FIAC STORIES

FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | Jean de Loisy

FIAC OVR | Through the Eyes of | Jean de Loisy

Visit FIAC, bump into some friends, discover unknown artists, surprise yourself with the array of sublime works to covet, explore galleries from countries rarely visited, hone the finesse of the gaze with one exhibitor or another, approve of their loyalty to some artists that we see less often and their intensity with respect to some newcomers...

FIAC PORTRAIT | Trevor Yeung

FIAC PORTRAIT | Trevor Yeung

Trevor Yeung is Hong Kong based artist whose practice, according to art writer and curator Cosmin Costinas, uses natural bodies and systems as a pretext for describing human processes and relations. We talked his recent work, favourite medium, the notion of control...

FIAC FLASHBACK | Rosa Barba

FIAC FLASHBACK | Rosa Barba

Rosa Barba was born in 1972 in Agrigento, Italy. She lives and works in Berlin. Her work engages questions of time, materialized by inscriptions in landscapes and language, cutting across historical periods and subject matter. Rendered in filigree neon tubes, this light installation comprising four handwritten titles of previous works by the artist, was originally created and presented for the first time in the 16th-century garden of Villa Medici in Rome. The titles, installed on the ground,...

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FIAC FLASHBACK | Noël Dolla

FIAC FLASHBACK | Noël Dolla

Noël Dolla was born in 1945 in Nice, where he lives and works. In October 1969, Noël Dolla climbed a mountain called l’Authion to paint coloured spots on rocks in pink vinyl paint at a height of more than 2,000 metres. Entitled Propos neutre n°2, this first intervention in nature inaugurated a series of actions in situ lasting from the turn of the sixties to the present day. His interventions follow on from the research and experiments on the use of medium typical of the Supports/Surfaces...

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FIAC FLASHBACK | Hans Schabus

FIAC FLASHBACK | Hans Schabus

Hans Schabus was born in 1970. He lives and works in Vienna. In the work Ikarus, Hans Schabus places his old Renault Kangoo, compressed and mangled into a roughly rectangular shape, in the exhibition space. Individual parts of the vehicle have either been destroyed in the compression process or are hidden beneath its other elements. The carcass is suspended on a large gantry, a device which recalls the artist’s studio. A small nest sits on the top of the gantry, creating an unexpected contrast...

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FIAC FLASHBACK | “Cercle de lecture”, Rablo Reinoso

FIAC FLASHBACK | “Cercle de lecture”, Rablo Reinoso

"Cercle de lecture" is a film by Rablo Reinoso directed by Rodrigo Reinoso and featuring Blanca Li, dancer and choreographer, in the artist's installation exhibited in the octagonal basin of the Jardin des Tuileries during FIAC Hors les Murs 2018. The shooting took place in 2018 during the dismantling of the installation and was edited during the lockdown in March 2020. Video: Rodrigo Reinoso Music: Ella Baila

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A DAY WITH TIM EITEL

A DAY WITH TIM EITEL

Spend a day with Tim Eitel and discover his favourite places in Paris: his studio in Saint-Ouen; L140 for which the artist created a mural; Basement, where he works on his future vynil, Jousse Entreprise Gallery that represents his work; and, finally, the Beaux Arts Paris where the artist teaches painting. Discover how Francis Bacon influenced Tim Eitel and why teaching art is important to him. Learn about his creative process and the role that music and furniture design play in his...

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FIAC FLASHBACK | Ryan Gander

FIAC FLASHBACK | Ryan Gander

Ryan Gander was born in 1976 in Chester, in the United Kingdom. He lives and works in London. The work presented is a tombstone created for an imaginary artist, placed outside and partially invaded by the surrounding vegetation. The inscription “Abbé Faria, 1940-1999” can be distinguished as well as an incomplete epitaph. OUR TIME IS LIMITED (PROPOSAL FOR THE GRAVE OF ABBÉ FARIA), 2016FIAC Hors les Murs 2017 Engraved stone3 x 130,5 x 80 cmgb agency, Paris Courtesy the artist and gb agency,...

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FIAC FLASHBACK | Erik Dietman

FIAC FLASHBACK | Erik Dietman

Erik Dietman was born in 1937 in Jönköping in Sweden. He died in 2002 in Paris. Hailing from Europe’s Far North, the Swedish artist is fond of weird-looking creatures, such as the reindeer living deep in the forest, half-animal, half-vegetable, with horns that can also be interpreted as a ribald wisecrack about cuckoldry. The primitive, animal nature of the sculpture is not only a piece of self-criticism but also a critique of modern sculpture, which Erik Dietman is always ready to challenge....

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FIAC FLASHBACK | Marcel Duchamp

FIAC FLASHBACK | Marcel Duchamp

Marcel Duchamp was born in 1887 in Blainville-Crevon. He died in 1968 in Neuilly-sur-Seine. “In 1935, Marcel Duchamp commenced an inventory of his earlier creations in the form of miniature reproductions. Consisting of a cardboard box in a leather valise, the first copies of the Box in a Valise were completed in 1941. This portable museum would be produced in six other editions (without the valise) from 1941 to 1968. This version is one of the 30 unnumbered copies signed by Duchamp that...

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FIAC FLASHBACK | Alina Szapocznikow

FIAC FLASHBACK | Alina Szapocznikow

Alina Szapocznikow was born in 1926 in Kalisz in Poland. She died in 1973 in Praz-Courant, in France. Autoportret – Zielnik is part of her last corpus of sculptures. In 1971, following the incorporation of her “death mask” in Tumeurs personnifiées, Szapocznikow made a radical move back to a figuration, reworked through the merging of the body with the form and material of her sculptures. Imprinting the body in the material before it set, she created excruciating and fragile images of herself...

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FIAC TIPS: Kenneth Goldsmith, “Duchamp Is My Lawyer”

FIAC TIPS: Kenneth Goldsmith, “Duchamp Is My Lawyer”

Introduction: The Back Door There’s a back door to the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York City that few know about. Invisible to the bustling crowds at the main entrance on Fifty-Third Street, it’s desolate except for the occasional noisy school group or quiet academic researcher entering and exiting. There’re no admission fees or snaking queues, only a lonely intern sitting at a desk. If you sign in and take the elevator to the top floor, you’ll find the MoMA Library. It was there in the...

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