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2001 - 2005, art shows throughout the world seen by ArtoftheDay

Between 2001 and 2005, ArtoftheDay published every day a calendar of art shows opening in museums throughout the world and in French speaking countries art galleries. Each notice, often illustrated, offers a short commentary and a link to the museum or gallery where the exhibition was taking place.

These thousands of notices are a precious source of information and reflect the art trends of the times. By clicking on their title you will get access to their contents.

Thomas Salet
From november 30 2003 to january 31 2004
The artist's drawings and wash-drawings represent silhouettes with subtle and light forms, colored in red and blue.
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Transimages 2 : Mobilities
From november 30 to december 20 2003
In this second part of the "European transimages" cycle, 6 locations host the works of 15 contemporary artists. The event begins at the Color Plant, where Pierre-Jean Giloux, Suncana Kuljis and Guillaume Paris are present.
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Marie-José Burki
From november 30 2003 to february 29 2004
Some fifteen videographic installations offer a look at the urban and natural environment taken in the length of its existence.The scenes of everyday life filmed in slow motion question our relation to time and the representation of our own condition [...]
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Paul *Klee, master in Bauhaus
From november 30 2003 to february 29 2004
120 paintings, drawings and watercolors shed light on the fundamental role of the years spent at the Academy of Weimar, considered as an extremely fertile period in the artist's career.
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The * seats of Black Africa
From november 30 2003 to march 22 2004
Close to 70 rare pieces in decorated, sculpted wood, from various countries such as Ghana, Benin or even Cameroun, are grouped together here. Far from being simple everyday objects, these chairs have an important symbolic and ritual [...]
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Chinese Archeology : treasure from the Guangxi
From november 30 2003 to january 30 2004
As part of the year of China in France, some one hundred archeologic pieces from Guangxi are presented. Porcelains, bronzes..the objects chosen are of great aesthetic beauty. A fascinating discovery for the mind and pleasure for the eyes. [...]
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Aliki Braine & Frank Hülsbömer
From november 29 2003 to january 7 2004
The German photographer looks at the architecure of his country with its geometric forms and pure lines. Based on architectural elements the artist thinks about the individual's place in his environment and the relationship he maintains [...]
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Stefan Ettlinger
From november 29 2003 to january 25 2004
"The television program is like a faucet one can turn and from which images pour out: one can indeed get everything", the artist declares to justify the base of his art. To avoid homogenisation, confusion and mixtures, Ettlinger paints [...]
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Bernd und Hilla Becher, typologies of industrial buildings
From november 29 2003 to april 12 2004
650 photos taken by the famous German couple of photographers, examine in their own way industrial architecture in Europe and North America.
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Illuminating the Renaissance, the triumph of flemish manuscript painting in Europe
From november 29 2003 to february 22 2004
This exhibit gives the royal role to Flemish illumination during the Renaissance. Nearly 140 painted manuscripts, done between 1470 and 1560, recently discovered and consequently rarely exhibited, show the variety and richness of this [...]
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Marie de Médicis : A governing through the arts
From november 29 2003 to march 28 2004
Paintings -including seven paintings never seen before in France by Ligozzi, Bilivert Ontebuoni and Passignano-, sculptures, objets d'art, medals, prints and bound books are demonstrations of the life led by the second French Queen [...]
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Marie *Amar «Leafs», The box
From november 28 to december 31 2003
In the framework of her works carried out over the last 10 years, on the ephemeral, the artist's recent photographs explore this notion through dead leaves. A coffer book that groups together 11 plates of photographs,limited only to 10 copies [...]
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Candida *Romero, Flowers of ink, flowers of blood
From november 28 2003 to january 3 2004
Candida Romero's floral compositions, done with a Chinese paint brush, give preference above all to sepia, but also to red and black. They are closed up in boxwood boxes, built according to the measures of the paper leaves, to do what [...]
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Empire of the Sultans: Ottoman Art from the Khalili Collection.
From november 28 2003 to february 8 2004
Presented in four sections, some 200 works highlight the influence exercised by the sultans over arms, metalwork, ceramics, manuscripts…
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Katy Grannan, New York (from the series Morning Call and Sugar Camp Road)
From november 28 2003 to february 6 2004
Through two new series, "Sugar Camp Road" and "Morning Call", the artist sets up portraits of average people, chosen by announcement, in their interior or in public places. A desire to immortalize using a documentary style for a subjective [...]
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Maria Lassnig
From november 28 2003 to february 29 2004
Some twenty recent paintings by Austrian artist Maria Lassnig, among which the Selbstportrait mit Kochtopf or Die Gute Hirtin, illustrate the theme of consciousness of the body and concentrate on the treatment of the selfportrait. [...]
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«The black is a colour 2»
From november 28 2003 to january 17 2004
Games of colors and black and white through paintings done by O. Baertling, C. Bézie, J. Dewasne, J-F. Dubreuil, O. Freundlich, J-M. Gasquet, A. Herbin, J. Knifer, J. Legros, J. Leppien, R. Jacquier Stajnowicz, A. Nemours, A. Perrot, [...]
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Bruno Pelassy
From november 28 2003 to february 29 2004
This retrospective gives the possibility to bring together all the work of the artist from Nice. Having followed a designer's training, he started by making jewelry before creating animated sculptures with the help of electronic circuits [...]
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Michel *Thompson, 20 years of painting
From november 28 2003 to january 17 2004
Hardly known by the public at large, Michel Thompson is without a doubt one of the most disconcerting and most personal of Young Painting. In his works, he manages to magnify the simple everyday objects by light and transparency.
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Arnaud d'Aunay : From Saïgon to Angkor to follow the Mékong
From november 28 to december 20 2003
This travelling painter, who has been going all over the world for the last 20 years, offers his works inspired from his stays along the majestic Mekong river, discovering the silent and grandiose magic of the temples of Angkor, the faces [...]
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Cartier / Fabergé. Rivals at the Czar's court
From november 28 2003 to april 12 2004
At the turn of the XIXth and XXth centuries, the jewelrers Cartier and Fabergé fought for the honor of receiving the commissions from the Czar Nicolas II of Russia. The 500 precious objects and jewels presented trace the fight between [...]
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Claude Tantin
From november 27 to december 22 2003
Tantin has done various paintings in a caricature and burlesque style.He ignores the landscaped and architectural backgrounds and has nude women intervene in a rather recurrent manner, focusing his interest on the sexual dimorphism.
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Elmar Trenkwalder
From november 27 2003 to january 10 2004
The works presented are the result of Elmar Trenkwalder's work over the last 4 years. This selection of paintings, sculptures and drawings give an idea of the new orientations the artist has followed in his work. His paintings always [...]
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Christelle Familiari, attraction
From november 27 2003 to february 15 2004
The visitor is invited to stroll through Attraction presented as a giant environment allying a landscape fabricated by the artist and works that respond to one another.
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Marie-Paule Fath, André Freydt et Allain Guillot
From november 27 2003 to january 3 2004
A collective exhibit that brings together paintings by Marie-Paule Fath evoking a writing in black and white oil, as well as blown glass by Alain Guillot and creations in glass by a technique practiced in the past by the Egyptians, [...]
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Olle Bærtling
From november 27 2003 to january 31 2004
Olle Bærtling's abstract paintings from the 50s and 60s transform our look on color and form. True colored fields limited by black lines, they give an effect of movement and depth, that totally recreate space.
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Creations for the contemporary theater-ballet
From november 27 2003 to march 1 2004
Created in 1968 by the ministry of Culture, the contemporary Ballet Théâtre is the point of encounter between plastic arts (Calder, César, Soto, Delaunay...), choreography (Butler, Falco...) and musical composition Varèse, Xenakis, [...]
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The five winners of the Gilles Dusein price
From november 26 2003 to january 4 2004
Created in 1998, the Gilles Dusein prize rewards a young artist in the field of fixed and animated iamges. The works of the 5 winners succesfully awarded are exhibited: Jean-Christian Bourcart, Marc Altlan, Anri Sala, Alice Anderson [...]
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the classical heritage interpreted by the contemporary artists
From november 26 2003 to january 5 2004
23 prints done by contemporary artists -- Alberola, Pincemin, Bourgeois, Burkhard, Buraglio... - dialogue with a dozen ancient and modern prints - Baldus, Daubigny, Dufy, Vivant-Denon...
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The *chinoiserie
From november 26 2003 to february 27 2004
The works shown during this exhibit on Chinoiserie or chinese art (rare silks, also called furies due to the drawings out of order and proprotions or materials very appreciatd in the COurt) cover various periods and different currents [...]
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«Tapestry of Rozsa Polgar» et «Borders and changing in the art of medal» et «The lace of Halas»
From november 26 2003 to january 5 2004
Three parallel exhibits that evoke different horizons of Hungarian art.
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Franz Gertsch - Patti Smith I-V, 1978
From november 26 2003 to january 6 2004
For the first time 5 paintings in large format by Swiss photographer Franz Gertsch are presented together. His work presents rock star Patti Smith in different situations, on stage and in her private life.
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Anne Van Der Linden
From november 25 to december 15 2003
The artist belongs to the expressionist realism with "clear-cut colors", with disolved forms and simplified traits. Anne Van Der Linden favors scenes that are worthy of our strangest dreams, be it nightmares that could be realist portraits [...]
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Charles Bargue: the art of drawing
From november 25 2003 to february 8 2004
Charles Bargue is unknown by the public at large but he was a reference for his contemporaries. Nearly 200 lithographed drawings are shown.
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Jonathan *Hernandez, Have a nice trip
From november 25 2003 to january 25 2004
In his installations called Bon Voyage, done especially for the CAC at Malaga, Mexican artist Jonathan Hernandez has a critical and ironic look on the tourist phenomenon and its cultural, social and political implications.
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The New Kunsthalle, 2nd openning
From november 24 2003 to march 7 2004
While the «Neue Kunsthalle 1» had explicitly presented the basic classifications of art, the «Neue Kunsthalle 2» takes advantage of the opening of the 21 rooms of the new building to create new spaces of liberty, of thought where works [...]
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Rembrandt and his school. Ermitage museum in Saint-Petersbourg collctions;
From november 24 2003 to march 7 2004
Three master pieces of Rembrandt's and thirty-five by his students, all from the collection of the Ermitage Museum, most of them bought during the XVIIIth century by the Empress herself, allows us to approach the question of which [...]
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Charles Fréger, Steps
From november 23 2003 to january 3 2004
Some thirty photographic portraits of Finnish skaters, from the series Steps , done by Charles Fréger, illustrate his work which is both photographic -that is systematic and repetitive- and pictural -in the manner of the classic portrait [...]
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Paul *Klee - Death and Fire : The late work 1933-1940
From november 23 2003 to february 15 2004
Some one hundred paintings and works on paper from Klee's late period underline the special place they occupy in the painter's creation process.
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Kristina *Solomoukha : Innegotiable principles
From november 22 2003 to january 11 2004
Three recent works, among which the videoprojection of "To be continued...", the installation "The copyright garden" and the phosphorecent paintingsof the "Logo-houses". These works result from an analysis of the political, economic [...]
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Boudon
From november 22 2003 to january 10 2004
Sculptor Gérard Boudon's bronze animals inhabit the galery during this exhibit that gives a glance to all his work. Simplification and stylisation of forms, movement and expression characterize his work.
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Ages of life
From november 22 2003 to february 16 2004
Throughout one's life, various phases, some of them almost sacred, rhythm the passage from one age to the next. Baptism, communion, exams, marriage, funerals, all these ceremonies are immortalized by photographs or documents, that [...]
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After the end of Art
From november 22 2003 to february 29 2004
Rereading of works by Fontana, Manzoni, Klein, Hains and others:born from the dissidence from Surrealism, these artists go beyond the notion of art as a prepared activity, thus articulating their artistic practice to a social procedure. [...]
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Minimal to the Max : the Brownstone collection
From november 22 2003 to march 7 2004
60 minimalist paintings and sculptures by artists such as Josef Albers, Lucio Fontana, Gottfried Honegger, Imi Knoebel, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, Olivier Mosset, jean-Pierre Raynaud and Ed Ruscha. A recent donation from the Brownstone [...]
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Reflections of the flemish Golden Age : Rembrandt's etchings from the geelvinck Hinlopen Huis museum in Amsterdam
From november 22 2003 to february 12 2004
An ensemble of 51 etchings doen by Rembrandt, and lent by the Museum Geelvinck Hinlopen Huis, allow us to discover the engraved work of teh genius of Amsterdam, who has always infatuated print collectors.
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Alvar *Aalto: Timeless expression
From november 22 to december 31 2003
Views of architectures, pieces of furniture and design objects are grouped together here to present one of the greatest figures of XXth century architecture. The exhibit will be part of the Boréales 2003.
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Canova
From november 22 2003 to april 12 2004
This unique retrospective groups together more than 400 works, among which 25 marble sculptures, 100 drawings, 40 paintings and 14 monochromes, that allow to explore the multiple aspects of Canova's art.
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Shafic Abboud, little sizes: his career from 1960 to 2000
From november 21 to december 20 2003
A painter from the new Ecole de Paris, Abboud is one of the representatives of lyric abstraction of his generation. This exhibit traces the painter's artistic itinerary.
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Valérie *Jouve : A photographical season
From november 21 2003 to january 4 2004
Commissioned by the territory of the Val-de-Marne, the photographer poses her eye on the landscape, often the urban one, and combines pure reality to an imagination of situations.
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Napoléon and Jouy cloth
From november 21 2003 to june 27 2004
For this exhibit the museum focuses on the Empire period. The Oberkampf factory had its moment of glory at the beginning of the XIXth century with the creation of tapestries of mythological scenes, geometric forms, very distant from [...]
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Aura
From november 21 2003 to january 9 2004
This collective exhibit on the theme of aura groups together some thirty works of art (paintings, photogrpahs and wash-drawings on paper) by 9 permanent artists from the gallery, among them Xiao Fan, Marie Amar, Louis Jammes, Yuki [...]
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Bettina Rheims. Shanghaï.
From november 21 2003 to january 28 2004
The photographer presents 64 photographs from her new series, done in 2002 during her two stays in Shanghaï. She offers us her vision, free from all prejudices, of this cosmopolitan city that lies between tradition and modernity, through [...]
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Alfred Langer's collection, a passion for Art Nouveau of a man from Leipzig
From november 21 2003 to february 29 2004
Langer was already well-known in the world of art publications, but in the 60s he became a specialist of art nouveau. His collection includes as many objects in porcelain, glass or pewter as illustrations or rare typographic pieces.
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Portraits and self-portraits
From november 21 to december 12 2003
45 paintings and drawings present the portraits and self-portraits of artists of the end of the XIXth century and the beginning of the XXth century. At the time, the developement of photography threatened this genre, but the talent [...]
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Algeria 2003
From november 21 2003 to march 14 2004
This exhibit, built around the theme of the encounter, brings together 23 artists of different cultures and generations but who share Algeria, and associates various means of expression: photographs, videos, drawings, paintings,sculptures [...]
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Chillida
From november 21 2003 to january 25 2004
Through the one hundred pieces presented, this first retrospective since the artist's death shows the different aspects of his production since its beginnings. Drawings, sculptures,baked clays and "gravitations", sort of reliefs on paper, [...]
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Fabergé
From november 21 2003 to march 7 2004
300 unique handmade pieces by the russian goldsmith dynasty, still appreciated by the Royal family. They were famous for their skills in enamelling and jewellery, used equally for Easter eggs and normal objects turned into works of art.
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Eugène, Emile, Paul Grindel
From november 21 2003 to may 24 2004
The exhibit traces the life of the poet Paul Eluard before he took his pen name, through various photographs, personal documents, friends' testimonies, as well as works of his youth such as the Premiers poèmes anthology, published [...]
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Treasure of Sons of heaven
From november 21 2003 to february 29 2004
A selection of some 400 master pieces of the collection made by the Chinese emperors all along their reigns. An itinerary of 6000 years of creation of the prehistoric jade pendant, the bronzes, ceramics, porcelains, jewels and painting [...]
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Miklos *Bokor
From november 21 2003 to january 25 2004
A retrospective of the recent painted work (1990-2003) including 20 monumental paintings,most of them shown for the first time, and just as many works on paper. The artist's painting is always shown in perspective of history in a contemporary [...]
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From Alger to Laghouat in 1870...
From november 21 to 28 2003
32 oils on paper evoke the route of a trip through Algeria, from the North to the South. Studies on the motif present the regions of Algiers, Blida, Boghari, Bou-guezoul and Laghouat.
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Porphyry : the Scarlet Stone, from the Ptolemies to the Bonapartes
From november 21 2003 to february 16 2004
Porphyry is the most royal of all stones. Its hardness and rarity make it a luxurious stone, its purple color gives it a very uncommon character. Linked to political power, it symbolises grandeur and power. An ensemble of varied objects [...]
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Charles Malle
From november 20 to december 23 2003
Charles Malle paints towns above all, but he also paints ports, the country side, rivers and beaches. His creations are very precise regarding the atmosphere they portray, but they also deliver an emotional charge that is close to hallucinosis, [...]
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Vladimir Skoda
From november 20 2003 to november 3 2004
Skoda shows a cosmic dimension that he creates with the help of spheres, and metal cracked meteorites. The completed work is the result of a whole work of fusion and a physical combat against atoms.
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Francis Bacon, Lithographs and photographs
From november 20 to december 20 2003
By showing both the rpulsive violence of images and the splendor of his palete (from orange to translucid green), Bacon talks to us of the being, allying horror and beauty, obscene and sublime, and finally life and death.
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The piece of earthenware in Europe in 17th century
From november 20 2003 to february 16 2004
Earthenware has gone through successive periods in different countires in Europe. The exhibit intends to show the peak of Delft earthenware, which under the influence of China porcelain put an end to the reign of majolica.
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Mondrian + Malevitch
From november 20 2003 to january 25 2004
In the midst of the permanent collection, 20 works by each of the two artists of geomtric abstraction are presented. The exhibit retraces the phases of their evolution, influenced in a convincing manner by French cubism.
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The chinese porcelaine *odyssey
From november 20 2003 to february 26 2004
During the Year of China a rare ensemble is shown for the first time, including 210 Chinese porcelains going from the IXth to the XIXth century -the coasts of the sea of China, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic Ocean.
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Flemish painting of the 17th century
From november 20 2003 to march 31 2004
The museum invites us to discover its Dutch collection from the XVIIth cnetury, taht includes over 100 works (landscape paintings, genre scenes,portraits, interiors of churches) from most of the regional schools. Among them, Pieter [...]
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Micha Laury: Burning Titles Selected Index 1967-2001
From november 20 2003 to february 1 2004
A work-performance by the artist, grouping together some 144 drawings and a video that takes a look at a third of a century of personal creation. About the notion of work in time, between evolution, transformation and recreation.
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Otto Steidle - The City and the House
From november 20 2003 to february 15 2004
For Otto Steidle's 60th anniversary, a presentation of his most important projects and constructions is organized by the Pinakothek.
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Yannick Demmerle
From november 19 2003 to february 1 2004
Aside from the oppressive photographs taken of the forest, there is a series of cages of animals of prey, mostly felines which he took in the Dresden zoo in 2000. Whether occupied or empty, the are photographed in such a way as to offer [...]
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Sophie Calle
From november 19 2003 to march 15 2004
Close to narration, Sophie Calle's work is related to that of artists from the 60s and 70s, where the status of the photographic image refered to the trace, the objective proof of their experiences and their performances. The Pompidou [...]
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Interactive Design, sensory experience
From november 19 2003 to january 6 2004
Through the software that ensures an exchange between the electronic components and the user, the object and interactive mechanism now configure themselves in a creation process that is in constant mutation. In a fun and poetic circuit, [...]
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Béatrice Englert, le hublot
From november 19 to december 20 2003
Béatrice Englert only paints portraits and groups of persons of which she sketches the forms in order to represent at least a visible reality but to show us her intimate reality.
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Nadia Ghiaï-Far
From november 19 to december 4 2003
Nearly 16 non-figurative paintings in mixed techniques based on oil on canvas, as well as some ten charcoals on paper allow us to discover the work of artist Nadia Ghiaï-Far, through an original presentation playing with the vertical [...]
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Reiser!
From november 19 2003 to january 19 2004
This exhibit dedicated to drawer Reiser brings together nearly 250 originals (covers, sketches...) of which many have never been shown before.
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The *empress and her painters
From november 19 2003 to march 1 2004
Some fifty works from Josephine's former collection of which some(Valentin from Milano) are kept today at the Hermitage in Saint Petersburg show the Empress's personal taste for the "troubadour" painters, of landscapes, botanics, [...]
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Emmanuelle Flandre
From november 19 to december 12 2003
où sont implicitement mêlés l'analyse critique de l'histoire de l'art et le réinvestissement de la dimension décorative de l'art traditionnelement perçues comme péjorative.
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Jean-Noël *Lavesvre : Terracotta wares
From november 19 to december 23 2003
A "Silent Opera" of figurines in earthenware, composed by opera scenographer JeanNoël Lavesvre who presents himself here as a sculptor.
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Dominique *Digeon : Intérior lifes.
From november 18 to december 20 2003
The ensemble called Internal lives develops the internal vision of the body (swarming with life) and its relation with the soul in a primary perspective, close to the treatment of the elements that make up the universe (such as the Air/Water/Fire/Earth [...]
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Nora *Herman, A hundred paintings for Argentina
From november 18 to 28 2003
Nora Herman'spaintings are born from an "ocean-universe" and express a certain confusion between earth and water.
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Fabricated paradises, Contemporary chinese art
From november 18 2003 to january 3 2004
As part of the year of China the Parvis offers a glance on Chinese contemporary art with Yin Xiuzhen, Chen Shaoxiong, Zhou Tiehai, Zheng Guogu, Sha Yeya, Chen Zaiyan, Sun Qinlin, Yang Yong, Gu Dexin, Wang Jianwei, Ou Ning/Cao Fei, [...]
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Christian *Jaccard, as a white dream
From november 18 2003 to february 1 2004
Jaccard's sculptures, formed by knots and white interlaces play with full volumes and empty ones by integrating into the architecture and the space of the Vieille Charité Chapel. A video by the artist (18mn) completes the mechanism.
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Observer of design
From november 18 2003 to february 8 2004
This 5th edition, aimed at the public at large as well as the professionals, awards and focuses as the previous years on a selection of the best results of the collaboration between corporations and designers.
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Little approaches of contemporary art
From november 17 to december 20 2003
The exhibit tries to clarify certain procedures in contemporary art through an ensemble of 70 works chosen in the collections of the Museum of the Little Format and presented in two parts. The first groups together the creations that [...]
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Vies de châteaux
From november 17 2003 to april 24 2004
Medieval castles are,like the religious buildings, the monuments most represented in stamps, with more than 50 since 1849. The exhibit offers to discover the daily life in the middle ages, that of the powerful as well as that of the humble.
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Anna *Peipina, tribute to colors
From november 17 to 29 2003
The first Parisian exhibit of this Russian painter who presents her landscapes and still lives between figurative art and abstraction.
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Enrique Marin
From november 16 2003 to february 29 2004
An important retrospective of the artist from Andaluzia traces forty yeras of creation through pastels, paintings, sculptures...He talks about the anguishes and wounds of our time through a universe that is both fun and disquieting.
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Klaus *Rinke, «Plutonium»
From november 16 2003 to march 14 2004
Large black graphite drawings are side by side with recent installations and sculptures on the recurrent themes of the clock and the circulation of water. We also see historic works, in particular photographic self-portraits: "Disappear [...]
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A.D.Trantenroth : Bestiftungen unter zuckerpulversahnetee
From november 16 2003 to january 11 2004
A presentation of drawings by the artist, questioning both the word and the iamge, the body's geometry, the abstract forms that people discreetly our daily life, and the oneiric representations of our human imagination: the border [...]
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Enchanting Modern : Ilonka Karasz , 1896-1981
From november 16 2003 to february 8 2004
A retrospective of the decorator artist brings together his paintings, prints and drawings from the 1920-30s, a dozen deorated plates done for the New Yorker, textiles, ceramics and furniture done by hand or by machine, as well as wall-paper [...]
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Persian itinerarys
From november 15 to december 24 2003
A double exhibit offers an original journey between yesterday's and today's Iran through some thirty antique and semi-antique Kilims and a series of photographs titled "Being twenty years old in Tehran" by Isabelle Eshraghi.
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Richard Fauguet, chesnuts and white wine
From november 15 to december 20 2003
The artist reexplores emblematic images and objects from our century. The elements are integrated in an installation that occupies all of the galery. Photographs will also be presented.
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Picasso's studios : photographs of D.Maar, A.Villiers, L.Clergue, D.D.Duncan, H.Cartier-Bresson, R.Otero
From november 15 2003 to february 29 2004
A return to the places where some famous photographers were able to capture Picasso's daily life through his studios, the places where he both lived and created, at the beginning of the XXth century up to the 1970s, from Montmartre [...]
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In Mid-air, Camille Pissaro and the Painters from the Oise Valley
From november 15 2003 to january 25 2004
As part of the Pissaro year in Pontoise, the Musée Tavet retraces the painter's career. The selection of paintings, both those by Pissaro as those by his friends Daubigny and Cézanne, enhance the painter's historic and geographic importance. [...]
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Bernhard Martin
From november 15 to december 8 2003
Bernhard Martin's work consists in various, varied pictural universes,following the tradition of the surrealists. The images the artist uses, often taken out of their context, both realist and abstract, are enhanced by accentuated [...]
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Tapestries of Renaissance
From november 15 to december 28 2003
We can rediscover, at the moment they are taken out of the reserves, the Cathedral's tapestries deposited at the museum as well as works from the XVIth and XVIIth century collections. Do not miss the restaured works, such as "The massacre [...]
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Calder : gouaches, sculptures, drawings, tapestrys
From november 15 2003 to february 15 2004
A glance at an unknown aspect of Calder's work. Over 90 works done in the 1960s, at a time when the artist was interested in tapestty, lithography and painting, in particular in the production of gouaches, without ever leaving his sculpture. [...]
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The light on the cord. Bulbs in posters of the Salce collection.
From november 15 2003 to march 28 2004
Since it was nvneted in 1879 by Edison, the light bulb has been greatly developed. The first advertising posters appeared in the 1890s, following the expansion of this new industry. The exhibit traces this double adventure thanks to the famous [...]
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Pierre *Péron, Charmed Bretagne
From november 15 2003 to march 7 2004
Nearly 150 works by Pierre Péron, most of them never brought otgether before, allow us to discover the artist's wonderful universe and his vision of enchanted and enchanting Bretagne, peopled with korrigans, mermaids or men-fish.
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Tony Soulié
From november 14 to december 14 2003
Tony Soulié does workson paper, on backgrounds of grey and black lithograph and represents floating forms. Combining life and painting, he integrates laquer, carpenter glue, carborandum powder as well as acrylic and photos to his art.
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«4»: Maura Biava, Elspeth Diederx, Mark Hosking, Philippe Terrier-Hermann
From november 14 to december 20 2003
4 artists from the gallery who all resided at the Rijksakademie d'Amsterdam in 1996, exhibit their works. The photographs by M. Biava, E. Diederix and P. Terrier-Hermann, as well as installations by M. Hosking have in common the fact [...]
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Lucio *Perinotto, Paintings
From november 14 to december 6 2003
Air painter Lucio Perinotto remains faithful to his themes: airports lit up at night, military or legendary airplanes, American cars from the 1950s, or even mythical towns flown over by a Constellation or DC4.
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Jean-Luc *André, The brigade of hapiness
From november 14 2003 to january 3 2004
In this exhibit which follows the one of 2001 called "Drawings and incidents", Jean-Luc André invites us to discover the new Baaderbank program of resistance, with an ensemble of installations, drawings and paintings.
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Art, lies and videotape.
From november 14 2003 to january 25 2004
The key moments of the perforamnce are approached in the exhibit through 6 themes and the works of major atists, from Luigi Russolo to Ron Athey. Lost history, Image as icon and Fact of fiction are among the themes that deal with the durability [...]
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Corporal identity - body language
From november 14 2003 to june 4 2004
145 American and German artists from different horizons explore the contemporary attitudes through the human body, through their works. The exhibit includes over 200 works among which the "Vascular Studies" by jeweller Julia Barelle, [...]
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Italian drawings of the collections of the Orleans museum
From november 14 2003 to february 15 2004
The exhibit is opened by forty-six drawings created in Tuscany, in Florence and Siena, places where the "modern manner" was invented. Salviati, Vasari, Carravaggio, Giordano, Gandolfi, Titien, Vronese and many other artists then symbolize [...]
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FM: installations
From november 14 to december 14 2003
Young Belgian artist Frédéric Marbaix does a series of original installations, in situ. By combining natural elements with electronic technologies, his sound and visual installations lead to thinkin about the link between man and the environment.
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Michel *Jouenne, «Jetlags»
From november 14 2003 to january 11 2004
Through his paintigns the artist has us share his travels and the ladnscapes he admires in countries as different one from the other as India, Ireland or Guadeloupe.He loves to describe in them the people and the climatic atmospheres.
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Jacques Henri *Lartigue : Me and the others
From november 14 to december 20 2003
To open the doors to his privacy, the photographer immortalized his encounters, his contact with high society, his precious instants and his strong emotions. In this way the memory of beings and the wonder of life are added to the fascinating [...]
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Beaches of the Loire : a story under the sand
From november 14 2003 to february 16 2004
At the beginning of the XIXth century the bourgeoisie greatly appreciated sea baths for their health values. This was naturally followed by swimming in the Loire, and between 1880 and the 1970s it became the privilege of local residents [...]
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The *neorealism years, the italian photographies tendencies, 1948-1960
From november 14 to december 4 2003
From the Second World War to the beginning of the 1960s, photography was used as a support for historic documents. Nearly 45 black and white photographs by great Italian photographers from that time are grouped together.
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Chinese printmaking today
From november 14 2003 to march 7 2004
The exhibit presents an ensemble of nearly 200 prints, done between 1980 and 2000, representing 90 Chinese contemporary, post-revolutionary artists who enhance the re-evaluation of the traditional Eastern forms.
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Manuel *Ruiz Vida, Painting and his object
From november 14 to december 24 2003
Artist Manuel Ruiz Vida, who since 1998 has painted urban environments and engimatic tanks, who alone represent nuances of constantly changing colors, here questions painting and its object.
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Odorama
From november 13 to december 18 2003
The sens of smell is the least developed of our five senses. Man is uncapable of describing an odor. For this reason, the Fondation Cartier has commissioned artists to present concepts of odor projects as part of the Soirées Nomades. [...]
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Georges Hugnet, Stickings
From november 13 2003 to january 31 2004
Artist, poet, critic, historian of surrealism and of dadaïsm, Hugnet is still often unknown: this collage is an ancient and lasting passion that places him as one of the leaders of collage innovation.
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Jean Prouvé
From november 13 to december 14 2003
A selection of very original pieces of furniture -an Antony chair, a city armchair, a pedestal table...- by this major figure in modern design are shown here.
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Roland Devolder
From november 13 to december 27 2003
Devolder explores a surealist universe and an expressionist staging with the intervention of enigmatic characters in a dreamlike atmosphere.
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Brigitte Bauer
From november 13 to december 20 2003
This series of photographs "of Germany" traces Brigitte Bauer's return to her native country through 20 snapshots. A sensitive itinerary through which the photographer questions her identity through the lens of her camera.
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About the comode
From november 13 2003 to august 29 2004
A major piece of furniture in the XVIII century, the chest of drawers is enhanced through a few examples. These pieces of furniture are presented from all angles...thus demonstrating their manufacturing techniques and their decorative [...]
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There: here and somewhere else
From november 13 to december 7 2003
Three Isräeli and one French artist were selected by Yona Fischer to tell us about their intimate "here and elsewhere". The exhibit refelcts the evocation of a feeling more than an idea.
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Master works from Ferrara
From november 13 2003 to february 29 2004
Some thirty paintings commissioned by Ercole II d'Este between 1450 and 1550 to decorate his residence in Ferrara. This ensemble, conserved intact, is a rare example of the representation of princely life at the time.
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Blake and Mortimer in Paris
From november 13 2003 to april 30 2004
This retrospective exhibit pays an homage to the work of Edgar P. Jacobs, the creator of the cartoon strip Blake and Mortimer, through more than 200 original drawings (preparatory sketches, plates,colorings...) and aims at being fun and pedagogic.
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Philippe Tallis : Body Movements
From november 12 to 23 2003
"Nothing ever stops, time goes by in suspended instants", according to Tallis, who thus confessed his obsession with the quest for movement. Man or animal? The artist here pursues pure instinct. What counts is to find, through the major [...]
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White desert : travel in the libyan desert
From november 12 to 29 2003
In the continuation of the exhibit "the century of Théodore Monod", photographer Patrick Darphin presents his works on this desert where the wind has created surprising, monumental sculptures over centuries. One of the places Monod [...]
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Hernandez - drawings, engravings, paintings
From november 12 2003 to january 17 2004
Spanish painter, drawer and engraver José Hernandez places himself outside of all artistic currents. Whatever his means of expression, he imposes a tragic vision of the world with figurative works in which each creature is inhabited [...]
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Photography: Architectures, between object and pretext
From november 12 to 30 2003
Students from the second cycle of the university of Paris VIII at Saint-Denis, and six photographers selected according to a written project, express themselves on architecture and town planing.
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Figures of intimity, the family albums
From november 11 2003 to february 15 2004
At the end of the XIXth century, a great number of important families asked photographers to set the happy moments,such as parties, births and excursions. These albums protect the intimacy as much as they put them on stage, and show [...]
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Art festival: The flesh and God
From november 9 to 30 2003
This festival which takes place in Lyons in some twenty different places, gives the Subsistancies the opportunity to bring together the works of eight artists, who think about the festival theme, by evoking the relationship between [...]
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Lorenzo Cambin
From november 9 2003 to january 16 2004
The artist unveils for us his latest "spazzi" (spaces), the name he gives to his sculptures inspired only from nature, his colors, his forms and his materials.
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TALK ME ABOUT*ALGER : Marseille-Alger in the miror of memories
From november 9 2003 to march 15 2004
Between the south bank and the north bank of teh Mediteranean, th etwo sister-cities have weaved a relationship old of seven centuries...If the religious, political and commercial relations are supposed to reflect the idfferences between [...]
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Jean-Jacques le *Corre : Masculin nudes
From november 9 to december 1 2003
X,l contemporary artists -painters, sculptors, advertisers - expose the woman's body, few have really beingintersted in man's. Without voyeurism nor lack of prudishness, Le Corre unveils in a very aesthetic manner all of man's strength [...]
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Sniff receptor
From november 9 2003 to january 25 2004
Peter De Cupere uses odors (pleasant and unpleasant) in his installations and performances. This exhibit is reinforced by an olfactic film, the first in Belgian history.
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Allison Jane Reed
From november 8 to december 14 2003
Various aspects of the work by British aqrtist Alison Reed are approached by this exhibit that reveals her taste for combining different genres by bringing together her paintings, travel logs and a series of digital photographs on the theme [...]
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Elisabeth Lemaigre Voreaux, paintings, collages, installations
From november 8 to december 14 2003
The artist incorporates into her work natural materials that prove how time passes. She succeeds, starting with fragments she sticks together, to give a harmony of the ensemble.
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Vies silencieuses
From november 8 to december 28 2003
The creations of nternational artists such as Yozo Hamaguchi, Giorgio Morandi or Joel Peter Witkin are grouped together here around the theme of still lives, also called silent lives, and reveal the richness of this genre which looked [...]
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The Unhomely
From november 8 2003 to january 11 2004
In response to Sigmund Freud's book «das Unheimliche», the exhibit gathers together a whole ensemble of artists with a correspondance between them. The work is focused on familiar objects rendered in a certain manner, enigmatic, uncomfortable [...]
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Günther Förg, photographs of Moscow
From november 8 2003 to february 1 2004
Photographs (mostly in black & white) by the German artist unveil Moscovite architecture to us.The main objective of his work is not to present to us in a formal manner the town's architecture, but to report on the modernism of the forms.
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Ghosts of the road of Ladies - Presbytery of Yves Gibeau
From november 8 2003 to february 15 2004
An homage to writer Yves Gibeau through pieces from his personal museum made of remains from WW II and through photographs of his friend Gérard Rondeau. This anti-military writer, critical of the clergy, lived the last years of his life [...]
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Movements of funds, Aquisitions 2002 of the State Funds for Contemporary Art
From november 8 2003 to february 8 2004
A selection of 124 works bought by the State during the year 2002 is presented by the Mac.Post-pop works by Olivier Mosset or John Trambley echo the divertions by Bertrand Lavier and Pascal Pinaud. Photography is well represented by Becher, [...]
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Oriental porcelain in the Netherlands.
From november 8 2003 to february 15 2004
The 200 pieces of Chinese or Japanese porcelain, done between the XIVth and the XIXth centuries illustrate the interactionsbetween the East and the West through their export as early as the XVIIth century by the Dutch. Works of art of the national [...]
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Reed bed of Mathilde Papapietro
From november 8 2003 to january 4 2004
For a few months the museum of Romans becomes an area where reeds grow. This water plant from which the artist picks the leaves, is dried up, knotted, platted as well as painted, serigraphed, sanded and printed.
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Gemine e muse - Giovani artisti nei musei italiani
From november 8 2003 to january 11 2004
Young artists from all over Italy offer their creations inspired from works of the past. The objective is to throw a bridge between the prestigious Italian artistic tradition and emerging artists.
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Ben, difficult to be an other
From november 8 to december 6 2003
On the theme of the difficulty of being someone else, we discover or rediscover all that makes up Ben's strength: humor, provocation and in particular the constant questioning of the world and his contemporaries.
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Edouard Levé, Reconstitutions
From november 7 to december 13 2003
The exhibit makes us discover the work of Edouard Levé through an ensemble of photographs, from three recent series: Pornography, Rugby and Daily, which are recosntructions in which the models play out scenes inspired from the press.
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Ken Lum
From november 7 to december 31 2003
In the series of the Shopkepers,exhibited on the groundfloor of the galery, artist Ken Lum, a native Canadian, gives a look to our consumers society. The new series of mirrors, presented on the first floor, offers us a more intimate [...]
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Andrea Keen, River
From november 7 to december 1 2003
The exhibit invites us to discover, while deambulating freely, Andrea Keen's photographic itinerary. The artist followed the Seine for a whole year, starting at Conflans-Sainte-Honorine all the way to The Havre.
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Dider *Ben Loulou : Borderlines
From november 7 to december 14 2003
Ben Loulou has walked the same places for the past 10 years, from Jerusalem to Haïfa. His photographs are presented during the 15th Photographic Encounters of Lorient named Frontiers are made to be undone.
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Fernando Botero
From november 7 2003 to march 15 2004
The 100 works exhibited, most of them for the first time, illustrate the artist's work over the last 5 years.Aside from his traditional subjects, such as dance or still life,the artist also deals with more serious themes, such as violence [...]
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Daniel Frasnay : Photographs
From november 7 to december 6 2003
Even if as a photographer of shows, Frasnay artistically sculpts the bodies lighted by his electronic flashes, he also knows how to seize great portraits in the more intimate lights of workshops: Braque, Miro, Dali, Klein, Kooning, [...]
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Kupka
From november 7 2003 to february 8 2004
The exhibit, organized in partnership withthe Pompidou Center, traces the itinerary of Czech painter and drawer Kupka, through some one hundred paintings, pastels, drawings and prints. Among the works exhibited,we can see Les cavaliers, [...]
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Helmar *Lerski, Metamorphosis by light
From november 7 2003 to january 18 2004
This retrospective groups together 121 images shown in France for the first time and gives a complete vision of the work of this expressionist photographer, by putting the accent on the close-up portrait study.
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Olivier Passieux
From november 7 to december 31 2003
Olivier Passieux's blurred paintings resemble photographs veiled by memory. The artist thus makes his the raw material of his works, i.e. the photos of unknown families that he collects, confering to them an enigmatic floating aspect.
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Günter Brus, Werkumkreisung
From november 7 2003 to february 8 2004
Known for his central role among the Viennese actionists and for his performances of self-mutilation, Brus sheds light here on his assemblage of drawings and texts, thus combining verb and pictural sphere in an innovating and fantastic [...]
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Hitler's murder attempt
From november 7 to march 30 2003
The aim is to show a history that is still unknown about Germany under the Nazis, the history of men and women who wanted to kill Hitler to put an end to the dictatorship. Unsuccesful tries, no doubt, and yet resistance that contributed [...]
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Olaf Breuning, Project room V
From november 7 2003 to february 8 2004
Olaf Breuning diverted the cultural codes of contemporary art, music and cinema through his eclectic work in the middle of the 90s. He has a new video instalation presented in the shape of a triple synchronised projection, accompanied [...]
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Homage to Jean Dieuzaide
From november 7 2003 to january 11 2004
The exhibit pays tribute to one of the pioneers in photography, an importatn character in the town of Arles, Jean Dieuzaide, through nearly 73 works on the universal themes of natural forms, his native town Toulouse, or even Roman [...]
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Intimate Picasso:The Jacqueline's collection
From november 7 2003 to march 28 2004
In homage to Picasso, who died 30 years ago on 8 April 1973, this new exhibit area unveils for the first time some 90 paintings, drawings, collages and sculptures offered by Picasso to his last wife, Jacqueline. In parallel, nearly [...]
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From Kirchner to Beckmann
From november 7 2003 to february 8 2004
A selection of nearly 80 drawings and prints by the German Expressionists from the collection of the Hamburger Kunsthalle. Next to the Die Brücke artists: Kirchner, Heckel, Schmidt-Rottluff ... as well as works by Otto Dix or Beckmann.
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La Scala
From november 7 2003 to february 8 2004
Numerous costumes and 200 sketches of opera settings trace the history of the Scala of Milano.
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Vladimir Montufar
From november 7 to december 3 2003
Vladimir Montufar's fanciful bronze sculptures such as the River, the Cyclope, the Town or even the procession of women pay a homage to the Maya culture and express different aspects of man's universal condition. the procession [...]
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Small masterpieces of Egyptian art. Selections from the Myers Museum at Eton College.
From november 7 2003 to february 29 2004
214 small objects, amulets, jewels and ornaments, done on a period over 4000 years, illustrate the know-how of Egyptian artisans. These pieces from the Myers Museum, some of them have never left England. We can admire among others [...]
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Russian Paris, 1910-1960
From november 7 2003 to february 1 2004
Reknowned Russian and SQoviet artists such as Bakst, Chagall, Soutine, Kandinsky, Somov have always stayed at least once in Western Europe during their lives. Thanks to the presentation of 200 works, paintings and sculptures, their [...]
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Xiao Fan, 100 flowers and recents paintings
From november 7 2003 to january 18 2004
Paintings by Chinese artist Xiao Fan, from a series of the One hundred flowers, pick up a vey ancient tradition and are side by side here with his recent compositions, done for the museum of the Ursulines, named Journal Onirique.
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In the intimity of creation : the most beautiful drawings of the museum
From november 7 2003 to march 1 2004
An ensemble of 150 pieces has been chosen among the museum's works of art. It includes French drawings from the XVIIth century to the middle of the XXth by Poussin, Chardin, Courbet, Delacroix, Géricault, Dufy, Matisse..., and Italian [...]
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Edible ?
From november 7 to 28 2003
In order to demonstrate that contrary to advertising, fashion or journalism photography, artistic photography is made according to a specific care, the winners of the contest exhibit their creations.
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Behind, a skittles game was laying…
From november 7 2003 to february 9 2004
The exhibit traces the history of the game of skittle in Bourgogne in the XIXth and XXth centuries and looks into the rules of the game as well as the social character the game entails.
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Adriana
From november 6 to 15 2003
French artist Adriana exhibits her new sculptures. Groups or faces, these pieces reveal a unique anatomy in which the human shape is mixed with tentacular hybrids, representing a true questioning of human condition.
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Olivier Blanckart
From november 6 to 27 2003
The exhibit is a homage to Olivier Blanckart, considered as one of the last Dadaïsts.Playing with all the different styles of confusion, the artist made over a nearly ten year period objects of different materials (scotch, cardboard)and [...]
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A non-objective world in photographie
From november 6 to december 20 2003
The focus is on experimental photograph, born from an abstract and scientist body (lightning, sparks, astronomy), detached itself from any objective and functional implication to turn towards creative subjectivity, and finally claimed [...]
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Noronha da Costa revisited
From november 6 2003 to february 29 2004
The artist's most significative paintings, done between the middle of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1980s are shown here. An important pictural work in the history of Portuguese art.
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Emmanuelle Villard : Hugs and Kiss
From november 6 2003 to january 10 2004
E. Villard is one of the rare painters to use the grid as a subject for her paintings, and she transforms the canvas into volume, but in a volume of one same surface. In doing these objects-surfaces, she created curves, making certain [...]
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Valérie Pavia : The bear's dream
From november 6 to december 5 2003
The second prize for the documentary film of Siberia 2003, "the bear's dream" takes us to the heart of Moscow which becomes sublime, poetic and chaotic due to a bear who starts to dream and thus transforms the city into a compeltely [...]
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Aspects of Contemporary's photographies from the south of the Caucasus
From november 6 to december 20 2003
A collective exhibit by photographers from Armenia, Azerbajdzaïn and Georgia, among them Irina Abjandadze, Sanan Aleskerov, Hadjija Alijeva, Vaghinak Badalian, Chingiz, Teymur Daimi, Goslab, Temo Javakhishvili, David Kareyan, Grigor [...]
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Denis Godefroy, Rétrospective
From november 6 2003 to february 10 2004
Somber and passionate landscapes, creative chaos, obscure forces and vital energy. Denis Godefroy does paintings of unfathomable depth, his sober and touching landscapes transport us.
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David Hockney, prints
From november 6 to december 24 2003
Two years after his previous exhibit,the artist is back with prints and engravings that allow one to rediscover his work, all done in control and freedom.
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Jan Voss, Remue-ménage
From november 6 to december 24 2003
The paintings done between 2002-2003 by the artist and named Remue-ménage present no perspective nor center. The apparent chaos of these works has the eye go from one motive to the next, always in action.
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Armando Reverón
From november 6 2003 to february 3 2004
About 100 works, including paintings, drawings, and a small selection of objects made by the artist, introduce the work of one of the most important modern Latin American artists to an international audience.
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Sekiguchi *Natsuko : Flower of summer
From november 6 to 23 2003
The daughter of two artists, Natsuko is marked by the landscapes she encounters by absorbing the atmosphere they give out. "The sea", " nature" and "sound" are the three themesshe deals with, linking softness and brutality in her brush [...]
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Albert Bouquillon, sculptor (1908-1997) : Studio's ambiance
From november 5 to december 14 2003
The adolescents holding hands, the Meat Carrier at work...The opportunity to rediscover the sculptures by an artist who tried to give a new life to the classic way of representing the body, through subjects marked by daily reality [...]
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Ugo Rondinone
From november 5 to december 27 2003
As part of the Staging Festival 2003 (Festival Mettre en Scène 2003), the artist takes over four cultural locations in rennes. At the Criée, he presents a video installation produced for this occasion, made up of six mural projections [...]
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Heath Robinson
From november 5 2003 to january 18 2004
This exhibit invites us to discover the universe of humoristic drawer William Heath Robinson (1872-1944), known for his illustrations of Poe's poems or Andersen's and Perrault's stories, through some one hundred original drawings and paintings. [...]
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The origin of the abstraction
From november 5 2003 to february 23 2004
From Friedrich to Mondrian, including Monet, Derain, Kandinsky, Redon or Klee, Orsay groups together all those who, moved by the theories of perception of their time, expressed their sensorial experiences through color, light and the evanescent [...]
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Animals of Oudry - Collection of princes of Mecklembourg-Schwerin
From november 5 2003 to february 9 2004
Some thirty works of art from the collection of the Dukes of Mecklembourg-Scherwin, great cultured amateurs of cynegetic paintings, as well as 23 paintings from the castle's collection unveil the talents of the most famous French animal [...]
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Glances to the urban area of Bastia
From november 5 to december 19 2003
A plural work (six artists exhibit) marked by a consciously universal character of the authors, who make an effort to establish a link between the artistic practice and the social realities in which the creators have evolved. The outline [...]
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Francis *Bacon : Pictures of the artist's studio, by Perry Ogden
From november 5 to december 20 2003
Prior to the dismounting and move of Francis Bacon's workshop, photographer Perry Ogden immortalized his "carefully organized chaos". The series of photographs show the environment needed by the artist to give free rein to his creative [...]
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Marie-Hélène Le Ny
From november 5 to december 19 2003
Marie-Hélène Le Ny works on human behavior. She tries to enhance what is specific and original to daily life through her photographs. The series of snapshots she presents focus on our eating habits and the recent changes linked to consumer [...]
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Bruno *Boudjelal, Algerian chronicles of a return
From november 4 to december 13 2003
Of an Algerian father and a French mother, Bruno Boudjelal tells us through a series of photographs, his first trip to Algeria, as well as his encounter in a small town in the region of Setif, with his Algerian family in 1993.
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Françoise *Saur, Women of Gourara
From november 4 to december 13 2003
Françoise Saur, for whom woman's condition has always been a worry and a great challenge, shows us her photographs of Algerian women who live in the Gourara villages, the Timimoun region, South of the great western erg.
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Acelebration of hungarian gold and silver
From november 4 2003 to february 1 2004
As an openikngto "Magyarmagic", the Hungarian season in Engalnd, 48 pieces, from the meidieval times to the beginning of the XIXth century, present the diversity of the art of precious metals at the crossroads of Western (German, Italien [...]
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Michel Le *Moine / Collective the Cyclope : Somewhere else and here
From november 4 to 27 2003
In his photographs Michel Le Moine asked some fifteen asylum seekers to evoke their exile, through an object of their "elsewhere", and asked some fifteen statutory refugees to present an object, or a symbol of their "here".
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Tangle art
From november 3 to 27 2003
The idea of weaving a link between art and the universe of rugby, through different forms of art, is a unique and original occasion to bring forward the values of this sport and to go beyond the split that remains too often between [...]
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Robert Combas
From november 2 to 26 2003
For the first time in Paris a representative ensemble of prints by Robert Combas done over the last 20 years is exhibited, and offer the opportunity to discover unknown works by this figurative artist.
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Thierry Cheverney, Denis Proteor
From november 2 to 30 2003
Two contemporary photographers confront their works. Thierry Cheverney presents an unusual photographic work, based on the observation of events with a political dimension, while Denis Proteor concentrates on the abandoning of oneself [...]
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Toussaint Louverture and the slavery seen by artists from Comté
From november 2 2003 to january 4 2004
Some fifteen painters and sculptors from the Comté region grouped together to work on the theme of slavery, borne from the history of Toussaint Louverture. The matter of the evolution of slavery since the XIXth century to our day will [...]
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Erik Samakh, between dogs and wolfs
From november 1 2003 to june 30 2004
At the crossroads between visual arts and sound creation, Erik Samakh takes over the natural spaces of fictive sound surroundings. Entre chiens et loups (In the twilight) is the title of a creation that groups different sensitive [...]
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Eugène Delacroix (1798-1963)
From november 1 2003 to february 1 2004
An ensemble of 200 works by Delacroix, including paintings, drawings and prints, done before,during and after his trip to Marocco, belonging now to public and private collections in Europe and the United States visit all the periods [...]
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Giorgione, the marvels of art
From november 1 2003 to february 22 2004
The event allows us to look in depth into the artistic and human work of an artist that was both evocative and enigmatic. For the first time in many decades, works such has The tempest or Nudity are exhibited.
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Krijn de Koning
From november 1 2003 to january 4 2004
Krijn De Koning made 3 sculptures that integrate themselves into 3 rooms in the castle. The artist thought space over, transformed it without spoiling it. His sculptures are notonly objects to contemplate, they become a new space that [...]
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