Josef Sudek — Le monde à ma fenêtre Ends in about 1 month: June 7 → September 25 On display are works that are the result of Sudek’s photographic experiments carried out within the privacy of his own studio, images of the garden seen from his window, and photographs of adventures further afield.
Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige — Se souvenir de la lumière Ends in about 1 month: June 7 → September 25 The Lebanese film-makers and artists Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige (1969, Beirut) interweave thematic, conceptual and formal links through photographs, video installations, fictional films and documentaries. Self-taught, they became film-makers and artists through necessity in the wake of the Lebanese civil wars.
Guan Xiao — Prévisions météo Satellite 9 Ends in about 1 month: June 7 → September 25 Guan Xiao works on the opposite side of the internet, placing herself on the side of the consumer. She hunts out and collects images on the Internet, using it as an image bank, and deals in her work with perception, the visual and auditory experience we get when we are browsing the Internet.
Upcoming Soulèvements Upcoming In about 2 months: October 18, 2016 → January 15, 2017 Uprisings is a trans-disciplinary exhibition on the theme of human gestures that raise up the world or rise up against it: collective or individual gestures, actions or passions, works or thoughts.
Archives Edgardo Aragón — Mésoamérique : l’effet ouragan Past: February 9 → May 22 Mexican artist Edgardo Aragón addresses Mexican and global economic and political systems, and zooms in on their effects on Mexican communities. In Mesoamerica: The Hurricane Effect, he provides a critical cartography that shows the power lines that define Mexico.
Archives Helena Almeida — Corpus Past: February 9 → May 22 Although little-known in France, Helena Almeida is considered to be one of the greatest contemporary Portuguese artists. Her long career has allowed her to gain a reputation from the 1970s onward as one of the leading figures of performance and conceptual art, notably for her participation in large international events such as the Venice Biennales of 1982 and 2005.
Archives François Kollar — A Working Eye Past: February 9 → May 22 François Kollar was first employed on the railways in Hungary and then worked as a lathe operator at Renault’s factory, before becoming a professional photographer. His in-depth knowledge of the world of work, in sectors as diverse as advertising, fashion, industry allowed him to portray tools, materials and gestures with exceptional professional expertise.
Archives Philippe Halsman — Étonnez-moi ! Past: October 20, 2015 → January 24, 2016 In 1921, Philippe Halsman found his father’s old camera and described developing his first glass plates in the family’s bathroom sink as a “miracle”. At the age of 15, this was his first contact with photography: he would go on to become one of the greatest photographers of the 20th century.
Archives Omer Fast — Le présent continue Past: October 20, 2015 → January 24, 2016 While Fast’s stories are often rooted in documentary, their construction is non-naturalistic and resists the temptation of any conclusion or revelation of some ultimate “truth”. Omer Fast investigates the way events are transformed into memories and stories, together with their modes of dissemination and media coverage.
Archives Nguyen Trinh Thi — Lettres de Panduranga Past: October 20, 2015 → January 24, 2016 Selected for her layered, personal and poetic approach to contentious histories and current events through experimentations with the moving image, Nguyen is the last of four artists exhibiting in the satellite 8 program “Enter the Stream at the Turn.”
Nguyen Trinh Thi — Lettres de Panduranga Past: Tuesday, October 20, 2015 6 PM → 8:30 PM Présentation de l’exposition « Lettres de Panduranga » par Nguyen Trinh Thi et la commissaire Erin Gleeson, suivie d’une carte blanche à l’artiste. Soirée en entrée libre. Event
Archives Valérie Jouve — Corps en résistance Past: June 2 → September 27, 2015 Valérie Jouve’s photographic and film work is rooted in the alchemy between bodies and space, humanity and the urban landscape. Titled “bodies, Resisting”, this exhibition offers a substantial selection of works from the late 1980s up to the present day.
Archives Germaine Krull (1897-1985) — A Photographer’s Journey Past: June 2 → September 27, 2015 Germaine Krull is at once one of the best-known figures in the history of photography, by virtue of her role in the avant-garde’s from 1920 to 1940, and a pioneer of modern photojournalism. The exhibition at Jeu de Paume focuses on the Parisian period, and more precisely on the years of intensive activity between 1928 and 1933.
Archives Khvay Samnang — L’Homme-caoutchouc — Satellite 8 Past: June 2 → September 27, 2015 For Khvay’s Satellite 8 commission “Rubber Man”, the artist responds to the specific colonial legacy of land use. His three-channel video installation frames Cambodia’s northeastern highland province, in which the artist pours fresh liquid rubber over his body, then sets about walking in and out of the rational cash crop lines, as if a lost specter.
Archives Hospitalités n°5 Past: May 30 → July 5, 2015 For every two years since 2007, Hospitalités has invited the public from the Paris region, whether amateur or connoisseur, to experience original journeys in all those venues taking part; in 2015, visitors will have the luck of exploring the region, each Saturday and each Sunday, from the 30th of May to the 5th of July.
Archives Hospitalités — Week-end du 6 & 7 juin Past: June 6 → 7, 2015 On Saturday, from one area to another, from Crédac to the Laboratoires d’Aubervilliers, passing by the Jeu de Paume in the Paris centre, the Pink Line trip will unfold according to the whims of Line 7. On Sunday, it’s the very concept of hospitality which will pervade the length of this trip. The art space Camille Lambert will host Eva Nielsen and Jean-François Leroy.
Archives Taryn Simon — Vues arrière, nébuleuse stellaire et le bureau de la propagande extérieure Past: February 24 → May 17, 2015 Taryn Simon has constructed an ambitious body of work that is the result of an invisible and rigorous process of research and investigation. Simon interrogates the power and structure of secrecy and the precarious nature of survival. The exhibition at the Jeu de Paume presents a collection of Simon’s works produced since 2000.
Archives Florence Henri — Miroir des avant-gardes, 1927-1940 Past: February 24 → May 17, 2015 Florence Henri (New York— Compiègne (France)) was a multi-faceted artist, who was first known for her paintings before making a name for herself as a major figure in avant-garde photography between the end of the 1920s and the beginning of the 1940s. This medium enabled her to experiment new relationships with space, in particular by the use of mirrors.
Archives Vandy Rattana, Monologue — Satellite 8 Past: February 24 → May 17, 2015 The works of Vandy Rattana serve to contradict the images of Cambodia that have been most widely captured and circulated. From the early ethnographic gaze during the French Protectorate to recent decades of war reportage, a disproportionate engagement with Angkor Wat and the Khmer Rouge perpetuates a static imaginary of a place and people incapable of continuity.
Archives Garry Winogrand — 1928-1984 Past: October 14, 2014 → February 8, 2015 The Jeu de Paume presents the first retrospective of the great American photographer, Garry Winogrand, who chronicled America in the post-war years. Winogrand, who photographed “to see what the world looks like in photographs,” is famous for his photographs of New York and American life from the 1950s through the early 1980s.
Archives Inventer le possible — Une vidéothèque éphémère 2 Past: October 14, 2014 → February 8, 2015 By offering visitors the chance to create their own programme and to return whenever they like to the rooms dedicated to the project, this second part of the “Ephemeral Video Library” is intended above all to be a provisional archive of videos made over the past ten years in very varied contexts and regions.
Archives Eszter Salamon 1949 — Satellite 7 : une proposition de Nataša Petrešin-Bachelez Past: October 14 → November 9, 2014 By developing doubles of herself, Eszter Salamon both rethinks the medium and the material, the unique body and the speech that serves to circumscribe it. For four weeks and for six hours every day, the Jeu de Paume will resound to the voice and echoes of this diffracted, amplified life, identity within identity.
Archives Kati Horna Past: June 3 → September 21, 2014 This large retrospective at the Jeu de Paume offers a complete panorama of Kati Horna’s work, who started out as a photographer in Hungary, at the age of 21 in the context of the European avant-garde movements of the 1930s.
Archives Oscar Muñoz — Protographies Past: June 3 → September 21, 2014 The exhibition, “Protographies”, presents the essential from Oscar Muñoz’s series, grouped around the artist’s major themes, which poetically and metaphorically relate his life story with the different states of materiality of the image.
Archives Kapwani Kiwanga — Maji-Maji Past: June 3 → September 21, 2014 In this exhibition, Kapwani Kiwanga focuses on the material traces and the voids remaining in the living memory of the Maji-Maji war, as well as the supernatural imagination which frames and contextualises it. The artist explains that it is often the presence of something which makes voids tangible.
Archives Robert Adams — L’endroit où nous vivons Past: February 11 → May 18, 2014 With more than two hundred and fifty pictures chosen from twenty–one distinct series, this retrospective presents for the very first time the diverse aspects of his epic body of work.
Archives Mathieu Pernot — La traversée Past: February 11 → May 18, 2014 The exhibition at the Jeu de Paume presents a selection of Mathieu Pernot’s series from the last twenty years. It inaugurates a new kind of installation, which aims to encourage dialogue between the many images and objects and takes the visitor on a journey through his body of work ending up with his latest work Fire.
Archives Nika Autor. Film d’actualités — l’actu est à nous — Satellite 7 Past: February 11 → May 18, 2014 The exhibition presents the latest newsreel, , a collective work by Nika Autor, Marko Bratina, Ciril Oberstar and Jurij Meden, as well as material compiled from the visual research material collected by Obzorniška Fronta, an art and research platform that was set up earlier this year and whose main focus is the serial production of newsreels.
Archives Erreur d’impression. Publier à l’ère du numérique — Exposition en ligne Past: October 23, 2012 → April 7, 2014 Cette exposition en ligne propose de mettre en lumière, d’une manière critique, conceptuelle et expérimentale, l’un des phénomènes contemporains les plus importants : la métamorphose radicale des médias imprimés et ses conséquences sur la transmission de l’information et la préservation des contenus.
Archives Erwin Blumenfeld (1897-1969) — Photographies, dessins et photomontages Past: October 15, 2013 → January 26, 2014 Erwin Blumenfeld’s life and work impressively document the socio-political context of artistic development between the two World Wars, while highlighting the individual consequences of emigration. The exhibition encompasses the various media explored by the artist throughout his career: drawings, photographs, montages and collages.
Archives Natacha Nisic — Echo Past: October 15, 2013 → January 26, 2014 The work of Natacha Nisic continually explores the invisible, even magical relationship between images, words, interpretation, symbol and ritual. Her work interweaves links between stories, accounts of the past and the present, to reveal the complexities of the relationship between what is shown and what is hidden, the spoken and the unspoken.
Archives Bruno Réquillart — Hors les murs au Château de Tours Past: June 22 → October 20, 2013 After Jacques Henri Lartigue, at the Château de Tours, the Jeu de Paume explore a radically different photographic style in the solo show devoted to Bruno Réquillart. The exhibition, conceived in close collaboration with Bruno Réquillart, proposes a retrospective survey of his past work and unveils for the first time his work in progress.
Archives Ahlam Shibli. Foyer Fantôme Past: May 28 → September 1, 2013 The work of Ahlam Shibli follows on from projects at the Jeu de Paume which have proposed new narrative forms in the field of documentary photography. For her new exhibition in Paris, Ahlam Shibli presents a selection of works anchored in current events, not with the immediacy of a witness account but with the necessity of re-establishing a critical distance.
Archives Lorna Simpson Past: May 28 → September 1, 2013 Lorna Simpson became known in the 1980s and 90s for her photographs and films that shook up the conventions of gender, identity, culture and memory. Throughout her work, the artist tackles the complicated representation of the black body, using different media, while her texts add a significance that always remains open to the spectator’s imagination.
Archives Hospitalités — Jeu de Paume Past: Sunday, June 9, 2013 at 3:30 PM On the occasion of Hospitalités, the Jeu de Paume asked Kenneth-Goldsmith for a reading-performance of his work “ Je ne me tourne vers la théorie qu’après avoir réalisé que quelqu’un a consacré toute sa vie à une question qui m’avait à peine traversé l’esprit jusqu’alors ”. At the end of the reading there will be a discussion between Goldsmith and Mathieu Copeland.
Archives Laure Albin Guillot (1879–1962) — L’enjeu classique Past: February 26 → May 12, 2013 Laure Albin Guillot, a “resounding name set to become famous”, one could read just after World War II. Indeed, the French photographic scene in the middle of the century was particularly marked by the signature and aura of this artist, who during her lifetime was certainly the most exhibited and recognized.
Archives Adrian Paci — Vies en transit Past: February 26 → May 12, 2013 The work of Adrian Paci (born in 1969 in Albania) underlines one of the paradoxes of human intelligence, which consists of becoming aware of reality through irreality. Often inspired by subjects close to him, stories arising from his everyday life, Adrian Paci lets them slide poetically towards a fiction, which in its turn creates one or more wider realities.
Archives Une exposition parlée Past: February 26 → May 12, 2013 The first exhibition conceived by Mathieu Copeland as part of the Jeu de Paume’s Satellite program envisages the exhibition of the word and the oral diffusion of an entire work. Combining writing and mental image, reading and listening, it questions the uniqueness of reading and speech, the place of the word in exhibitions.
Archives Satellite 5 — Programmation de Filipa Oliveira Past: February 21, 2012 → January 20, 2013 “Art is always contemporary, it is always about the present. The way that artists have looked at the present has changed drastically over time. The present is very different throughout times but even within the same generation. It is always a unique fragmented perspective, an entirely different country (…)."
Archives Filipa César Past: October 16, 2012 → January 20, 2013 “Luta ca caba inda“ is as stage from a research project initiated in 2008, but Filipa César’s interest in Guinea-Bissau goes back to an early age and is closely associated with her father’s past. In her first trips to Guinea, César began to unravel the origin of cinema in this West-African country and specially the existence of a cinematic archive.
Archives Manuel Álvarez Bravo — Un photographe aux aguets (1902-2002) Past: October 16, 2012 → January 20, 2013 The photographic work done by Manuel Álvarez Bravo over his eight decades of activity represent an essential contribution to Mexican culture in the 20th century. His strange and fascinating images have often been seen as the product of an exotic imagination or an eccentric version of the Surrealist avant-garde. This exhibition will go beyond such readings.
Archives Laurent Grasso Past: May 22 → September 23, 2012 Laurent Grasso has conceived his exhibition around the recurring concerns of his work, in which the relation to time and temporality becomes uncertain, as is the origin of the objects he creates. His exhibition devices always change the architecture of the host space and his pieces challenge the viewer’s perceptions.
Archives Eva Besnyö Past: May 22 → September 23, 2012 In 1930, when Eva Besnyö arrived in Berlin at the age of only twenty, a certificate of successful apprenticeship from a recognised Budapest photographic studio in her bag, she had made two momentous decisions already: to turn photography into her profession and to put fascist Hungary behind her for ever.
Archives Ai Weiwei Past: February 21 → April 29, 2012 “Ai Weiwei — Interlacing” is the first major exhibition of photographs and videos by Ai Weiwei. It foregrounds Ai Weiwei the communicator — the documenting, analyzing, interweaving artist who communicates via many channels. Ai Weiwei used especially photography since his return to Beijing, he has incessantly documented the everyday urban and social realities in China.
Archives Berenice Abbott (1898-1991) — Photographies Past: February 21 → April 29, 2012 With Berenice Abbott, urban experience is at the heart of the exhibition: in an America shaken by the Wall Street Crash, her images of 1930s New York convey her fascination with an urban landscape in the throes of dramatic change. Also known for championing the work of Eugène Atget, Abbott, who originally wanted to be sculptor, proved to be a great photographer of matter, space and light.
Archives Satellite 5 — Jimmy Robert, Langue matérielle Past: February 21 → April 29, 2012 Movement, appropriation, and poetic acts are at the center of his practice, which is developed through all sorts of media: performance, actions, films, photographs and publications. Robert explores a dialogue between his body and its representation, which explores the limits of the image as well as language and the gap amidst the two.
Archives Blow-up — Side effects Past: September 21, 2011 → March 15, 2012 Inspiré des stratégies d’infiltration artistiques dans les médias et les réseaux, « Blow-up » explore les espaces temporaires de visibilité qui s’ouvrent dans la sphère de l’infotainment. Les artistes invités réaliseront des interventions mettant en jeu des phénomènes d’infiltration, de réappropriation ou de parasitage, dans de multiples médias.
Archives Diane Arbus Past: October 18, 2011 → February 5, 2012 Diane Arbus revolutionized the art she practiced. Her bold subject matter and photographic approach produced a body of work that is often shocking in its purity, in its steadfast celebration of things as they are. Her gift for rendering strange those things we consider most familiar, and for uncovering the familiar.
Archives Audrey Cottin — Charlie & Sabrina, qui l’eût cru ? Past: October 18, 2011 → February 5, 2012 For Satellite series Audrey started several collaborations with her peers engaged in notions of authorship, form and performance. As a first gesture to assess what this potential collaboration may entail Audrey carried a series of lifting exercises: she shifted the position of object in space suspending it in air.
Archives Hantologie des colonies Past: October 8 → November 18, 2011 With a selection of both historically rare films and recent works made by contemporary artists, the series questions the irresolute nature of colonial history. By putting back into circulation long forgotten, lost or forbidden images or choosing to relate certain colonial motifs or events, these works demand an emancipation from and a critique of colonial studies heritage.
Archives Claude Cahun Past: May 24 → September 25, 2011 This exhibition at Jeu de Paume, the first one on such scale to be held in France for sixteen years, brings together a broad ensemble of major works, some of which are little known or have seldom been exhibited. It highlights both the diversity and the unity of the photographic work of Claude Cahun (1894-1954).
Archives Santu Mofokeng, chasseur d’ombres — 30 ans d’essais photographiques Past: May 24 → September 25, 2011 Well-known from his projects Black Photo Album/Look at me: 1890-1900s, Township Billboards: Beauty, sex and cell phones, Trauma Landscapes and Chasing Shadows, the South African artist took the opportunity of the invitation for this show and the production of his first comprehensive monograph, to delve deep into his artistic archive.
Archives France Fiction — Billes-Club Concordance Accident Past: May 24 → September 25, 2011 France Fiction pratique les réunions mystiques et la dissémination encyclopédique. Les utopies et la science-fiction sont parmi ses préoccupations centrales, de même que les traces des figures oubliées du passé, les futurs non-écrits et les points aveugles du savoir.
Archives Aernout Mik — Communitas Past: March 1 → May 8, 2011 Dans ses installations, Aernout Mik fait évoluer le spectateur entre une architecture captivante et des images hypnotiques, presque tactiles. Écran après écran, vidéo après vidéo, ses installations tracent des parcours dans lesquels le spectateur découvre des personnages qui paraissent se fondre à travers des actions répétitives.
Archives Société Réaliste — Empire, State, Building Past: March 1 → May 8, 2011 Le titre de l’exposition, « Empire, State, Building » évoque d’abord le nom d’un « bâtiment-temple-monument-œuvre », celui d’un célèbre gratte-ciel new-yorkais qui n’a cessé d’être depuis son achèvement en 1931, mythique et emblématique des États-Unis, mais aussi une source d’inspiration pour l’art du XXe siècle.
Archives Alex Cecchetti & Mark Geffriaud — The Police Return to the Magic Shop Past: March 1 → May 8, 2011 Imaginez un livre qui est grand ouvert, mais n’a pourtant ni couverture ni pages. Ses personnages changent d’apparence d’un chapitre à l’autre, se transformant en plantes d’espèces disparues, en machines nouvelles, ou en galaxies impossibles. Ils rencontrent des obstacles ou encore deviennent eux-mêmes l’un de ces obstacles.
Archives André Kertész Past: September 28, 2010 → February 6, 2011 There has never been a proper retrospective of the work of André Kertész in Europe. And yet he is one of the most important photographers of the 20th century. For the first time, this show will bring together a sizeable ensemble of prints and original documents covering the different periods of Kertész’s life and artistic career.
Archives Faux Amis — Une vidéothèque éphémère Past: September 28, 2010 → February 6, 2011 Une large sélection de vidéos mono bande qui explorent différents thèmes en rapport avec l’Histoire. Ces micro récits, articulés autour d’événements ou d’expériences personnelles, ébranlent les coïncidences ou les divergences qu’il peut y avoir avec le grand récit de l’Histoire. Il s’agit de révéler ici les pièges de l’histoire à travers les pratiques de la représentation.
Archives Feux de camp Past: June 29 → September 5, 2010 Afin de s’interroger sur les procédures actuelles de production, de diffusion, et de circulation des images, Bruno Serralongue est le commanditaire de ses propres reportages. Pour réaliser ses photographies, sa méthode consiste à glaner les informations publiées ou diffusées dans les médias : journaux, Internet, télévision…
Archives William Kentridge — Cinq thèmes Past: June 29 → September 5, 2010 L’artiste sud-africain William Kentridge connaît, dans les années 1990, une notoriété internationale grâce à une série de petits films d’animation dépeignant la vie quotidienne à l’époque de l’apartheid. Il élargit ensuite sa thématique, sortant de son environnement immédiat pour s’intéresser à d’autres conflits politiques.
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