Gordon Matta-Clark Anarchitecte

from 05 June 2018 until 23 September 2018
Jeu de Paume, Concorde, Paris


Here is what we have to offer you in its most elaborate form -- confusion guided by a clear sense of purpose. 
Gordon Matta-Clark

A retrospective not to be missed devoted to the iconic Gordon Matta-Clark, artist, activist, committed, founder in 1973 of the Anarchitecture group with Laurie Anderson and the New York sculptor Richard Nonas among others.

Featuring one hundred artworks by Gordon Matta-Clark, the exhibition "Anarchitect" explores the importance of Matta-Clark’s practice towards a rethinking of architecture after modernism. Embracing a diversity of media that include photography, film and printmaking, the exhibition features a number of works related to contemporary urban culture that further contextualize Gordon Matta-Clark’s compelling critique of architecture.

+ Gordon Matta-Clark / SHOTnLUST FR/EN
+ Gordon Matta-Clark. Anarchitecte au Jeu de Paume FR/EN


eac. Espace de l’Art Concret

Centre d’art contemporain Donation Albers-Honegger
Château de Mouans

06370 Mouans-Sartoux +33 (0)4 93 75 71 50

Il est des lieux où la découverte et le souvenir s’entremêlent. Le château de Mouans Espace d’Art Concret est de ceux là.


Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil Don’t let me be misunderstood

Exposition 27.01 - 24.06.2018

Auguste-Dormeuil, Spin-off_le ciel attendra, 2017. Photo © axesw.

+ eac.  Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil / Don't let me be misunderstood


Michel Houellebecq and Iggy Pop

To Stay Alive: A Method
Rester Vivant: Méthode

by Erik Lieshout, Arno Hagers, Reinier van Brummelen

+ Erick Lieshout, Arno Hagers, Reinier van Brummelen on SHOTnLUST 


Ilse Ruppert

"Since the 80s, Ilse Ruppert photographs the scene in New York, Los Angeles, Berlin and Paris.
She is part of these artists who frame reality and transforms it into art.
Few photographers have such a gift to express the essence of live spectacles.
Her photographs have the beauty of dreams and the cruelty of nightmares."
Hans Peter Cloos, Theatre Director, Paris 1998

© Ilse Ruppert

+ Ilse Ruppert on SHOTnLUST