From October 12th to December 15th 2019
Since 2017, Laura Henno has been exploring the daily life of Slab City, a camp for marginalized people in the heart of the Californian desert. These images are part of the aesthetics of American documentary photography and reveal the human epic of the characters of this forgotten world.
From october 06th to january 26th 2020
Le projet porte le nom d’un numéro Prince. Van der Linden: “Cela fait référence à la signature des artistes et à l’esprit du temps, au moment où ils fabriquent le masque.” Les masques sont reliés par la forme, mais chacun a sa propre signature et son apparence. Katinka Lampe a maculé la forme des yeux et du nez jusqu’à ce qu’un fond en pente apparaisse sur laquelle elle a appliqué un visage peint avec un masque. Lisa Couwenbergh a traité le masque de base avec de la mousse PUR afin de créer une forme simplifiée, qu’elle a fournie avec un «tapis d’herbe». Marc Mulders a fait une variante blonde et une variante sombre, des contreparties telles que le jour et la nuit, tandis que Michiel van Nieuwkerk a utilisé de la terre.
From October 3th to December 14th 2019
The title of the exhibition resonates like a distant echo to history, to the history of representation, to the history of identities, to the multiplication of gazes.
To give meaning to an exhibition is to try to draw lines, to weave links to form a movement, a style, a genre, a trend. Try to create a delimitation to understand the meaning of creating meaning. A delimitation, a boundary to frame, to synthesize presentiments, intuitions, ideas.
From september 18th to november 03rd, 2019
There is a clear sense of urgency that is both rising and collective. It seems to be a matter of dis-ease, as philosopher Glenn Albrecht puts it. His diagnosis for our times is that of solastalgia—an illness at once psycho and somatic—affecting humanity at large, caused by a changing, once-familiar environment, whose fate seems beyond our control. Home becomes first uncanny, then hostile, like a nightmare in which one’s mother morphs into a stranger, then an enemy.
From September 14th to January 5th 2020
“To the lark’s song
In the morning with my faithful wheelbarrow”
The wind and the birds encourage me to pay tribute to the Horse Factor who, carried by his dream, has built his ideal Palace for 33 years. His meticulous observation of nature has given him the ability to transport us to other universes, dreamlike spaces, utopian spaces.
From August 24th to October 20th 2020
Telluris (from the Latin Tellus for the earth) extends Goudal’s earlier investigations into the sky to focus upon the earth. Journeying through Goudal’s installation, the viewer will encounter works from the artist’s last three photographic series; each depicting what look to be remote mountainous landscapes. Three dimensional in appearance, the images are in fact two dimensional backdrops. Re-staged and photographed in the landscape, there is a sense of familiarity about their geological forms and in the surrounding natural environment. At the same time, the mise-en-scène of each work reveals subtle elements of carefully constructed artifice; which disrupts the viewer’s perception of a unified mountain.
Exhibition from 6 july to 20 october 2019
The human voice, spoken or sung, which makes distant memories present, is at the heart of the artists’ work. The relationship that memory has with music is also evoked by records of songs and music from exile that include the exhibition as heritage objects. More information
From July 6th to October 20th 2019
The human voice, spoken or sung, which makes distant memories present, is at the heart of the artists’ work. The relationship that memory has with music is also evoked by records of songs and music from exile that integrate the exhibition as heritage objects.
Exhibition from 21 june to 20 october 2019
Settled in the near future, the season Futures of Love looks into the possible development of love and sexuality linked to new technology, scientific advances and the evolution of practices, customs and ideas.
Exhibition from 15 June 2019 to 11 November 2019
The exhibition will present the photographic work carried out by Catherine Poncin during her residency at the museum: a carte blanche around the museum’s collections combining creation and heritage dissemination where the artist proposes to bring together links between written and built heritage, history and memory, cultural actors and the local population in an approach. More information
Exhibition from 14 june to 10 november 2019
From June 14 2019, Frac Bretagne hosts a solo exhibition of Marcel Dinahet. Mostly unpublished, an important set of video works as well as powerful drawings in different formats, will be shown in all spaces. More information
Travelling exhibition from 14 june to 22 december 2019
Emrooz Gallery, Isfahan, Iran
No 324, Farshid Alley (No3), Second Abshar St.
14 June – 8 July 2019
Victoria Gallery, Samara, Russia
Nekrasovskaya St. 2
21 August – 22 September 2019
The Museum of Moscow, Moscow, Russia
Zubovskiy b-r, 2
14 November – 22 December 2019
Exhibition from 31 may to 3 november 2019
85 artists, confirmed and emerging, express their attachment and concern for all these forms of life, celebrating animal beauty, natural elegance, the fluidity of bodies and the extravagance of finery. More information
Exhibition from 30 mars to 3 november 2019
From gryphons to gargoyles and wyverns to wolves, come along and explore the hidden beasts lurking in the walls of Temple Newsam.