40 ans du Frac ! Exhibition Gunaikeîon
Fondation Fiminco, Romainville
From February 29th to April 7th
ART Situacions III
Curators: Jade Barget, Daisy Lambert, Camille Martin, Céline Poulin & Elsa Vettier
For the 40th anniversary of the Frac, the aim is both to rethink the institution’s history, written in particular through its collection, and to look towards shared and desirable futures.
After Portugal and Italy, the ART Situacions exhibition is now in France, at the Fondation Fiminco in Romainville. For its third edition, the touring exhibition brings together the work of five Spanish artists and five emerging French artists.
In keeping with the wishes of ART Situacions founder Pilar Forcada, the exhibition promotes a meeting of artists to revitalize the contemporary scene. In a world standardized by globalization, the artistic landscape has suffered the consequences. In response, ART Situacions creates a meeting point between emerging European artistic cultures that were once hermetically sealed off, to bring two visions into dialogue. Imagine a world in symbiosis, where the body enters into movement with its space, where the digital merges with the organic, where the laws of nature are subject to the hands of man. The aim is to introduce solutions for a world that has been destroyed but is constantly changing. New narratives are offered to you, giving you the keys to reclaiming our world.
- GUIDED TOURS
During the exhibition, free guided tours will be offered on Saturdays at 4pm. To book your place, please click here:
- ROUND TABLE AT THE CERVANTES INSTITUTE, PARIS
On the occasion of the opening of the Art Situacions III exhibition at the Fiminco Foundation, which brings together the works of outstanding artists selected for this edition, the Instituto Cervantes de Paris, in collaboration with the Fiminco Foundation, is organizing this round-table discussion which, in addition to presenting the Art Situacions III catalog behind the exhibition, analyzes and explores the ecosystem of artist residencies in Paris.
Paris continues to play a leading role as an artistic center. Among the city’s many cultural structures, the artist residency format has established itself as one of the typologies with the greatest impact on both residents and the rest of the artistic ecosystem. With the participation of Julia Morandeira ( Kadist) and Katharina Scriba (Fiminco Foundation), Ángela Jimenez Duran, Ana María Miillán and Mateo Revillo. Moderated by Carlos Urroz.
Ángela Jimenez Duran, visual artist
María Millán , visual artist
Julia Morandeira Arrizabalaga, artistic director
Katharina Scriba, artistic director
Mateo Revillo, visual artist
Carlos Urroz, cultural manager
March 1, 2024 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
Free admission subject to availability.
Instituto Cervantes (Paris) – Salón de los espejos
11 Av. Marceau
More informations : https://cultura.cervantes.es/paris/fr/residencias-y-residentes-espa%c3%b1oles-en-par%c3%ads/166549
From February 29th to April 7th 2024
Tuesday to Saturday, 2pm to 6pm.
All public, Free entrance
La Chaufferie – Fondation Fiminco
43 Rue de la Commune de Paris, 93230 Romainville
Subway Line 5 – stop Bobigny – Pantin – Raymond Queneau
bus Ligne 145 et 318 – stop Louise Dory