Theo Mercier

Théo Mercier’s exhibition OUTREMONDE

The exhibition 𝘖𝘜𝘛𝘙𝘌𝘔𝘖𝘕𝘋𝘌 by Théo Mercier constitutes a sort of gray zone where the white cube of the art museum and the black box of the performance hall meet, while incorporating the artist’s two practices of sculptor and director. Mercier has transformed the basement of the Lambert Collection into a dune landscape where sand has invaded every corner. This […]

Théo Mercier @Le Portique, Havre

The solo-exhibition Nécrocéan explores Théo Mercier’s artistic practice as the artist takes us through a mysterious journey. In order to make each work, Mercier recuperated objects from the trash in Mexico City and transformed them. The exhibition evokes the universe of the sea as an invitation to travel, but also and above all as a space for […]

Théo Mercier @Musée du Quai Branly

Discover Théo Mercier’s latest artistic production in the exhibition EX AFRICA, now on view at the Quai Branly Museum in Paris. Through a path exploring contemporary creation in all its forms, the exhibition examines relations between today’s art and old African arts. 

mor charpentier @ FIAC OVR

mor charpentier will be a part of FIAC Online Viewing Rooms from the 4th until the 7th of March 2021. Our online viewing room will feature the works of Bianca Bondi, Théo Mercier, Saâdane Afif, Liliana Porter and Lawrence Abu Hamdan. Visit FIAC.com to login.

Théo Mercier presents Big Sisters @Actoral Marseille

Following Affordable Solution for Better Living, Steven Michel and Théo Mercier continue to explore biopower with BIG SISTERS. The piece is conceived and designed for four dancers aged 23 to 65, including Laura Belgrano, Lili Buvat, Marie de Corte and Mimi Wascher. Envisioned like an experimental film and inspired by “Les Guérillères” of the feminist author and […]

Théo Mercier at the Jameel Arts Center

Bringing together 13 artists and collectives, ‘Phantom Limb’ interrogates our lived relationship to material heritage. Ranging across diverse media, the works on display pose pressing questions around the writing of history, the weaponization of heritage and the construction of foundation myths.

Theo Mercier at the Roma Europa Festival

Visual artist Theo Mercier and dancer Steven Michel (recipients of the Silver Lion for Dance at the 2019 Venice Biennale) build an ironic and ruthless critique against the illusion of freedom and well-being promoted by major commercial powers.

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