© Mark Geffriaud

Deux mille quinze – Mark Geffriaud

The film installation at the heart of the exhibition conceived by Mark Geffriaud for le plateau explores our relationship to time. The film consists of footage of two different locations, namely, the construction site of the largest telescope in the world in the Atacama Desert, Chile, and the shores of Lake Titicaca, between Peru and Bolivia, where large building stones were abandoned more than a thousand years ago.

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Memory of water – Dominique Ghesquière

Dominique Ghesquière’s sensitive sculptures evoke organic forms. For the window display, the artist creates a landscape which brings together the transparency of a grove of trees with an empty space at its centre and the fluidity of a wave of pine needles.

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Strange Days

Some works seem to be telling us a lot about the world in which we live, about this current period, without explicitly indicating specific events that we could no doubt relate to.

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Les quatre éléments (détail), Flandres XVIème ou XVIIème siècle
© Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature. Photo : Sylvie Durand

Animal on est mal

The Frac Île-de-France and the Communauté d’agglomération de Marne et Gondoire host the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature at the Château de Rentilly, as well as in the Trophy Room, inviting the artist Richard Fauguet to curate the exhibition based on the Museum collections.

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SoixanteDixSept

Le Centre Photographique d’Île-de-France, la Ferme du Buisson and le frac île-de-france/le château present SoixanteDixSept.

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Conception graphique : Baldinger•Vu-Huu

Flash collection

In early 2016, Frac Île-de-France invites 16 local secondary schools to take part in a two-phase project as part of an annual partnership.

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Word won’t wait

Les Arcades in Issy-les-Moulineaux aims to provide children from 6 years onwards with a hands-on experience of art through specially designed workshops.

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Music and Art

The National orchestra of Ile-de-France and the Frac bring together to propose videos’s projections in response to concerts.

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What Is Not Visible Is Not Invisible

What is Not Visible is Not Invisible broadly surveys the imaginary and the temporary through selected artworks from the French regional collections of contemporary art (FRAC). The title and design of this exhibition take inspiration from the artwork of the same title by Julien Discrit.

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