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3 AUGUST - 5 AUGUST 2015
ALL CARRIERES SHOWS

CARRIERES DE LUMIERES - BAUX-DE-PROVENCE

 

Three exceptional evenings to experience previous seasons' show

The 3, 4 and 5 August 2015, the Carrières de Lumières invite the public to view for the first time a full screening of the different shows produced since their opening in 2012. Each evening, 3 shows will be exceptionally broadcast. A great opportunity to discover or rediscover with emotion the shows, which have, season after season, animate Carrières de Lumières walls. 

 



Christelle Maureau / christelle@claudinecolin.com

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Practical information :

Date: 3, 4 and 5 August 2015

Entry from 8 pm

Show starts: 8.30 pm, with an interval

The Carrières venue is quite chilly (14°C to 16°C in the show gallery)

Reservation : online and on site

Food available throughout the show

Unique price : 19€

 

Access Carrières de Lumières 

Route de Maillane 13520 Les Baux de Provence 

Tel. : +33 4 90 54 47 37

By road: motorway A7(exit Avignon), A9 (Nîmes), A54 (Baux-de-Provence). Parking cars gratuit sur présentation du contrat de réservation. 

By train: Aix-en-Provence, Nîmes and Avignon TGV stations. 

By plane: Marseille and Avignon airports. 

More information : www.carrieres-lumieres.com




6 JULY - 20 SEPTEMBER 2015
LES RENCONTRES D'ARLES

From 6 July to 20 September 2015 the biggest photography festival will take  place in the unique setting of the city of Arles.

With 35 exhibitions and 3 700 photographs being exhibited, Les Rencontres d’Arles act as an observatory of the current creation and photographic practices, featuring, among other projects, major shows of Walker Evans, Stephen Shore, architects Robert Venturi and Denise Scott Brown,  a project by Sandro Miller with John Malkovich, a special focus on Japanese photography curated by Simon Baker mong others.

Opening week: from 6 to 12 July

 

  



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3 JULY 2015 - 30 AUGUST 2014
VOYAGE À NANTES

HAB / ÎLE DE NANTES

Huang Yong Ping

The entire space of the HAB Gallery hosts the work of Huang Yong Ping who made in 2012 the permanent work  Serpent d’Océan for Estuaire. This exhibtion is the opportunity to discover the art of this artist who often addresses in his work the notions of identity and cultural as well as major environmental issues hybridity .



Dimitri Besse / dimitri@claudinecolin.com

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27 JUNE - 5 OCTOBER 2015
TANIA MOURAUD CITY-WIDE EXHIBITION IN METZ

The Tania Mouraud retrospective at Centre Pompidou-Metz will expand into the city of Metz from June 27th, incorporating eight partner institutions and venues.

Diverse aspects of Tania Mouraud's work will be presented, expanding on the exhibition at Centre Pompidou-Metz. This will take the visitor on an extended walk through the city to exhibition spaces at Arsenal – EPPCC Metz en Scènes, Chapelle des Templiers, Église Saint-Pierre-aux-Nonnains, Faux Mouvement – Centre d’art contemporain, Frac Lorraine, Musée de la Cour d’Or – Metz Métropole, Toutouchic and Octave Cowbell art galleries.

The artist's emblematic works will be revealed throughout the urban landscape and workshops with the artist herself will be offered to students at École Supérieure d’Art de Lorraine in the scope of a one-year collaboration.

Extended patronage by Frac Lorraine has intricately linked Mouraud's work and artistic career to the city of Metz since 1990s, starting in 1995 with the acquisition of City Performance N°1, a major work from 1970s. This work consists of 54 billboard signs with the word “NI” (meaning neither/nor) printed in 4x3m and placed throughout the city of Paris. Further support from Frac Lorraine came in 2005 with the monumental project titled HCYS?. This large-scale work covers a blind wall at the Musée de la Cour d’Or. The City Performance N°1 poster campaign will be revived throughout the city of Metz and its suburbs within the framework of Tania Mouraud. A retrospective. 

 



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Centre Pompidou Metz

1 parvis des droits de l’homme – 57000 Metz
Tel Public : 03 87 15 39 39
www.centrepompidou-metz.fr 




24 JUNE - 13 SEPTEMBER 2015
NOUVELLES EXPOSITIONS DU PALAIS DE TOKYO

PALAIS DE TOKYO

Celeste Boursier-Mougenot acquaalta

Patrick Neu

Korakrit Arunanondchai Painting with history in a room filled with people with funny names 3

Tianzhuo Chen

Jesper Just servitudes



Marika Bekier : marika@claudinecolin.com

Avril Boisneault : avril@claudinecolin.com 

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24 JUNE - 13 SEPTEMBER 2015
CELESTE BOURSIER-MOUGENOT

PALAIS DE TOKYO 

Palais de Tokyo invites Céleste Boursier-Mougenot (born 1961, lives and works

in Sète), singular artist of the French and international art scenes who will be

concurrently representing France at the 56th Venice Biennale, to devise an

immense new installation that will transform the Palais.



Marika Bekier marika@claudinecolin.com

Avril Boisneault avril@claudinecolin.com

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24 JUNE - 16 NOVEMBER 2015
DIVINE MIGRATIONS

MARSEILLE

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

Divine Migrations presents more than 200 ancient works (dating from the 3rd-2nd millennium BC to the 3rd century AD), testifying to the adoption of deities from elsewhere or the formation of new composite divine forms. It examines the dialogue between the Egyptian, Greek and Roman pantheons, in their practices, beliefs and representations of the divine.



Patricia Lachance : patricia@claudinecolin.com
Christelle Maureau: christelle@claudinecolin.com

 

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27 MAY - 28 SEPTEMBER 2015
GOLD AND IVORY PARIS, PISA, FLORENCE, SIENA. 1250-1320

 

The 2015 summer exhibition at the Louvre-Lens highlights the wealth of artistic exchanges between the capital of the Kingdom of France and what is now Tuscany, in the latter half of the 13th century. 

Thanks to exceptional loans from around twenty prestigious European museums, the exhibition lifts the veil on the relationships between the major centres of artistic creation of the period: Paris, Florence, Siena and Pisa. 

The exhibition brings together more than 125 exquisite works: monumental statuary, gold background paintings, illuminated manuscripts, fine enamels and ivories. In particular, these works reveal the influence of French exponents of High Gothic style on the Tuscan sculptors and painters of the late 13th century, within a cultural area that would become the cradle of the early Renaissance. 

This exhibition at the Louvre-Lens will be the first to examine this phenomenon, which is of paramount importance to the history of art. 

 



Diane Junqua 

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Exhibition from 27 May to 28 September 2015.

Open daily from 10 am to 6 pm. Closed on Tuesdays.
Late-night opening until 10 pm on Fridays 5 June and 4 September.

Admission to the exhibition: €9. Free of charge for under 26s (full list of exemptions on www.louvrelens.fr)
Combined tickets with « The Château de Versailles in 100 masterpieces » exhibition at the Fine Arts Museum of Arras: €10.

 




13 MAY - 28 SEPTEMBER 2015
TRACES, FRAGMENTS OF A CONTEMPORARY TUNISIA / FRAGMENTS I

MUCEM - MUSEE DES CIVILISATION DE L'EUROPE ET DE LA MEDITERANNEE / MARSEILLE

Traces… Fragments of a Contemporary Tunisia gathers in two exhibitions the work of artists Zied Ben Romdhane, Ismaïl Bahri, Fakhri El Ghezal, Héla Ammar, Souad Mani, ismaël, Augustin Le Gall, Wadi Mhiri and Houda Ghorbel, Faten Gaddes and Wassim Ghozlani, as well as photographs by one of the first Tunisian photographers, Abdelhak El Ouertani. Composed of photography, video, installations and digital art this exhibition intends to testify, five years after the revolution, to the richness and multiplicity of perspectives on Tunisia today. The exhibition privileges the viewpoint of the image: seeing in the latter what it reveals about a new Tunisia turned toward the past, the present and the future.



Patricia Lachance : patricia@claudinecolin.com
Christelle Maureau : christelle@claudinecolin.com

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mucem.org




9 MAY - 22 NOVEMBER 2015
VENICE BIENNALE 56TH INTERNATIONAL ART EXHIBITION /‘RÊVOLUTIONS’: A PROJECT BY CÉLESTE BOURSIER-MOUGENOT, UNDER THE CURATORIAL DIRECTION OF EMMA LAVIGNE

PAVILLON FRANÇAIS DE LA 56ÈME BIENNALE INTERNATIONALE D'ART DE VENISE

The project rêvolutions by artist Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, accompanied by curator Emma Lavigne, which will be presented at the Venice Biennale 56th International Art Exhibition, will transform the French pavilion into an oneiric and organic island. The inauguration will be held during the preview days from 6 to 8 May 2015.



Marika Bekier : marika@claudinecolin.com

Avril Boisneault : avril@claudinecolin.com

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