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15 FEBRUARY - 5 OCTOBER 2014
STAR WARS IDENTITIES

CITE DU CINEMA - PARIS SAINT-DENIS

Presented for the first time in Europe, the STAR WARSTM Identities exhibition proposes an interactive journey into the world of the saga in a unique location : the Cité du Cinéma.

From February 15th to June 30th, 2014, two film sets of approximately 2000 m2,  turned into an exhibition location, will exceptionally be opened to the public to reveal more than 200 original pieces from the archives of the Lucas Arts Museum : models, accessories, costumes, sketches all of which constructed the Star Wars world.



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14 FEBRUARY - 7 SEPTEMBER 2014
[THE STATE OF THE SKY] [PART 1]

PALAIS DE TOKYO

L’État du ciel is a homage to many artists’, poets’ and philosophers’ reflections on the physical, moral and political factors that shape our world. Over the course of a season, it will present over ten proposals or exhibitions centering on that theme, as artists adopt André Breton’s definition of their role, as applied to Giorgio de Chirico: “The artist, that sentinel on the endless road, always on the lookout.” As far back as Goya, if not further, modern and contemporary artists have attentively examined contemporary reality. They often depict the landscape of our anxieties – dread, alarm, revolt, utopia – and suggest poetic ways of transforming the present. If we study the world as one might scrutinize an image, today stops being an imposed destiny and becomes a changing surface that we could, perhaps, transform.


PART 1

Nouvelles histoires de fantômes [New Stories of Ghosts]
Georges Didi-Huberman et Arno Gisinger
14 February – 07 September 2014
In collaboration with avec Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains

Angelika Markul, Terre de départ [Land of departure]
WINNER OF THE SAM ART PROJECTS PRIZE 2012
14 February – 12 May 2014
Curated by Daria de Beauvais


David Douard, Mo’swallow
14 February – 12 May 2014
Curated by Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel


Des Choses en moins, des choses en plus
 
[Something Less, Something More]
14 February – 02 March 2014
Coproduced by the Centre national des arts plastiques
Curated by Agnès Violeau et Sébastien Faucon
 

PART 2

Les Modules, Fondation Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent
Vivien Roubaud, Thomas Teurlai, Tatiana Wolska

25 April – 23 June 2014
In collaboration with la Villa Arson
Curated by Eric Mangion et Daria de Beauvais
 

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Aujourd'hui, le monde est mort [Lost Human Genetic Archive]
[The world died today]
25 April – 07 September 2014
Curated by Akiko Miki
 

Thomas Hirschhorn, Flamme éternelle [Eternal Flame]
25 April – 23 June 2014
Curated by Julien Fronsacq

 

PART 3

Ed Atkins
6 June – 07 September 2014
Curated by Rebecca Lamarche-Vadel
 

All that falls
6 June – 07 September 2014
Curated by Marie de Brugerolle & Gérard Wacjman

 

PART 4

Michaela Eichwald 
WINNER OF THE LAFAYETTE PRIZE 2012
11 July – 07 September 2014 
Curated by Katell Jaffrès
 

Les ModulesFondation Pierre Bergé - Yves Saint Laurent
11 July – 07 September 2014



Marika Bekier / marika@claudinecolin.com

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13 FEBRUARY - 6 JULY 2014
IMPRESSIONIST WORKS FROM PRIVATE COLLECTIONS. 100 MASTERPIECES

MUSEE MARMOTTAN MONET

From Febuary the 13th – July the 6th 2014

Opened for the first time to the public in 1934, the Musée Marmottan Monet will celebrate its 80th birthday in 2014. In less than a century, the museum has benefited from bequests and donations of an unparalleled scale making it the largest collection worldwide of the works by Claude Monet and Berthe Morisot. Without the generosity of private collectors and descendants of the artists, it would not have been possible to become the centre of Impressionism that it is today. Respectful of this heritage, the museum begins it’s birthday celebrations paying tribute to private collections.



National Press : Christelle MAUREAU / christelle@claudinecolin.com

International Press : Victoria COOKE / victoria@claudinecolin.com

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General information

Museum opening hours :


The museum is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10am-
6pm and Thursday night until 8:00pm

Closed on Mondays, May 1st, December 25th and January 1st.


2, rue Louis- Boilly 75016 Paris
France Tel. : 01 44 96 50 33

Tarifs :

Full price: 10 euros


Reduced price: 5 euros (under 18, students under 25 years old, teachers, unemployed, beneficiaries of RSA accompanying persons with disabilities.)


Free: On presentation of proof (less than 7 years old, disabled, journalists, tour guides, members of the Institute, ICOM, ICOMOS).


Audio- guides : 3 euros
Languages ​​available: English / French / Japanese


How to get there :


Metro:

Line 9
: La Muette
RER: Line C: Boulainvilliers

Bus:

Line 22 stop: La Muette - Boulainvilliers
Line 32 stop: Louis Boilly
Line 52 stop: La Muette - Boulainvilliers
Line 63 stop: Porte de la Muette

parking :

Vinci Park Passy

78 Rue de Passy, 75016 Paris




13 FEBRUARY - 11 MAY 2014
PHILIPPE VANDENBERG AND BERLINDE DE BRUYCKERE, "IL ME FAUT TOUT OUBLIER"

LA MAISON ROUGE

This exhibition brings together the work of two Belgian artists from different generations : the sculptor Berlinde Bruyckere ( born in 1964 in Ghent) and painter, Philippe Vandenberg ( 1952 -2009 Ghent , Brussels), who have almost never been exhibited in France. For the exhibition ‘Un grand amour suffit’ a selection of paintings by Berlinde are shown and drawings by Philippe Vandenberg that echo his own work, establishing an intense dialogue between the two works. An imposing sculpture of wax and cloth, made especially for the exhibition follows the one presented in the Belgian pavilion at the last Venice Biennale.



Laure Jardry / laure@claudinecolin.com

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13 FEBRUARY - 11 MAY 2014
MATHIEU PERNOT AND PHILIPPE ARTIERES, ASYLUM PHOTOGRAPHS

LA MAISON ROUGE

Since 2009, photographer Mathieu Pernot and historian Philippe Artières have been invited to perform work on the archives of the Psychiatric Hospital Le Bon Sauveur, located in Picauville (Manche), which resulted in an exhibition and a publication, published by Point du Jour. This specific piece, assembled, designed, selected, is a kind of history of photography, seen from the hospital, instead of living in specific times and not a banal, a non-marginal history, but at the margin, a kind of asylum photographs.



Laure Jardry / laure@claudinecolin.com

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15 DECEMBER 2013 - 11 MAY 2014
1975 - 1997 : CARTOONS MAKE THEIR REVOLUTION

FONDS HELENE ET EDOUARD LECLERC, LANDERNEAU

The exhibition in the hall of the Capuchins, shows about 350 works produced between 1975 and 1997 by the authors of comic strips that have collaborated with magazines METAL HURLANT and (A SUIVRE).



Pénélope Ponchelet / penelope@claudinecolin.com

Fabien Tison Le Roux / fabien@claudinecolin.com

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From December 15th 2013 to May 11th, 2014




13 DECEMBER 2013 - 30 MARCH 2014
GLASS HOME WEAR AND PAGEANTRY, RENAISSANCE-C19TH, THE MESNIL COLLECTION

MUSEE DES ARTS DECORATIFS, BORDEAUX

The Musée des Arts décoratifs presents "Glass Home wear and Pageantry, Renaissance – c19th, The Mesnil Collection", including a particularly remarkable set Venetian glasses. 

 



Louise Volet / louise@claudinecolin.com

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Musée des Arts décoratifs

39 rue Bouffard - 33000 Bordeaux

05 56 10 14 00




5 DECEMBER 2013 - 10 MARCH 2014
THE ETRUSCANS AND THE MEDITERRANEAN. THE CITY OF CERVETERI

LOUVRE-LENS

A new portrait of the city of Cerveteri

The exhibition presents Etruscan civilisation in its Mediterranean context, through the history of one of its largest metropolises: Cerveteri. This city is the only one whose evolution we are able to retrace from its origins to the Roman conquest, and show in all its aspects: the city of the living and its necropolises, its political organisation and its relations with the East, Greece and Rome.

By comparing pieces from the major historical collections for the first time with the results of archaeological excavations conducted in recent decades in the heart of the ancient city and in the surrounding area, the exhibition will be able to draw a new portrait of this great city and illustrate the prestige and position it enjoyed in ancient Italy and the Mediterranean.



Diane Junqua / diane@claudinecolin.com

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4 DECEMBER 2013 - 21 APRIL 2014
SEEING THE SACRED

LOUVRE-LENS

Seeing the Sacred is based on a small number of artworks, seven, to give visitors at the end of their tour of the Galerie du Temps, a commentary on one of the themes that runs through it: the sacred.

For each of the three major historic and artistic periods (Antiquity, Middle Ages and modern times), two artworks are compared, one from the collections of the museums of the Nord-Pas de Calais region, the other from the Louvre's collections, in order to investigate a theme more deeply, at the same time as putting the artworks back into context to enable visitors to understand them better.

Three themes have been chosen, the relationship with the hereafter and with the future, salvation and the apparition.



Diane Junqua / diane@claudinecolin.com

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Musée du Louvre-Lens
99 rue Paul Bert
62300 Lens




29 NOVEMBER 2013 - 28 JANUARY 2014
MARE-MATER, PATRICK ZACHMANN - MUCEM

MARSEILLE - MUCEM /FORT SAINT JEAN

Through videos and photographs, Patrick Zachmann, a member of Magnum Photos, compares his own family history with that of migrants today. 

Diane Junqua / diane@claudinecolin.com



 

 

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