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Correlation at Halle50 in Munich

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Ţórarinn Blöndal, Hlynur Hallsson, Jóna Hlíf Halldórsdóttir, Arna Valsdóttir, Gústav Geir Bollason, Veronique Legros, Ađalheiđur S. Eysteinsdóttir, Arnar Ómarsson, Hanna Hlíf Bjarnadóttir.

30.05. - 09.06.2013

HALLE50
Domagkstr. 33
Städtisches Atelierhaus 50
D-80807 Munich
M. +49(0)172 8911950 or (0)172 418 46 59

Wed, 29th May 2013
7 pm /
opening

Opening hours : Fri., Sat. and Sun.: 3 – 6 pm and by appointment


First things first in Munich in May

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First things first

29.05. - 09.06.2013

Klenzestraße 4
D-80469 Munich
T. +49 (0)89 41 15 06 45
M. +49 (0)160 90 25 56 49
www.firstlines.de

Ţórarinn Blöndal, Hlynur Hallsson, Jóna Hlíf Halldórsdóttir, Arna Valsdóttir, Gústav Geir Bollason, Veronique Legros, Ađalheiđur S. Eysteinsdóttir, Arnar Ómarsson, Hanna Hlíf Bjarnadóttir.

Opening: Tue., 28th May 2013, 7 pm

Opening hours : Fri., Sat. and Sun.: 3 – 6 pm and by appointment

Rennandi vatn og fleiri ný verk í Populus tremula

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Hlynur Hallsson
Rennandi vatn og fleiri ný verk
09.03. - 10.03. 2013
Populus Tremula, Kaupvangsstrćti 12, 600 Akureyri

Hlynur Hallsson opnar sýninguna Rennandi vatn og fleiri ný verk í Populus tremula laugardaginn 9. mars kl. 14. Hann sýnir hér eins og nafniđ gefur til kynna nokkur ný verk sem ekki hafa veriđ sýnd áđur. Ţetta er myndband, ljósmynd og spreyjađir textar.

Hlynur Hallsson er fćddur á Akureyri 1968. Hann stundađi myndlistarnám á Akureyri, í Reykjavík, Hannover, Hamborg og í Düsseldorf. Hann hefur veriđ nokkuđ iđinn viđ ađ setja upp sýningar og á síđasta ári tók hann ţátt í sýningunni Lókal - Glóbal í Listasafninu á Akureyri sem Hlynur Helgason stýrđi í tilefni af 150 ára afmćli Akureyrarbćjar og einnig sýningunni Sjálfstćtt fólk ásamt Jónu Hlíf Halldórsdóttur á Listahátíđ í Reykjavík í Hafnarhúsi Listasafns Reykjavíkur undir stjórn Jonatans Habib Engqvist. Hlynur gaf út bókina MYNDIR - BILDER - PICTURES áriđ 2011 međ 33 ljósmynda- textaverkum. Hann hefur einnig veriđ sýningarstjóri fjölda sýninga eins og TEXT sem sett var upp hjá Kuckei+Kuckei í Berlín haustiđ 2011. Hann var einnig međal stofnenda Verksmiđjunnar á Hjalteyri ţar sem settar hafa veriđ upp sýningar síđustu ár. Hlynur er listrćnn ráđgjafi hjá Flóru á Akureyri.
Hlynur hlaut verđlaun Kunstverein Hannover 1997, verđlaun ungra myndlistarmanna í Neđra-Saxlandi 2001 og verđlaun Sparda Bank áriđ 2006. Hann hefur nokkrum sinnum hlotiđ starfslaun myndlistarmanna og var bćjarlistarmađur Akureyrar áriđ 2005. Hlynur vinnur međ ađstćđur, texta, innsetningar, ljósmyndir, gjörninga og hvađ eina, allt eftir ţví sem hentar í hverju tilfelli. Hversdagslegir atburđir eins og sundferđir, fjallganga eđa verslunarleiđangur geta veriđ efniviđur í verkum hans en einnig landmćri, samskipti fólks og viđhorf okkar. Nánari upplýsingar um Hlyn og verk hans er ađ finna á heimsíđunni hallsson.de og einnig á bloggsíđunni hlynur.is

Populus Tremula hefur veriđ starfrćkt í Listagilinu á Akureyri frá árinu 2004 og hefur stađiđ fyrir fjölmörgum menningarviđburđum svo sem sýningum, upplestrum og tónleikum í gegnum árin. Nánari upplýsingar um Populus tremula er ađ finna á poptrem.blogspot.com

Sýningin verđur einnig opin sunnudaginn 10. mars frá kl. 14.00-17.00. Ađeins ţessi eina helgi.
Menningarráđ Eyţings og Ásprent eru styrktarađilar Populus Temula.


Sýningin art PARK(ing) Day í Artíma

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Veriđ velkomin á sýninguna art PARK(ing) Day í Artíma Gallerí, Skúlagötu 28 (innangengt af Nýló).

Sýningin er tileinkuđ viđburđinum art PARK(ing) Day sem haldinn var á Óđinstorgi 21. september. Fjölmargir listamenn tóku ţátt í ţví ađ umbreyta bílastćđinu í sýningarrými en verkin og sjónrćn skrásetning á viđburđinum verđa nú til sýnis í Artíma Gallerí. Međ sýningunni er ákveđnum hring lokađ ţar sem myndlist sem var gert ađ standast veđur og vinda í almenningsrými, er fćrđ aftur inn í hiđ örugga sýningarrými. Spurningin um hvort ađ listin nái betur til almennings í almenningsrýminu eđa sýningarrýminu vaknar í kjölfariđ.
Heiđurinn ađ fyrstu framkvćmd PARK(ing) Day og útbreiđslu á hönnunarstofan Rebar í San Fransisco.  www.rebargroup.org.“ en deginum er fagnađ um allan heim. Á ţessum degi er bílastćđum breytt í almenningsrými og garđa en markmiđiđ er ađ glćđa stćđin lífi, fagna hinu óvćnta og skapa umrćđu um borgarlandslagiđ.

Listamenn:
Árni Ţór Árnason, Björk Viggósdóttir, Dagbjört Drífa Thorlacius, Davíđ Örn Halldórsson, Gjörningaţríeykiđ (Ţórey Jónsdóttir, Harpa Dögg Kjartansdóttir & Kristjana Rós Guđjohnsen), Margrét M. Norđdahl, Hugsteypan (Ţórdís Jóhannesdóttir & Ingunn Fjóla Ingţórsdóttir), Hlynur Hallsson, Ingvar Högni Ragnarsson, Ingimar Einarsson, Irene Ósk Bermudez og Rakel Jónsdóttir, Klara Ţórhallsdóttir, Nicolas Kunysz, Ólöf Björg Björnsdóttir, Ragnhildur Jóhanns, Ţorvaldur Jónsson og Ţórunn Inga Gísladóttir.

Sýningin stendur til og međ 4. Nóvember og verđur opin ţriđjudaga til föstudaga frá kl. 13-17 og laugardaga og sunnudaga frá kl. 12-17.

Sýningarstjóri er Berglind Helgadóttir
Verkefnastjóri art PARK(ing) Day viđburđarins er Harpa Dögg Kjartansdóttir


"Sjálfstćtt fólk" opnar í Listasafni Reykjavíkur - Hafnarhúsi

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Listasafn Reykjavíkur – Hafnarhús er einn helsti vettvangur samstarfsverkefnisins „Sjálfstćtt fólk“ sem hefst formlega laugardaginn 19. maí. Verkefniđ hverfist um samstarf í samtímamyndlist en ţátttakendur eru myndlistarmenn frá öllum Norđurlöndunum, Eystrasaltslöndunum, Bretlandi, Frakklandi, Bandaríkjunum og víđar.

Sýningarstjóri er listheimspekingurinn og rithöfundurinn Jonatan Habib Engqvist, sem er kunnur fyrir ađkomu sína ađ fjölmörgum alţjóđlegum sýningum og verkefnum undanfarin ár. Verkefniđ er unniđ í samvinnu viđ Kynningarmiđstöđ íslenskrar myndlistar og er á dagskrá Listahátíđar í Reykjavík 2012. Helsti styrktarađili verkefnisins er Nordic Culture Point.

Í Hafnarhúsinu verđa eftirfarandi listamannateymi kynnt: Gjörningaklúbburinn, Elin Strand Ruin & The New Beauty Council, Goksřyr & Martens, Raflost & Steina, Kling & Bang, Hlynur Hallsson & Jóna Hlíf Halldórsdóttir, Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas + 4.333 The Leyline Project (Steingrímur Eyfjörđ & Ulrika Sparre), Institutt for Degenerert Kunst, Útúrdúr og Anonymous.

Nánari upplýsingar um efnistök listamannanna má finna á www.listasafnreykjavikur.is.

Ađra dagskrá tengda sýningu Listasafns Reykjavíkur á „Sjálfstćđu fólki“ er ađ finna á www.listasafnreykjavikur.is.

Sjá nánar um heildarverkefniđ á www.independentpeople.is.


BLATT BLAĐ #60

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A part of our project at the exhibition (I)ndipendent People at Reykjavík Art Festival will be to publish BLATT BLAĐ number 60. The Reykjavík Art Museum will publish 500 copies of the magazine and we have invited 110 artists to participate in the magazine.

 

BLATT BLAĐ was founded in 1994. It is made in the way that “Magazin for everything” by Dieter Roth published for years. Everyone can publish in the paper. Each author gets one example for his contribution.

The artist´s are:

Adri Galindo Rami / Ađalheiđur S. Eysteinsdóttir / Ađalsteinn Ţórsson / Alex Gross / Alexander Steig / Andreas Jari Juhani Toriseva / Arnar Ómarsson / Ásmundur Ásmundsson / Benoit Blein / Claus Kienle / Dodda Maggý / Edda Ţórey Kristfinnsdóttir / Egill Logi Jónasson / Elín Anna Ţórisdóttir / Elísabet Brynhildardóttir / Elisabet Olka / Emmet Kierans / Erica Eyres / Eugene Jho / Frauke Hänke / Freya Steadman / Gabriel Jones / Gauthier Hubert / Guđjón Sigurđur Tryggvason / Gudný Rósa Ingimarsdóttir / Guđný Rúnarsdóttir / Gunnar Helgi Guđjónsson / Gunnar Kristinsson / Gunnar Már Pétursson / Gunnhildur Ţórđardóttir / Habby Osk / Halldór Úlfarsson / Hannah Kasper / Hannes Malte Mahler / Haraldur Jónsson / Helena Ađalsteinsdóttir / Helena Hansdóttir / Helga Óskarsdóttir / Hlynur Hallsson / Hrafnhildur Halldórsdóttir / Hugi Hlynsson / Huginn Ţór Arason / Hugsteypan / Indíana Auđunsdóttir / Ingirafn Steinarsson / James Carl / Jeannette Castioni / Jim Colquhoun / Jón Laxdal Halldórsson / Jón B. K. Ransu / Jóna Hlíf Halldórsdóttir / Joris Rademaker / Julia Hartmann / Júlía Runólfsdóttir / Julia Schmid / Jürgen Witte / Kaj Nyborg / Kari Vehosalo / Karin Sander / Karlotta J. Blöndal / KartenrechtKatie McGown / Katrín I Jónsd. Hjördísardóttir / Katrín Dögg Valsdóttir / Knut EcksteinKristina Bengtsson / Libia Castro & Ólafur Ólafsson / Magnea Ásmunds / Maj Hasager / Margrét H. Blöndal / María Kjartans / Mark Briggs / Michael Göbel / Nikola Röthemeyer / Ninaliba Gersemi / Ólöf Helga Helgadóttir / Ómar Smári Kristinsson / Pálína Guđmundsdóttir / Piet Trantel / Raabe/StephanRaquel Mendes / Robert Knoke / Rolf Bier / Rüdiger StankoRuth Barker / Sabine Öllerer / Sara Riel / Scott Rogers / Selma Hreggviđsdóttir / Snorri Ásmundsson / Sonja Lotta Forster / Sophie Roube / Steinunn Helga Sigurđardóttir / Sukyun & InsookThomas Gunnar Bagge / Tumi Magnússon / Ulrike Schoeller / Unnar Örn / Ville-Veikko Viikilä / Volker Troche / Yst / Yuen Fong Ling / Ţóra Sigurđardóttir / Ţóranna Dögg Björnsdóttir / Ţórarinn Blöndal / Ţóroddur Bjarnason / Ţórunn Eymundardóttir / Ţorvaldur Ţorsteinsson


NÚNINGUR / FRICTION - Listasafn ASÍ / ASÍ Art Museum

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Myndlistin í borginni – borgin í myndlistinni

Laugardaginn 14. apríl kl. 15 opnar í Listasafni ASÍ á Skólavörđuholti sýningin Núningur. Í sýningunni taka ţátt 33 lista- og frćđimenn auk nokkurra annarra gesta.

Meginţema sýningarinnar er núningur borgar og menningar og birtingarmyndir listarinnar í samfélaginu. Sýningin hverfist um hugmyndir listamanna sem nýta sér ţćr sérstćđu ađstćđur sem borgin býđur uppá, allt frá einfaldri framsetningu borgarinnar í myndlist til hverskonar vinnu međ stađhćtti, inngrip í opinber rými, jafnt sem flóknari samfélagslegar tengingar.

Nokkrir ţessara listamanna hafa komiđ ađ kennslu í vinnustofu á vormisseri viđ Listaháskóla Íslands, ţar sem nemendur hafa tekist á viđ tengdar listhugmyndir og ţróađ út frá ţeim verk á sínum forsendum fyrir sýninguna.

Einnig taka ţátt í sýningunni frćđimenn sem skrifa greinar um „myndlistina í borginni og borgina í myndlistinni“ út frá eigin sjónarmiđum og yfirskrift sýningarinnar.

 

Sýningin í Listasafni ASÍ er einskonar miđstöđ eđa vinnustofa verkefnisins, en nokkur af verkum listamannana verđa einnig sett upp á ólíkum tímum og í margvíslegum birtingarmyndum á víđ og dreif um borgina á ţessu ári. Á sýningunni verđa bakgrunnsupplýsingar um verk og athafnir listamannanna. Sýningarrýmiđ er ţannig einskonar rannsóknarmiđstöđ eđa sameiginleg vinnustofa ólíkra listamanna. Vikulega á sýningartímanum verđur bođiđ til umrćđna og málţinga um hugmyndir og verkefni listamannanna og málefni ţeim tengdum.

 

Sýningarstjórar eru Einar Garibaldi Eiríksson, Kristinn E. Hrafnsson og Ólafur S. Gíslason

Ađrir sýnendur eru:

Ásdís Sif Gunnarsdóttir, Ásmundur Ásmundsson, Berglind Jóna Hlynsdóttir, Brynjar Helgason, Christian Hasucha, Elin Wikström, Gunnar J. Árnason, Hjálmar Sveinsson, Hlynur Hallsson, Indriđi Arnar Ingólfsson, Ingirafn Steinarsson, Ívar Glói Gunnarsson, Karl Torsten Stallborn, Katrín Eyjólfsdóttir, Katrína Mogensen, Margrét H. Blöndal í samstafi viđ Harald Jónsson og Hörpu Árnadóttur, Nikulás Stefán Nikulásson, Nína Óskarsdóttir, Páll Haukur Björnsson, Ósk Vilhjálmsdóttir, Ragna Sigurđardóttir, Stefán Óli Baldursson, Una Ösp Steingrímsdóttir, Unnar Örn J. Auđarson, Ţorvaldur Ţorsteinsson, Ţröstur Valgarđsson, Ćsa Sigurjónsdóttir.

 

Safniđ er opiđ alla daga nema mánudaga frá kl. 13 til 17 og ađgangur er ókeypis.

Sýningunni lýkur 13. maí.

 

 

Listasafn ASÍ

Freyjugötu 41 101 Reykjavík

s.5115353, 6929165

asiinfo@centrum.is

www.listasafnasi.is


(I)ndependent People at Reykjavík Art Festival

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Reykjavík Arts Festival announces Visual Arts Program for 2012:
(I)ndependent People
Collaborations and Artist Initiatives

-Opening weekend 18 – 21 May 2012
-Seminar May 20
-Many exhibitions will run throughout the summer
-Follow the project on: www.independentpeople.is

Reykjavík Arts Festival 2012 announces (I)ndependent People, a large-scale collaborative international visual arts project that will involve many of Reykjavík’s exhibition spaces, museums, galleries and public space during the festival season and throughout the summer. Focusing on contemporary visual art from the Nordic and Baltic countries, (I)ndependent People asks if and how collaboration can operate in continual negotiation between contesting ideas and desires, yet allowing unplanned and transformative action. All participating artists are engaged in established or temporary joint ventures. These artist-collectives, partnerships, collaborative workshops and exchanges serve as a dynamic investigation of artistic subjectivity and authorship.

The extensive project brings together 29 artist-collectives with the collaboration of over 100 participants. (I)ndependent People is curated by Swedish curator and theorist Jonatan Habib Engqvist and made possible through exchange and collaborative undertakings between a cluster of museums, galleries, artist-run spaces and institutions. Venues include Reykjavík Art Museum, The National Gallery of Iceland, The Nordic House, Kling & Bang, The Living Art Museum, The Icelandic Sculpture Association and ASÍ Art Museum, together with public space in Reykjavík and off-site events. Saturday May 19 will be dedicated to openings of the exhibitions with receptions and events at the venues from morning to evening and Sunday May 20 will host an international seminar.

Central to the exhibitions is the balancing act of remaining between controlling structures, formalising agreements, constituting norms and allowing change. Several projects will be realised during the course of the exhibitions, some with uncertain results. “By putting the ‘I’ in parenthesis and giving up the authorship of a singular artistic Subject, a specific uncertainty is created and another, hybrid identity is made possible. The in-between of such collaboration can become a site for social and cultural change. This temporary in-between space created in Reykjavík will serve as a platform for ideas yet to be imagined, examined and constructed. It’s a position that can be portrayed as ambiguous and indefinable, but these very qualities often make contemporary art worth putting our hopes to.” says curator Jonatan Habib Engqvist.

Participating artists groups are: 1857 – A kassen – Anonymous – AIM Europe – Box – Endemi – Goksřyr & Martens – IC98 – The Icelandic Love Corporation – Institut fřr Degeneret Kunst – Jóna Hlíf Halldórsdóttir & Hlynur Hallsson – Kling & Bang – Learning Site & Jaime Stapleton – M.E.E.H. – Nomeda & Gediminas Urbonas + MIT 4.333 – Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S. Davidsson – No Gods No Parents (UKS) – NÝLÓ & Archive of Artist Run Initiatives – Raflost & Steina – Sofia Hultén & Ivan Seal – Superflex – The Artist Formerly Known as Geist – The Awareness Muscle Team – The Leyline Project – The New Beauty Council with Elin Strand Ruin, Mariana Alves & Katarina Bonnevier – Útidúr – Wooloo.

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A historical core serves as a common point of reference for the exhibitions. Local trajectories of collaborative and artist-initiated practices from the region reaching over 40 years serve as background to questions such as: Do we share common, “alternative” histories in the Nordic region? Is it relevant to peruse them? How have the networks changed over time? Is it possible, desirable, to create dynamic and sustainable collaboration? These questions, and more will be addressed in a seminar on May 20 in the Nordic House with, among others, Lars Bang Larsen, Jon Proppe, Signal and participating artists.

Exhibition venues are Reykjavík Art Museum, The National Gallery of Iceland, The Nordic House, Kling & Bang, The Living Art Museum, The Icelandic Sculpture Association, ASÍ Art Museum and public space in downtown Reykjavík. In addition, several independent projects are participating, including HORIZONIC, curated by Ásdís Ólafsdóttir in LA Art Museum; a two-man show curated by Chris Fite-Wassilak in i8 gallery; and a project by Art in Translation. A real-time video of the twelve hour performance “Bliss” by Ragnar Kjartansson and a large group of collaborators will be installed in the National Theatre of Iceland.

After successful Festivals in 2005 and 2008 with focus on visual arts, curated by Jessica Morgan and Björn Roth (2005) and Hans Ulrich Obrist and Ólafur Elíasson (2008), the visual arts program of this year’s Festival is produced in collaboration between The Reykjavík Arts Festival, Reykjavík Art Museum, The National Gallery of Iceland, The Nordic House, The Living Art Museum and The Icelandic Art Center. The collaboration has been expanded further to include Art Nord, Endemi, EDDA Center of Excellence, Kling & Bang, The Icelandic Sculpture Association, SÍM – Association of Icelandic Visual Artists, Reykjavík University, The Iceland Academy of Arts, MIT Boston, Torpedo Press and Art in Translation.

Most of the exhibitions will be on view through July/August. A complete program of all Reykjavík Arts Festival 2012 events, including concerts, theatre, literature, dance and visual arts, will be announced April 12, 2012 on www.artfest.is and www.independentpeople.is.

About the Reykjavík Arts Festival
The Reykjavík Arts Festival is one of the oldest and most respected arts festivals in Northern Europe. The festival is recognized as a premiere venue for outstanding acts in music, theatre, dance, and literature as well in the contemporary visual arts. In its 40-year-old history, the festival has hosted many outstanding international artists and performers. The atmosphere of the Reykjavík Arts Festival it truly unique and brings joy and inspiration to Iceland’s residents and guests each year in May.

About the curator
With a background in philosophy, architectural and aesthetic theory, Jonatan Habib Engqvist is a Swedish curator, writer, editor and lecturer. Engqvist has been engaged in several international interdisciplinary and collective projects. He has recently curated exhibitions at the Prince of Wales Museum in Bombay, India; Konsthall C in Stockholm and Färgfabriken in Stockholm and Östersund. Since 2009 Engqvist is part of the Artistic Research project Thinking through painting. He is particularly interested in art, architecture and the relationship between the studio and the exhibition space. He is editor in mischief at tsnoK.se and was co-founder and co-curator of the experimental program in The Studio at Moderna Museet with Camilla Carlberg and Lena Malm. With Maria Lantz he co-edited and translated the book Dharavi: Documenting Informalities. Wngqvist has previously been employed at Moderna Museet, Södertörn University, The Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm and is currently on sabatical leave from his position at Iaspis – The Swedish Arts Grants Committee’s International Programme for Visual Artists.
The project is supported by Nordic Culture Point, Nordic Culture Fund, OCA, The Danish Arts Council, FRAME, HIAP, Konrad Fischer Galerie, Swedish Embassy in Iceland, The Public Buildings Art Fund in Iceland. Parts of the project by Melissa Dubbin & Aaron S Davidson are produced in collaboration between The Living Art Museum and Henie Onstad Kunstsenter, Norway.

The curator will be present in the Nordic Lounge at the Armory Show 2012 with a selection of publications by the participants.

Media Contact:
For further information, interviews and images, please refer to the following contacts:

Dorothée Kirch
Icelandic Art Center
doro@icelandicartcenter.is
+ 354 690 49 60

Kristín Scheving
Reykjavík Arts Festival
kristin@artfest.is
+354 845 38 05

www.independentpeople.is
www.artfest.is


Síđustu forvöđ ađ sjá sýninguna "rencontre platonique" í Musée Denys-Puech í Rodez

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MUSÉE DENYS-PUECH – RODEZ


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1ER OCTOBRE 2011 - 29 JANVIER 2012

Elise Boularan
Gabriel Desplanque
Hlynur Hallsson
Olya Ivanova
Gabriel Jones

Samedi 1er octobre 2011 ŕ 14h00
Inauguration 23čme édition des PHOTOfolies, Hôtel de ville
16h45 Découverte de l’exposition Rencontre Platonique au musée Denys-Puech
Circuit déambulatoire dans les différents lieux d’expositions.

Cinq regards photographiques autour de «grandeur et décadence».

Dans le cadre des Photofolies 2011, le musée Denys-Puech s’est joint ŕ la revue d’images Platonique afin de proposer une exposition collective de photographes contemporains venus du monde entier. Cette revue, créée et imaginée en 2009 par un duo d’artistes plasticiens, Sophie Roube et Benoît Blein, est pensée comme une galerie virtuelle d’images.

Rencontre Platonique s’affiche comme une escapade photographique, elle a pour volonté de proposer un éventail d’images allant de la photographie plasticienne ŕ la photographie documentaire. Elle se présente comme un parcours découverte exposant toutes les formes de création qui utilisent l’image, sans tenir compte du clivage entre photographie et art contemporain.

Le travail photographique d’Elise Boularan fonctionne par séries en essayant de faire disparaître les dichotomies entre le bien et le mal, le noir et le blanc, la réalité et la fiction. Gabriel Desplanque, lui, nous parle de corps en mouvement, de force gravitationnelle, parfois męme de violence dissimulée. Hlynur Hallsson nous fait voyager : toujours « on the road », il nous fait partager images et sentiments ŕ travers tous les continents et toutes les cultures dans lesquels il passe. Olya Ivanova nous plonge, au travers de portraits touchants d’adolescents russes dans un monde ŕ la fois intimiste et documentaire. Enfin, Gabriel Jones renverse la réalité apparente de ces images vers un univers troublant. L’étrangeté de ces paysages photographiques nous rappelle que rien n’est instantané et que la mise en scčne est bien présente, esthétiquement palpable.

Alors que dans le musée, les images prennent corps, l’exposition dévoile les coups de cśur photographiques de la revue Platonique et rend hommage aux artistes associés.

«Rencontre avec... » la revue Platonique et les photographes de l’exposition Rencontre Platonique. Jeudi 27 octobre 2011 ŕ 18h30

Finissage de l’exposition Rencontre Platonique. Visite accompagnée et petit goűter d’hiver, jeune public Dimanche 29 janvier 2012 ŕ 16h00

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MUSÉE DENYS-PUECH – RODEZ


rencontre platonique


1ER OCTOBRE 2011 - 29 JANVIER 2012

Elise Boularan
Gabriel Desplanque
Hlynur Hallsson
Olya Ivanova
Gabriel Jones

Samedi 1er octobre 2011 ŕ 14h00
Inauguration 23čme édition des PHOTOfolies, Hôtel de ville
16h45 Découverte de l’exposition Rencontre Platonique au musée Denys-Puech
Circuit déambulatoire dans les différents lieux d’expositions.

Cinq regards photographiques autour de «grandeur et décadence».

Dans le cadre des Photofolies 2011, le musée Denys-Puech s’est joint ŕ la revue d’images Platonique afin de proposer une exposition collective de photographes contemporains venus du monde entier. Cette revue, créée et imaginée en 2009 par un duo d’artistes plasticiens, Sophie Roube et Benoît Blein, est pensée comme une galerie virtuelle d’images.

Rencontre Platonique s’affiche comme une escapade photographique, elle a pour volonté de proposer un éventail d’images allant de la photographie plasticienne ŕ la photographie documentaire. Elle se présente comme un parcours découverte exposant toutes les formes de création qui utilisent l’image, sans tenir compte du clivage entre photographie et art contemporain.

Le travail photographique d’Elise Boularan fonctionne par séries en essayant de faire disparaître les dichotomies entre le bien et le mal, le noir et le blanc, la réalité et la fiction. Gabriel Desplanque, lui, nous parle de corps en mouvement, de force gravitationnelle, parfois męme de violence dissimulée. Hlynur Hallsson nous fait voyager : toujours « on the road », il nous fait partager images et sentiments ŕ travers tous les continents et toutes les cultures dans lesquels il passe. Olya Ivanova nous plonge, au travers de portraits touchants d’adolescents russes dans un monde ŕ la fois intimiste et documentaire. Enfin, Gabriel Jones renverse la réalité apparente de ces images vers un univers troublant. L’étrangeté de ces paysages photographiques nous rappelle que rien n’est instantané et que la mise en scčne est bien présente, esthétiquement palpable.

Alors que dans le musée, les images prennent corps, l’exposition dévoile les coups de cśur photographiques de la revue Platonique et rend hommage aux artistes associés.

«Rencontre avec... » la revue Platonique et les photographes de l’exposition Rencontre Platonique. Jeudi 27 octobre 2011 ŕ 18h30

Finissage de l’exposition Rencontre Platonique. Visite accompagnée et petit goűter d’hiver, jeune public Dimanche 29 janvier 2012 ŕ 16h00

Mes vacances au musée ! Ateliers 7/12 ans

En lien avec chacune des expositions, ces stages animés par un artiste permettent aux jeunes de 7 ŕ 12 ans de découvrir une technique et de réaliser un travail personnel inspiré par la rencontre avec la création contemporaine Pour les enfants de 7 ŕ 12 ans - Tarif : 18€
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Vacances de Toussaint
Les mardi 25, jeudi 27, vendredi 28 octobre 2011 de 14h ŕ 17h Un cycle de trois ateliers de pratique photographique avec l’artiste Elise Boularan, autour de l’exposition Rencontre Platonique.

Vacances de Noël
Les mardi 20, jeudi 22, vendredi 23 décembre 2011 de 14h ŕ 17h Un cycle de trois ateliers de pratique photographique et photomontage avec l’artiste Régis Landčs autour de l’exposition Rencontre Platonique et de la vidéo de Franck Scurti «Chicago Flipper».

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