As part of this exhibition, 15 artists have appropriated the confinement in an unprecedented meeting with the museum and its collections."Lockdown": this is not to illustrate the negative dimension that could evoke a mental illness or incarceration but to be part of the dynamics of proteiform relations between creation and heritage. Against all forms of ideological, political and psychic confinement, the artists' proposals are a way of weaving together with these different places new links echoing the current artistic field.
With the artists: Hervé Bacquet, Bertille Bak, Taysir Batniji, Dominique Blais, Victor Burgin, Dominique De Beir, Ernest Pignon Ernest, Pierre Ferrenbach, Pierre Juhasz, Claude Lévêque, Olivier Long, Michel Sicard, Agnès Thurnauer, Michel Verjux, Diane Watteau.
Curator: Hervé Bacquet and Diane Watteau (University Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne) and Sylvie Gonzalez curator in chief of heritage.
Thursday 25 April and Saturday 18 May / 18h
Guided tours of the exhibition
Price: € 8 on April 25; free on May 18th
Saturdays June 29 and July 6 / 2.30 pm
School of Fine Arts Gustave Courbet
Workshop visit on drawing, proposed by Raluca Vlad, drawing teacher
Price: 8 €
Wednesday, June 26 and July 3/2 pm
In family :
Visit and workshop drawing with the bic on handkerchief, proposed by Perrine Dorin, professor of painting
From 6 years old
Price: 3 €
Reservation: 01 42 43 37 57
From April 12, 2019 to October 7, 2019
• Annual - Reduced price: € 3 (over 60, students, holders of the "discovery pass of Grand Paris Nord" ...)5 €
April 12, 2019
October 7, 2019
Closed On Tuesday* monday - wednesday - friday 10h / 17h30 Thursday 10h / 20h Saturday - Sunday 14h / 18h30
- From April 12, 2019 until October 7, 2019
Photo Julie Joubert © ADAGP Claude Lévêque. Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris
Aiman Saad Ellaoui