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2015

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DAVID ALTMEJD

FLUX

07/03/2015 - 31/05/2015

Playing with a wide variety of materials, Canadian sculptor David Altmejd depicts creatures, often anthropomorphic and animal, in a world inspired by his interest in natural science and architecture. In March 2015 Mudam presents a monographic exhibition of old and new works in collaboration with the Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris and the Montreal Museum of Contemporary Art.

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FRANZ ERHARD WALTHER

ARCHITEKTUR MIT WEICHEM KERN

07/03/2015 - 31/05/2015

Since the late 1950s, Franz Erhard Walther has developed a unique body of work with touches of various movements including minimalist sculpture, conceptual art, abstract art and performance art. By locating the body, language, space and time at the centre of his thinking, the artist gives pride of place to the viewer whose mental and physical commitment is of paramount importance. By inviting the public to materialize the work, the artist wishes to involve and empower the viewer in artistic production.

Memory Lab - Photography Challenges History

MEMORY LAB - PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGES HISTORY

MEMORY LAB I : RÉ-ÉCRITURES

07/03/2015 - 31/05/2015

Memory Lab - Photography challenges History addresses the theme of photographic memory. How does the contemporary photographer approach the past, including the events that characterize Europe and its history, the world wars and the conflict in the Balkans and elsewhere? Beyond the desire to revive the memory of those cruel periods, the inability to “tell” the event through “photography” becomes ironic distancing or takes refuge in the personal journal.

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SYLVIE BLOCHER

S'INVENTER AUTREMENT

08/11/2014 - 25/05/2015

For the past few decades Sylvie Blocher developed a body of video work addressing themes such as the construction of identity, self- or collective expression and the porous boundaries between masculine and feminine. Her works often involve the participation of outsiders invited to act in front of the camera to create what she calls Living Pictures. During the first weeks, the Grand Hall of the museum will be transformed into a film studio in which visitors may leave the ground.

Catherine Lorent

CATHERINE LORENT

D.O.O.M. – DEDICATIO ORIENTIS OCCIDENTIS MUSICAE

11/02/2015 - 23/02/2015

Mudam and Néimënster invite you to discover the many facets of Catherine Lorent’s work. At Mudam, she will occupy the Henry J. and Erna D. Leir Pavilion with a staging device dedicated to performance and sound, both essential elements of her creative process. The sound installation, in which “East and West” will be blended via typical and traditional musical instruments, will host some sound performances.

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JEAN-MARIE BIWER

LES FAÏENCES DE MOUSTIERS

20/05/2015 - 15/11/2015

Jean-Marie Biwer created the twenty-two works that constitute this series during the winter of 2014 in Moustiers-Sainte-Marie, a little village in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence that has been famous for its ceramics workshops since the 17th century. Although he respected the tradition of earthenware in Moustiers, the works of Jean-Marie Biwer tend to differ, which puts him at risk “to do the splits” - as he calls it - in order to guarantee a more personal execution.

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EPPUR SI MUOVE

ART AND TECHNOLOGY, A SHARED SPHERE

09/07/2015 - 17/01/2016

The product of an ambitious partnership with the Musée des Arts et Métiers, the exhibition Eppur si muove (And yet it turns) focuses on the many links that exist between the fields of the visual arts and technology, as well as the decisive influence that the history of the sciences and technology has exercised on contemporary artists. It brings together some seventy pieces from the collections of the prestigious museum in Paris and about a hundred works by artists who embrace the themes that have run through the domains of technology and science for several centuries.

 

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