Elvire Bonduelle, "Maison Voiture Chien", 2015, collection les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse, impression pigmentaire sur papier Bx-Arts 240 gr, 40 x 59,6 cm © E. Bonduelle ; photo courtesy Gilles Drouault galerie/multiples

Toit et moi [Roof and me]

Is living something that is unique to human beings?

Throughout human history, men and women have taken shelter in caves, but it was when they started building houses to keep a roof over their heads that they began to have an impact on the landscape and their environment. In this exhibition, thanks to the works presented, the public will be able to question what a house is: a refuge, a place of freedom or confinement? A place of intimacy or of community? They will be encouraged to reflect on the relationship between inside and outside, and on the sense of belonging to a place.

With works from the collections of Les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse

Artists: Vito Acconci Vito Acconci, Vincent Bioulès, Elvire Bonduelle, Daniel Dejean, François Malbreil, Hélène Martiat, Eva Nielsen, Line Rossignol, Georges Rousse

Visit of the exhibition Sunday 25 February at 3pm
Ages 8 and up