Assisted by the frac’s public outreach team, a study group gathered by Les Arcades (Issy-les-Moulineaux Art School) explored the various stages in the making of a contemporary art exhibition, from choosing and staging the works to devising a programme of events and advertising.
With the works of Erica BAUM, Anne BREGEAUT, Stefan BRÜGGEMANN, Raymond HAINS, Teun HOCKS, Véronique JOUMARD, MRZYK & MORICEAU, Bruno MUNARI, Olaf NICOLAI et Joëlle TUERLINCKX.
A notion persists that art and sport are directly opposed or that there is even antagonism between them. This idea readily permeates spontaneous conversations between visitors at exhibitions for example.Read more
Depuis 2010, le frac île-de-france travaille en partenariat avec le lycée Jean Vilar de Meaux afin de proposer aux élèves de l’enseignement d’exploration « patrimoines » de concevoir une exposition et sa médiation, à partir d’une sélection d’œuvres de la collection du frac île-de-france, autour du programme Jeux de langage.Read more
For the fifth consecutive year, a group of young people from the town of Vincennes has been invited to explore the various aspects involved in staging a contemporary art exhibition, encompassing choosing works, mediation and the layout.Read more
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.Read more
The works from the frac collection gathered in the display are all clues that remind us of the importance of language in contemporary art. By playing on letters, words, their…Read more
Mamco, Genève Erica Baum, Maurice Blaussyld, Alejandro Cesarco, Isabelle Cornaro, Haris Epaminonda, Elise Florenty/Marcel Türkowsky, Mark Geffriaud, João Maria Gusmão/Pedro Paiva, Benoit Maire/Etienne Chambaud, Ralph-Eugene Meatyard, Florence Paradeis, Tobias…Read more
Fourth tempo: presentation of the three movements
Le Générateur, Gentilly
8 and 9 February 2014
Exhibition programme curated by: Yoann Gourmel and Elodie Royer
En quatre temps, trois mouvements (In Four Tempos, Three Movements) is a travelling programme of exhibitions based on three moveable arrangements specifically designed by three artists – Romain Bernini, Isabelle Cornaro and Clément Rodzielski – to accommodate and create a dialogue between a selection of works from the Frac Île-de-France collection, echoing their respective artistic practices.Read more