Le Tapis de Sigmund, based on a model by the artist Anne Deguelle, is the last work in Alençon lace executed by the lace-makers of the National Workshop op the Point d'Alençon. This masterpiece is the largest piece of Point d'Alençon lace executed by the Mobilier National to date. Its exceptional dimensions, the density and complexity of its iconographic program challenged the lacemakers for 10 years. It is presented for the first time to the public, accompanied by all the production documents allowing to apprehend the delicate work of interpretation of the lacemakers from the cartoons of contemporary artists.
The exhibition is made in partnership with Mobilier National.
Fire and Rain
Louisa Marajo exhibits a series of photographs made in collaboration with the artist-choregraph Smail Kanouté who performed at Galerie Dix9 during her solo show "Oceanic Dust" in 2021.
New order: About Art in uncertain times
In the autumn of 2021, the international exhibition NEW ORDER will explore questions of order in uncertain times.
The future seems increasingly unpredictable, the now increasingly elusive. Shaped by geopolitical upheavals, new armed conflicts, climate crises, migratory movements and, most recently, the effects of a pandemic, world events have escalated into an unsettled present. The apparent stability of the global order seems unbalanced. Most notably, the pandemic crisis has thrown global networks and the unfettered mobility of data, goods and people into disarray...The international group exhibition NEW ORDER tackles these questions by examining the concept of order in its social and aesthetic dimensions. It brings together works by artists from different generations exploring different forms of order. Topics range from scientific and political orders to critical interrogations of power structures and surveillance mechanisms to blueprints for future orders.
with : Hartmut Böhm, Monica Bonvicini, Hanne Darboven, Charlotte Eifler, Harun Farocki, Forensic Architecture / Forensic Oceanography, Andreas Gursky, Peter Halley, Barbara Herold, Jenny Holzer, Aleksander Konstantinov, Eva Kot’átková, Alicja Kwade, Sol LeWitt, Vera Molnar, Dan Perjovschi, Lia Perjovschi, Sophia Pompéry, Gabriel Rico, Richard Serra, Katja Strunz, Claudia de la Torre, Timm Ulrichs und Clemens von Wedemeyer.
How Long Is Now
exhibition with works of the museum collection, curated by Orly Rabi assisted by Mira Lapidot
Artists: Yuji Agematsu, Claudia Andujar, Dana Arieli, Yael Bartana, Christian Boltanski, Vlassis Caniaris, Endri Dani, Tacita Dean, Petros Efstathiadis, Claudia Fontes, Simon Fujiwara, Cyprien Gaillard, Moshe Gershuni, Yehoshua (Shuka) Glotman, Asta Gröting, Dor Guez, Petrit Halilaj, Lyle Ashton Harris, Thomas Hirschhorn, Miki Kratsman, Mernet Larsen, Ella Littwitz, Zoë Paul, Sebastian Riemer, Julian Rosefeldt and Piero Steinle, Michal Rovner, Doris Salcedo, Assaf Shoshan, Eli Singalovski, Alina Szapocznikow, Paloma Varga Weisz, Sharon Ya’ari
The phantoms of the past – near or far, acknowledged or suppressed – hover over the contemporary artworks shown here, which have recently enriched the Museum’s collection. Set in a wide variety of political contexts and geographical locations, they reveal how history appears to seep through the cracks of the present, returning to haunt it and refusing to let go. By focusing our gaze on the here and now, the artists in the exhibition invite us to confront events from the past that still reverberate today. Some search for bygone times, uncovering layers of memory, while others attempt to capture and preserve that which is about to fade away.
Contemporary Art Biennale
The OSTRALE Biennale in Dresden is the third largest international exhibition of contemporary art in Germany, which took place every year from 2007 on during the summer months and was changed into a biennale in 2017
Part of a group of exhibitions related to the 200th anniversary of the writer Gustave Flaubert, born in Rouen.
For whom the bell tolls (Go)
Camille Fallet is the guest of honour at the Marseille 2020 Photo Festival. An exhibition co-organized by the Festival Photo Marseille and the Centre Photographique Marseille, with the support of the Région SUD Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur and with the support of the documentary photography of the CNAP (Centre national des arts plastiques). This exhibition is part of the satellite programming of the Rencontres d'Arles as part of the Grand Arles Express.
The exhibition documents the city of Glasgow.