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Cindy Sherman at the Fondation Louis Vuitton

A RETROSPECTIVE (1975 – 2020)

Cindy Sherman
Untitled #224, 1990
Chromogenic color print
121.9 x 96.5 cm
Courtesy of the Artist and Metro Pictures, New York © 2020 Cindy Sherman

From 23 September 2020 to 3 January 2021

 

Fondation Louis Vuitton presents, the first Cindy Sherman exhibition to be presented in France for 14 years. With 170 works – from 1975 to 2020 – the show will consist of more than 300 images. Arranged in a series across more than 1500m², it will include works such as Untitled film stills, Rear Screen Projections, Fashion, History Portraits, Disasters, Headshots, Clowns, Society Portraits, Murals, Flappers and a new series with male figures and couples. The exhibition was designed in close collaboration with Cindy Sherman and will cover her entire career, with a particular focus on pieces produced in the early 2010s, as well as some previously unseen works. The last exhibition of works by Cindy Sherman in Europe took place at the National Portrait Gallery of London from June to September 2019.

Further Information www.fondationlouisvuitton.fr

 

Copyright Text: Fondation Louis Vuitton

 

 


Matisse, comme un roman

Centre Pompidou, Paris

21 Oct 2020 - 22 Feb 2021

Henri Matisse, « La Blouse roumaine », 1940. Centre Pompidou, Musée national d’art moderne. Don de l’artiste à l’État, 1953

 

À l’occasion du cent-cinquantième anniversaire de la naissance d’Henri Matisse (1869-1954), le Centre Pompidou lui rend hommage au travers d’une exposition réunissant des œuvres incontournables qui explorent l’intrication texte/image au sein de son œuvre et offrent une lecture singulière de sa création.

Further Information www.centrepompidou.fr

 

Copyright Text: Centre Pompidou, Paris


THE CENTRE DES MONUMENTS NATIONAUX, THE CENTRE POMPIDOU AND CHRISTO ANNOUNCE   L’ARC DE TRIOMPHE, WRAPPED  (PROJECT FOR PARIS, PLACE DE L'ÉTOILE -CHARLES DE GAULLE)

 

 

 

Copyright Christo The Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped, Place de l'Etoile, Charles de Gaulle, Paris Collage 2019 11 x 8 1/2” (28 x 21.5 cm) Pencil, wax crayon, enamel paint, photograph by Wolfgang Volz and tape Photo: André Grossmann © 2019 Christo

THE CENTRE DES MONUMENTS NATIONAUX, THE CENTRE POMPIDOU AND CHRISTO ANNOUNCE NEW DATES FOR 
 
L’ARC DE TRIOMPHE, WRAPPED (PROJECT FOR PARIS, PLACE DE L'ÉTOILE -CHARLES DE GAULLE)
 
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, L’Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped, initially planned for the fall 2020, has been postponed by one year. The new dates are: Saturday, September 18 to Sunday, October 3, 2021.
 
Christo, in close collaboration with the Centre des Monuments Nationaux and the Centre Pompidou, will create a temporary artwork in Paris entitled L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped (Project for Paris), Place de l'Étoile – Charles de Gaulle. This work of art will be on view for 16 days from Saturday, September 18 to Sunday, October 3, 2021. The Arc de Triomphe will be wrapped in 25,000 square meters of recyclable polypropylene fabric in silvery blue, and 7,000 meters of red rope.
 
As a prelude to L'Arc de Triomphe, Wrapped, a major exhibition, presented at the Centre Georges Pompidou, will retrace Christo and Jeanne-Claude's years in Paris from 1958 to 1964, as well as the story of The Pont Neuf Wrapped, Project for Paris, 1975-85. "The exhibition at the Centre Pompidou will reveal the historical context of the period during which we lived and worked in Paris," says Christo.

Christo and Jeanne-Claude

Paris !

As of 1975, Christo and Jeanne-Claude developed the idea of wrapping the Pont-Neuf in Paris in a golden sandstone-coloured polyamide canvas, which would cover the sides and the vaults of the bridge's twelve arches, the parapets, the edges and the footpaths (the public could walk on the canvas), its 44 lamps and the vertical walls of the central island of the western end of Île de la Cité and the Esplanade du Vert-Galant.

The major exhibition devoted to Christo and Jeanne Claude retraces the story of this project, from 1975 to 1985, and looks back at their Parisian period, between 1958 and 1964, before the wrapping of the Arc de Triomphe in 2021.


 
Further Information www.christojeanneclaude.net

www.monuments-nationaux.fr  www.centrepompidou.fr

 

Copyright Text/Video: Christo  / Centre des monuments nationaux / Centre Pompidou


L'Atelier des Lumières in Paris

Die Kunsthalle L'Atelier des Lumières im 11. Arrondissement.                                                            Foto: Patricia Sigerist
Die Kunsthalle L'Atelier des Lumières im 11. Arrondissement. Foto: Patricia Sigerist

Die nächste Ausstellung steht unter dem Motto:

Monet, Renoir... Chagall. Voyages en Méditerranée 

 

Ab dem 28. Februar kann man bis 3. Januar 2021 in die Gemälde des Monet, Renoir... Chagall eintauchen.

 

Eigentlich kennt man große Lichtinstallation, die zum Beispiel auf Häuserfassaden projiziert werden, von verschieden Stadtfesten die dadurch ein Jubiläum oder Großereignis untermauern. Aber das man eine alte Gießerei durch Videoprojektoren und neuster 3D-Technik Gemälde berühmter Großmeister der bildenden Kunst wieder zum Leben erweckt, ist neu. So geschehen in der französischen Hauptstadt. Seit April 2018 ist Paris um eine Attraktion reicher. Im 11. Arrondissement entstand das erste Zentrum für digitale Kunst. In der Kunsthalle L'Atelier des Lumières kann der Besucher mithilfe neuester digitaler 3D-Technik und 140 Laser-Videoprojektoren auf (und über) 10 Meter hohe Wände über die 3.300 Quadratmeter große Fläche projizierte Kunstwerke blicken. Eine panoramische Show durch den Raum, zu einer Tonspur von Musik unterschiedlicher Komponisten, die durch 50 Lautsprechern, das 3D-visuelle Erlebnis ergänzen. Mehr Information unter www.atelier-lumieres.com

 

Copyright Text: Patricia Sigerist

Copyright Abbildung: Simulation - © Culturespaces / Nuit de Chine