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New project
Next screening at le Fresnoy on november 3rd
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Gilles Ribero is pleased to finally annouce his new project Fraktur made in collaboration with Le Fresnoy - studio national des arts contemporain.

Clic on the image to watch the teaser
Coming exhibitions
D'après nature

November 2nd to 19th
La Capelleta
Céret, France

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From September 2015 to May 2016, Maud Faivre has been invited to the Lumière d’Encre residency in the French Pyrenees. She developped her own vision of the landscape.

« D’après nature » means a live representation in drawing and painting fields. This word which may seems obvious in photography focuses on the idea of observation.
Lost Narratives / the image culture of the High Society then and Now

November 11th to January 8th
Museum Mayer van den Bergh
Antwerpen, Belgium

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Exhibition made in relation with 19th century collections and photographs by Fritz Mayer.

Bertrand Cavalier is part of this collective exhibition with works of Charlotte Lybeer, Els Vanden Meersch, Lineta Liduma, Aitana Meeus, Eileen Vancraenenbroeck, Oxiea Villamonte, Elena Aya Bundurakis, Alexey Shlyk, Nanó Wallenius, Isa Appel, Emma Van Geet, Zena Van den Block, Alessio Capone, Marc Bertel, Olivia Karelina and Ellen Sanders.
Jardin

November 16th to febreary 3rd
Theatre L’L
Brussels, Belgium
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Massao Mascaro’s new project, Jardin, will be presented for the first time at L'L theater. The exhibition will be set in association with ESA Le 75 school students.
 
Omber, Odradek & Octaëder

November 27th to December 18th
D'Apostrof gallery
Meigem, Belgium

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Collective exhibition with works by Guy Rombouts, Carole Vanderlinden, Tamara Van San, Max Pinckers, Bertrand Cavalier, Robert Soroko, Mariana Murta and Evelien Addink.

Artists gathered by Han Theys in collaboration with the Antwerpen KASK.
Current exhibitions
Abitare il deserto

September 3rd to November 6th
San Roco museum
Fusignano, Italy

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Massao Mascaro is part of the exhibition Abitare il deserto which is an exhibition and a book made in relation to the first publication Traversate del Deserto made in 1986 with several photographers and writers as Luigi Ghirri, Guido Guidi, Olivo Barbieri, Vittore Fossati, Kinold, Jean Baudrillard, Max Frisch, Giorgio Agamben, Gerald Bisinger and Celati stesso.
Residency
CACP Villa Pérochon

DRAC Poitou-Charentes and Villa Pérochon wish another perspective to be developed towards archeology, men and women working on it, or its social, urban or rural environment.

Maud Faivre has been invited to realize a creative residency on archeology in photography.
She will also be part of artistic mediations amongst local schools and community.
Talk
« Croisons nos regards »
 
November 24th - 20h30
Villa Pérochon
Niort, France
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Maud Faivre is part of the next talk “Croisons nos regards” organized by Villa Pérochon in relation with the residency « Archéologie en photographie ». She will introduce her personal work and her interest for archeology in photography, inspired by the novel from Italo Calvino “Invisible Cities”.

 
Publications
Façettes #2

Facettes is a free annual contemporary art publication made by 50° nord. The second issue « Ensemble » will be launched at l’Iselp, Brussels from 2pm on December 17th.

With Alexandrine Dhainaut, Collectif La Grotte, Philippe Franck, Florian Gaïté, Galerie Rezeda, Sophie Lapalu, Christian Mahieu, Maria Monstesi, Anne-Emilie Philippe, Elisabeth Piot, Marie Pons, Septembre Tiberghien, Inès Willaume, Léonie Young.
Abitare il diserto

Massao Mascaro is part of Abitare il deserto which is an exhibition and a book made in relation to the first publication Traversate del Deserto made in 1986 with several photographers and writers as Luigi Ghirri, Guido Guidi, Olivo Barbieri, Vittore Fossati, Kinold, Jean Baudrillard, Max Frisch, Giorgio Agamben, Gerald Bisinger and Celati stesso.
Inventaire #2

Maud Faivre is part of the Inventory which depicts every three years architecture in Wallonia-Brussels.
Directed by Xavier Lelion and Anne-Sophie Nottebaert, this new publication identifies 152 projects in which 28 covered by comics, writings and photographs.

 

trans #29

Maud Faivre's work has been published in the last issue of trans, a semi-annual professional journal of the Department of Architecture at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETHZ which has been managed by an independent student editorial team since 1997.
The journal addresses current issues in architecture and urban development from a variety of perspectives, such as the humanities, politics, philosophy and the arts. trans thus sees itself as a platform for interdisciplinary discourse.






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