Expositions

Exhibitions

Automne 2020
3 September to 3 October

Rachel Echenberg

Conversations with my family

In this series, Rachel Echenberg presents one-to-one performances with her immediate family members. Each non-verbal conversation requires endurance and patience to build a portrait of the relationship.

8 September to 18 October

RANDA MADDAH— EMILIE SERRI — GUILLERMO TREJO— KIM WALDRON

Espaces identitaires
eXcentrer

The migration of peoples is a recurring phenomenon in the history of humanity, whether by choice, by obligation, by necessity. What defines our territory? How does cultural heritage and identity affect who we are?

18 September
La rentrée—Art—The Pandemic

Much has been said since last Spring about the challenges that the pandemic poses for the performing arts. About the necessary proximity between artists and the public. Little has been heard about practices in the visual arts. However, to feel the full weight of a visual art  proposal, generated by the choices...

8 October to 7 November

Catherine Bodmer

Synonymes

Starting from a series of images that expose plant market lush kiosks in the Viveros de Coyoacán in Mexico City, Catherine Bodmer continues her research around the garden theme as a manifestation of the quest for an ideal world, a utopia.

12 November to 12 December

Philippe Internoscia

Monument mou

Philippe Internoscia creates hypperrealistic three-dimensional facsimiles of mundane and surreal objects to subvert material world heteronormative categorizations. With FLEX, Philippe Internoscia presents a libidinal export through a rhythm and a flexibility which exceeds the limits of capitalist sexuality...

12 November to 12 December

Mathieu Lévesque 

Les isolés

The most recent research of Mathieu Lévesque is oriented around the ambiguity between the painter's know-how and laissez-faire, while the particular and recurring gestures, generators of style and palettes are often the result of habits, tics, even errors.

Automne 2020
3 September to 3 October

Rachel Echenberg

Conversations with my family

In this series, Rachel Echenberg presents one-to-one performances with her immediate family members. Each non-verbal conversation requires endurance and patience to build a portrait of the relationship.

8 September to 18 October

RANDA MADDAH— EMILIE SERRI — GUILLERMO TREJO— KIM WALDRON

Espaces identitaires
eXcentrer

The migration of peoples is a recurring phenomenon in the history of humanity, whether by choice, by obligation, by necessity. What defines our territory? How does cultural heritage and identity affect who we are?

18 September
La rentrée—Art—The Pandemic

Much has been said since last Spring about the challenges that the pandemic poses for the performing arts. About the necessary proximity between artists and the public. Little has been heard about practices in the visual arts. However, to feel the full weight of a visual art  proposal, generated by the choices...

8 October to 7 November

Catherine Bodmer

Synonymes

Starting from a series of images that expose plant market lush kiosks in the Viveros de Coyoacán in Mexico City, Catherine Bodmer continues her research around the garden theme as a manifestation of the quest for an ideal world, a utopia.

12 November to 12 December

Mathieu Lévesque 

Les isolés

The most recent research of Mathieu Lévesque is oriented around the ambiguity between the painter's know-how and laissez-faire, while the particular and recurring gestures, generators of style and palettes are often the result of habits, tics, even errors.

12 November to 12 December

Philippe Internoscia

Monument mou

Philippe Internoscia creates hypperrealistic three-dimensional facsimiles of mundane and surreal objects to subvert material world heteronormative categorizations. With FLEX, Philippe Internoscia presents a libidinal export through a rhythm and a flexibility which exceeds the limits of capitalist sexuality...