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Iván Navarro

MOUVEMENT ET LUMIèRE(GROUP SHOW) 


From April 6th to November 4th 2012

L’exposition « Mouvement et Lumière » est un voyage dans l’histoire de l’art cinétique et optique.
Au total 85 œuvres illustrent le thème du mouvement et de la lumière que Tinguely définissait par cette phrase « l’unique chose stable, c’est le mouvement partout et toujours ».
Qu’il s’agisse d’un mouvement réel créé par le moteur ou la lumière ou d’un mouvement virtuel créé par l’illusion optique, toutes les sculptures exposées font appel à la participation du public invité à faire partie intégrante de l’oeuvre en jouant avec celle-ci. (…)


Villa Datris, L'Isle sur la Sorgue

www.villadatris.com/

Jim Dine

SCULPTURE / JIM DINE / PINOCCHIO 


From March 31th to July 8th 2012

Within the galleries and on the sculpture grounds, this exhibition highlights Jim Dine’s recent sculptural works. Sculpture / Jim Dine / Pinocchio will be on view from March 31 through July 8, 2012. The museum’s main galleries will be devoted to several themes – the artist’s Heart and Venus works, Gardening and Carpentry Tool imagery, and recent Pinocchio sculptures. Several major sculptural works will be installed outdoors on the museum’s expansive 145-acre sculpture park and nature preserve, including The Mountains in the Distance of 1987-88. This iconic bronze work places the Venus de Milo form on its side, abstracting the vertical of the figure to evoke a horizontal of a landscape. (…)


Nassau County Museum of Art, New York, USA

www.nassaumuseum.com/

Anthony Caro

CARO AT CHATSWORTH 


From March 28th to Jully 1st 2012

The Chatsworth House Trust and the New Art Centre, Roche Court Sculpture Park, are proud to present ‘Caro at Chatsworth’. This will be the first exhibition dedicated to the work of a single artist to be held in the garden at Chatsworth and will comprise 15 sculptures by Sir Anthony Caro sited around the famous Emperor Fountain, in front of the south façade at Chatsworth. (…)


Chatsworth, United Kingdom

www.chatsworth.org/

Chiharu Shiota

WHERE ARE WE GOING ? 


From March 18th to July 1st 2012

An exhibition devoted to Chiharu Shiota, an artist of rapidly growing reputation based in Berlin. Shiota embodies in art the memories we impart to objects and places, our sense of a presence made stronger by absence, and the anxieties and fears we encounter in daily life. (…)


Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, Kagawa, Japan

www.mimoca.org/

Oda Jaune

ÊTRE CHAIRS (ODA JAUNE WITH SANDRA VASQUEZ DE LA HORRA) 


From March 17th to April 29 th 2012

Cette exposition associe les univers plastiques d’Oda Jaune et de Sandra Vásquez de la Horra dans une manifestation en forme de dialogue.
Envisagée sur les trois espaces de la Maison de la Culture (Hall, Espace Meuse, Espace Sambre), cette manifestation fait coexister deux expositions personnelles avec un projet de rencontre qui s’élaborera in situ et en collaboration avec les artistes. (…)


Maison de la Culture de la Province de Namur, Belgium

www.province.namur.be

Anthony Caro

ANTHONY CARO: WORKS FROM THE HOUSE SERIES 


From March 17th to July 1st 2012

YSP is showing a selection of never seen before small bronze sculptures from the House series, in the YSP Centre to celebrate the major exhibition of work by one of Britain’s leading sculptors at Chatsworth from 28 March to 1 July 2012. (…)


Yorkshire Sculpture Park, United Kingdom

www.ysp.co.uk/

Kehinde Wiley

THE WORLD STAGE: ISRAEL 


Du 9 mars au 29 juillet 2012

One of the most significant young artists today, Kehinde Wiley is known for vibrant, large-scale paintings of young urban men, rendered in the self-confident, empowered poses typical of classical European portrait painting. (…)


The Jewish Museum, New York, USA

www.thejewishmuseum.org/

Jan Fabre

THE YEARS OF THE HOUR BLUE. DRAWINGS AND SCULPTURES, 1977-1992 



From February 25th to May 28th 2012

The Musée d’Art Moderne of Saint-Etienne Métropole organizes from February 25th till May 28th, 2012 an exhibition dedicated to the work of Jan Fabre concentrating on his Bic ballpoint pen works.
We invite you to enter the poetic and sensitive universe of an exceptional creator. (..)


Musée d’Art Moderne of Saint-Etienne Métropole, Saint-Etienne

www.mam-st-etienne.fr/

Iván Navarro
Jean-Michel Alberola
He An

NéON, WHO’S AFRAID OF RED, YELLOW AND BLUE ?(GROUP SHOW) 


From February 17th to May 20th 2012

From February 17th 2012, la maison rouge will stage the first major international exhibition of neon art from the 1940s to the present day. Some one hundred works will be presented in all, many of historical significance, many being shown for the first time. They will include pieces by such pioneers as Lucio Fontana from the early 1950s, François Morellet, Bruce Nauman, Stephen Antonakos, Joseph Kosuth and Mario Merz from the 1960s, and some of the many contemporary artists working in this medium, such as Jason Rhoades, Sylvie Fleury and Claude Lévêque. (…)


La Maison Rouge, Antoine de Galbert Foundation, Paris

www.lamaisonrouge.org/

Daniel Dezeuze
Claude Viallat

ROBINSON, OU LA FORCE DES CHOSES(GROUP SHOW) 


From January 28th to May 27th 2012

L’exposition « Robinson, ou la force des choses » réunit trois artistes issus du groupe Supports/Surfaces ayant entretenu un lien privilégié avec la région niçoise. Les rencontres et expositions réalisées sur le territoire demeurent d’ailleurs fondamentales dans leur parcours artistique. Le MAMAC se devait de revenir sur leurs pratiques respectives. (…)


MAMAC, Nice

www.mamac-nice.org/

Norbert Bisky

I AM A BERLINER(GROUP SHOW) 


From January 21th to March 24th 2012

What does it mean to speak of “the persistence of painting”? In Berlin today, this expression represents a remarkable diversity of practices ranging from abstraction and realism to highly expressive, narrative, and post-narrative painting. These distinct painterly positions, which are represented by the 18 artists featured in this exhibitions, all involve a self-reflexive investigation of the painterly process and of the nature of contemporary painting. (…)


Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israël

www.tamuseum.com/

Jean-Michel Alberola

PAINTED WALLS 


From January 19th to March 15th 2012

Chez Jean-Michel Alberola, les expositions deviennent souvent installations, comme lors de ses deux dernières expositions à la Galerie Templon (Paris), où il accueillait des visiteurs avec des murs peints. Il renouvelle cette expérience à l’Institut français de Tel Aviv dès le 19 janvier 2012 où il utilisera les murs de la « Bulle » pour peindre ses inspirations. (…)


Embassy of France in Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel

www.ambafrance-il.org/

Philippe Cognée

LE RéEL EST INADMISSIBLE, D’AILLEURS IL N’EXISTE PAS(GROUP SHOW) 


Du mercredi 7 décembre 2011 au samedi 5 février 2012

Du mercredi 7 décembre 2011 au dimanche 5 février 2012, le Centre d’art du Hangar à Bananes accueille l’exposition “Le réel est inadmissible, d’ailleurs il n’existe pas” réunissant des œuvres de Darren Almond, Marc Bauer, Philippe Cognée, Eberhard Havekost et Jim Jarmusch. (…)


HAB Galerie, Nantes

www.nantes-tourisme.com/

Jean-Michel Alberola

MATHEMATICS: A BEAUTIFUL ELSEWHERE(GROUP SHOW) 



From October 21th 2011 to March 18th 2012

Mathematics: A Beautiful Elsewhere is a unique exhibition created by the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain with the aim of offering visitors, to use the mathematician Alexandre Grothendieck’s expression, “a sudden change of scenery.” The Fondation Cartier has opened its doors to the community of mathematicians and invited a number of artists to accompany them. They are the artisans and thinkers, the explorers and builders of this exhibition. (…)


Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain, Paris, France

fondation.cartier.com/