Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Toulouse, FRAC Midi-Pyrénées

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Upcoming in region

Eric Watier, TOUT VA BIEN, Autocollant sur croiseur Midjet-La Prairie, une proposition de Cédric Torne. Crédit : Pépit Pictures.com
From 1 july 2017
Pond of Thau, Marseillan (34)
Exhibition of the boat of Cédric Torne in the port of Marseillan throughout the summer. Cédric Torne and Éric Watier seized the words of a daily expression, turned over spatially and placed on the hull of a boat. In this perfect "anti-advertising", the meaning suddenly bursts in. Read more
 
From 2 july 2017
MAGCP, Cajarc (46)
Vernissage on Saturday July 1st at 4 pm
The Lot valley continues its summer transformation and flirts this year with science fiction. Guest artists, familiar with digital practices, deploy a huge playground and critical strategies. Read more
 
Photographie Anais Armelle Guiraud
From 6 july 2017
Maison Bonnal and Tourist Office, Le Somail (11)
Vernissage on Monday, July 17 at 6:30 pm
The installation of Jimmy Richer transforms the façade of the Maison Bonnal into a music box populated with birds. This large wallpaper fresco brings life and magic to the building, reinscribing it in the history of the eighteenth century. At the Tourist Office, the female portraits of Natacha Lesueur appear as creatures of dreams, landscape goddesses who try to capture the attention of the carefree walker. Read more
 
"Sometimes the dress is worth more money than the money", Couleur, son. 4 min., 2000–2001 © Tracey Emin
From 8 july 2017
Atelier Blanc, Villefranche de Rouergue (12) and Moulin des Arts, Saint-Remy (12)
Vernissage on Friday July 7 at 6 pm (Moulin des Arts) and 7:30 pm (Atelier Blanc)
The exhibition "Sonnant et trébuchant", by analogy with the expression "espèces sonnantes et trébuchantes", brings together works whose point of contact is anchored in the theme of money, either as exchange currencies, Either as metal and, by extension, all precious metals, silver, gold, bronze, which are worked as a material of plastic creation. Read more
 
Philippe Hortala, La crêpe, 1995 © Jean-Pierre Lefèvre
From 8 july 2017
Musée du Lauragais, Castelnaudary (11)
Vernissage on Saturday, July 8 at 11 am
At the Musée du Lauragais, which traces the history and customs of the culinary arts of the territory, À Table! Is an exhibition of contemporary artists who take food as a source of inspiration. Their works have a different representation of food and tasting and thus reveal our different appetites. Read more
 
Charles Lopez, Bicyclette, 2003, métal, tissus, plastique, caoutchouc. Collection et Photo Frac Languedoc-Roussillon.
From 11 july 2017
Office de Tourisme Antenne Canal du Midi, Trèbes
Vernissage on Saturday, July 15 at 6:30 pm
The exhibition brings together humorous works that divert the object from the bike, a popular means of locomotion on the banks of the canal. The three artists Ernest T., Charles Lopez and Richard Fauguet draw from both art history, the domestic world and the collective imagination to create puns and visual puns. Read more
 
From 12 july 2017
Hôtellerie Sainte-Foy, Moissac
Vernissage on Tuesday July 11 at 6 pm
Responding to the history and architecture of the place, "Hôtel des Arts", a stopover along the canal, takes its summer quarters at the Hôtellerie, with furniture unusual, diverted or imagined by artists and Shelters what extravagant or ghostly figures, plunging its hosts into an artistic stay. Read more
 
Stéphane Thidet, Sans titre (Le Refuge), 2007, coll. les Abattoirs - Frac Occitanie Toulouse © droits réservés ; photogr. courtesy de l'artiste
From 15 july 2017
Centre de photographie de Lectoure (32)
Vernissage on Saturday July 15 at 7 pm
This summer in Lectoure, art will stimulate our intimate and deep emotions through the diversity of the worlds crossed. It will be about atmosphere, climate, sensation, impression, immersion, experience, turbulence, sometimes fog, fear, fear and ghost. Read more