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

Exposition en cours

Exposition en cours

En cours

Dora Maar, Picasso sur un escabeau devant "Guernica", dans l’atelier des Grands -Augustin, Paris, en mai-juin 1937, collection musée national Picasso Paris, photogr. NB © Adagp, Paris, 2018 © Succession Picasso, 2018 ; photogr. RMN / Grand Palais (musée national Picasso Paris)
Through 25 august 2019
les Abattoirs
Les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse presents an exhibition dedicated for the first time to the relationship between Picasso and the Spanish Exodus. Spanning three floors of Les Abattoirs, it explores how the historical and personal upheaval of the Exodus affected Picasso and many other artists of his generation. 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
 
  • 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
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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
 
  • Carlos Aires, "Sweet Dreams (are made of this)", 2016
Through 3 november 2019
les Abattoirs
Echoing Goya and Picasso, the exhibition ¡Dulces Sueños! focuses on the contemporary Spanish scene, showcasing a dozen Spanish artists of the young generation, native Spaniards or Latin Americans, whose works are characterised by their political commitment. Read more
 

Prochainement

"Abstract Expressionnist Portrait of Donald Trump", 2018 (détail) © The Artist, Collection privée, courtesy Michael Werner Gallery, New York and London
From 20 september 2019
les Abattoirs
This exhibition, the first retrospective by the artist in France since 1999, covering his career since the late 1950s through to the present day, brings together around sixty artworks (paintings, graphic arts, etc.), many previously unseen, as well as a collection of archive materials. Read more