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FIAC PORTRAIT | Anna Hulacová

FIAC PORTRAIT | Anna Hulacová

Anna Hulačová is a Czech artist based outside of Prague. We talked about her recent projects at Moly Sabata residency, mythology and folklore, sculpture as her main medium and discussed the challenges of reconciling family life and motherhood with artistic practice. Anna Hulačová is represented by hunt kastner. Read our interview with Camille...

FIAC PORTRAIT | ISABELLE CORNARO

FIAC PORTRAIT | ISABELLE CORNARO

We met with Isabelle Cornaro at her studio in Paris to talk about her work and current projects, the importance of narrative, fascination with objects and various medium the artist works with. Isabelle Cornaro is represented by the galleries Balice Hertling in Paris,...

FIAC TIPS | Intérieurs 2020: Naoki Sutter-Shudo, “Les Émigrés”

FIAC TIPS | Intérieurs 2020: Naoki Sutter-Shudo, “Les Émigrés”

Naoki Sutter-Shudo Les Émigrés, 2020 Colour video, sound 2mn 35sec Naoki Sutter-Shudo recites a short speech originally made by Danton at the National Convention in October 1792, where the session considered a new decree: banning emigrants from the territory of the Republic in perpetuity. Sutter-Shudo, living mainly in Los Angeles since 2015, adorns the speech with a cigarette, an iPhone, jewellery and a T-shirt bearing the effigy of the French Revolution, somewhat cynical anachronisms that...

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FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | X Zhu-Nowell

FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | X Zhu-Nowell

If we consider an artwork a thing that inherently contains various sets of relationships, constellations of ideas, ways of making, and genealogies, then my work here is to suggest a few connecting threads that weave through these already overlapping and interconnected worlds. My selection of works for FIAC doesn’t follow an overarching theme, logic, or historical narrative, but there are a few running themes that connect different artist practices and strands of thinking with each other. One...

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FIAC FOCUS | Society

FIAC FOCUS | Society

Artists presented in this focus deal with different issues symptomatic of today's society. Coming from different countries and backgrounds, some of them choose to focus on global matters, while others concentrate on what is going on in their homelands.Mona HatoumProjection (velvet), 2013White Cube Projection (velvet) (2013) relates to a body of work that Hatoum has produced – including various sculptures and works on paper – which depict a world map, using the less familiar Gall-Peters...

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FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | Saim Demircan

FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | Saim Demircan

Here are ten highlights from a wider selection of artworks on show in FIAC’s Online Viewing Rooms, which I think speak to notions of the self, biographies or personal histories both past and present or sites ancient and imagined. The radiantly colored bodies that fill Cecilia Granara’s canvases often entwine with others or nature.Parisian artist-run gallery Exo Exo are showing her painting Feeling is Seeing Otherwise (2020). A meditative painting of sorts – floating arms caress two opposing...

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FIAC OVR | Conversation Room | Petit Palais

FIAC OVR | Conversation Room | Petit Palais

In the rooms of the exhibition Edition limitée. Vollard, Petiet et l’estampe de maîtres that the Petit Palais dedicates to the publishing ventures of two major art dealers of the twentieth century – the visionary Ambroise Vollard and his spiritual successor, Henri Marie Petiet – Yvon Lambert presents his own background as a publisher. Just like Vollard before him, Yvon Lambert continued, after the closure of his gallery, to devote his time entirely to his passion for the publication of...

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FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | Bernard Blistène

FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | Bernard Blistène

Whether “face-to-face” or not, any choice is a commitment to an imperfect cause. So I decided, or took it upon myself – whichever you prefer – to select only fifteen artists from the French scene and, what’s more, these artists are not (yet) present in our collections. The list will be surprising and even surprised me! So it just goes to show that the attraction of an artwork is stronger than any prejudice. Who could complain about that?Bernard BlistèneBernard Blistène has been the director of...

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FIAC FOCUS | Mythology

FIAC FOCUS | Mythology

10 artworks address and reinterpret mythology of different regions : from Ancient Greece to that of Caxinauás people.Mimmo JodiceDemetra, Opera lll, Ercolano, 1992Vistamare/Vistamarestudio Mimmo Jodice has used photography both to analyze reality and as an instrument of introspective investigation. His images document the impassioned interaction of the photographer’s eye with the world. Demetra, Opera lll, Ercolano, 1992, represents the vestals of the fascinating ancient world, testifying...

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FIAC TIPS | Intérieurs 2020: Stefan Tcherepnin, “House of Horrors”

FIAC TIPS | Intérieurs 2020: Stefan Tcherepnin, “House of Horrors”

Stefan TcherepninHouse of Horrors, 2020Colour video, sound3mn A genius of Jack O'Lantern summoned to the House of Horrors guides us through a series of traumas, both real and imagined, in a freight train of terror. Stefan Tcherepnin born 1977 in Boston, USA. He lives and works in Kingston, New York, USA. Stefan Tcherepnin is a mixed media artist and composer.  His work often takes the form of immersive, meta-narrative installations that integrate painting, sculpture, video and found objects. ...

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FIAC FOCUS| Poetry and literature

FIAC FOCUS| Poetry and literature

Drawing inspiration from or alluding to poetry or literature, as well as directly using written word is what brings together the artworks presented here.Etel AdnanUntitled, 2020Lelong & CO.   Etel Adnan was born in 1925 in Beirut. She lives and works in Paris.William KentridgeAnd I Alone, 2020Marian Goodman   “There always needs to be a connection between the topic being addressed and the material in which one thinks about it. This may be charcoal, it may be ink, it may be the gesture of...

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FIAC OVR | Conversation Room | Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection

FIAC OVR | Conversation Room | Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection

Within the framework of its upcoming opening to the public, the Bourse de Commerce – Pinault Collection is organising an encounter with French artist and performer Lili Reynaud Dewar, in conversation with Caroline Bourgeois, the curator of the Pinault Collection. Together, they discuss her singular and multidisciplinary art practice, her collective projects – notably with students – as well as the environments she creates and occupies. They also talk about the subjects and figures that inspire...

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