Points de rencontres | Exhibition Catalog

Exhibition at the Centre Pompidou from the 23rd October to the 27th January 2020.

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Topics
Art history- Art movements

Description

Art is about meetings, between an artist and a subject, a work and a public, an intuition and a reality ...
Photographers, visual artists, painters and sculptors confront a new and unknown world with major works of the National Museum of Modern Art.
As a result of a thought on the links between art, the institution and the company, the exhibition proposes a dialogue between the works created by seven artists sent by the Centre Pompidou in residence in companies and a selection of chefs-d'oeuvres of its collection.
Through a mirror effect, the work explores the universal subject of emotion.
Works of :
Bruno Serralongue (photography)
Camila Oliveira Fairclough (graphic art)
Agnès Geoffray (visual art)
Jonathan Monk (installations)
Hubert Duprat (sculpture)
Lionel Estève (painting and sculpture)
Alexandre Estrela (digital art)

Descriptions & Features

Authors
Under the direction of Frédéric Paul
Publisher
Éditions du Centre Pompidou
Dimensions
22 x 31 cm
Publication year
2019
Number of pages
192
Number of illustrations
250
EAN
9782844268587

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