Spring-summer 2021

 

Les Petits Médiateurs

Atelier avec l’artiste Céline Ahond

16.06 de 14h à 17h

& 20.06 à 14h30

le plateau, paris

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Parcours Plateau / Château 

& performance de Céline Ahond

20.06 à 14h30

le plateau, paris

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Visite commissaire

04.07 à 15h

le château, rentilly

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Le Petit crieur public

Stage avec Ségolène Thuillart

07.07 et 08.07

l’antenne culturelle, paris

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Alerte au Plateau

Escape Game

07.07

le plateau, paris

le plateau, paris

Children Power , Plateau
An exhibition FOR children

Over 18s* banned from the exhibition

19.05 – 19.12.21

Can you imagine a space, an exhibition that is entirely dedicated to children? Is it possible to contemplate works of art that are aimed exclusively at children and adolescents? This is the task for this part of Children Power: adults are banned from the exhibition* and the artists that feature in the exhibition were invited to produce new pieces that take this specific context into account.

Beyond the reversal of restrictions to which we are accustomed, this is an extremely radical way of asserting the central role that children and adolescents play in the project.

Films and videos reworking in a unique way the world of childhood, original conceptual games, a ‘clubbing’ space for teenagers, opportunities for social media engagement, etc. the invited artists play with established conventions for outstanding works. In addition, children, now more than ever at the heart of the project, have reworked and been involved in the range of media tools and the programme around the exhibition – publication, events, meetings, etc.

*Accessible to adults accompanied by a child under 18

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le château, rentilly

Children Power , Château 
An exhibition ABOUT children

19.05 – 18.07.21

Children Power at the Château de Rentilly focuses on how artists have been able, through photographic or video images, to represent childhood and adolescence, that essential period in life when we discover the world and during which we develop. With this in mind, a search was carried out within public collections (Frac, Cnap, etc.) with, from the outset, a very precise rule: to only pick out those pieces where a child –or adolescent– features prominently. In addition to the representation of children from the end of the 19th century to the present day, which allows us to revisit some of the icons of the genre and to rediscover some artists who do not get the recognition they deserve, the result is a specific artistic vision: within the exhibition, visitors have a strange impression of feeling surrounded, scrutinised by the eyes of children who inhabit the castle like a multitude of ghosts. If this presence is only illusory –the hallmark of the photographic or animated image– and if, moreover, some of these children and other adolescents are no longer with us, they nonetheless forcefully occupy the spaces, exerting their immense power of attraction.

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