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Djamel Tatah
New Works

The Poggi Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of Djamel Tatah

 

Practical information

From January 13 to February 25

Opening to the public on Thursday, January 12, 2023
From 2pm to 8pm
Tuesday to Saturday, from 11am to 7pm

 

 

Poggi Gallery
2 Rue Beaubourg
75004 Paris

 


Julien Sirjacq / The Bell's Angels
Foudre Sentimentale

A few letters separate the crowd (Foule) from lightning (Foudre). When it is not seen as a punishment, a sudden passion, lightning simply comes from where the clouds stroll. It lights up to the electric rhythm of thunder. Seen from the sky, the crowd is an anonymous mass, threatening and vertiginous. Seen from the ground, it is made up of a multitude of individuals and as many feelings that are discharged.


Practical information

From 15 December 2022 to 8 January 2023

 

Palais de Tokyo

 

 


Dove Allouche
AgBr

Winner of the 2020 Maratier Prize awarded by the Pro mahJ foundation, the visual artist Dove Allouche was invited to take a creative look at the mahJ's collections to produce a new work. His gaze fell on the museum's collections and stopped on a photograph by Felix Bonfils (1831-1885), one of the first pictures of the Dead Sea.

 

Using samples taken from the image and enlarged with a microscope, the artist highlights the link between the Dead Sea and the medium of its representation: salt. The title of the work, AgBr, refers in chemistry to silver bromide, a metallic salt whose blackening under light is the origin of photography. In nine images, AgBr proposes a poetic connection between Yām HaMélah (the salty sea), and the chemistry of the photographic image by revealing the salt that composes it at a scale imperceptible to the eye.

 

Practical information :

until April 23, 2023

 

mahJ
Hôtel de Saint-Aignan
71 rue du Temple
75003 Paris

 


Nina Childress
Hedy Lamaar _ The Strange Woman

A group exhibition curated by Marc Bembekoff and Nina Childress 

with Christophe Berhault, Florian Bézu, Jean-Luc Blanc, Nina Childress, franckDavid, Brice Dellsperger, Cyril Duret, Sylvie Fanchon, Marina Faust, Hedy Lamarr, Natacha Lesueur, Katrin Plavčak, Camille Vivier

 

Practical information

From 17 Sept. 2022 to 21 Jan. 2023

 

Centre d'art contemporain la galerie Noisy-le-Sec

 

Nina Childress
Cils, poils, cheveux

The exhibition at the Musée des beaux-arts de La Chaux-de-Fonds offers an overview of Nina Childress' work from the point of view of the evocation of the body through one of its parts, a part that is particularly linked to the representation of the self:

 

Practical information 

Open Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm
until 23 April

 

Musée des beaux-arts
33, rue des Musées
La Chaux-de-Fonds
SUISSE


Clara Schulmann
Podcast "En déplacement"

Clara Schulmann hosts a radio show/podcast live from the Jocelyn Wolff gallery
A monthly event that brings together artists, authors, editors... different figures from the art world.

 

Access to the podcasts

 

 


Djamel Tatah
The Theatre of Silence

This exhibition, composed of some thirty works, often in monumental format, seeks to highlight, within five thematic sections, the singularity of his work, which gives a central role to the inherent question of theatricality. Historical paintings are displayed alongside recent paintings, created especially for the occasion.

 

Practical information

From 10 December 2022 to 16 April 2023

 

Fabre Museum
39, boulevard Bonne Nouvelle
34000 Montpellier