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

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Patrick Loste, "Minotaure" (détail), sd, lithographie. Collection les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse © droits réservés - crédit photo : Grand Rond Production
From 12 January to 30 April 2021
Médiathèque de Fonsorbes (31)
Art, philosophy and myths from antiquity have perpetually inspired contemporary artists. This exhibition echoes this through the memory of an ancient heritage with such contemporary accents and such a lively presence. Read more
 
Anne Pesce, Autoportrait ”Automne, les yeux fermés”, 1993. Huile sur toile. Collection les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse © Anne Pesce. Crédit photo. : Jean-Luc Auriol et Alain Gineste
From 14 January to 28 March 2021
Médiathèque Grand M, Toulouse
The portrait travels through history, from the first representations of hunters in prehistoric times to the profile photos that flood social networks today. In this contemporary evocation that brings together portraits and self-portraits in paintings, sculpture and photographs, it is the variety of representations that strikes, with the same attention given to faces and looks, as an invitation to meet the other. Read more
 
Eduardo Basualdo, "Still Here", Verre, eau, socle, moteur, 2012 – Collection les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse © Eduardo Basualdo, PSM Gallery, Berlin, Allemagne
From 7 January to 17 April 2021
Le Majorat, Villeneuve-Tolosane (31)
The Galerie du Majorat joins in the twentieth anniversary of the opening of les Abattoirs with an exhibition that retraces 20 years of acquisitions. Read more
 
Le HANG-ART, Esquièze-Sère, 2020 © Esquièze-Sère
From 7 January to 24 April 2021
Hang’art, Esquièze-Sère (65)
The inaugural exhibition of this new place, dedicated to the visual arts and contemporary creation, brings together works from les Abattoirs collections in this new Pyrenean setting. Does reality exist? The French and Spanish artists invited to this exhibition respond to this question with different forms of masquerades and exuberance, playing with our perception of reality. Read more