Exibições no Pompidou

Exibições no Centre Pompidou

Exhibitions at the Center

Mondrian / De Stijl

A new exhibition studies the interwoven progress of the artistic movement De Stijl and Piet Mondrian, its leading figure. This important retrospective is the very first in France to shed light on this key moment in the history of 20th century art. Beginning towards the end of the century’s first decade and continuing through the twenties, De Stijl combined an aesthetic and social vision, total art, which forms a basis for understanding the sources of modern art. In Paris between 1912 and 1938, Mondrian, a central figure of this avant-garde who drew from its experience, laid down a vocabulary and a “new abstract visual language”, a radical undertaking which was to revolutionise painting and art, along with Theo Van Doesburg and Gerrit Rietveld, the other founders of this crossover movement which influenced painting, sculpture, city planning, architecture, furniture design and graphic design.

December 1 2010 – March 21 2011
11h00 – 21h00

Gallery 1

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Accrochage “Histoire de l’Atelier Brancusi”

A reconstitution of the Paris workshop where one of the masters of modern sculpture lived and worked.

January 27 2010 – November 7 2011
14h00 – 18h00

Galerie de l’Atelier Brancusi

Regional exhibitions and abroad

Travels in the city, “In the moonlight II”

A work-cum-game by sculptor Miquel Navarro to heighten children’s awareness of urban space. “In the moonlight II” is an imaginary city which can be read in a thousand different ways: here, factory chimney stacks and irrigation canals, elsewhere, skyscrapers or ordinary houses… A game too, “a vocabulary for a city” to be invented whose units are like words that can be assembled by hand. Children are invited to reshape space which they can transform following tracks and rules that are constantly renewed.

March 8 2011 – April 17 2011
10h30 – 18h00

Musée d’art et d’histoire
Rochefort

Nancy Spero

Nancy Spero (1926-2009) was an actress and mover of history, who stood alongside Louise Bourgeois as a figure of 20th century American art. For her “the brush was mightier than the pen” in her fierce opposition to America’s involvement in the Vietnam in the 1960’s. Fascinated by the work of Antonin Artaud, she later dedicated herself to representing and defending the “second sex”. Here the Centre Pompidou is putting on a retrospective of her work featuring her monumental masterpiece Azur (courtesy of the Centre Pompidou Foundation).

March 3 2011 – May 1 2011
10h00 – 18h00

Londres – Serpentine Gallery(2)

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