realism and Fluxus movements conferred a whole new emotional dimension on the residues of a society ruled by consumption. Some artists represented  a spiritual quest and exploration of the self through assemblage. Works became vectors of a narrative to invent "individual mythologies".

The exhibition ends with a presentation of recent works through which artists continue to freely question our relationship with things in a globalised world, while still referring to the history of the object in art and perpetuating, in a way, the genre of still life which has been, and often still is, a pretext for experimenting with styles or painting the hidden side of things: in short,  an inexhaustible subject.

Curator Bernard Blistène

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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

Outside the gallery

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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  • None Fútbol Club

Sold Out After Crisis

24 June - 4 July 2021

Poush Manifesto, Clichy

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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.

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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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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, œuvres 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

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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)

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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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