Installation view, Jeremy Deller, Everybody in the Place, An Incomplete History of Britain, 1984-1992, 2018, video, 62 min. Courtesy Art : Concept, Paris. Photo: OH Dancy.

PARTY DE CAMPAGNE
Fabienne Audéoud, Camille Blatrix, Merlin Carpenter, Zuzanna Czebatul, Jeremy Deller, Gina Folly, Florence Jung, Xavier Mary, Dan Mitchell, Henrike Naumann, John Russell, Tobias Spichtig, Marianne Villière.

Off site exhibition in the streets of Delme et le Saulnois

From Wednesday 17 March to Sunday 30 May 2021

More information: cac-synagoguedelme.org

Installation view, “Groups and Spots. Contemporary Art at Baloise”, group show, at Museum Franz Gertsch, Burgdorf/CH © Bernhard Strahm, Gerlafingen, 2021

Following the publication of a book on the Sammlung Baloise Group last year, the works themselves will now be on display in our museum’s large-scale exhibition. For the first time, a selection of over 250 examples of contemporary photography and works on paper by more than 40 artists from Switzerland and abroad will be shown.

Museum Franz Gertsch
Platanenstrasse 3
3400 Burgdorf | Switzerland

More information: museum-franzgertsch.ch

Richard Fauguet, PPE, 2020, carpet, cardboard, ink. Variable dimensions.

Children Power. Exhibition forbidden to over 18s.

At Le Plateau, the exhibition presented is designed exclusively for under-eighteens: beyond the reversal of the usual age restrictions, it is a very radical way of asserting the central role that children and teenagers play in the project. In particular, artists featuring in the exhibition will be invited to produce pieces created especially for them.

Le Plateau
22 Rue des Alouettes
75019 Paris | France

Further information: fraciledefrance.com

Michel Blazy, Champs de pommes de terre, 2002, potatoes flakes, colouring agents, dribbled water, Centre d’art Le Lait, Albi/FR

In this installation formed by a bed of dehydrated potato flakes mixed with food colouring, Michel Blazy encourages the creation of coloured cells by means of a drip fixed from the ceiling which brings out the colour of the material. Organised in the manner of a garden, these shapes thus drawn in relation to space evolve by suggesting a stroll, a path. 

This aesthetic, born from organic, everyday products and cooking, is emblematic of Michel Blazy’s work. In an unconventional exploitation of the exhibition space – investing right up to the ceiling – the artist invites us to contemplate the floor, to admire the inconstancy of the evolving forms emanating from the material.

This cyclic work thus offers the spectator the opportunity to admire, at various moments of the exhibition, different states of the work which evolves according to a random and ephemeral play of colours revealed by time and the interaction of the materials and their environment.