Frac Île-de-France, les Réserves & Fondation Fiminco, Romainville
Curators: Jade Barget, Daisy Lambert, Camille Martin, Céline Poulin & Elsa Vettier
With the works of : Ismaïl Alaoui Fdili, Pierre Allain, Marie Angeletti, Luisa Ardila Camacho, Fabienne Audéoud, Azzeazy, Andrés Baron, Eva Barto, Éric Baudelaire, Safouane Ben Slama, Abdelhak Benallou, Adam Bilardi, Jean-Luc Blanc, Andrea Blum, Sophie Bonnet-Pourpet, Katharina Bosse, Ulla von Brandenburg, Stéphanie Brossard, Dora Budor, Victor Burgin, A.K. Burns, Laura Burucoa (en collaboration avec Shveta Lebonheur, Sara Bouazzaoui, Yasmine Kicha), Bruno Carbonnet, Tom Cazin, Ève Gabriel Chabanon, Nina Childress, Rina Cho & Nozomu Matsumoto, Claude Closky, Lynne Cohen, Mathis Collins, Éric Corne, Bady Dalloul, Fred Deux, Livia Deville, Inès Di Folco, Lana Duval, Xiao Fan, Sylvie Fanchon, Jenny Gage, Lola Gonzàlez, Laurent Grasso, Renée Green, Wiame Haddad, Shuo Hao, Tirdad Hashemi / Soufia Erfanian, Pati Hill, Mayssa Jaoudat, Nanna Kaiser, Atiéna R. Kilfa, Kapwani Kiwanga, Pierre Klossowski, Nile Koetting, Byong Jin Koh, Sasha Litvintseva & Beny Wagner, Ken Lum, Mira Mann, Mélanie Matranga, Ad Minoliti, Arash Nassiri, Jürgen Nefzger, Josèfa Ntjam, Anouchka Oler Nussbaum, Nygel Panasco, Yuri Pattison, Bruno Persat, Émilie Pitoiset, Agnieszka Polska, Philippe Poupet, Marie Preston, Richard Prince, Alex Quicho, Harilay Rabenjamina, Pipilotti Rist, Johanna Rocard, Liv Schulman, Bruno Serralongue, Chloé Serre, Shimabuku, Cally Spooner, P. Staff, Wolfgang Tillmans, Lauren Tortil, Didier Trenet, Michael Van Den Abeele, Sophie Varin, Yuyan Wang, Rehana Zaman & Liverpool Black Women Filmmakers.
For the 40th anniversary of the Frac, the aim is both to rethink the institution’s history, written in particular through its collection, and to look towards shared and desirable futures.
The Gunaikeîon exhibition invites a number of curators to write their own narratives based on works from the collection and in encounter with other invited works. Traditionally, the gunaikeîon was the flat in Greek and Roman houses where women spent most of their time, and which was set apart so that they had no direct contact with the street. The aim of this exhibition, on the other hand, is to open up the spaces of the Frac’s Réserves and the Fondation Fiminco’s Chaufferie to the surrounding neighbourhoods and the sounds of the world. The exhibition will be divided into several chapters, with each of the curators updating the collection in the light of her own obsessions, which are rooted in contemporary society.