Events

Leonor Antunes

Penser le Présent avec Leonor Antunes

Thursday 14 October 2021

Dialogue

Amphithéâtre d'Honneur

As part of her exhibition the homemaker and her domain presented at the Chapelle des Petits-Augustins, the artist Leonor Antunes looks back on her practice and the origins of the project.    To know more about the exhibition   Free admission, subject to availability - Live broadcast on Facebook - Available D+7 on Youtube and in podcast on the App   Penser le Présent is realized with the supp...

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Table ronde

Commissions and in situ works

Monday 11 October 2021

Dialogue

Amphithéâtre d'Honneur

On the occasion of its 10th anniversary and as part of the Beaux-Arts de Paris conference program, the Rubis Mécénat endowment fund invites artists Dhewadi Hadjab and Stéphane Thidet, as well as curator Gaël Charbau, to participate in a discussion moderated by Alain Berland about commissioning works for specific locations.  As part of the Carte blanche à Dhewadi Hadjab, presented from October 7 t...

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Christine Macel

Penser le Présent avec Christine Macel

Thursday 7 October 2021

Dialogue

Amphithéâtre des Loges

Christine Macel is an art historian and exhibition curator, general curator of heritage, and head of the Contemporary Creation and Prospective Department at the Musée national d'Art moderne du Centre Pompidou. Among many exhibitions, she was curator of the 57th Venice Biennale and, most recently, curator of the exhibition "Elles font l'abstraction" at the Centre Pompidou. She will discuss curatin...

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Journées européennes du Patrimoine

Journées européennes du Patrimoine

From Saturday 18 September 2021 to Sunday 19 September 2021

Événement

Beaux-Arts de Paris

The Beaux-Arts de Paris open their doors to you! During the European Heritage Days, come and discover our listed buildings and the treasures they contain. Whether you take a guided or self-guided tour, this is an opportunity to explore the richness of over 300 years of history and architectural innovations, where works by great masters and creations by up-and-coming artists are on display.   Fro...

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The Inner Show - Big Dumb Object

The Inner Show - Big Dumb Object

From Friday 16 July 2021 to Saturday 17 July 2021

Événement

Palais des Beaux-Arts

The Inner Show, a proposal by Big Dumb Object that will take place Friday and Saturday, July 16 and 17 from 1 to 7 pm. As part of the CRÛ exhibition at the Théâtre des Expostions Act 3   On November 18, 2020, a shimmering metal monolith several meters high is discovered in Utah, USA. On November 27, a triangular prism of the same type appears in the north of Romania, before disappearing four da...

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Nuit Européenne des Musées 2021

Nuit Européenne des Musées 2021

Saturday 3 July 2021

Événement

Beaux-Arts de Paris

On the occasion of the Nuit Européenne des Musées 2021, come and discover the exhibitions Sammy Baloji, K(C)ongo, Fragments of interlaced dialogues and Le Théâtre des expositions Acte 3 with free entrance.   The program is online! Discover the participating museums without delay and make your selection among the activities listed on the map. Already more than 700 activities listed, the map will ...

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Reading by Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann

Reading by Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann

Wednesday 30 June 2021

Événement

Palais des Beaux-Arts

An intervention of Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann within the framework of the Théâtre des Expositions and the exhibition CRÛ organized in the Beaux-Arts of Paris, on Wednesday June 30 at 6:30 pm. Hijacking the title of an essay by Molly Nesbit published in the collection Sexuality & Space, denouncing the absence of female figures in Atget's photographs, Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann proposes a reading...

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agnès b.

Penser le Présent with agnès b.

Thursday 17 June 2021

Dialogue

Beaux-Arts de Paris Live

A committed life.   A fashion designer, patron of the arts, collector and president of the Association des Amis des Beaux-Arts de Paris, Agnes Troublé, also known as agnès b., has supported artistic creation in all its forms, solidarity and the environment for many years. In 2009, she decided to create an endowment fund in order to structure the patronage, partnership and philanthropy actions t...

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Orbital Orchestra

Orbital Orchestra

Wednesday 16 June 2021

Événement

Palais des Beaux-Arts

As part of the "Supersonic: exhibiting, editing, inhabiting sound" chair, students from the Beaux-Arts de Paris were able to collaborate with young composers from Ircam to compose sound and visual works together and thus imagine a collective exhibition, Orbital Orchestra. This collaboration takes the form of a digital score activated by a central sound device, collectively imagined and programmed ...

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Sammy Baloji

Penser le Présent with Sammy Baloji

Wednesday 9 June 2021

Dialogue

Palais des Beaux-Arts Live

As part of his exhibition K(C)ongo, Fragments of Interlaced Dialogues presented at the Palais des Beaux-arts until July 2021, the artist Sammy Baloji discusses his practice and the origins of the project in an interview with Alain Berland.     Penser le Présent is realized with the support of Société Générale. Wednesday June 9, 2021 Palais des Beaux-Arts

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Radio Arbre

Radio Arbres, within the framework of Agir pour le Vivant 2021

Saturday 5 June 2021

Événement

Beaux-Arts de Paris

Radio arbres, as part of Agir pour le Vivant 2021. A France Culture program by Laetitia Dosch, actress, playwright and director. Live and in public. Saturday, June 5 from 7 to 9 pm in the garden of the Beaux-Arts in Paris. Become a tree! Do an experiment! Put yourself in the skin of a tree. Let's put ourselves in the shoes of trees for the duration of a radio show, which is free to air. Radio ...

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Myriam Gourfink

Penser le Présent with Myriam Gourfink

Thursday 3 June 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

"Inscrire le mouvement", interview with Emmanuelle Huynh, head of the Beaux-Arts de Paris workshop. A leading figure in French choreographic research, Myriam Gourfink has been invited to numerous international festivals. For the past 20 years, she has been pursuing her research to formalize her own language of composition. Her approach is based on the breathing techniques of yoga.   To compose,...

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ouverture

Final days of Act 2 with Ouverture

From Friday 28 May 2021 to Saturday 29 May 2021

Événement

Beaux-Arts de Paris

Opening As part of the Théâtre des Expositions Act 2 Since 2016, Lénio Kaklea has been developing Encyclopédie pratique, a multidisciplinary project that consists of the creation of a non-exhaustive corpus of daily, intimate, visible or invisible practices of the European territory. From this corpus, the choreographer proposed to the students of the Emmanuelle Huynh workshop to question the mul...

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Penser le Présent avec Marie Robert

Penser le Présent avec Marie Robert

Thursday 27 May 2021

Dialogue

En direct Live

Marie Robert is chief curator at the Musée d'Orsay, in charge of photography. Author of a dozen hangings of the collection marked by social sciences, she was also co-curator of the exhibitions Misia, Reine de Paris (2011), Splendeurs et Misères. Images of Prostitution (2015) and Who is Afraid of Women Photographers? (2015). With Luce Lebart, she co-edited in 2020 Une histoire mondiale des femmes p...

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Penser le Présent avec Quentin Dupieux

Penser le Présent avec Quentin Dupieux

Tuesday 18 May 2021

Dialogue

Beaux-Arts de Paris

Quentin Dupieux, born in 1974, is a musician, screenwriter and director. He has directed numerous video clips and a dozen feature films, including his latest, Mandibules, which received much attention at the Venice Film Festival in 2020. It tells the story of two friends who discover a giant fly in a stolen car. He talks to students at the Beaux-Arts de Paris about his work as a filmmaker and musi...

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Chaire Habiter le Paysage : l’Art à la rencontre du vivant

Chaire Habiter le Paysage : l’Art à la rencontre du vivant

From Monday 10 May 2021 to Wednesday 12 May 2021

Conference

En direct Live

Inhabiting the Landscape Chair: Art meets the living The production of works in shared territory by living humans and non-humans   For this first cycle of conferences of the chair "Inhabiting the Landscape Chair: Art meets the living", the art historian Estelle Zhong Mengual invites three French curators who approach creation in a natural environment as creation on a specific territory shared by ...

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créer pour le vivant

Create for the living

From Saturday 8 May 2021 to Sunday 9 May 2021

Événement

Paris

What will we remember about the crisis we are currently experiencing? What visual and artistic trace will we have of 2020-2021?  Creating for the living is an invitation to rethink the way in which all living things interact with each other and the way we inhabit the world today.  On the occasion of its launch in Paris in June 2021, the Beaux-Arts de Paris are offering CREATE FOR THE LIVING, an a...

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Philippe Lançon au Cercle de l’Union Interalliée, lauréat du Prix Femina pour "Le lambeau", novembre 2018 © AFP / MOLLONA / LEEMAGE

Penser le Présent avec Philippe Lançon

Friday 7 May 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

Phillipe Lançon is a journalist and writer. He has been a reporter and cultural critic for Libération, where he has worked since 1994, and a columnist for Charlie Hebdo since 2003. That's where he met Georges Wolinski. He has published several books, including Les îles (Lattès, 2011), L'Élan (Gallimard, 2013) and Le Lambeau (Gallimard, 2018), which won the Prix Femina. He also writes short stories...

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barreau

Penser le présent avec Le Barreau des Arts

Thursday 29 April 2021

Dialogue

En direct Live

Lucie Tréguier and Corentin Schimel, co-founders of the association "Le Barreau des Arts", talk with Alain Berland about the relationship between art and law.   Le Barreau des Arts is an association that aims to promote access to the law for authors and precarious performers. The association acts under the aegis of the Paris Bar Association, and offers beneficiary artists legal advice on copyrig...

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Iris Brey

Penser le Présent avec Iris Brey

Thursday 15 April 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

The male gaze   Specialist of gender in cinema and series, Iris Brey in her book Sex and the Series (Éditions de l'Olivier, 2018) analyzes the representation of female sexualities in American television series. She continues her reflection on this subject by making a documentary series for OCS by making five portraits of series heroines who have changed our view of female sexualities. Her book L...

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Jacques Villeglé avec Catherine Francblin

Jacques Villeglé avec Catherine Francblin

Thursday 8 April 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

From the guerrilla of signs   Jacques Villeglé began his studies at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Rennes, where he met Raymond Hains. From 1947 to 1949 he studied architecture in Nantes, then moved to Paris. In 1949 he became a collector of torn posters, calling himself a "poster artist" and proclaiming the "guerrilla war of signs.   In 1958, he wrote a report on the torn posters entitled "Des ...

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Georges Aperghis et Nicolas Donin

Georges Aperghis et Nicolas Donin

Tuesday 6 April 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

Author of a prolix work since the 1970s, pioneer of "musical theater" associating musicians, actors and the public with his Atelier Théâtre et Musique (ATEM), Georges Aperghis is one of the cardinal figures of contemporary musical creation, recognized by numerous distinctions such as the Golden Lion of the Venice Music Biennale or the BBVA Frontiers of Knowledge prize.   When we present Aperghis...

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Neil Beloufa avec Gaël Charbau et Ingrid Luquet-Gad

Neil Beloufa avec Gaël Charbau et Ingrid Luquet-Gad

Thursday 1 April 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

Neïl Beloufa (born in 1985 in Paris, France) is a French-Algerian artist/director who lives and works in Paris. Through his practice, he questions society and its issues through different mediums: films, sculptures and installations. He studied at the Beaux-Arts de Paris and the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris; at the California Institute of the Arts, Valencia (USA); at the...

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Rosi Braidotti

A meeting with Rosi Braidotti

Friday 26 March 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

As part of the Troubles, Dissent and Aesthetics Chair coordinated by Fabrice Bourlez and Ilana Eloit, and in collaboration with professors Patricia Ribault and Clara Schulmann, a live meeting with philosopher Rosi Braidotti. Rosi Braidotti is Distinguished University Professor at Utrecht University where she has been director of the Humanities Center since 2007. She founded the Women's Studies Pr...

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Jacques Rancière

Penser le présent avec Jacques Rancière

Wednesday 24 March 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

Dialogue with Christian Joschke and Alain Berland around the "Noms du Présent". Jacques Rancière is Professor Emeritus of the University of Paris VIII. It is by working on proletarian writers that he develops his reflection on the equality of citizens before power and knowledge, thus questioning, even in crisis, the dominant positions of the thinker and the intellectual who tells the truth of the...

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Catherine Malabou

Penser le présent avec Catherine Malabou

Thursday 18 March 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

Equality of (artificial) intelligences. Catherine Malabou is a specialist in contemporary French and German philosophy. She works on the importance of the concept of plasticity in neuroscience. Today, intelligence allows its own simulation by synaptic chips. The Human Brain and Blue Brain programs intend to map the human brain in its entirety until one day producing an artificial consciousness...

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Anne Lafont

Penser le présent avec Anne Lafont

Thursday 11 March 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

What is black art? Anne Lafont is an art historian and director of studies at the École des hautes études en sciences sociales. She has recently published two books: Une Africaine au Louvre ; La place du modèle and a monography entitled L'Art et la race. L'Africain (tout) contre l'œil des Lumières (Presses du réel, 2019) which won her the Maryse Condé literary prize in the research category and t...

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Franck Scurti

Penser le présent avec Franck Scurti

Thursday 4 March 2021

Dialogue

En direct Live

Arts and Social Signs   Franck Scurti uses all mediums indifferently: video, sculpture, installation. His work is constituted around a reflection on art, social signs and the reality of the time. His works are often created from found materials and forms, things devoid of values that he carefully redefines by elaborating each time their logic of appearance.  Over time, this sequence of works gr...

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Michel Blazy

Séminaire de Michel Blazy - La fabrique du vivant

Tuesday 2 March 2021

Conference

Live Live

Michel Blazy lives and works in Paris. Since his studies at the Villa Arson in the 1990s, the artist has been working on the exploitation of matter and the living. Favoring humble materials, generally from his daily life, products that can be found in the kitchen or living elements from the garden, Michel Blazy shows free and evolving proposals that claim the passage of time. Whether it be his fir...

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Julie Curtiss

Julie Curtiss

Thursday 25 February 2021

Dialogue

En direct Live

Painting in New York Daughter of a Vietnamese father and a French mother, Julie Curtiss (1982) studied at the Beaux-Arts de Paris and graduated in 2006. She now lives and works in Brooklyn.  Painting, sculpture and drawing: the lines and colors are sharp and immediately recognizable. Her work deploys a black humor in which female figures dominate. Silhouettes with forked nails, long hair, often ...

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Chantal Crousel and Niklas Svennung

Chantal Crousel and Niklas Svennung

Thursday 18 February 2021

Dialogue

En direct Live

"Penser le Présent" A gallery owner's life: Dialogue with Chantal Crousel and Niklas Svennung In 1980, Chantal Crousel founded her eponymous art gallery with the intention of reporting on the changes in international contemporary creation in France and around the world. Of Belgian origin, she chose to represent artists of different nationalities participating in the elaboration of a universal lan...

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Éric Fassin

Éric Fassin

Thursday 11 February 2021

Dialogue

En direct Live

Cancel Culture: dialogue with Éric Fassin Éric Fassin is Professor of Sociology in the Department of Gender Studies and the Department of Political Science, University Paris 8 Vincennes - Saint-Denis, Visiting Professor at the University of Geneva and researcher at the Laboratory of Gender and Sexuality Studies (LEGS, UMR 8238: CNRS - Paris 8 - Paris Nanterre). He works scientifically and engages...

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JPO 2021

Online Open Doors 2021

Saturday 6 February 2021

Événement

Visio Visio

Would you like to join the Beaux-Arts de Paris?   Meet online on Saturday, February 6, 2021 for an information day dedicated to admissions.   Register for the conference of your choice Participate in live videoconferences with the management and the pedagogical teams to find out everything about the training offered, from the preparatory class to the DNSAP (Higher National Diploma in Plastic A...

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Cécile Debray

Cécile Debray

Thursday 4 February 2021

Dialogue

En direct Live

Heritage and Contemporaneity: Dialogue with Cécile Debray Cécile Debray has been General Curator of Heritage, Director of the Musée national de l'Orangerie, since June 2017. She was in charge of modern collections at the Musée national d'Art moderne / Centre Pompidou from 2008 to 2017, scientific advisor to the General Administrator of the RMN, in charge of programming at the Galeries nationales ...

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Gisèle Sapiro

Gisèle Sapiro

Thursday 28 January 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

Gisèle Sapiro is director of studies at EHESS, director of research at CNRS (European Centre for Sociology and Political Science) and a member of Academia Europae. A specialist in the sociology of culture, literature and intellectuals, she is the author of La Guerre des écrivains, 1940-1953 (Fayard 1999), La Responsabilité de l'écrivain. Littérature, droit et morale en France, XIXe-XXIe siècle (Se...

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Aurélien Bellanger

Aurélien Bellanger

Thursday 21 January 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

Aurélien Bellanger, born in 1980, has published 4 novels, La théorie de l'information, L'aménagement du territoire, Le grand Paris and Le continent de la douceur, which are like a long drift through the terminal mythologies of Western modernity. He has also written Eurodance, for the theatre, and since 2017 he has had a daily column on France Culture. He talks with Alain Berland about the mytholo...

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Pascal Rousseau - Art et hypnotisme de Mesmer à nos jours

Pascal Rousseau - Art and hypnotism from Mesmer to nowadays

Thursday 14 January 2021

Conference

En direct Live

Pascal Rousseau joined the Beaux-Arts de Paris, at the beginning of the 2019 academic year, as a professor of theoretical education and art history. He is also, since 2011, professor of art history at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne. A specialist in historical avant-gardes and the links between the arts, (para)sciences and technical cultures, he has curated exhibitions such as "Aux ori...

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Marine Van Schoonbeek

Marine Van Schoonbeek

Thursday 7 January 2021

Dialogue

Live Live

Marine Van Schoonbeek is the president and co-founder of the association Thanks for Nothing. Founded in 2017, she mobilises artists and the world of culture, together with Blanche de Lestrange, Anaïs de Senneville and Anne-Sarah Bénichou, by organising artistic and solidarity projects with a concrete impact on society. In February 2020, Thanks for Nothing was awarded the City of Paris consultation...

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Bintou Dembélé et Christine Eyene

Interview with Bintou Dembélé and Christine Eyene

Wednesday 16 December 2020

Dialogue

Lifesize Visio

LIVE on this page As part of the Troubles, dissidences and aesthetics Chair coordinated by Fabrice Bourlez and Ilana Eloit, a cross talk between the choreographer Bintou Dembélé and the curator Christine Eyene.   Bintou Dembélé is a dancer, choreographer and artistic director. In 2019, she choreographed the Opera-ballet Les indes Galantes for the 350th anniversary of the Paris National Opera di...

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Cédric Durand

Cédric Durand

Tuesday 15 December 2020

Dialogue

Instagram Beaux-Arts de Paris Live

Cédric Durand is an economist at the University of Geneva and a member of the Paris-Nord Centre for Economics. His research focuses on globalisation, financialisation and changes in contemporary capitalism.   He dialogues with Alain Berland on his latest book, Technoféodalisme, Critique de l'économie numérique (Zones), which has just been published.   Technoféodalism, Critique de l'économie nu...

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Camille Morineau

Camille Morineau

Thursday 10 December 2020

Dialogue

Live Live

Heritage curator and art historian specializing in women artists, Camille Morineau is co-founder and director of AWARE: Archives of Women Artists, Research and Exhibitions. Founded in 2014 based on the observation that women are under-represented, if not totally absent, in art works, exhibitions and museum collections, AWARE's mission is to contribute to making them visible through the creation, i...

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Eva Bester

Eva Bester

Thursday 3 December 2020

Événement

Live Live

Eva Bester made her debut on France Culture by collaborating on a dozen of programmes. She became a journalist for the 28 minutes programme on Arte, in which she summoned writers and texts from past centuries that resonated with current events. At the same time, she wrote portraits of writers for the magazine Transfuge and joined Le grand bain on France Inter to talk about cinema classics. She the...

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Patrick Boucheron

Patrick Boucheron

Thursday 26 November 2020

Conference

Amphithéâtre des Loges Postponed

Patrick Boucheron has been a professor at the Collège de France on the "History of Powers in Western Europe, 13th-16th century" chair since 2015. While his work focuses primarily on the urban history of medieval Italy, he is also interested in the writing and epistemology of history, attempting to re-articulate literature and the social sciences. He is involved in several projects, both editorial ...

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Dork Zabunyan

Dork Zabunyan

Thursday 26 November 2020

Événement

Live Live

Dork Zabunyan is a professor of film studies at the University of Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis. Among his publications : Les Cinémas by Gilles Deleuze (Bayard, 2011), L'Insistance des luttes - Images, soulèvements, contre-révolutions (De l'incidence éditeur, 2016), or Foucault at the Movies (Columbia University Press, 2018) with Patrice Maniglier. He has also produced with Laurent Jeanpierre a bo...

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Jean-Christophe Bailly

Jean-Christophe Bailly « Retour aux animaux »

Tuesday 24 November 2020

Conference

Live Live

As part of the Diagonal Philosophy coordinated by Clélia Zernik within the Chair of the Present Chair of Beaux-Arts de Paris, Jean-Christophe Bailly will evoke the importance of the animal presence in our understanding of the world.   Jean-Christophe Bailly is a writer. At the frontier of literary genres, his essays have precisely turned towards thresholds, limits, shifts, and deal with the anim...

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Bertrand Lavier

Bertrand Lavier with Thibaut de Ruyter

Thursday 19 November 2020

Dialogue

Amphithéâtre des Loges Postponed

Since the late 1960s, Bertrand Lavier's work has continued to subvert the traditional categories that compartmentalize artistic creation, with the artist exploring the relationships between painting and sculpture, representation and abstraction, life and art. Passing with ease from one medium to another, he continually develops and experiments with strategies of translation, transposition and conv...

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Eric Reinhardt

Eric Reinhardt

Thursday 19 November 2020

Dialogue

Live Live

Instagram Live Éric Reinhardt is the author of eight novels, including L'Amour et les forêts (Students novel France Culture - Télérama 2015, Prix Renaudot des Lycéens 2014 and Prix Roman France Télévisions 2014, selected for the Goncourt and Médicis prizes), La Chambre des époux (2017) and finally Comédies françaises, published by Gallimard in August 2017 and on the Médicis and Interallié prize l...

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Bruno Latour

Bruno Latour - Critical zones

Wednesday 18 November 2020

Conference

Amphithéâtre des Loges Postponed

As part of the exhibition Critical Zones at the ZKM in Karlsruhe, Germany, which he curated, Bruno Latour talks about the critical zone, this unsuspected territory that we must get to know and inhabit, in order to finally terrestrialize ourselves.   Invited as part of the chair "Inhabiting the landscape: where art meets the living world", coordinated by Estelle Zhong Mengual.   Bruno Latour is...

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Stephane Pichard and Beatrice Duport

Cercle Chromatique - Béatrice Duport and Stéphane Pichard

Saturday 14 November 2020

Amphi de Morphologie Postponed

New "Cercle s'Ouvre" carried by Stéphane Pichard, a former student of Beaux-Arts de Paris, with the artist Béatrice Duport. They will perform the conversation in images that they have been maintaining since 2012.   Performance followed by a round table moderated by Magali Nachtergael,an art critic and curator of exhibitions, including « Cartes postales, nouvelles d’un monde rêvé » in Arles in 20...

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La Nuit des Musées aux Beaux-Arts de Paris

CANCELLED - La Nuit des musées 2020

Saturday 14 November 2020

Event

Cancelled

Event cancelled due to new health regulations   On the occasion of the Nuit des Musées, discover Le Théâtre des Expositions, a composite, disordered and experimental piece written by students of the "Exhibition Professions" program, with free admission.   Many museums will open their doors free of charge throughout France and Europe from dusk until midnight. Guided and illuminated tours, fun i...

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Sandra Delacourt

Sandra Delacourt

Thursday 12 November 2020

Dialogue

Live Live

L'artiste chercheur : un rêve américain au prisme de Donald Judd, the latest essay by Sandra Delacourt published by B42, retraces the emergence, since the middle of the 20th century, of a figure of the artist whose activity is shifting into the academic field, opening up a new imaginary for art. Sandra Delacourt is an independent art critic, professor of contemporary art history at ESAD TALM-Tour...

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Catherine Malabou

Catherine Malabou - Equality of (artificial) intelligences

Tuesday 10 November 2020

Conference

Amphithéâtre des Loges Postponed

Catherine Malabou is a specialist in contemporary French and German philosophy. She works on the importance of the concept of plasticity in neurosciences.   Today, intelligence allows its own simulation by synaptic chips. The Human Brain and Blue Brain programs intend to map the human brain in its entirety until one day producing an artificial consciousness capable of self-transforming itself by...

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Leïla Slimani

Leïla Slimani

Thursday 5 November 2020

Dialogue

Amphithéâtre des Loges Postponed

Leïla Slimani is a journalist, novelist and was awarded the Prix Goncourt 2016 for her second novel Chanson douce. In her stories and articles, she develops a remarkable talent for observing and analyzing modern life, with a particular interest in the secret life of women. Her latest novel Le pays des autres relates a family saga at the crossroads of Franco-Moroccan history and her own family's hi...

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Gaël Charbau

Gaël Charbau

Thursday 5 November 2020

Dialogue

Live

An artistic director and independent curator, Gaël Charbau founded Particules in 2003, a free independent art journal that he ran until 2010. In 2014, together with Laurent Dumas and Angélique Aubert, he created the "Bourse Révélations Emerige", dedicated to the promotion of young French artists. The artistic director of the 18th edition of Nuit Blanche in Paris in 2018, he was appointed artist...

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Baptiste Morizot

Baptiste Morizot – For a culture of the living

Wednesday 4 November 2020

Conference

Amphithéâtre des Loges

"For a culture of the living": How can we contribute to a cultural battle that would restore the importance of the living and give it another place in the fabric of our common world? Conference within the framework of the Chair "Inhabiting the landscape: where art meets the living world", coordinated by Estelle Zhong Mengual.   Baptiste Morizot is a writer and lecturer in philosophy at the Univ...

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Dust: The Plates of the present

Dust: The Plates of the present

Thursday 29 October 2020

Dialogue

Amphi des Loges Postponed

A round table discussion on the collective projects initiated by the artists of the photogram project and the exhibition Dust: the plates of the present at the Centre Pompidou, Paris (October 19, 2020 - March 1, 2021), co-founded by artist Thomas Fougeirol and artist/curator Jo-ey Tang. Dust: The Plates of the present is a collective photographic archive, created between 2013 and 2018 on the init...

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Piero Gilardi

Piero Gilardi and Valérie da Costa

Thursday 22 October 2020

Dialogue

Amphithéâtre des Loges

To be followed live: Artist, art critic and founder of the Ars Technica association in Paris, Piero Gilardi talks with Valérie da Costa, art historian, art critic and teacher. This dialogue between the artist Piero Gilardi and Valérie da Costa, a specialist in Italian art, is an opportunity to look back on the artistic, theoretical and political career of one of the leading figures in Italian art...

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Portrait Jeanne Burgart Goutal

Dialogue - Jeanne Burgart Goutal

Thursday 18 June 2020

Dialogue

A philosophy graduate and yoga teacher, Jeanne Burgart Goutal dialogs with Alain Berland about her latest book: Être écoféministe, théorie et pratique, a philosophical road-trip alternating investigations and analyses. Jeanne Burgart Goutal has been conducting research on ecofeminism for nearly ten years, mixing theoretical and real-life approaches. She is the author of several reference texts on...

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Portrait Emanuele Coccia

Dialogue - Emanuele Coccia

Thursday 11 June 2020

Dialogue

A philosopher and teacher at EHESS, Emanuele Coccia studies, among other things, the nature of living things. He dialogs with Alain Berland about his latest works: La vie des plantes, une métaphysique du mélange and Métamorphoses, an essay published last March.   Since 2011, Emanuele Coccia has been a lecturer at École des hautes en sciences sociales (EHESS) in Paris. He first trained in agronomy...

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Portrait Marianne Lanavère

Dialogue - Marianne Lanavère

Thursday 4 June 2020

Dialogue

The director of the Centre international d’art et du paysage (Vassivière island), Marianne Lanavère dialogs with Alain Berland about her exhibition program, which reflects the paradoxes of landscape and our links with the living, and questions the arrangement of natural spaces.  Marianne Lanavère is the director of the Centre international d’art et du paysage (Vassivière island). After studying ...

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Portrait Anna Colin

Dialogue - Anna Colin

Thursday 28 May 2020

Dialogue

Anna Colin is a curator, educator and researcher. She dialogs with Alain Berland on the theme « Alternative educational, social and artistic spaces in England from the end of the 19th century to the present day, continuities and discontinuities in the French and English artistic scenes ».    Find this Dialogue on our YouTube channel! Youtube video link

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Portrait Thomas Levy Lasne

Dialogue - Thomas Levy-Lasne

Thursday 14 May 2020

Dialogue

A Beaux-Arts de Paris graduate and former resident of the Villa Médicis, the painter Thomas Lévy-Lasne talks about his artistic practice but also about his work as a director and an art critic.  Born in 1980 in Paris, Thomas Lévy-Lasne lives and works in Saint-Ouen. He is represented by the Galerie Les Filles du Calvaire and is a former resident of the Villa Médicis (2018-2019).  A Beaux-Arts de...

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Portrait Isabelle Alfonsi

Dialogue - Isabelle Alfonsi

Thursday 7 May 2020

Dialogue

Isabelle Alfonsi is a graduate of Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris and University College of London. In 2009, she created Marcelle Alix, a contemporary art gallery located in Belleville, which she co-directs with Cécilia Becanovic. Since 2014, she has been developing conferences on the lines of contemporary queer art, some of which have been performed in drag. Her book on this topic, Pour une...

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Portrait Pierre Charbonnier

Dialogue - Pierre Charbonnier

Thursday 30 April 2020

Pierre Charbonnier is a philosopher, researcher at the CNRS and a member of the LIER-FYT, at the EHESS and a teacher at Sciences-Po. His work focuses on the history of social sciences and political ideas, and in particular on the way they convey a conception of collective relationships with nature. He is the author of two books: La fin d'un grand partage (CNRS, 2015) and Abondance et liberté (La D...

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Portrait Jean Luc Verna

Dialogue - Jean Luc Verna

Thursday 23 April 2020

Dialogue

A draftsman, sculptor, photographer, performer and musician, Jean-Luc Verna dialogs with Alain Berland about his artistic practice.  Jean-Luc Verna's work has the particularity to link, by various references, the history of art and the history of (underground) rock music. He takes up and displaces elements of high and popular culture and traces a parallel history of contemporary mythologies. Siou...

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Portrait Paolo Roversi

Dialogue - Paolo Roversi & Olivier Saillard

Thursday 27 February 2020

Dialogue

Paolo Roversi is a self-taught, independent photographer. He is famous for photographing with a camera equipped with a polaroid back, which allows him to instantly obtain an original enlargement. All the major magazines publish his fashion series, nudes and portraits of stars. Olivier Saillard holds a degree in art history. In 1995, he was appointed director of the Marseille Fashion Museum; in 20...

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Portrait Thomas Piketty

Conférence - Thomas Piketty

Wednesday 26 February 2020

Conference

After Le capital au XXIème siècle, Thomas Piketty and his team of researchers are publishing a new book, Capital et idéologie, that shows that all the discourses describing inequalities as « natural, intangible and inevitable » are being broken by History.  The author proposes a global history of inequality and offers possible avenues for a different distribution of wealth.    Find this Confere...

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Portrait Ulla Von Brandenburg

Dialogue - Ulla Von Brandenburg

Thursday 30 January 2020

Dialogue

Ulla von Brandenburg is a German artist born in 1974 in Karlsruhe and settled in Paris since 2005. After training in stage design in Karlsruhe and a brief foray into the theatre world, she trained at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Hamburg. Her work is characterized by the diversity of supports and mediums (installations, films, watercolors, murals, collages, performances...) responding to e...

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Portrait Mona Chollet

Conférence - Mona Chollet

Tuesday 28 January 2020

Conference

Mona Chollet is an essayist and journalist at Le Monde Diplomatique, the author of Beautés fatales and Sorcières, la puissance invaincue des femmes.  She questions the figure of the witchs and looks at these emblematic characters to understand the persecutions they have suffered and how the mechanisms of male domination are exercised. According to her the witch is « the one who manages to find re...

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Portrait Anne Imhof

Dialogue - Anne Imhof

Friday 10 January 2020

Dialogue

Anne Imhof lives and works in Berlin and New York. Her paintings, sculptures and performances have been shown internationally since 2012. Her work has been shown in numerous solo exhibitions: Tate Modern in London (2019), Art Institute in Chicago (2019), German Pavilion at the Venice Biennale (2017), Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin (2016), Kunsthalle in Basel (2016), MoMA PS1 in New York, Carré d'Art ...

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