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

Exposition en cours

Exposition en cours

En cours

David Claerbout, "Oil workers (from the Shell company of Nigeria) returning home from work, caught in torrential rain", 2013. © Printemps de septembre - Photogr. Damien Aspe
Through 10 february 2019
les Abattoirs
The exhibition is firmly rooted in a broader history of photography, film, and video. Devised in two parts, it analyses the transition from the analogue image on film to dematerialised digital creation. Read more
 
  • Jacqueline de Jong, Potato Lovers Towards the Milky Way, 2017, (détail), collection les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse, impression digitale © Jacqueline de Jong ; courtesy Galerie Château Shatto, (L.A), et l’artiste ; photogr. Renato Ghiazza
Through 13 january 2019
les Abattoirs
This first French retrospective by Dutch artist Jacqueline de Jong (born in 1939) offers a panorama of her creation since her historic artworks of the 1960s, her membership as an International Situationist, her role as editor of The Situationist Times and her participation in the events of May ‘68, through to her most recent works – paintings, books or jewellery. Read more
 
Through 9 february 2019
Bibliothèque des Abattoirs
The Bibliothèque des Abattoirs hosts an exhibition dedicated to Béatrice Cussol. Renowned for her drawings, the artist (born in Toulouse in 1970) is invited to occupy the venue, as well as presenting a collection on books, including her novels and some of her collage notebooks, acquired last year by Les Abattoirs. Read more
 
Through 10 february 2019
les Abattoirs
In recent years, the return of a taste in vinyl records has rocked recording artists worldwide. This presentation from the collection takes stock of this comeback from album-cover art, to musical artists or composers, or sculptural reappropriations of the records or record players themselves. Read more
 
  • Agathe Pitié, "Allégorie de la beauté" (détail), 2017, encre et aquarelle sur papier, 90 x 70 cm © Adagp, Paris, 2018 ; courtesy de l'artiste et Galerie Michel Soskine Inc, Madrid
Through 10 february 2019
les Abattoirs
This prize has accompanied and showcased artists in the field of contemporary creation since 2014.  It awards three young artists from the Occitania region through their participation in the Mezzanine Sud exhibition held annually by Les Abattoirs. The 2018 winners are Mazaccio & Drowilal, Marie-Luce Nadal, and Agathe Pitié. Read more
 
  • Eduardo Basualdo, "Goliath´s Head", 2014, metal and black aluminium structure, collection of Les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse 500 x 400 x 350 cm © Aurélien Mole (view from Palais de Tokyo)
Through 10 february 2019
les Abattoirs
Eduardo Basualdo designs for les Abattoirs' basement an unprecedented, sculptural and sound installation around the reinterpretation of La cabeza de Goliath (2014), a series initially produced for le Palais de Tokyo and acquired in 2017 by les Abattoirs. A mysterious and oversized mass floats in space. Read more
 
  • Raphaël Zarka,  Etude pour une œuvre monumentale à protocole. Rampe Cycloïdale, 2015 - 2016, Commande du Centre national des arts plastiques en 2015, coll. FNAC 2016-0095 © Raphaël Zarka / Cnap ; crédit photo : Yves Chenot
From 8 november 2018
les Abattoirs
Raphaël Zarka's Cycloid Ramp is a continuation of the artist's research on skateboarding culture. Zarka offers skaters the opportunity to re-experience the laws of classical mechanics on a human scale. Read more
 
  • Collections Daniel Cordier. Donation au Mnam-CCi, dépôt aux Abattoirs © photogr. Sylvie Leonard
Through 25 august 2019
les Abattoirs
This exhibition aims to show the link between the documentary film The statues also die and the collection Daniel Cordier, in deposit to les Abattoirs since the opening in the year 2000. Read more
 

Prochainement

Michel Kanter, "New York at night" (détail), 1983, collection les Abattoirs Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse, linogravure © droits réservés ; photogr. Grand Rond Production
From 10 january 2019
Médiathèque Grand M, Toulouse
Opening on Wednesday January 16th at 5pm
At night all cats are gray? Not in the eyes of artists, who explore in this exhibition all the shades of the sky illuminated by the constellations. When night falls, the lights of the city merge with the stars. The immensity of the cosmos above our heads invites us to dream and reflect on our place in the universe. Read more