Avoid the trap of the group show, that impossible Grail.
Discover a magic place, the symbol of an ambitious
French cultural policy with directors and teams who are passionate and stable.
Show it all majestically with the richness of its historical layers, revealing what is sometimes hidden
Assemble partners that nothing should bring together
Try to dialogue with a space not originally conceived for showing artworks
Mix established and unknown artists : no youthism, no aesthetic correctness, no quotas.
Laurent Le Bon
Vernissage vendredi 7 octobre de 18h à minuit
Mercredi, jeudi, dimanche : de 14h00 à 19h00
Vendredi, samedi : de 14h00 à 20h00
Fermé le lundi et mardi
Mercredi 21 décembre à 15h00
Accessible aux visiteurs de l’exposition
Tous les dimanches à 16h00
(sauf le 25 décembre)
Plein tarif : 4€ / Tarif réduit : 3€ *
* Etudiants, seniors, demandeurs d’emploi, membres des amis des musées, chèque crédit loisir.
Tarifs visites guidées : 40,00 €
groupe de 10 à 30 pers, 1h
Sur réservation: 03 20 28 38 04 / email@example.com
Gratuit pour les moins de 18 ans et pour tous, chaque dimanche
16mm film developed using red wine and a chemical process elaborated and implemented by the artist. This film leads the viewer into a world that is both lived and imagined, one of drunkenness and insecurity, which allows the tension of current events to stain a personal reading of the landscapes of Northern France through the gentle erosion of the images on screen.
The artists-students of the promotions Alain Resnais and Manoel de Oliveira.
Born in Los Angeles in 1986, Jake Wiener graduated from Hampshire College (Massachusetts) in 2008, and has worked on and off as a film projectionist, archivist, production assistant, and location scout. He spends his time between Paris, New York, and Tangier. Along with a close network of family, friends, and fellow travellers, he has amassed a large transatlantic archive of super 8 and 16mm footage documenting his travels and personal relationships. He is interested in the tangible, physical qualities of film as a medium of personal and romantic communication, as well as its enduring yet compromised use as a stable archival material.
He began his course at Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains in 2015.