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28 SEPTEMBER - 31 DECEMBER 2012
CONTEMPORARY ART TOLD TO CHILDREN

LA SUCRIÈRE

This exhibition, curated by Patrick Amine, shows the work of Italian artist Gianni Colosimo. Young and adult visitors are invited to appropriate the works by reinterpreting emblematic works of art from the 20th and 21th centuries by artists such as Sol LeWitt, Jan Fabre, Marcel Broodthaers, Daniel Buren… The exhibition looks like a « tale » in which visitors approach art with the eyes of a child and discover important themes addressed by artists working nowadays.



Samya Ramdane : samya@claudinecolin.com

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La Sucrière

47 Quai Rambaud  69002 Lyon, France

+ 33 4 72 41 19 00



28 SEPTEMBER 2012 - 11 FEBRUARY 2013
RYAN GANDER : ESPERLUETTE (ARTIST LIBRARY)

The Artists Libraries are a new program for which each term, Palais de Tokyo invites an artist to exhibit the implicit connection of his mental universe. Ryan Gander’s « Esperluette » inaugurates these Bibliothèques d’artiste. The title of the exhibition designates the logogram « & », a written form attached to the coordinating conjunction «and», interlinking several concepts in a single relation, a fundamental principle in the work of the artist. The main installation,  « Ampersand », is a gigantic and closed white cube. Only a little opening permits the visitors to see furtively some objects displayed on a treadmill.



Mathilde Beaujardmathilde@claudinecolin.com

Constance Gounodconstance@claudinecolin.com

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Palais de Tokyo site de création contemporaine
13, avenue du Président Wilson à PARIS 
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+33 1 47 23 54 01




28 SEPTEMBER 2012 - 7 JANUARY 2013
FABRICE HYBER, RAW MATERIALS (MATIÈRES PREMIÈRES)

PALAIS DE TOKYO

Palais de Tokyo welcomes Fabrice Hyber (b.1961), one of the most inventive and influent artists of his generation. Seduced by the new spaces of Palais de Tokyo, Hyber takes them over and creates « a reformatting place, with two ways in: one is active, the other contemplative ». Thanks to an overhanging environment, putting old and recent works in perspective, the artist reorganizes the parameters of the world. These totally new constructions, like deconstructed logics, cause new habits to appear. Starting with an exploded and imploded world, Fabrice Hyber, creates a new universe through prototypes and drawings.



Mathilde Beaujard mathilde@claudinecolin.com

Constance Gounodconstance@claudinecolin.com

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Palais de Tokyo site de création contemporaine

13, avenue du Président Wilson à PARIS
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28 SEPTEMBER 2012 - 7 JANUARY 2013
LETTING THE IMAGINATION DRIFT (LES DÉRIVES DE L’IMAGINAIRE

PALAIS DE TOKYO

From the idleness to the artwork, from the reverie to the object, from moving to embezzlement, from hesitations to fulfilments, the exhibition Letting the Imagination Drift (Les dérives de l’imaginaire) brings visitors into the heart of the creative act. To shed light on these movements of the mind, a few individuals crop up during the exhibition circuit, mixing contemporary artists and old masters, documents and artworks.

 



Mathilde Beaujard mathilde@claudinecolin.com

Constance Gounodconstance@claudinecolin.com

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Palais de Tokyo
site de création contemporaine
13, avenue du Président Wilson à PARIS 
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+33 1 47 23 54 01




28 SEPTEMBER - 21 OCTOBER 2012
HISTORY BELONGS TO ME, PRINTEMPS DE SEPTEMBRE, TOULOUSE

TOULOUSE

For over twenty years, Printemps de Septembre has acted as a platform for contemporary creativity through its dynamic programme of exhibitions, events, film and radio as well as educational initiatives. This contemporary art festival is now established as one of the leading events of the cultural calendar in France. The theme for the 2012 edition of Printemps de Septembre is History Belongs to Me. Placed under the artistic direction of Paul Ardenne, historian and art critic, this edition gathers around forty artists who work individually on the question of history today.




Valentine Dolla / valentine@claudinecolin.com

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31000 Toulouse, France

05 61 14 23 51



18 SEPTEMBER 2012 - 6 JANUARY 2013
MUSEE RODIN - IVAN MESTROVIC

MUSEE RODIN

Dans le cadre de la saison Croate qui comptera à l’automne une quarantaine de manifestations à Paris, douze œuvres – essentiellement en bronze - de l'artiste croate Ivan Mestrovic seront présentées dans la cour d’honneur du musée Rodin.



 

Ingrid Cadoret / ingrid@claudinecolin.com

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Musée Rodin

79, rue de Varenne

75007 Paris

T. +33 (0)1 44 18 61 10

M° Varenne

Du mardi au dimanche

de 10h à 17h45

Nocturnes les mercredis jusqu'à 20h45

www.musee-rodin.fr




15 SEPTEMBER 2012 - 17 MARCH 2013
GALLIC TIMES : THE AQUITAINE REGION BEFORE CÉSAR

MUSEE D'AQUITAINE, BORDEAUX

Thanks to real size reconstitutions of a house, a potter workshop, a blacksmith workshop and with many archaeological objects, the visitors will discover Pétrocores, Nitiobroges and Cocosates. The exhibition « Gallic Times: The Aquitaine Region Before Cesar » will show the every day life of populations who used to live in Aquitaine before the roman conquest and will help us better understand the people of this area between 800 BC and the beginning of the Gallo-Roman period.



Samya Ramdane : samya@claudinecolin.com

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14 SEPTEMBER 2012 - 21 JANUARY 2013
CANALETTO - GUARDI. THE TWO MASTERS OF VENISE

MUSEE JACQUEMART-ANDRE

Thanks to some generous loans, the Jacquemart-André Museum is now devoting an exhibition to the Veduta for the first time in France, a genre of painting epitomised by Canaletto and Guardi. It is a very under-represented artistic genre in French public and private collections, which makes this exhibition at the Jacquemart-André Museum, "Canaletto - Guardi, the two masters of Venice", a must-see event, from 14 September 2012 to 14 January 2013Curated by Bożena Anna Kowalczyk, the focus is on spreading an artistic movement born at the dawn of the 18th century, which was mainly collected by wealthy Italian, British and German collectors. 




Christelle MAUREAU /  christelle@claudinecolin.com

Tamara MARIEtamara@claudinecolin.com

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Musée Jacquemart-André

158, bd Haussmann
75008 Paris

Open 365 days a year from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Open every Monday and Saturday evening until 9.30 p.m.

The Jacquemart-André tea room is open from 11.45 a.m. to 5.30 p.m.

The cultural gift and bookshop is open when the museum is open, including Sundays

www.musee-jacquemart-andre.com

 




14 SEPTEMBER - 10 OCTOBER 2012
CINDY SHERMAN

GAGOSIAN GALLERY

Gagosian Gallery presents, for the first time in its Parisian space, a series of recent landscape format photographs by Cindy Sherman.

Working exclusively as her own model for more than thirty years, Sherman endlessly transforms herself to address the complexities of identity through photographs that she controls as author, director, and stylist. These photographs draw explicit attention to the newly layered artifice of Sherman’s technique, while embracing popular conventions and processes in digital photography. 

   



Mathilde Beaujard / mathilde@claudinecolin.com

Eloïse Daniels / eloise@claudinecolin.com

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GAGOSIAN GALLERY
4, rue de Ponthieu
75008 Paris France 

T. 01 75 00 05 92

F. 01 70 24 87 10

Tuesday through Saturday 11 a.m. 7 p.m.




5 SEPTEMBER - 30 SEPTEMBER 2012
DESTINATION SUD: A SELECTION OF ARTISTS SUPPORTED BY SAM ART PROJECTS

MUBE, SAO PAULO

On the occasion of the São Paulo Biennale, Destination Sud, will host projects by the three winners of the SAM Prize for Contemporary Art since its inception in 2009 (Ivan Argote, Laurent Pernot and Zineb Sedira) alongside works produced independently by SAM Art Projects finalists: Alain Bublex, Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, and Jean-Charles Hue. One ‘clandestine’ exhibitor, Pierre Ardouvin, will also bring his complementary touch to this remarkable  panorama of contemporary creativity in France.



Albane Champey

albane@claudinecolin.com

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MuBE
Museu Brasileiro da Escultura
Av. Europa, 218 - São Paulo – Brasil

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