Simon Starling – Catherine, Masahiko, Rex and the Others

Since the early 1990s, the work of British artist Simon Starling has reexamined the history of objects―their forms, value, manufacturing processes and status. He sees this solo exhibition at Le Plateau as an opportunity to propose a journey through space and time between a series of recent works and some of his older pieces (…)

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Foncteur d’oubli

Artist Benoît Maire is guest curator of a group exhibition that will take place at Le Plateau in autumn 2019.
Benoît Maire gathers artists, designers and architects in an exhibition that contemplates, based on customary use, relationships between art and design and architecture (…)

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Morgane Fourey

Coming from a craftsmen’s family, Morgane Fourey assumes that the hand is a tool conveying personal mythology and common and family history. Which gives rise to staging of the workshop and of the artistic work in process.

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De l’immersion à l’osmose
Chaosmose #2

From perception to fusion and immersion to osmosis, the Chaosmose #2 exhibition examines in more ways than one the disruption resulting from our presence in the world, displayed in an experimental and sensitive exhibition comprised of many passages between the earth and the cosmos.

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D

From 20th September 2019 to 22nd December 2019 the frac île-de-france is holding an exhibition with works from its collection at the Château de Rentilly (Parc culturel de Rentilly – Michel Chartier), where the selection of works is left purely to chance : a random draw, open to everyone  via a plugin on the frac website, has taken place from Marsh 05 to Marsh 25, to choose a letter from the alphabet determining the artists to be exhibited. The ‘winning’ letter is ‘D‘ (…)

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COLL/PORTEUR

Off-site proposal for the social sphere: Ephad nursing homes, hospitals, residential care facilities, etc.

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Flash Collection – Season 3

This year, the frac île-de-france continues and develops its roving project Flash Collection, imagined in November 2016 for high-school pupils of the region île-de-france.

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les réserves

The frac île-de-france will benefit from a new home for its reserve collection from autumn 2020. A new 2000 m2 building has been bought to host the Frac collection by the Île-de-France region in partnership with the Ministry of Culture, at the heart of a site in Romainville, invested in by the Fiminco Foundation.

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