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The Cairn has launched its call for projects for 2021!

by Cairn Centre Art in Non classé

The Cairn has launched its call for projects for a research residency in the heart of the Haute-Provence Geopark… The commission took place on 20 July 2021 and selected Jan Kopp as the 2021 laureate! In the heart of the Saint-Benoît park, the residence of the Cairn

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Brandon Ballengée on location in Digne…

by Cairn Centre Art in Non classé

During the week of July 18, 2021, the Cairn welcomed (at last!) the American artist & biologist Brandon Ballengée for a first approach in the Dignois context: exploration of sites, meetings with entomologists of the region and night observation where we had the joy of apprehending a beautiful diversity of moths…Thanks to the association Proserpine Paca for the organisation of the observation evening in the Saint-Benoît park! Follow the Cairn's news to make sure you don't miss any of the upcoming projects in Digne! See you soon… To find out more about the artist's approach, click here : https://www.cairncentredart.org/fr/exposition-ete-2020/

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Hiking Festival

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On September 25th and 26th The hiking festival will take place with the theme of Routo and pastoralism! On September 25th with the Cairn… What could be better than to take you on a journey in the footsteps of Marcel?The Sentier Marcel is a work by Till Roeskens. It consists of the installation of a series of fragments of Marcel's story (a former shepherd from the Haute Bléone) along a route that he followed all his life, thus allowing you to follow a life path and a mountain path at the same time. You can find snippets of Till Roeskens'…

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CAIRN’s open since June 2nd!

by Cairn Centre Art in Non classé

Andy Goldsworthy. Poppy spits. Digne-les-Bains, France. 10 June 2015 (Projection de coquelicots.Digne-les-bAINS, France.10 JUIN 2015) © Andy Goldsworthy June - October 31st A brief history of Cairn The Flash-Back exhibition, whose scenography is in keeping with a desire for sobriety and respect for nature that is dear to the project, retraces the different stages in the history of the Cairn, a veritable "artistic laboratory in the mountains" that was a pioneer in France and Europe in terms of the size of the space involved. This retrospective is based on the Cairn's archives and on a selection of works lent by the artists.…

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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

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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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