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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




14 NOVEMBER - 17 NOVEMBER 2013
PARIS PHOTO 2013

GRAND PALAIS, PARIS, FRANCE

This has been a particularly productive year for Paris Photo, which held its first American fair in 2013 at the Paramount studios in Los Angeles, drawing a crowd of more than 13,500 visitors. 

Still surfing the wave of this resounding international success, Paris Photo 2013 will be hosting 135 galleries this year at the Grand Palais, including 27 newly selected participants and 27 publishers specializing in photography books. 



Marika Bekier / marika@claudinecolin.com

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Avenue Winston Churchill, 75008 Paris 
Métro : lignes 1 et 13 Champs-Élysées Clemenceau
Bus : lignes 28 l 32 l 42 l 72 l 73 l 80 l 83 l 93
Parking : Rond Point Champs Élysées




11 SEPTEMBER - 15 SEPTEMBER 2013
MARSEILLE-PROVENCE 2013 : CUISINES EN FRICHE

MARSEILLE - FRICHE LA BELLE DE MAI

This first edition of the Festival "Cuisines en Friche" is bringing together chefs, artists and philosophers; the Cuisines en Friche festival will be a festive culinary exploration examining the relationship we have with our food. 

All art forms are welcome in this great conversation on food: performance, theatre, music, film and literature. Cuisines en Friche opens the doors to creation and innovation, attracting artists who are looking for a space for investigation, sources of inspiration or a place to explore issues. It is a place where creative cuisine and artistic creation have room to mix and mingle. 



Diane JUNQUA / diane@claudinecolin.com

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1st JULY - 22 SEPTEMBER 2013
THE RENCONTRES D'ARLES 2013

ARLES, FRANCE

The 2013 Rencontres d'Arles present a radically black photographic journey from 1 July to 22 September. Therefore, Arles will be ‘in Black’ this year. It is a choice true to the festival’s spirit and motivated by the desire to appraise the current state of black and white photographic creation of the 21st century. At a time when colour dominates and when we question the huge changes this artform is undergoing due to new digital processes, it is important to recognise that black and white photography remains highly present in contemporary creation. What place does it therefore hold today? The dominant theme of the 2013 Rencontres d'Arles is the discovery of new talents and the (re)discovery of unknown artworks of established artists and other treasures of the past. 



Marika Bekier / marika@claudinecolin.com

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Opening week : July 1st to July 7th 

The welcoming desk is open from the 1st to the 7th of July from 10 am to 7 pm and is located at the 34 rue du Docteur Fanton in Arles, a few meters away from la place du Forum. 

The accreditation form is available on the website of the Rencontres of Arles, to be returned before June 15th 2013: 

http://www.rencontres-arles.com/A11/C.aspx?VP3=CMS3&VF=ARL_100_VForm&FRM=Frame:ARL_109

Or by e-mail at : accreditation@rencontres-arles.com




21 JUNE - 9 SEPTEMBER 2013
NOUVELLES VAGUES: 53 EXHIBITIONS, THROUGHOUT PARIS AND AT PALAIS DE TOKYO

PALAIS DE TOKYO, PARIS

After «Cold Sun», Palais de Tokyo, along with thirty galleries and art spaces throughout Paris, innovates once more to emphasize the emergence of the figure of the curator. At Palais de Tokyo, “Nouvelles Vagues” (New Waves) is a large-scale event organized by 21 international young curators (hailing from 13 different countries), working individually or in groups, and selected by a jury from over 500 candidates.

«Nouvelles vagues» will transform the entirety of Palais de Tokyo’s exhibition space and spread out throughout the city, putting on display the artists, ideas and situations endorsed by these visionary young professionals.



Mathilde Beaujard / mathilde@claudinecolin.com

Eloise Daniels / eloise@claudinecolin.com

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Palais de Tokyo site de création contemporaine
13, avenue du Président Wilson à PARIS 




17 MAY - 7 OCTOBER 2013
VIEWS FROM ABOVE

There has been a considerable regain in interest in the aerial view over recent years. From the success of Yann Arthus-Bertrand's Earth From Above to the popularity of Google Earth, we are fascinated by this bird's-eye view as much for the beauty of the landscapes it reveals as the feeling of omnipotence it inspires.

The exhibition draws on this popularity to return to the origins of aerial photography and explore its impact on the work of artists and, consequently, the history of art. 



Diane Junqua / diane@claudinecolin.com

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Centre Pompidou-Metz

1 parvis des Droits de l'Homme

57000 Metz




27 FEBRUARY - 20 MAY 2013
JOACHIM KOESTER: REPTILE BRAIN OR REPTILE BODY, IT'S YOUR ANIMAL

PALAIS DE TOKYO, PARIS

Working in the murky zone between conscious and unconscious, dream and reality, the artist Joachim Koester explores vast fields of knowledge, ranging from Haitian ritual to esoteric séances, and including yoga, Peyote and other hallucinatory experiences. As a result, he creates works that blur the line separating the documentary and the fictional, asking the audience to reconstitute mental journeys on which they undoubtedly would never embarked.



Constance Gounodconstance@claudinecolin.com

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Palais de Tokyo site de création contemporaine
13, avenue du Président Wilson à PARIS 




27 FEBRUARY - 20 MAY 2013
DANIEL DEWAR & GREGORY GICQUEL: ORANGE JUICE

PALAIS DE TOKYO, PARIS

After “Crêpe Suzette” in Bristol in 2012, it’s time for “Orange Juice” at the Palais de Toyko in 2013. The exhibition is not about food but rather presents the sculptural experiments of Dewar & Gicquel adapted to stop motion film. The artistic duo – proponents of a “hand-made” approach to their practice which includes wood and stone-carving, ceramics and weaving – have been experimenting with a new medium and giving life to strange sculptures in which pairs of clay legs dancing improbable minuets can be spied amid formless forests and mountains that rise up and collapse. 

 



Constance Gounodconstance@claudinecolin.com

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Palais de Tokyo site de création contemporaine

13, avenue du Président Wilson à PARIS 




27 FEBRUARY - 20 MAY 2013
FRANÇOIS CURLET: FUGU

PALAIS DE TOKYO, PARIS

For his first solo exhibition in Paris, François Curlet, an expert at détournement, reveals a distanced worldview that challenges the clichés of the day. Advertising slogans, human interest stories, or everyday objects give way to a subtle poetry, both existential and demotic.



Constance Gounodconstance@claudinecolin.com

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Palais de Tokyo site de création contemporaine
13, avenue du Président Wilson à PARIS 




27 FEBRUARY - 20 MAY 2013
NEW IMPRESSIONS OF RAYMOND ROUSSEL

PALAIS DE TOKYO, PARIS

Under the presiding spirit of the eccentric and fascinating figure of Raymond Roussel (1877-1933), Palais de Tokyo is staging an ambitious exhibition mapping the influence of that dazzling genius on the artists of today.



Constance Gounod / constance@claudinecolin.com

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Palais de Tokyo site de création contemporaine
13, avenue du Président Wilson à PARIS 




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