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

Archives : 2020

Archives : 2020

Charles Fréger, “Capra din Mălini”, de la série Wilder Mann, 2011 (détail). Collection  les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse. © SAIF - Photo : Charles Fréger
From 14 january to 29 march 2020
Médiathèque Grand M, Toulouse
This exhibition of works by les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse and Frac Occitanie Montpellier celebrates bodies in movement. Joyful and liberating, ritual, collective or intimate, the dance is above all universal. How can choreographic art be transcribed into painting? In a sculpture? How can these works invite you to imagine the rhythms and music that animate them? Read more
 
Patrick Galibert, Josh Cheuse, 1987 – 1988, Diptyque : photographie noir et blanc, photographie couleur, 45 x 45 cm / 30 x 30 cm, Collection les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse © SAIF Photo : René Sultra
From 16 january to 6 february 2020
Penitentiary center of Seysses (31)
Patrick Galibert produced a series of portraits of forty photography students in New York chosen for the interest of their artistic work. He presents, in the form of a diptych, the portrait of each person in relation to fragments of his personal work, thus putting his personality, his living environment and his creations in relation. Read more
 
Emilie Franceschin, "Nuit blanche", 2018, Abbaye de Beaulieu © l'artiste
From 30 january to 26 march 2020
Enac (École Nationale d’Aviation Civile)
Between balance and purity, unity and harmony, white is of all symbols to the point of holding for some a divine and miraculous reach. No color, expression of emptiness, it holds a special place in the history of art. Malevitch made it a powerful symbol of supremacism with his famous White Square on a white background from 1918, but many others did him honor throughout the 20th century ... Read more
 
Daniel Dezeuze, "Armes", 1988 © Adagp, Paris
From January 31 to June 19, 2020
Château de la Falgalarié, Aussillon (81)
Assembly, recovery, reuse, misappropriation and other displacements, since Antiquity, the object has held a preponderant place in art. Read more