From September 19th to October 25th 2020
Laia Abril’s exhibition “On Rape” is the second chapter to her project A History of Misogyny. It expands her ongoing visual archive of the systemic control of women’s bodies across time and cultures. Abril focuses on the institutional rape throughout a series of conceptual portraits, that together with their testimonies symbolises the different systemic rape cultures — inside marriage, the church, the army or the school.
From September 16th to November 15th 2020
Ramy Fischler, designer and founder of RF studio, and Scott Longfellow, director of the studio’s Office of Uses, analyse the role of fiction and futurism in imagining the uses of tomorrow. They explore the subject through an exhibition and a creation laboratory located in the Tripostal.
From March 14th to December 20th 2020
For the third consecutive year, the Espace Monte-Cristo presents in Paris the new acquisitions of the Villa Datris Foundation Collection (located in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue in the Luberon). Beasts of the stage in Paris! Les animaux dans la sculpture contemporaine revisits in a new scenography the exhibition which gathered more than 51,000 visitors in L’Isle-sur-la-Sorgue in 2019.
Through a selection of 57 sculptures by 29 French and international artists, it takes a contemporary artistic look at the animal: from wild beauty to the beast that slumbers within us.
Exhibition curator and scenography :
Pauline Ruiz and Jules Fourtine
Exhibition from February 25th to december 6th 2020
Occupying virtually all the museum , MAMCO’s retrospective reviews his career over almost 60 years, from the early experiments of the 1960s to his monumental recent works, via the painter’s reflections on artistic appropriation, monochrome painting, and shaped canvases.
At the same time, several rooms are devoted to movements and artists with whom Mosset was or remains closely associated, allowing us to consider his work in a variety of different contexts. In addition to a section devoted to the activities led with Buren, Parmentier, and Toroni, the exhibition features works by Nouveaux Réalistes (notably Jean Tinguely and Daniel Spoerri, for whom Mosset worked as an assistant), experimental film-makers’ collective Zanzibar (with whom Mosset directed, acted in and produced a number of films), American “Radical painting” of the 1970s and 1980s (including Marcia Hafif and Joseph Marioni) and artists such as Sherrie Levine, Steven Parrino, Cady Noland, John Armleder, and Sylvie Fleury, with whom he has maintained a regular dialogue.
The exhibition is organized by Paul Bernard and Lionel Bovier.