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MARK ROTHKO’S JOURNEY THROUGH ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM AT FOUNDATION LOUIS VUITTON
The Foundation Louis Vuitton presents a major retrospective of Mark Rothko’s work. Curated by Suzanne Pagé and Christopher Rothko, this is the first exhibition dedicated to the artist since the 1999 retrospective at the musée d’Art modern de la Ville de Paris.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: ART EXPLORA – RESIDENCY PROGRAM 2024
Art Explora Foundation, the international foundation that fosters new encounters between arts and audiences, locally, nationally and internationally, is pleased to announce that the call for applications for the Art Explora—Cité internationale des Arts Residency Programme 2024 is now open. Application deadline: November 7th, 2023.
MARTÍN REYNA PRESENTED FLUIDES AT GALERIE BESSIERE, PARIS
The experience of visiting the exhibition of Martín Reyna (Buenos Aires, Argentina) at the galerie Bessiere called Fluides is truly captivating. To achieve this, the artist took full advantage of the topographical qualities of the exhibition space. Fluides is an installation that maps the artist's work including a selection of paintings, many of them in large format on paper as the main support.
TWO VENEZUELAN ARTISTS AT THE MAISON DE L'AMÉRIQUE LATINE
La Maison de l'Amérique latine presents two Venezuelan artists, Milton Ceberra and Pancho Quilici in the exhibition L'outreligne (The other line). It is curated by Christin Frérot.
HOPE AND NOSTALGIA. THE FRENCH PAVILION AT THE VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE
For its participation at the 18th International Venice Architecture Biennale through its national pavilion, France chose to be represented by the project Ball Theater.
A JOURNEY THROUGH THE WORK OF LILIANA PORTER
Les Abattoirs presents the first retrospective in France of Liliana Porter (born in Argentina in 1941, living in New York since 1964). With approximately one hundred works on display, the exhibition takes the viewer on a voyage through her art.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: ISEA2023 SYMBIOSIS
Call for proposals is still open for artists, designers, collectives, networks, innovators, engineers, researchers and academics. Deadline for the call: December 9, 2022.
16TH BIENNIAL OF LYON - MANIFESTO OF FRAGILITY
Conceived between a pandemic and a war in Europe, the 16th edition of the Biennale de Lyon "Manifesto of fragility", affirms fragility as intrinsically linked to a form of resistance initiated in the past, in tune with the present and capable of facing the future.
THE INSEPARABILITY OF ART AND POLITICAL ACTION – LEÓN FERRARI AT THE POMPIDOU
The Centre Pompidou hosts for the first time the sculptures, collages, artist's books, drawings and assemblages by the artist León Ferrari (1920-2013), considered one of the most influential in Latin America.
PARIS - CINETIQUE! THE SCULPTURE IN MOVEMENT
Welcome to the fascinating world of kinetic art! The Espace Monte-Cristo, the Parisian headquarters of the Fondation Villa Datris-Isle-sur-la-Sorgue, presents to celebrate its fifth anniversary "Cinétique! La sculpture en mouvement" (Kinetic! Sculpture in movement). The staging of this exhibition allows us to discover the creations of 25 French and international artists; kinetic sculptures from the 60s to the present mixing historical and scientific references. Static, dynamic or mechanical, these works play with our perception and evolve according to our movements. A colorful, sonorous, rhythmic and moving journey opens up before us.
“GRACIELA ITURBIDE: HELIOTROPO 37” AT FONDATION CARTIER POUR L’ART CONTEMPORAIN
The Cartier Foundation presents "Heliotropo 37", the first major exhibition in France dedicated to the work of Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide. It brings together more than 200 images from the 1970s to today. Photographs from the most iconic to the most recent, as well as a color series specially produced for the exhibition. If today she is famous for her portraits of the Indians of the Sonoran Desert, the women of Juchitán, or for her photographic essays on the ancestral communities and traditions of Mexico, Graciela Iturbide also draws an almost spiritual focus to landscapes and objects. Showing for the first time these two facets, these two points of view of the artist's work, the exhibition thus offers a renewed vision and reveals her great contribution to photographic art.
GRACIELA ITURBIDE EXHIBITS IN FONDATION CARTIER
From February 12 to May 29, 2022, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presents Heliotropo 37, the first large exhibition devoted to Mexican photographer Graciela Iturbide in France, spanning works dating from the 1970s to the present day.