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

Exposition en cours

Exposition en cours

En cours

Fatimah Tuggar, "Day Dream", 1998, montage sur ordinateur (jet d'encre sur vinyle), 147 x 212 cm ; courtesy de BintaZarah Studios © Fatimah Tuggar
From 16 December 2020 to 30 May 2021
les Abattoirs
This exhibition brings together African artists who all look at the question of transmission in contemporary societies, going beyond Africa and echoing in France and the rest of the world. Read more
 
  • Fernand Léger (d'après), 'Les Loisirs sur fond rouge'. Tapisserie, laine, 347 x 427 cm. Maître Guy Loudmer. Dépôt à les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse © Adagp, Paris
From 16 December 2020 to 21 March 2021
les Abattoirs
Les Abattoirs, Musée – Frac Occitanie Toulouse is presenting an exhibition that brings together a dozen or so artworks, tapestries, and ceramics by Fernand Léger, which are in harmony with his other works interspersed throughout the building. Read more
 
  • Lana Duval, "Front-back", peinture digitale, 2018
From 16 December to 21 March 2021
les Abattoirs
This prize accompanies and promotes artists in the domain of contemporary artistic creation. This year, four young artists from the Occitanie region are being rewarded with the opportunity to participate in the annual exhibition organised on-site at Toulouse: Lana Duval, Bonella Holloway, Matthieu Sanchez, and Anna Solal. This is a real showcase for creations by young visual artists in the region. Read more
 
  • Pia Camil, "Espectacular Telón V", 2013. Peinture, toile, pigments, cousue à la main 263 x 700 cm. Collection les Abattoirs, Musée - Frac Occitanie Toulouse. © Pia Camil. Courtesy Galerie Sultana, Paris. Photo : Claire Dorn
From 15 October 2020 to 30 May 2021
les Abattoirs
This exhibition is exclusively devoted to fabric in all its many forms: woven, stitched, stretched, cut, torn, reinterpreted, embroidered, painted, shaped, and worn. Many works have been selected from the Daniel Cordier collection, which was gifted to the Musée national d’Art moderne – Centre Georges Pompidou and later transferred to Les Abattoirs. Creations from across the continents are displayed alongside works by contemporary artists. Read more
 
  • Marion Baruch, Lasciar cadere, 2018. Voile de polyester, 260 x  560 cm. Courtesy Sammlung Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst
From 16 December 2020 to 30 May 2021
les Abattoirs
Marion Baruch gives pride of place to her fabrics, free from functionality. Selected for their colour or material, the artist pulls these fabrics tight, suspends them, or stretches them, thus employing them as a backdrop for her reflection on the environment and overconsumption in the fashion world. The exhibition spans a period of time from the 60s to the 80s and builds on the artist’s questioning of herself as a brand. Read more
 
  • Collections Daniel Cordier. Donation au Mnam-CCi, dépôt aux Abattoirs © photogr. Sylvie Leonard
In tribute: extended until May 2021
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