Through this video combining dance, electronic music and ethnographic images, Julien Creuzet offers a poetic and political reflection on the postcolonial reappropriation of African and Caribbean historical narratives.
With The Distance Is Beautiful. La distance la plus courte entre deux points n'est pas une ligne droite (The shortest distance between two points is not a straight line), French artist Lola Gonzàlez captures the streets of Los Angeles in a poetic performance involving more than 60 dancers.
Xavier Veilhan is one of the most well-known and internationally recognised French artists. A visual artist, he has gradually expanded his art to include performance by working with musicians to create unique sensory experiences.
For the first time in China, the Tinsghua University Art Museum in Beijing hosts a retrospective devoted to the Supports/Surfaces movement, a brief movement from the first half of the 1970s which is considered to be the last avant-garde art movement.
Since the 11th of May 2019, the French Pavilion at the 58th Venice International Art Exhibition presents Laure Prouvost’s artistic project, Deep See blue Surrounding You. Its corner-stone is a fictional film which takes the form of an initiatory journey and joyous saga. Discover ten unveilings of...
At his first personal exhibition in Canada called “Suspended Time,” Palestinian Taysir Batjini reflects on his work and his approach to photography, one of the mediums he enjoys working with alongside video, painting and sculpture.
Holding a PhD in art theory and history and artistic director of the Art Encounters Foundation in Timisaora, Diana Marincu is the curator of the exhibition "Persona. Works by Romanian artists” at the Mucem in Marseille.
Chairman of the CEA (French Association of Exhibition Commissioners) and member of the board of directors of CIPAC (Federation of Contemporary Art Professionals), Jérôme Cotinet-Alphaize is the joint general commissioner with Marianne Derrien (winner of the “Young Commissioners” grant from the...
Part installation, part sensory experience, Musica Mobile reinvents spatial sound design, allowing its composer Pierre-Alain Jaffrennou to put his research at the intersection of music and computer science into practice.
This fourth tour of the Marcel Duchamp Prize in China offers a new perspective on the French experience through eyes of the 14 artists recognised by the award. Curator Annabelle Ténèze chose to select the works through the prism of the road, in other words of movement, travel, discovery. Taking as...
In the series of wooden sculptures Mammalian Fantasies, the Franco-British duo Daniel Dewar & Grégory Gicquel explores ancient techniques for sculpting wood, through murals and furniture decorated with organic, human and animal figures.
The sculptural, aural and performance-art piece As deep as I could remember, as far as I could see by Tarik Kiswanson, features a dozen children reciting texts in a chorus, in a sculptural setting made of metal blades.