Exhibitions, festivals, books… every fortnight Madame Figaro Offers its own cultural selection.
Arles. I boomed
Double news for Lee Ufan, who has lived through time in Earls, an artist with a very specific relationship to space and light. Late Antiquity’s Arles necropolis is well worth a stroll in Elliscamps, where the Korean artist composed Requiem, the setting of 13 works (as a tribute to Boltansky or as a green tear on a stained-glass window…) that magically resonate with this city of the dead. We must continue the journey with Le Ufán Arles, the foundation which opened on 15 April in the center of the Vernon Hotel, a 17th-century building under the high patronage of Antonin-le-Peux, whose sculpted head was discovered. Works. Designed with the help of architect Tadao Ando and designer Constance Gisset, Li Ufan Arles shows all aspects of his work through sculptures, installations and drawings. Moving variation over time.
Requiem Curated by Alfred Paquement, Arles, at Alscamps, September 22, 2022
Le Boom Arles, Hotel Vernon, Arles
LUMA, New Programming
With 400,000 visitors since July, LUMA continues its interdisciplinary program open to social issues. Two new exhibitions have just opened, along with the Maja Hoffman/Luma Collection exhibits, featuring works by Tacita Dean, Olafur Eliasson, Sigmar Polke, Cyprian Gaylard and Rachel Rose. Dedicated to a Native American artist Skye Hopinka (a first in France) and her photo and video work, which evokes an indigenous aesthetic through her reflections on the area and landscape. The Second American is dedicated to Arthur Jaffa, whose work, video, explores black American culture, using music, sculpture and sound. Spread across two locations, the Grande Halle and the Mécanique Generale, this spectacular exhibition reveals the fundamental nature of its purpose. accomplished.
luma, Parc des Ateliers, 35 Avenue Victor Hugo
Circulation(s), Photo Festival
Circulation(s), a festival of young European photography, resides at CENQUATRE-Paris. As for the 2022 edition, this eleventh edition focuses on the Armenian scene. Led by the Feart collective made up of ten curators led by Regine Hachando, the festival aims to promote emerging photographers and question the boundaries between photography and contemporary art. Over 2,000 square meters, the works of 30 artists from 15 different nationalities are displayed, including Romain Bagnard (France), Lotta Blomberg (Finland), Raphael Hegster (Germany), Mikhalina Kakperk (Poland) … Portfolio With readings, several programs: small circulation(s) a scenario adapted for the little ones, circulation(s) for teens, a course for 11/15 year olds, as well as photo studios where you can photograph by photo You can take your own picture (from 59 euros). professional
Circulation(s), 104, as of May 29.
read alsoLine Papin: “My book deals with the possibility of giving or not giving life”
What are NFTs? Beyond the English acronym for “non-fungible tokens,” a book co-authored by Sophie Lano, cultural strategy consultant and senior reporter Olivier Lerner, explains the technology that makes it possible to sell or buy digital goods stored on the blockchain. Decentralized and secure information storage and distribution network. After reading this, you will learn how to speak NFTs, and know the terms “Metaverse”, “Cryptobros”, “Ethereum” or “Mining” from the menu. You’ll be part of a club of celebrities who’ve changed it (Justin Bieber, Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, Paris Hilton…), learn how to invest and know the risks. On the way to Web3!
NFT Goldmine, crypto-art playerSophie Lano and Olivier Lerner
carpet society beautiful book very decorative
What do they have in common, these luxurious salons, these secret rooms, these mysterious alcoves? Or these palaces, these mansions, these places of power that we look for on the pages? His floor, an essential decorative element, the quintessence of the decorative arts. Starting with the floor is Madeleine Casting’s magic recipe with her leopard pattern. Other decorators such as Jacques Grange, Henri Samuel or Roberto Peregalli followed suit with foliage, Scottish, Neo-Egyptian, graphic patterns, bouquets of flowers… carpet society A very French story, an amalgamation of taste and style, tells of the Codimat House (an acronym for Comptoire de Distribution des Manufactures de Tapis), in a word of elegance, an address exchanged in 1953. The latter is treated like a secret by the great club. Decorators. Decoration for the devil.
Carpet Society. Kodimat, History of Decorative Flooring. Text by Frederic Ruaz. version telllandier
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