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Alice Neel

An Engaged Eye

5 October 2022 - 16 January 2023

Centre Pompidou

Alice Neel, Marxist Girl (Irene Peslikas), 1972
Oil on canvas / 151.8 × 106.7 cm
Daryl and Steven Roth
© The Estate of Alice Neel
Courtesy The Estate of Alice Neel, David Zwirner, and Victoria Miro, London/Venice

This autumn, the Centre Pompidou is dedicating a major exhibition to Alice Neel
(1900-1984), an important North American artist. Born with the century, this remarkable
painter was largely overlooked during her own lifetime, but is now celebrated
for how acutely she portrayed the different levels of American society. Her vast oeuvre
has even been compared to Balzac’s La Comédie Humaine (The Human Comedy).
Six years after the retrospective held at the Van Gogh Foundation in Arles,
the exhibition, “Alice Neel – An Engaged Eye” presents the artist in a specific light,
emphasising her political and social activism, in connection to her membership
in the Communist party and involvement in the women’s rights movement.
The exhibition reflects Centre Pompidou’s commitment to furthering the study
and understanding of the work of female artists, and to featuring a greater proportion
of their works in the collection.

Further Information www.centrepompidou.fr

 

Copyright Text: Centre Pompidou


Edvard Munch. A Poem of Life, Love and Death

to January 22nd, 2023

Musée d'Orsay

Edvard Munch
Soirée sur l’avenue Karl Johan, 1892
Dag Fosse / Dag Fosse / KODE

In collaboration with the Munch Museum in Oslo, the Musée d'Orsay is devoting an exhibition to the famous Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863-1944), whose work, in all its breadth - sixty years of creation - and complexity, remains partly unknown. Munch's work occupies a pivotal place in artistic modernity. It has its roots in the 19th century and would find its place firmly in the next one. Moreover, his entire work is permeated by a singular vision of the world, giving it a powerful symbolist dimension that is not limited to the few masterpieces he created in the 1890s. Moving beyond fin-de-siècle symbolism, Munch transcended this movement beyond its peak to make it the backbone of his work, giving it its great coherence.

Further Information www.musee-orsay.fr

 

Copyright Text: Musée d'Orsay


A New Contemporary Art Museum in the Heart of Paris

Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection

Tadao Ando Architect & Associates, Niney and Marca Architectes,

Agence Pierre-Antoine Gatier

Photo Marc Domage

A New Step in François Pinault’s Cultural Project

 

The Bourse de Commerce —Pinault Collection, a new museum in the network of sites and initiatives developed since 2006 by François Pinault, will open its doors in the spring of 2021, in the heart of Paris. The Bourse de Commerce will offer a glimpse of the collection of contemporary works that François Pinault has built up for over forty years, through a programme of exhibitions and events. As a new Parisian museum, in which this assemblage, which is unique in the world, can be seen, understood, and appreciated, the Bourse de Commerce, restored and transformed by the architect Tadao Ando, with Lucie Niney and Thibaut Marca of the NeM agency and Pierre-Antoine Gatier, opens up an original dialogue between heritage and contemporary creation. Further Information www.pinaultcollection.com/fr/boursedecommerce

 

Copyright Text: The Bourse de Commerce —Pinault Collection (CLAUDINE COLIN COMMUNICATION)


L'Atelier des Lumières in Paris


Die nächste Ausstellung steht unter dem Motto:


«CEZANNE, THE LIGHTS OF PROVENCE «

« KANDINSKY, THE ODYSSEY OF ABSTRACTION »

 

Ab dem 18. Februar 2022 bis 2. Januar 2023 kann man in die Gemälde von Cezanne und Kandinsky 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