Through the figures of emblematic spies, from Mata Hari to Carrie Mathison, and from OSS117 to Edward Snowden, this exhibition explores a new history of the relationship between cinema and espionage. It’s the starting point a play of mirrors between the two disciplines, practices par excellence involving capture, simulacra and concealment.

Travelling exhibition:
From 05/10/2022 to 14/05/2023 Cinémathèque française – Musée du Cinéma, Paris
From 29/06/2023 to 29/10/2023 Fundación la Caixa, Madrid
From 29/11/2023 to 31/03/2024 Caixa Forum Barcelona

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Through the figures of emblematic spies, from Mata Hari to Carrie Mathison, and from OSS117 to Edward Snowden, this exhibition explores a new history of the relationship between cinema and espionage. It’s the starting point a play of mirrors between the two disciplines, practices par excellence involving capture, simulacra and concealment.

Travelling exhibition:
From 05/10/2022 to 14/05/2023 Cinémathèque française – Musée du Cinéma, Paris
From 29/06/2023 to 29/10/2023 Fundación la Caixa, Madrid
From 29/11/2023 to 31/03/2024 Caixa Forum Barcelona

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As part of the summer contemporary art event Exporama, the Musée des Beaux-Arts, La Criée Centre d’art contemporain and the Frac Bretagne are joining forces for the first retrospective devoted to the British artist Jeremy Deller in a French public institution.

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As part of the summer contemporary art event Exporama, the Musée des Beaux-Arts, La Criée Centre d’art contemporain and the Frac Bretagne are joining forces for the first retrospective devoted to the British artist Jeremy Deller in a French public institution.

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As part of the summer contemporary art event Exporama, the Musée des Beaux-Arts, La Criée Centre d’art contemporain and the Frac Bretagne are joining forces for the first retrospective devoted to the British artist Jeremy Deller in a French public institution.

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On the one hand very serious, and on the other hand extremely comical, the exhibition Ridiculously Yours?! highlights enthusiastic awkwardness in modern and contemporary art, which does not shy away from the silly or the unreasonably dumb. This enjoyable tour includes works by some 100 artists from around the world and ranges from the 18th century to the present.

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In November 2022, the Musée des beaux-arts de La Chaux-de-Fonds will organize a monographic exhibition dedicated to the artist Nina Childress. This exhibition offers an incursion into the artist’s work by evoking the body through one of its parts, a part particularly linked to the representation of the self: the hair. The artist applies all the variety of her painting to it.

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Caroline Achaintre, Brutus, 2016. Laine tuftée à la main / Handtufted wool. 223 × 180 cm (87 ¾ × 70 ⅞ inches). Courtesy the Artist; This is Arcade, London; Art : Concept, Paris. Photo Claire Dorn. Collection privée / Private collection.

Corentin Grossmann, Un doute intersidéral, 2019. Graphite, pastels secs et crayons de couleurs / Graphite, pastel and colored pencils on paper, 155 × 113 cm (61 × 44 ½ inches). Courtesy the Artist and Art : Concept, Paris. Collection privée / Private collection

From April 29th to November 5th, 2023, the Fondation Carmignac on Porquerolles presents The Inner Island exhibition at Villa Carmignac. As a mise en abyme of the insular location of the Fondation on Porquerolles, the exhibition explores an essential driver of creation, as powerful as it is common: the distancing of reality as to reveal an interiority.

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