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Gustav Metzger, Supportive, 1966 - 2011  Vue de l'exposition au mac Lyon, 2013  © photo : Blaise Adilon
Vue de l'exposition de Huang Yong Ping, Amoy/Xiamen,  Courtesy de l'artiste et kamel mennour, Paris © photo Blaise Adilon © Adagp, Paris 2013
Latifa Echakhch, Tambour 93', 2012.  Encre indienne noire sur toile, 173 cm de diamètre.  Vue de l'exposition "Tkaf", kamel mennour, Paris, 2012  ?...

A threefold contemporary exhibition

Until April 14, 2013 at theMuseum of Contemporary Art (the MAC).

Three exhibitions to help you discover the latest contemporary art scene and to admire works by established artists.

One museum: three exhibitions.
Enjoy wandering from the works of one artist to another in a varied range of settings.

On the first floor, Latifa Echakhch  sets the ball rolling. This young artist presents her work with the common themes of the suspension of time and personal traces, via the inanimate objects which she refers to as her "Personal landscapes".

On the second floor, a special place is set aside for Huang Yong Ping, an artist originally from China who explores the relationship between cultures. Don't miss his reinterpretation of the Chinese religious statuettes which he discovered in the collections of the future Musée des Confluences. 

He packages, exhibits, and questions them at the interface between history and ethnography.

The last floor provides an opportunity to rediscover the artist Gustav Metzger. 

Strongly influenced by the horrors of the Second World War, his work focuses on the notion of destruction/creation via works which destroy themselves.
He designed the “Supportive” exhibit especially for the museum. Comprised of seven 4x4m screens, it projects constantly changing liquid-crystal images.
A surprising and hypnotic experience!

Anastonishing and thought-provoking triple exhibition!





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