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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.

Louise Bourgeois
From january 31 to april 18 2004
Over one hundred prints and some ten illustrated books trace the itinerary of the printed work of Louise Bourgeois since 1938.
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From Corot to Cézanne - Nature as the artist's studio
From january 31 to may 9 2004
The theme of this exhibit, the evolution of landscape painting in the XIXth century in France, is the opportunity to admire works by Corot, Monet, Puvis de Chavannes or even Cézanne. From the idealized landscape to the impressionist [...]
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Teresa Hubbard / Alexander Birchler
From january 31 to april 18 2004
The couple of American artists presnets their latest production: House with pool. Their works, photographic or filmed, reveal their interest in the undecided space-time dimension.
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Alphonse *Mucha (1860-1939), Master of Jugendstil
From january 31 to may 23 2004
This retrospective dedicated to Alphonse Mucha groups together a series of paintings, of large posters and works of decorative arts. A Some of his photographic portraits of Gauguin and Rodin are also exhibited.
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Near and far
From january 31 to march 28 2004
The first of a series of exhibits at the Center of Contemporary Art, bringing together each time works by some fifteen artist among which Marie José Burki, Gabriel Orozco, Etienne Pressager, Richard Wright... The artists' work deals [...]
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Vuillard, from Post-Impressionist to Modern Master
From january 31 to april 18 2004
Including nearly 200 works, this retrospective groups together a series of drawings and paintings, of theater programs, as well as an ensemble of large decorative panels. A few photographs of families or friends also give an idea of the artist's [...]
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Anthony *Haughey, Disputed Territory
From january 30 to march 6 2004
Irish artist Anthony Haughey explores, with his contemporary vocabulary (photo and video),a recurrent past and examines the traces of persistant disagreements: those of the Irish conflict, as well as the fights of other European territories.
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Gérard *Deschamps, retrospective 1956 - 2003
From january 30 to april 14 2004
Belonging to the New Realism movement, Deschamps dedicates himself completely to the retrieval and materials of all types and from all times. Associated to one another in compositions, the materials transformed into true paintings [...]
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From *Greco to Delacroix : the Athen National Gallery collections
From january 30 to may 31 2004
From the Byzantine icons to the Greek paintings of the XXth century, from Western paintings of the XIVth to those of the XIXth century, ancient Italian drawings...some one hundred works illustrate the wealth of the collections in the Athens [...]
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Chinese contemporary photography
From january 30 to april 26 2004
This ensemble of ill-sorted and surprising photographs, from the national collections of the FNAC, evoke both the pictural tradition and a lucid analysis of Chinese contemporary society.
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Pierre Buraglio
From january 30 to march 20 2004
Pierre Buraglio's recent works sign a return to the tradition of great painting. The artist thus inaugurates a series of self-portraits and paintings done on the motive. He also presents an ensemble of drawings according to a model, [...]
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Constantin Brancusi : The essence of things
From january 29 to may 23 2004
In the midst of the first large exhibit dedicated to the artist in Great-Britain, 40 works of Brancusi try to capture the essential character of his art: serenity, bronze, wood, lines, curves, and the mixture of various heritages at the source [...]
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Yves Laloy
From january 29 to may 2 2004
The city of Rennes, Yves Laloy's native town, pays homage to the painter through an important retrospective that brings together more than 120 works dated between 1948 and 1972. Between biomorphic and geometric abstraction, these paintings [...]
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From *Millet to Matisse. French painting of the XIXe and XXe centuries of Glasgow Kelvingrove Art Gallery
From january 29 to may 2 2004
From landscape artists from the School of Barbizon to the Nabis, including the Impressionists, the sixty odd paintings from the most important collection of French painting in Great-Britain broaches a major period of the history of art at the turn [...]
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Julian Schnabel. Paintings 1978-2003
From january 29 to april 25 2004
Over fifty monumental works, where oil, wax and plaster mix with cloth, wood or with broken plates.These works mark the renaissance of painting as an original artistic medium, of which Julian Schnabel was one of the actors since the 70s next [...]
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Carlo Zinelli
From january 29 to march 28 2004
This retrospective groups together for the first time in France nearl one hundred works, sculptures in earthnware and gouaches, all from the most prestigious collections (funds of Vittorino Andreoli, Fondazione Zinelli, private French, [...]
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Gustav Klimt. Drawings
From january 29 to april 25 2004
The 48 drawings presented, from the Serge Sabarsky's collection put into light an unknown aspect of the artist's. These works, like the sketches of the portrait of Adèle Bloch-Bauer or the feminine nudes, in sinuous lines, show great [...]
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Roger Ballen
From january 28 to march 14 2004
Some one hundred photographs illustrate the work of teh American photographer between 1980 and 2000. Living in South Africa, he has in a way made an evaluation of the rutral regions where the white society has abandoned the marginal [...]
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The quadrature of bubbles : The architecture of the Finnish comics
From january 28 to march 6 2004
The exhibit broches the theme of architecture in Finnish comic strips and Finnish architecture as humorist drawers, or authors of comioc strips. An opportunity to discover, among other things, that architect Alvar Aalto drew comic [...]
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François Truffaut, the films of his life.
From january 28 to february 21 2004
This retrospective dedicated to the Frenchmovie director is organized during the 26th international festival of short-films of Clermont-Ferrand, on the 20th anniversary of his death. His work is evoked through some documents from archives, [...]
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The *reign of Kangxi Imperator of China
From january 28 to may 31 2004
Over 350 objects -bronzes, armors, court outfits, paintings on rolls -of which 200 from the Forbidden City and presented for the first time in the West, are brought to trace the public, military and private life of this enlightened [...]
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Guernica, the tapestry
From january 27 to may 28 2004
For the first time the tapestry Guernica that Jacqueline Dürrbach was commissioned to do by Pablo Picasso is shown on the site where it was conceived, the Grenier des Grands-Augustins, the former residence of Picasso from 1936 to 1955. [...]
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Paul-Armand Gette
From january 27 to march 20 2004
The exhibit The nymphets, is entirely dedicated to all that is feminine. As if mythology were still extremely up to date to explain what cannot be explained, and a source of malleable subjects...
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Of gold and silver
From january 27 to march 28 2004
This exhibit, organized by the International association of Book binders opnes a dialogue between contemporary bookbinding and ancient bookbinding, with one point in common, the use of gold and silver. All times and all styles are represented.
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Abeautiful and gracious manner: The art of Parmigianino
From january 27 to april 18 2004
Some sixty drawings, and a selection of paintings and prints illustrate the different aspects of Parmigianino's graphic work (1503-1540), to celebrate the five centuries since his birthday.
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The book in *China
From january 27 to february 3 2004
As part of the cultural week of Beijing in Paris, the Malraux library has chosen to tell the story of the book in China from the first divinatory inscriptions on bone to the creation of the first illustrated books.
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Gregory Crewdson : Dreamhouse
From january 26 to february 28 2004
American photographer Gregory Crewdson brings together 12 photographs around his favorite theme, the tension between the real world and the fantastic world.He stages fleeting moments in which this encounter seems possible, where the reassuring [...]
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Claude *Viallat : doors and windows
From january 26 to february 28 2004
As one of the founding members of the artistic movement Supports-Surfaces born in the 1970s, Claude Viallat explores the theme of the border between the inside and the outside, through the volontary repetition of an abstract form on a series [...]
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The Big Eat. From Pop till the present
From january 25 to april 24 2004
The exhibit which is dedicated to Marco Ferreri's movie, appraoches the subjects of desire, gloutonery and crazyness, treated by artists such as Andy Warhol, James Rosenquiest, Claes Oldenburg, Will Cotton... or even D. Roth, M. Broodthaers...
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Street Credibility
From january 25 to june 7 2004
A selection of 200 photographs dated between 1940 and 1970, by Diane Arbus and her predecessors - August Sander, Lisette Model and Weegee - as well as those she inspired - Robert Franck, Lee Friedlander... - examine this period in which [...]
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Substances
From january 25 to march 21 2004
Painting, sculpture, installations, video, artist's book, these are the disciplines of Hallou, Leick, Gagliardi and Tomassi...
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Auguste Rodin : A Magnificent Obsession
From january 25 to march 28 2004
65 bronzes trace the artist's work. They are accompanied by the sculptor's decorative projects and proofs. Rodin's work is examined from all angles. The models to explain his way of sculpting and photographs showing him at work unveil [...]
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Hide this everyday life which I couldn't see !
From january 24 to march 12 2004
Seven artist who work inthe region questionthe notion of evidence of what is daily, and by extension the question of local. Sculptures, paintings, installations, photographs and videos are done by artists Laurette Atrux-Tallau, Céleste [...]
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«The other collection»
From january 24 to february 29 2004
Parodies, imitations, quotes and other new uses of major artistic and litterary works, this is the task of contemporary artists invited to the festival The visitors of the dark, on the theme "Beware of the margin".
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Eva Rothschild
From january 24 to march 21 2004
Eva Rothschild's recent works fit into the continuity of his previous works, characterized by his minimalist sculptures and the overlapping of posters taken from the media. Thus the artist has fun by giving anothe rsnese to reality [...]
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Marie-Rose and Jacques *Lortet : Simultaneously
From january 24 to april 11 2004
While Master creates associated mobile figures in entanglement, the Mistress is interested in the mingling of threads and turns to the technique of knitting, for which she trascends the domestic use. Double creation, playing with the magic [...]
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Philip Guston
From january 24 to april 12 2004
This retrospective brings together nearly 110 works by abstract expressionist Philip Gustin, done between 1930 and 1980. Aside from his figurative and abstract paintings, there are also drawings and paintings by the artist, rarely [...]
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Gary Hume. The Bird had a yellow beak
From january 24 to march 21 2004
Nearly 60 works of art -among them 25 large format paintings and 30 drawings - done at the end of the 80s to our day that illustrate the English artist's work, who became famous with his series the "Doors".
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Adel Abdessemed, Habibi
From january 23 to april 25 2004
Through photography, video, drawing and writing the artist develops the idea of the liberation from all the constraints that surround us, such as culture, religion, politics or ideologies. To do so, he combines the elements of his life [...]
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Mathieu *Bernard-Reymond et Laurence Leblanc
From january 23 to march 27 2004
Two winning photographers in 2003 at the CCF Foundation for photography are presented as part of Lille 2004, European capital of culture.
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Best wishes from *Yangiuqing, new year chinese prints - Second section
From january 23 to february 28 2004
All of the Chinese prints for the New Year made in Yangliuqing are part of the images given on New Year's day, guarantees of happiness and luck for the year to come. 15 prints from the time of the Qing dynasty (1644-1911) are side [...]
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Bruno Peinado
From january 23 to march 15 2004
Three years after the opening of the galery he had inaugurated, Bruno Peinado is back to expose in these walls. In the meantime he took part in the adventure at the Palais de Tokyo thanks to which he imposed himself in the French [...]
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Paris and its ornemental *gardens
From january 23 to april 11 2004
In parallel to the National Museum of Natural History, the Trianon dedicates an exhibit to the capital's gardens. Sketches and plans of the main gardens show the evolution of designs of urban landscapes and evoke the different techniques [...]
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Jane & Louise Wilson
From january 23 to march 14 2004
The works of the twin sisters are shown for the first time in the Netherlands.Interested in the relation between human beings and the architectural space, they lean on different media, videos, photographs or sculptures, to put in place [...]
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Photographing to the Algeria War
From january 23 to april 18 2004
Some 158 photogrpahs and civil and military documents-photos of the time, modern enlargements, press releases, posters, albums... -draw up a complete report on the way this war was represented.
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Vases on a trip, from Greece to Etruria
From january 23 to june 20 2004
This travelling exhibit brings together Greek and Etruscan pieces -vases, earthenware, coins, finery objects ..all of great quality -kept in Western museums. It allows us to rediscover the art of painted vases and reveals the close [...]
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Paintings, sculptures, graphic arts and ceramics
From january 22 to 31 2004
Eight artists are brought together here: Joëlle Rapp (France), Markku Laitakari (Finland), Irène Barberis (Australia), Sigridur Agustsdottir (Icelande), Baha Abu Daya (Palestine), Marcos Lora Read (Santo Domingo), Jérôme Estienne and Koffi-Yao [...]
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Cédric *Porchez: Flowers
From january 22 to 31 2004
Cédric Porchez, the photographer for numerous famous brands and well-known communication agencies, loves to photograph flowers in black and white.He believes it is the best way to give a texture and depth to the subject.
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The life of forms, Henri *Focillon and arts
From january 22 to april 26 2004
The itinerary traces the career and work of one of the biggest French art historians who was also the director of the museum of Lyons. Six rooms display in a chronological and themed manner the 180 pieces that illustrate the works [...]
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Cy *Twombly- 50 years of works on paper
From january 21 to march 29 2004
To pay tribute to Cy Twombly's 75th birthday, mor ethan 80 graphic works, of which most are exhibited for the first time, span 50 years of creation, from the first drawings done in 1953 to the recent colored paintings.
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Visionary engraving
From january 21 to april 3 2004
100 prints illustrate the visionnary movement, that was important in the 70s and was represented by artists such as Asada, Bongibault, Doaré or Velly...
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Homage to cuban art
From january 21 to march 21 2004
This great collective exhibit groups around more than 250 works of art a selection of fifty-five contemporary Cuban artists, whose talent has largely surpassed the borders of their country.
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New Wild, a progression
From january 21 to march 21 2004
A retrospective of the Austrian artistic movment born in the 80s with Siegfrid Anzinger, Erwin Bohatsch, Herbert Brandl, Gunter Damisch, Josef Danner, Jesf Kern, Alois Mosbacher.... on the traces of their forerunners Maria Lassnig, [...]
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Bernard Pagès
From january 21 to march 28 2004
The thirty works exhibited give us an idea of the latest creations by the French contemporary sculptor. A loan of the artist's drawings by the FRAC of Picardie completes the ensemble, thus allowing us to discover different aspects [...]
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Hommage à Michel Dunand
From january 21 to february 21 2004
In order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Poetry and Art Review Coup de Soleil, the exhibit groups together artists who collaborated during those years: Alechinsky, Bosser, Diaz-Ronda, Ferrer, Kroichvili, Mairot, Melin, F. Rebeyrolle...
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Metamorphosis of the book
From january 20 to april 9 2004
The works of 100 contemporary artists from all over the world are grouped together around the theme "the artist's unique book", art born in the uSA in the 70s. These creations, taken from the major artistic currents of the XXth century, [...]
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The *bestiary fantastic
From january 20 to march 6 2004
Contemporary interpretation of a thousand year-old theme through an exhibit that brings together painters and sculptors such as Leonor Fini, Wilfredo Lam, Michel Henricot, Stanislao Lepri, Lucien Coutaud, Corneille, Anton Solomoukha, [...]
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Baby dolls
From january 19 to july 25 2004
Dolls by artists such as Hans Bellmer, Michel Nedjar, Oshima Kazuyo… are combined with ritual dolls (rites of passage, white magic, witchery...) and identity dolls (costumes, folkore, regional or ethnic identity).
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Chihuly across Florida : Masterworks in glass
From january 18 to may 30 2004
Florida welcomes the glass sculptor with this exhibit distributed over two areas: Orlando and the Museum of Fine Arts of St. Petersburg. The ensemble brings together the artist's best known works (Seaforms, Persians, Baskets and Macchia), [...]
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Chihuly across Florida : Masterworks in glass
From january 18 to may 30 2004
Florida welcomes the glass sculptor with this exhibit distributed over two areas: Orlando and the Museum of Fine Arts of St. Petersburg. The ensemble brings together the artist's best known works (Seaforms, Persians, Baskets and Macchia), [...]
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Twenty years, documents and archives of Picardie Frac
From january 17 to 31 2004
This event puts an end to the series of exhibits organized over a year for the 20th anniversary of the Frac. It opens its archives and exhibits drawings of projects, models of exhibits, artists' correspondance... that illustrate the cultural [...]
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Immaterial : Brancusi, Gabo, Moholy-Nagy
From january 17 to march 14 2004
Brancusi, Gabo and Moholy-Nagy, each in his own way, try to replace the mass and the weight of their sculptures by light, space and time. The exhibit explores this "dematerialization", through an ensemble of photographs, films and sculptures. [...]
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Somewhere else, here
From january 17 to february 29 2004
The exhibit brings together a fleeting architectural installation by Didier Fiuza Faustino, films by Nick Relph and Olivier Payne, a sculptor by Tino Sehgal, as well as performances by Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla who have [...]
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China, Lynn Davis' photographies
From january 17 to march 20 2004
From the Gobi desert to the region most to the South of the Yangtsé river, Lynn Davis traces the multiple aspects of Chinese culture: spirituality, power of a grea empire, sumptuous landscapes...
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Charles *Simonds: dwellings - sculptures
From january 17 to april 4 2004
Minute imaginary rooms with complicated plans and multiple forms pull us into a fantastic world that we fly over like a bird. Behind this naive and childlike appearance, the artist plays with our anguishes and our subconscious.
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Chu Teh-Chun, lanscapes of dreams -paintings and ceramics-
From january 17 to may 2 2004
Sixty works done between 1956 and 2004 allow us to discover the painter's plastic evolution. He stages landscapes that are lyrical where the light is confronted with the elements sky, earth, water, fire...
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Defiance Despair Desire : German expressionist prints from the Marcia and Granvil Specks collection
From january 17 to march 14 2004
More than 20 art works done by 33 artists give us anidea of the style and the themes refered to by the German expressionists between 1890 and 1930: etchings, lithographs andprints on wood represent incisive self-portraits, chaotic [...]
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The postal shoe
From january 17 2004 to march 14 2003
300 shoes, works of well-known or anonymous artists, have been sent to the museum by normal mail, according tothe custom of mail-art. These objects that have been transformed, personnalized, metamorphosed, reflect the feelings, desires, [...]
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Stanley Greene : Fragments of the war
From january 16 to march 13 2004
Having witnessedten years of war in Chechen, Stanley Green shows his photographs of the people's daily life. The exhibit accompanies the publication of his book entitled "Open wound", including some one hundred photographs.
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Etienne Pressager, Crossing
From january 16 to march 6 2004
Designed as a visual itinerary, the 52 drawings done with pencil and watercolor unfold as fragments of strolls: the corner in a workshop, a country or urban landscape. Each phase is completed by indications that follow the devolopment [...]
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Raymond *Hains - «From the art of Vinci to the Vedettes of Pont-Neuf»
From january 16 to march 20 2004
This exhibit is the continuation of "Art at Vinci" done in 1976. The artist invites us to continue the trip through time and space, associating images and words through his most recent creations: video-fence, macintosh use, photographs... [...]
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Ulrich Polster
From january 16 to february 17 2004
For his first persoal exhibit in France, Ulrich Polster invites us to discover some of the instalations, linking the formal vocabulary of video art of the 70s to that of the monumental installations of the 90s.
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Albert Chubac
From january 16 to may 16 2004
The origin of the exhibit is a donation by the artist to the museum of an ensemble of his works, and it gives us the opportunity to present his work. Influenced by Klee, Kandinsky, Mirò and Picasso, the artist used in his beginning [...]
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Fernand Khnopff
From january 16 to may 9 2004
This retrospective dedicated to symbolist painter Fernand Khnopff groups together nearly 280 works rarely shown before, among them paintings, drawings, sculptures, prints, photographs and book illustrations.
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Around Cyrille *Putman
From january 16 to february 28 2004
The exhibit offers a portrait of galery owner Cyrille Putman through works by artists he discoverd but also souvenirs, objects and other proof of his personnality and his activity.
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Gerhard Richter, A Private Collection
From january 16 to april 18 2004
This retrospective dedicated to one of the most emblematic artists of the second half of the XXth century, groups together a selection of some thirty paintings done between 1960 and 1994, that reveal the great variety of his talent.
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Marc *Ronet. Around the studio
From january 16 to february 27 2004
Through huge drawings and paintings, Marc Ronet questions the future of painting. His light and poetic works allow us to perceive troubling perspectives.
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Jean-François Fourtou
From january 16 to february 24 2004
The artist has us enter the apartment of a giant in this new exhibit. All the furniture seems out of proportion, the area is peopled with orang-outangs who also haunt a series of photographs.
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Nicolas *Chardon: altermodernist
From january 15 to february 12 2004
A graduate from the Ensba in 1997, this young artist combines with great talent, abstraction, geometric figures, pure figures, supports and techniques.
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Pierre *Buraglio : With who ? About who ?
From january 15 to may 3 2004
To mark the musuem's bicentennial, Pierre Buraglio presents some sity drawings, montages, cuttings and paintings inspired by the institute's own collection. Also exhibited are older works by the artist.
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Barry Flanagan
From january 15 to march 13 2004
Flanagan's bronzes were oriented towards animal representation since the 80s: horses, dogs, elephants and hares have become his signature. The galery simultaneously welcomes an exhibit dedicated to Günther Förg.
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Maria Barthélémy et René Sultra, Manhattan / souls & Nanoglus
From january 14 to february 14 2004
Fascinated by the images of sciences where they find the models and the experimental protocols, Maria Barthélémy and René Sultra reactivate the enactments of images of atoms in the field of photogrpahy.
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Philip-Lorca diCorcia
From january 14 to march 15 2004
A Storybook Life, a series of 76 photographs taken over the last 20 years, illustrates the artist's most recent work. 11 large format images, grouped together under the title of Two hours, as well as works of older series, complete [...]
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Hugues Reip
From january 14 to february 16 2004
An artist with many talents, H. Reip expresses himself through sculpture as well as through photographs, videos, installations, slides. His works, inspired from ordinary situations, question and put into doubt our look on reality.
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René Burri, Photographies
From january 14 to march 4 2004
The exhibit dedicated to photogrpaher René Burri includes old and modern photographs, collages, photomontages as well as documentary films. Some of his images are shown for the first time.
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China : video generation
From january 14 to march 4 2004
Eleven Chinese video artists have been selected for this exhibit: Zhou Jia, Cui Xiu Wen, Kan Xuan and Song Dong (Beijing); Liang Yue, Yang Zhenzhong and Xu Zhen (Shanghaï); Chen Shaoxiong and Cao Fei (Canton); Zhang Peili (Hangzhou); [...]
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Irving Penn, Dahomey, 1967, Photographies
From january 14 to march 4 2004
The exhibit, dedicated to Americna photographer Irving Penn, invites us to discover an ensemble of photographs taken in Dahomey in a tent-workshop, a sort of photogrpahy camp set up in the villages, fields, markets, in the middle of the Fulanis, [...]
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Beijing / de-zoned / Paris
From january 14 to march 20 2004
The exhibit, organized as part of the year of China, confronts the multimedia works of young French and Chinese artists, students of the Beaux-Arts of Paris and Beijing.
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Franyo Aatoth
From january 14 to february 9 2004
Hungarian artist Franyo Aatoth presents his recent works, in the company of his photographer friend Gyula Zarand.
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Simenon's eye
From january 13 to march 7 2004
Homage to Georges Simenon through photographs taken by the writer during his activity as a journalist in the 30s. They unveil a part of his personnality kept secret until now.
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Signs of memory. Lyrical abstraction according to Franck *Duminil
From january 13 to february 7 2004
The galery celebrates Frank Duminil's the seventhyeth birthday by presneting hismost recent paintings. These works are proof of a new way of thinking abour abstraction, which the artist considers the best means to approach reality.
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Kim Tschang Yeul
From january 13 to march 7 2004
An ensemble of 33 paintings by Kim Tschang-Yeul, a major figure in contemporary Korean art, done between 1964 and 2003. His famous water drops are proof of his research into composition, the serial rhythm and the limits of pictural [...]
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Figures in terracotta, Rodin and the antique
From january 13 to april 1 2004
Rodin did not resist the charm of the Tanagras either. The exhibit presents a choice of his collection, by refering to his way of life. Drawings by the sculptor -draped figures, women vases covered with water colors of ochre or architectures [...]
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Malick Sidibé
From january 12 to march 27 2004
Photographer Malick Sidibé is a portrait artist of the African population and in particular of young Malians. He invites us to discover his work from the 50s and 60s, moving proof of African society at the beginning of the decolonisation. [...]
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The empty museum by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov
From january 11 to april 11 2004
In this "empty" museum furnished like a traditional painting galery, teh paintings are replaced by spotlights and by music. Bach's Passacaille invades the space and metamorphoses it into a concert hall and a cathedral.
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Giorgio Morandi : still life 1914-1964
From january 11 to march 7 2004
65 paintings and 70 drawings, presented chronologically; a great number of model-objects taken from the artist's workshop shed light on the mystery of the painted thing...All these elements nurish Morandi's clarity, simplicity and purity.
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Young Swiss Generation
From january 11 to 28 2004
Some young Swiss artists are presented for the second time this year at the galery.The first motivation is to create exchanges between different nationalities, in order to confront these artists' cultural differences.
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Luc De Blok
From january 10 to february 14 2004
Six years later, Luc De Blok is once again welcomed by the galery. He presents his recent works, both faithful to the themes and the materials of his previous works-such as the orobugo- as well expressing a new maturity.
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Design d'ELLES
From january 10 to march 21 2004
The Via space hosts a choice selection of some fifty women designers already known such as Eileen Gray or Charlotte Perriand, others less well-known in their activity, as well as the new rising generation.
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Sweet Shine
From january 10 to 31 2004
This first personal exhibit of ik's groups together an ensemble of rooms, furniture, architecure and environment, inspired from the "Histograms of architecture" by Superstudio from the beginning of the 70s.
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Patrick Cariou : Trenchtown love
From january 9 to february 28 2004
Patrick Cariou photographed the district-ghetto of Trenchtown in Kingston in Jamaïca, with the will to represent a reality of violence and misery ever present in this location, that inspired a great number of movie makers and artists [...]
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Triptych video
From january 9 to february 15 2004
Régis Cotentin, Véronique Boudier and Alain Della Negra each offer an interpretation of video through an installation. Thispersonal approach of the medium offers differnet examples according to each artist's sensitivity and apprehension [...]
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Van Gogh at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
From january 9 to april 18 2004
In the center of the exhibit you have the Selfportraitby Van Gogh painted in 1887 in Paris. It is accompanied by seven other paintings by contemporary artists such as Breitner, Israëls, Toorop, Witsen et Bauer...
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Désirs bruts
From january 8 to february 14 2004
A choice of works by 7 artists present in the collection of Cérès Franco: Corneille, Michel Macréau, Paella Chimicos, Alina Szapocznikow, Jack Vanarsky, Hugh Weiss, José Zaragoza
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12 *months-12 artists
From january 7 to february 14 2004
The exhibit brings together twelve international artists. Each one of them, painter of sculptor, is represented by some of his or her major creations. Among them: Delphine Perlstein, Dominique Moreau, Bernard Privat, Marianna Fekete, [...]
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François Burland
From january 7 to march 13 2004
Burland expresses a mysticism of seduction and death, where shadows often hide the light, vertiginous beings appear, and human and animal apparitions accomplish mysterious rites.
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Laurent *Achedjian: uncertain glamorous
From january 6 to february 14 2004
Laurent Achedjian puts us into contact with America as he feels it, through this photo album.
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Valérie Bouvier : Camouflages
From january 6 to february 21 2004
Valérie Bouvier uses photography just like a sculptor works the matter. His research is based on the principle of packaging, camouflage, and on how the form blends into the environment, the whole thing being arranged as an installation. [...]
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Kenneth Josephson: photographies 1959-2001
From january 6 to february 21 2004
Kenneth Josephson offers us a range of different photographs thanks to the multiple processes he knows so well.
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Fernande *Petitdemange: Subject to 2
From january 6 to february 21 2004
The photographer's research concentrates on the natural elements that she presents as a still ife.
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The Carnaval's triumphs
From january 5 to june 6 2004
The exhibit traces the history of the carnival through the centuries. More than one hundred prints from the XVth to the XXth centuries -Breughel, Callot Goya, Hogarth or Zelenko - allow us to go through the different phases of a celebration [...]
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