30 May 2019 — 08 Sep 2019
A comprehensive exhibition by Olivier Mosset (b. 1944 in Bern, lives in Tucson, Arizona) who has been one of the most radical representatives of contemporary painting, undermining the ideal of artistic originality by means of objectivity.
Alongside current large-format monochromes, shaped canvases from the past two decades, and several early works, intangible light images are also on display, developed by Madjid Hakimi, lighting designer at the Paris Opera, in collaboration with Olivier Mosset.
Exhibition from 1st june 2019 to 30th september 2019
From 1 June to 30 September 2019, the Festival La Gacilly-Baden Photo brings the world’s best photographers to Baden bei Wien on the theme Hymn to the Earth. Starting at the visitor centre on Brusattiplatz, the Festival winds through the old town of Baden and through Doblhoffpark, Gutenbrunner Park and Kurpark – in two routes of 7 kilometres in total.
In France, each summer, 400 000 people enjoy the largest and most exciting photo festival in Europe. No, not in Paris, but far from any metropolis, in the Breton village of La Gacilly. The outstanding quality of the Festival is what attracts visitors to the remote location. Festival Photo La Gacilly has now struck off and found a new, second, home in Baden bei Wien. From 1 June to 30 September, the Festival presents nearly 2 000 photographs, some of them on panels up to 280 sqm in size, on a route of 7 kilometres through the parks, lanes and squares of the town, grouped in pictorial narratives created by 38 of the world’s best photographers. In Baden as in La Gacilly entry is free.
Karen Knorr will be exhibiting a number of works as large outdoor screens from two bodies of work: India Song and Fables.
Exhibition from 4 June to 8 September 2019
Since 2008 Project Pressure has been commissioning world-renowned artists to conduct expeditions around the world, and for the first time these works will be shown together as MELTDOWN, a travelling exhibition premiering at the Natural History Museum, Vienna.
Exposition du 14 juin au 22 septembre 2019
Se mouvoir en cercles (et affoler la pensée) par la force du souvenir de quelque chose oublié.
Depuis 1977, les visiteurs et clients du château de Jau ont pu voir et souvent découvrir le travail d’artistes reconnus ou plus jeunes. Sabine Dauré, assistée de ses filles Régine et Estelle, a choisi cette année de montrer le travail de Dominique Gauthier. Plus d’informations
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 1st July to 22 September 2019
1970 — 2018 : LA MAISON BRITANNIQUE, UNE HISTOIRE POLITIQUE
Home Sweet Home réunit trente artistes, toutes générations confondues, qui nous font entrer dans l’intimité et le quotidien de la Grande-Bretagne, des années 1970 à aujourd’hui. Un tour du propriétaire qui éclaire sous différents angles les réalités sociales, culturelles et politiques, passées et présentes, de la société britannique.