Vladimir E. Dubossarsky & Alexander A. Vinogradov
Franz Gertsch / Alain SÃ©chas
Matthew Ritchie / Karen Leo /Carroll Dunham
Caroline A. Jones & Peter Galison
ARC/ Musee de la Ville de Paris is pleased to present two new exhibitions: "Carla Accardi 17/01/02 - 3/03/02". Born in 1924, Carla Accardi is one of the most important Italian artists. "Urgent painting" This exhibition, which brings together 32 artists from around the world, does not set out to proclaim the emergence of new tendencies or movements...
ARC/ MUSEE D'ART MODERNE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS is pleased to present two new exhibitions:
17/01/02 - 3/03/02
Born in 1924, Carla Accardi is one of the most important Italian artists. This solo exhibition in France will present a selection of her works including paintings and installations.
17.01.02 / 3.03.02
"This exhibition, which brings together 32 artists from around the world, does not set out to proclaim the emergence of new tendencies or movements, but to present some of the work that is most characteristic of the current painting in its questioning of the function and autonomy of art."
Laurence BossÃ© and Hans-Ulrich Obrist
Adam Adach, Nathan Carter, Verne Dawson, Yayoi Deki, Tatjana Doll, Vladimir E. Dubossarsky & Alexander A. Vinogradov, Andreas Eriksson, Franz Gertsch / Alain SÃ©chas, Liam Gillick, Katharina Grosse, Arturo Herrera, Federico Herrero, Sergej Jensen, Surasi Kusolwong, Michael Lin, Miltos Manetas, Michaela Math, Julie Mehretu, Beatriz Milhazes, Sarah Morris, Victor Mutale, Laura Owens, StÃ©phane PencrÃ©acâ€™h, Wilhelm Sasnal, Matthew Ritchie / Karen Leo / Carroll Dunham, Shahzia Sikander, Vasiliy Tzagolov, Anton Vidokle.
Curators: Sandra Antelo-Suarez, Zdenka Badovinac, Daniel Birnbaum, Okwui Enwezor, Charles Esche, Bernard Frize, Liam Gillick, Thelma Golden, Yuko Hasegawa, Paulo Herkenhoff, Manray Hsu, Caroline A. Jones & Peter Galison, Viktor Misiano, Virginia PÃ©rez-Ratton, Matthew Ritchie, Paul Schimmel, Ã‰ric Troncy.
ARC / MUSEE D'ART MODERNE DE LA VILLE DE PARIS
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