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LARRY CLARK
16 / 09 / 2019 - 22 / 11 / 2019
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Carmen Gray + LUCE
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Françoise Janicot UNE IMAGE MORCELÉE
06/11/2019
06/11/19 - 13/12/19 UNE IMAGE MORCELÉE

06/11/19 - 13/12/19

UNE IMAGE MORCELÉE

Photographies et vidéos féministes en France dans les années 1970

Opening on nov. 12th 6pm

On display from nov. 06 to dec. 13 2019

www.galeriemicheljourniac.com/uneimagemorcelee

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Nil Yalter « TRANS / HUMANCE » at MAC VAL
05/10/2019
05/10/2019 - 09/02/2020 www.macval.fr &nbs05/10/2019 - 09/02/2020 www.macval.fr    ...
MAC VAL is inaugurating an original exhibition by Nil Yalter, an artist internati

MAC VAL is inaugurating an original exhibition by Nil Yalter, an artist internationally recognised for the engagement and “multistylistic” nature of her art, ranging from video to painting, from collage to photography, from performance to installation. Of this militant artist born in 1938, art critic Georges Boudaille wrote in 1979: “Nil Yalter sees herself as an instrument, an amplifier, in favour of almost obsessional themes: the situation of all immigrant workers and the position of women in all societies.”

Her works, her forms derive from her documentary or sociological material. She explores the conditions of excluded populations or individuals – immigrant male and female workers, exiled communities, women prisoners – by means of investigations and interviews. Nil Yalter gives a voice to individuals who express the difficulty of their everyday life in their quarter, town, country, or society.

“TRANS/HUMANCE” is the first major museum exhibition devoted to Yalter’s work.

It follows the one organised by FRAC Lorraine in 2016 and is designed to be complimentary to the one organised at the Museum Ludwig in Cologne and at the Hessel Museum of Art in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. From the constructivist paintings of the 1960s to the most recent developments, it offers a retrospective of this body of work which takes a feminist and Marxist perspective on such issues as immigration, gender and class.

Discrimination is the driving theme of this multimedia body of work combining drawing, video, painting, performance, text, photography and objects. This exhibition is also accompanied by the first monograph on the artist’s work to be published in French.

“A photograph of the carer of Nil Yalter, a Franco-Turkish artist born in 1938, the exhibition “TRANS/HUMANCE” sets up connections between her different periods, from the constructivist paintings of the 1960s to two new works conceived for MAC VAL (Niqab Blues, 2018-19 and Gitanes, 2019), via the socio-critical projects of the 1970s and 1980s. The displays includes the first recreation of Yalter’s crucial 1983 exhibition at the ARC “C’est un dur métier que l’exil,” in which men and women speak of their living and working conditions in the secret workshops of the Faubourg Saint-Denis. Many of her works are shown here in their full form, like the video Katran (1978), in which a union activist explains workplace bullying. The works examine the new towns, home to factory workers (Chicago, 1975) whose struggles to improve their existences are depicted along with the effects of their beliefs. The exhibition takes in the set of works which constitute an important record of immigration in France in the 1970s and 80s, but also reflect the artist’s feminist and Marxist positions. Her feminist engagements are to the fore in La Femme sans tête ou La Danse du ventre (1974) and Lapidation (2009), as well as in the interactive video Histoire de peau (2003).

“TRANS/HUMANCE” immerses visitors in a powerful discourse, with words that speak both to our sensibility and to our desire for rational knowledge. These pieces are emblematic of the struggles and desires of a given period yet resonate powerfully with our own, even if the influence of ethnography and political and social events place them within specific places and histories. In this multimedia ensemble, moving images are associated with drawings, gelatin silver photographs and Polaroids, paintings and collages of materials and texts, adapted to the new computer-based technologies of the 1990s–2000s. “TRANS/HUMANCE” offers a magnificent panorama of sixty years of work by a major international artist.”

Text by Fabienne Dumont,

co-curator of the exhibition

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Presentación Publicación Premio Arte y Mecenazgo
Presentation Publication Award Arte y Mecenazgo
18/09/2019
Este sábado 21 de septiembre os queremos invitar a un evento muy especial para nosotros:
Este sábado 21 de septiembre os queremos invitar a un evento muy especial para nosotros: la celebración donde presentaremos nuestra publicación que reúne los 15 años de espaivisor , realizado gracias al Premio Arte y Mecenazgo  "La Caixa" 2018. A continuación, ofreceremos una comida-fiesta con paella, cerveza Turia y música en directo.
Presentación publicación/ Book Launch: 13:30h
Comida-fiesta/ Lunch-party: 15:00h Palau dels Mercaders Carrer dels Cavallers nº 26 46001 València
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This Saturday, September 21, we would like to invite you to a very special event for us: t
This Saturday, September 21, we would like to invite you to a very special event for us: the celebration where we will present the publication that brings together the 15 years of espaivisor, made possible thanks to the Award Arte y Mecenazgo "La Caixa" 2018. Followed by a Lunch - Party with paella, Turia beer, and live music.
 
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PASADO Y PRESENTE, LA MEMORIA Y SU CONSTRUCCIÓN. ANA TERESA ORTEGA
16/09/2019
19/09/2019 19:30 h Centre del Carme. Salas Goerlich-Ferreres 19/09/2019 19:30 h Centre del Carme. Salas Goerlich-Ferreres

Este proyecto sobre la obra de Ana Teresa Ortega, que comprende su producción desde los años noventa hasta la actualidad,  toma como punto de partida la exposición Visión-revisión de 1990 y como punto de cierre sus últimos proyectos, realizados en la última década, algunos de los cuales se muestran por primera vez al público en esta exposición.

En 1990 la autora presentó por primera vez Foto-esculturas, una serie entre la fotografía y la escultura en la que ya podemos observar algunos elementos de su modus operandi como las referencias a los medios de comunicación y la cultura de masas y una fuerte preocupación por el entorno social y sus efectos en el individuo, que derivará posteriormente hacia lo histórico y lo colectivo.  En estas obras elude el papel y utiliza como soportes telas emulsionadas o hierro.

Los intereses surgidos de los primeros proyectos fueron adoptando diferentes aspectos debido a la utilización de otros materiales como el metacrilato y soportes transparentes: Figuras del exilio, La biblioteca, una metáfora del tiempo, Jardines de la memoria y Pensadores dejan paso al siguiente gran tema de sus investigaciones, que concretará en los inicios del siglo XXI, como fue su investigación sobre la memoria histórica. Esta cuestión generará una serie de proyectos consecutivos que arranca con Cartografías silenciadas, continúa con De trabajos forzados y se cierra con Lugares del saber y exilio científico y Presencias sombrías. Una serie de proyectos que han requerido de una larga investigación en los diferentes archivos que custodian información relevante sobre el golpe de estado franquista y la posterior Guerra Civil.

La arquitectura de las salas Goerlich-Ferreres nos ha permitido organizar la exposición alojando cada uno de los proyectos en un espacio diferente, en lugar de una secuencia cronológica, buscando las relaciones que existen entre ellos, para facilitar una más fácil comprensión por parte del visitante.

Pep Benlloch

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