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19 NOVEMBER 2014 - 21 APRIL 2015
HISTORY ZERO - STEFANOS TSIVOPOULOS

Temporary exhibition – MuCEM Fort Saint-Jean

Georges Henri-Rivière Building (GHR)

History Zero is an installation that belongs to this very category of works. Created by the Greek artist Stefanos Tsivopoulos for the 2013 Venice Biennial, History Zero is an installation that consists of three films set in Athens in 2013, and a documentary space, for which the artist has asked researchers to investigate examples of non-monetary exchange systems, used alongside official currencies. This project raises the question of the place of money in the Greek society of today and, more broadly, in capitalist societies shaken by recurring financial crises and marked by social inequalities. It also raises the issue of the role that money plays in the individual destiny of each person, and in the formation of human relationships.

Commissioner MuCEM: Jean-Roch Bouiller, curator for contempory art

Artist: Stefanos Tsivopoulos

Scenography: Olivier Bedu et Juliette Morel - Struc’Archi



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13 NOVEMBER - 16 NOVEMBER 2014
PARIS PHOTO

GRAND-PALAIS

Paris Photo is a unique occasion to discover in the heart of the capital the best
of photography from the 19th century through the present day. For its 18th edition, Paris Photo presents 169 French and international galleries and publishers/art book dealers representing 35 countries world-wide.

 

 



Marika Bekier / marika@claudinecolin.com

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29 OCTOBER 2014 - 2 MARCH 2015
RAYMOND DEPARDON. UN MOMENT SI DOUX

Colour appeared in the work of Raymond Depardon from the very first images. He was at that time 16 years old. Since then, it has accompanied him through all the most important moments: his years spent discovering photography, the first travels through Africa, the great reportages, then, more recently, “un moment si doux” (Such a Sweet Moment) that gives this exhibition its title. The exhibition presents 137 colour photographs; 40 have been specially printed for the MuCEM exhibition, 23 of which were taken in Marseilles. With colour as the guiding theme, it is an invitation to wander through the life of the artist, from the late 1950s to the present day.

Curator: Hervé Chandès, General Director of the Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain

Associate Curator: Jean-Roch Bouiller, curator, Head of Contemporary Art at MuCEM

Scenography: Agence bGc

Co-production: Réunion des Musées Nationaux - Grand Palais, in collaboration with Magnum Photos



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29 OCTOBER 2014 - 23 FEBRUARY 2015
FOOD

MUCEM - MUSEE DES CIVILISATIONS DE L'EUROPE ET DE LA MEDITERRANEE

Artists and filmmakers from five continents present the fruits of their labours on a variety of issues directly or indirectly related to food: the consequences of climate change, the poisoning of agricultural products, disparities in the food distribution, soil conservation, food choices, the symbolic and political dimensions of food... Their work will establish a dialogue with objects chosen from the collections of the MuCEM.



Christelle MAUREAU / christelle@claudinecolin.com

Marie ROLLIN / marie@claudinecolin.com

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1 Esplanade du J4 - 13002 Marseille

Piétons : Entrée basse fort Saint-Jean : 201 quai du Port
 (à 10 min à pied du métro Vieux-Port). Entrée Panier : parvis de l’église Saint-Laurent, esplanade de la Tourette. 
Entrée J4 : 1, esplanade du J4 (à 10min à pied du métro Joliette). Métro : station Vieux Port ou Joliette

Tramway T2 : arrêt République / Dame ou Joliette. 
Bus : n° 82 et 60 ou City Navette (arrêt Fort Saint-Jean ou MuCEM) n°49 (arrêt Église St Laurent). 
Voiture : Parking Vieux Port / fort Saint-Jean (accès boulevard du Littoral); Parking Hôtel de Ville (accès par la place Jules Verne)

Jours et heures d’ouverture

Ouverture le 7 juin 2013

Ouvert du mercredi au lundi (jour de fermeture le mardi). Horaires d’été (mai à octobre) : 11h-19h
. Horaires d’hiver (novembre à avril) : 11h-18h
. Horaires exclusifs groupes : 9h-11h. Nocturne le vendredi jusqu’à 22h toute l’année

L’accès aux espaces extérieurs et jardins du MuCEM (J4 et fort Saint-Jean) pour les individuels est libre et gratuit dans les horaires d’ouverture du musée.

Téléphone

Tél. : 04 84 35 13 00 (accueil administratif)

Tél. : 04 84 35 13 13 (réservations et renseignements)

site internet : www.mucem.org




25 OCTOBER 2014 - 4 JANUARY 2015
CHOCOLATE FACTORY BY PAUL MCCARTHY

MONNAIE DE PARIS

11 QUAI DE CONTI

75006 PARIS

Monnaie de Paris, for its reopening in October 2014 is proud to present Chocolate Factory by Paul McCarthy, a work in progress that the American artist has been developing for the past seven years, curated by Chiara Parisi, director of the direction of cultural programs. 



avril@claudinecolin.com

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Monnaie de Paris

11 quai de Conti

75006 Paris 

Every day from 11am - 7pm

Thursday until 22h




23 OCTOBER - 26 OCTOBER 2014
FIAC - GRAND PALAIS AND HORS LES MURS

FIAC 2014 | Modern and Contemporary Art Galleries
Grand Palais & Hors les Murs, Paris
October 23rd to 26th 2014 – Inauguration: Wednesday, October 22nd



International Press

Victoria Cooke : victoria@claudinecolin.com
Diane Junqua : diane@claudinecolin.com

National Press 

Marine Le Bris / marine@claudinecolin.com
Thomas Lozinski / thomas@claudinecolin.com

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GRAND PALAIS
Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris
Underground: lines 1 & 13 Champs-Élysées Clemenceau
Bus: lines 28, 32, 42, 72, 73, 80, 83, 93
Parking: Rond Point Champs Élysées
Vélib: avenue Franklin Roosevelt & avenue Dutuit

JARDIN DES TUILERIES
Entrances
Place de la Concorde
Rue de Rivoli
Quai des Tuileries
Avenue du Général Lemonnier
Passerelle Solférino

Underground, buses 
Underground: lines 1, 7, 8, 12, and 14
Bus: lines 21, 24, 27, 39, 42, 48, 68, 69, 72, 73, 81, 84, 94, 95
Free access

JARDIN DES PLANTES
Entrances 
57 rue Cuvier
2 rue Buffon
36 rue Geoffroy-Saint-Hilaire
Place Valhubert 75005 Paris

Underground, buses
Bus: Lines 24, 57, 61, 63, 67, 89 and 91
Batobus: stop Jardin des Plantes
Underground, RER: line 5 Austerlitz – line 7 Censier Daubenton – line 10 Jussieu or Austerlitz - RER C
Free access

PLACE VENDÔME
Underground: line 1, Tuileries - line 1, 8, 12 Concorde
Bus: 21, 27, 68, 72
Free access




22 OCTOBER - 26 OCTOBER 2014
(OFF)ICIELLE

LES DOCKS - CITE DE LA MODE ET DU DESIGN

(OFF)ICIELLE, FIAC’s official satellite fair, will be held in Paris from Wednesday, October 22nd through Sunday, October 26th , 2014 at Les Docks - Cité de la Mode et du Design. The private view will take place on October 21st.

The event will host approximately sixty French and international galleries specializing in contemporary and emerging art on a surface spanning 3 700 m2.



International Press

Victoria Cooke : victoria@claudinecolin.com
Diane Junqua : diane@claudinecolin.com

French Press

Marine Le Bris / marine@claudinecolin.com
Thomas Lozinski / thomas@claudinecolin.com

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LES DOCKS – CITE DE LA MODE ET DU DESIGN
34, quai d'Austerlitz
75013 Paris


TRANSPORT
Metro: Gare d’Austerlitz (5 minutes walk), Quai de la Gare (5 minutes walk), Gare de Lyon - exit Rue de Bercy (10 minutes walk).
RER: C – Gare d’Austerlitz. Bus: 24, 57, 61, 63, 89, 91.
Vélib: Station n° 13020 (15 RUE PAUL KLEE), Station n° 13151 (GARE D’AUSTERLITZ), Station n° 13019 (20 RUE FERNAND BRAUDEL), Station n° 903 (QUAI MAURIAC ANG PONT DE BERCY).


Parking and Autolib: Parking lot opposite the Docks - Cité de la Mode et du Design (29 Quai d’Austerlitz 75013 Paris).

The preview of Officielle will take place on Tuesday October 21st 2014, from 3 pm to 9 pm, by invitation only.
Officielle is open to the public from Wednesday October 22nd to Sunday October 26th, 2014 from 11 am to 7 pm.
Late-night opening: Saturday October 25th until 9 pm.

PRICES
Full price € 15
Reduced price* € 10
Under 12 years of age, free
Combined ticket FIAC + (OFF)ICIELLE: € 40
Catalogue, € 15
* (under 26)




17 OCTOBER 2014 - 11 JANUARY 2015
RUMORS OF THE METEOR

49 NORD 6 EST FRAC LORRAINE

This exhibition revisits the vague and rather Eurocentric Theory of Climates, and reveals the uncertainties of the Anthropocene Era. The featured works are, by extension, also open-ended, mobile, and plural. Reactivations, interpretations, and reinventions, these works break with the rule of unity and veracity. Let’s open our imagination to the sensation of the wind, of snow, and the aridity of the desert!



avril@claudinecolin.com

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ACCESS

Free admission

Tuesday to Friday: 2-7pm

& Saturday & Sunday: 11am-7pm

-

The exhibition stays open Bank Holidays




11 OCTOBER 2014 - 4 JANUARY 2015
"ART IN POP" AND "DOOM : SURFACE CONTRÔLE"

ART IN POP 

The "Belle Electrique", Grenoble's new amplified music hall, is scheduled to be inaugurated in just a few months; it is conveniently located next to the hall built by Eiffel that today houses the MAGASIN.
To coincide with this opening, the National Centre of Contemporary Art is dedicating one of its autumn 2014 exhibitions to music's relationship with the arts, a theme a
!lready touched upon in a few previous exhibitions.

In 1989, the exhibition "Broken Music" by Ursula and René Block gathered together over 800 artists and designers, while the exhibition "Replay – the punk sphere" (hosted from 4 June to 3 September 2006) presented for the very first time the collages by Linder and the painted banners of "Destroy All Monsters" by Jim Saw, Cary Loren and Mike Kelley next to "Reverse Karaoke" by Kim Gordon and Jutta Koether. The MAGASIN also presented, from 28 May to 10 September 2000, the graphic and painted oeuvre of Gary P!anter, a central figure of the Austin music and comics scene.

In the wake of these previous events, the "Art in Pop" exhibition, which opens October 10th, is born of a few simple, commonly shared observations. Indeed, while it is true that up until the 1960s numerous musicians and singers practiced art as a leisure activity, as something akin to their "secret garden of creativity", it is equally true that beginning during this same decade numerous pop musicians benefitted from art school training, this being especially the case in England. Music and the fine arts became intermingled under the combined influence of the breaking down of the borders between high and low culture and the shifting of the production, identity and style codes of the former (the "high culture" of art and the scholarly disciplines) to the second (the "low culture" of television, comics and industrial cultural production in general).

Pop music would become a two-fold scene straddling art and music in which the musician was also an artist and vice versa, and from which would notably emerge figures producing not only structures but also meanings and aesthetics. 

 

DOOM : SURFACE CONTRÔLE

The art centre’s atrium ("La Rue") will welcome a collective exhibition co-organized with Renaud Jerez, a French, Berlin-based artist belonging to the post-Internet, or post-materiality, generation of artists, which includes such now- famous figures as Ben Schumacher and Tobias Madison.
He also most certainly belongs to those influenced by the Stadelschule of Frankfurt, where the combined effects of the instruction provided by Michael Krebber and Douglas Gordon have marked a generation of emerging artists, such as the Basel-based exhibition space New Jerseyy and the publishing house Used Future Publications, also located in Basel.

The walls of this central exhibition area (totalling nearly 100 metres in length) will be divided into 6 to 8 work surfaces for wall paintings or any other form of desired expression, with each separate work surface being entrusted to an artist of this same generation for an on-site production during the month of September.

!The group exhibition will gather a selection of artists including Mathis Altmann, Aleksander Hardashnakov, Veit- Laurent Kurz, Jared Madere. 


 



Diane@claudinecolin.com

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MAGASIN
Centre National d’Art Contemporain
Site Bouchayer-Viallet
8 esplanade Andry-Farcy
38000 Grenoble - France 

 




10 OCTOBER 2014 - 4 JANUARY 2015
SECRET PASSIONS, PRIVATE FLEMISH COLLECTIONS

TRIPOSTAL - LILLE

At the invitation of lille3000, these collectors are loaning over 140 works for an exhibition that follows in the dynamic of invitations extended to large collections
(François Pinault Foundation, Saatchi Gallery, CNAP and Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery).



Dimitri Besse // dimitri@claudinecolin.com

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