Archives Belgique Past: November 5 → December 31, 2015 Galerie Templon is presenting a collective exhibition featuring nine artists, all leading figures on the Belgian contemporary art scene. Over twenty works loaned taken from museums, private collections and the artists’ studios provide a subjective and beguiling overview of Belgian contemporary art from the 1990s through to the 2010s.
Archives Théâtre du monde Past: October 19, 2013 → January 19, 2014 Entitled Theatre du monde in reference to the work carried out for François 1st by Giulio Camillo on theatre and memory, the exhibition offers new interpretations in the face of prevailing historical discourse, using the eye as an active instrument of investigation and to help understand reality.
Archives Wim Delvoye — Au Louvre Past: May 31 → September 17, 2012 The Louvre invites Wim Delvoye to intervene at various locations within the museum and nearby: under the Pyramid, in the Napoleon III apartments, in the Gothic galleries of the Department of Decorative Arts, and in the Tuileries gardens. Wim Delvoye is the second artist, after Tony Cragg in 2011, to create a new, monumental sculpture.
Archives Wim Delvoye Rorschach Past: May 12 → June 16, 2012 Galerie Perrotin presents Wim Delvoye’s third solo show entitled Rorschach. The artist has developed an art that offers a reinterpretation of artworks of the past while laying down a lucid and amused glance at contemporary society. Between homage and irreverence, he appropriates and deforms the motifs that inspire him.
Archives Tous Cannibales Past: February 12 → May 15, 2011 Despite being largely ignored by art critics and theorists, anthropophagy is an underlying theme of current creation. Leaving aside images of gore, Jeanette Zwingenberger has chosen artists, almost half of whom are women, who address the cruelty of anthropophagy from a critical standpoint and with a certain delicacy.
Archives Wim Delvoye Past: April 16 → August 22, 2010 As a pendant to the Corps et décors, Rodin et les arts décoratifs exhibition, and as part of its ongoing contemporary art program, the musée Rodin invites Wim Delvoye to show some of his major works inside the hôtel Biron and in the main courtyard of the museum.