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Dove Allouche
AgBr

Winner of the 2020 Maratier Prize awarded by the Pro mahJ foundation, the visual artist Dove Allouche was invited to take a creative look at the mahJ's collections to produce a new work. His gaze fell on the museum's collections and stopped on a photograph by Felix Bonfils (1831-1885), one of the first pictures of the Dead Sea.

 

Using samples taken from the image and enlarged with a microscope, the artist highlights the link between the Dead Sea and the medium of its representation: salt. The title of the work, AgBr, refers in chemistry to silver bromide, a metallic salt whose blackening under light is the origin of photography. In nine images, AgBr proposes a poetic connection between Yām HaMélah (the salty sea), and the chemistry of the photographic image by revealing the salt that composes it at a scale imperceptible to the eye.

 

Practical information :

until April 23, 2023

 

mahJ
Hôtel de Saint-Aignan
71 rue du Temple
75003 Paris

 


 

Nina Childress
THE TOMB OF SIMONE DE BEAUVOIR
 

Monographic exhibition

 

Practical information

from 24 June to 6 November 2022

                    

Rouen Museum of Fine Arts
Open from 10am to 6pm except on Tuesdays
Esplanade Marcel Duchamp
76000 Rouen

 

Nina Childress
Hedy Lamaar _ The Strange Woman

A group exhibition curated by Marc Bembekoff and Nina Childress 

with Christophe Berhault, Florian Bézu, Jean-Luc Blanc, Nina Childress, franckDavid, Brice Dellsperger, Cyril Duret, Sylvie Fanchon, Marina Faust, Hedy Lamarr, Natacha Lesueur, Katrin Plavčak, Camille Vivier

 

Practical information

From 17 Sept. 2022 to 21 Jan. 2023

 

Centre d'art contemporain la galerie Noisy-le-Sec

 


 

Mimosa Echard
Prix Marcel Duchamp

Visual artist and head of studio at the Beaux-Arts de Paris and Ivan Argote, graduate of the Beaux-Arts de Paris finalists of the Marcel Duchamp Prize 2022

 

Practical information :

from Oct. 5, 2022 - Jan. 2, 2023

 

Exposition au Centre Pompidou

 


 

Nuit Blanche 2022
Monday, October 10, 2022

Already twenty years of contemporary creation in the public space and in the craziest places. Created in 2002 by the City of Paris, Nuit Blanche is every year a Paris transformed by art, a Paris that makes you dream, a Paris that is even more festive, a Paris where creation is accessible to all. Nuit Blanche is :

  • more than 4,000 artists, French and international, emerging and recognized, presented in Paris since the creation of the event
  • more than 1 million visitors every year
  • more than 30 cities around the world have adopted the concept
  • for four consecutive years, an event of metropolitan scope, with numerous events in several municipalities of the Greater Paris Metropolis

 
Valérie Sonnier
Everything says something to someone

Installation
The ghosts of Victor Hugo by a spiritualist photographer.

 

Practical information :

Maison Victor Hugo
6, place des Vosges, 75004 Paris
M1, M5, M8 : Bastille
7 pm - 2 am

 

Jack McNiven
Decomposed drawing

Drawing
Ephemeral landscapes in large formats drawn with chalk.

 

Practical information :

Bibliothèque Forney (courtyard)
1, rue du Figuier, 75004 Paris
M7 : Pont-Marie
6 pm - 1 am

 


 

James Rielly
Work, Rest and Play

The exhibition consists of almost forty paintings and watercolours in various formats produced from 2002 to the present day.


Practical information

From 16 September to 27 November 2022

CAC Malaga
Germany Street, S/N, 29001, Malaga
Spain

 


 

Julien Sirjacq
THE BELLS ANGELS - Future impact 2

The Bells Angels (Simon Bernheim and Julien Sirjacq) present a new series of paintings entitled Crowd Processing Paintings. This title with predictive accents plays on the algorithmic impact of crowd images as well as on a history of reproduction techniques. It reminds us of scientific articles aiming to develop new algorithms capable of tracking the individual in a crowd image and anticipating his movements, his behavior.

 

Practical information :

From October 8 to 22, 2022
Opening on Friday, October 7 (6:30 pm - 9 pm)

 

Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire
17 rue des Filles du Calvaire
75003 Paris


 


 

Clara Schulmann
Podcast "En déplacement"

Clara Schulmann hosts a radio show/podcast live from the Jocelyn Wolff gallery
A monthly event that brings together artists, authors, editors... different figures from the art world.

 

Access to the podcasts