Non classé

Current exhibition

by Cairn Centre Art in Non classé

ARTEMIS AND PAUL ARMAND GETTE 50 YEARS OF CONVERSATIONS Curator Blandine Chavanne From July 6 to November 2, 2020   "Paul Armand Gette was born in Lyon in 1927. After starting his professional career, he decided to turn, in the early 1960s, to an artistic career, using his knowledge of botany and geology, which he introduced to the mythological world. An unclassifiable artist, he plays with labels, blurring the boundaries between natural sciences, literature, poetry, mythology and art history. Painting, sculpture, photography, text, all mediums are summoned to offer us a singular reading of the world around us. Although it…

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In residence !

by Cairn Centre Art in Non classé

 Laetitia JEURISSEN & Fabrizio TERRANOVA laureates of the 2020 call for applications   Laetitia Jeurissen (b. 1989, Belgium) is an artist and curator who lives and works in Mexico City. Her interests in feminism and postcolonial studies in particular, as well as her desire to create networks of affinities and collaborations in the world of contemporary art between different disciplines have led her to organize several projects. She is co-founder of Aztlan in 2015, a platform for interdisciplinary research and conferences. In 2016, Laetitia Jeurissen founded Squash Editions, a series of curatorial proposals that take place on a Squash court…

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Richard Nonas – Col of the second day

by Cairn Centre Art in Non classé

New outdoor artwork, in partnership with Gassendi Museum, within the frame of the operation "le musée sort de ses murs", supported by the Ministry of Culture.   Col of the second day Richard Nonas Cousson Mountain (near Entrages village) Opening, 13 July 2019   This alignment of seventy-seven heavy oak beams installed in the valley between two mountain peaks of Cousson. The artwork is itself the “col”, the passage between those separate places. Nonas emphasizes the power of an intermediary space between the peaks, the gap that opens the way to a new reality. His use of simple shapes and…

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