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 […]
Discover Lawrence Abu Hamdan’s audio investigations in INFORMATION (Today), a group show featuring contemporary artists seeking to unravel the phenomenon of excess data that we are currently experiencing. The show features a range of artistic positions, including recent work and new commissions in diverse media, thus providing an overview of some of the most promising and challenging practices grappling with data, technology, […]
The city of Bogotá has always held a special place for us, from its bustling contemporary art scene to its fascinating history, it has often felt like a second home for mor charpentier. We are pleased to announce the upcoming opening of our new space in Bogotá. We are full of excitement and gratitude as we […]
The exhibition Saâdane Afif : The Fountain Archives and Beyond opens at Fundació Antoni Tàpies the 19th of June, 2021. Curated by Yasmine d’O, the show explores Afif’s iconic works, from his references to Marcel Duchamp to his collaborative musical creations. This exhibition also coincides with the Presentation of the artist’s monograph Morceaux choisis on the 17th of June also at the Fundació Antoni Tàpies.
Uriel Orlow is currently presenting his acclaimed film The Crown Against Mafavuke (2016) in the Momentum 11 Biennial. Curated by Théo-Mario Coppola, the title House of Commons refers to notions of commonality and sharing explored by thinks such as Elinor Ostrom. The event is shaped by togetherness and horizontality. By placing commonality at its core, it operated as a shared […]
We would like to congratulate Bianca Bondi for being selected as one the winners for the 10th edition of the Talents Contemporains Prize. Chaired by Jean-Noël Jeanneney, the François Schneider Foundation chose Bondi’s sculpture The Wishing Well II as one of the winning pieces.
La vie à elle-même is a collective exhibition that transforms itself over time: the works produced specifically for the project are designed to react and change in relation to the life of the site. The works of Bianca Bondi will be featured in this show, as her installations constantly harness natural chemical reactions to create progressive […]
Discover the works of Nohemí Pérez in the exhibition Drawing Power – Children of Compost opening on June 10th at the FRAC Picardie. This show aims to explores the way artists use drawing to represent, act and reflect on current ecological issues. From data collection to site-specific interventions, drawing acts as an interface to raise awareness for climate issues, and […]
The exhibition On Loop at the In Extenso Art Space aims to open up a space for experimentation as we search for alternative ways of living together and forging relationships. Curated by Pietro della Giustina and featuring works by Enzo Mianes and Michel Blazy, the exhibition is spread through several places of Clermont-Ferrand. Each location seeks to sensitize the public on the survival of ecosystems […]
Discover the film How to Kill a Bear or Becoming Jamila by Marwa Arsanios as part of the exhibition Alger: Archipel des Libertés. The show brings together fifteen artists that reflect African struggles and recount iconic and little-known revolutionary trajectories from the continent. Alger: Archipel des Libertés opens on the 4th of June, 2021 at FRAC Centre Val de Loire.
Join us on June 3-6 during Paris Gallery Weekend and discover our current exhibition Resisting Bodies featuring the works of Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Saâdane Afif, Kader Attia and Teresa Margolles. This new exhibition revolves around the idea of the body, whether it is as a battleground, as a receptacle of memory or as a means for expression, these corporeal representations often transcend our individual subjectivities and point […]
Congratulations to Lawrence Abu Hamdan for being selected as part of the artist lineup of the São Paulo Bienal for its thirty-fourth edition. Titled 𝘍𝘢𝘻 𝘌𝘴𝘤𝘶𝘳𝘰 𝘮𝘢𝘴 𝘦𝘶 𝘤𝘢𝘯𝘵𝘰 (Though It’s Dark, Still I Sing) and curated by Jacopo Crivelli Visconti, the biennial takes its name from a 1965 poem by Amazonian Thiago de Mello. The biennial will open on September 2021, stay tuned to know more about Abu Hamdan’s works.