The Supports-Surfaces Movement on display in Beijing

For the first time in China, the Tinsghua University Art Museum in Beijing hosts a retrospective devoted to the Supports/Surfaces movement, a brief movement from the first half of the 1970s which is considered to be the last avant-garde art movement.

Updated on 24/05/2019

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Launch of the Milos International Theatre Festival

Dedicated to young artists, the Milos International Theatre Festival will take place from 11th May to 9th June 2019. A European Centre for Young Theatrical Creation will be inaugurated simultaneously.

 

Updated on 07/05/2019

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Plan B by Company 111 heads to China

Written in 2003 by Aurélien Bory and Phil Soltanoff, Company 111's signature show Plan B is being recreated in China.

Updated on 24/05/2019

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Julia Grosse and Yvette Mutumba

Julia Grosse and Yvette Mutumba breathe new life into the world of contemporary art: based in Berlin, they design exhibitions and founded the magazine Contemporary And, a demanding print and digital publication whose aim is to “connect cultures”.

Updated on 04/05/2022

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Neo Muyanga

The music of Neo Muyanga is part of South African singing history, an artistic practice strongly characterised by the fight against apartheid. As an emeritus composer as well as a renowned theorist, Neo Muyanga claims to be an activist who goes beyond the confines of his works and concerts.

Updated on 05/06/2020

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Yvonne Mburu

Connecting African doctors with each other and highlighting female scientists: Yvonne Mburu's mission is intersectional and resolutely "Afro-optimistic".

Updated on 05/06/2020

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Mamadou Diouf

Senegalese historian Mamadou Diouf skilfully explains the political and societal changes in Africa. In his numerous books he breaks down disciplines and proposes an analysis that is both historical, sociological and anthropological.

Updated on 05/06/2020

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NGoné Fall

N'Goné Fall, the General Commissioner of the Africa2020 Season, wished to place this ambitious project under the banner of pan-Africanism and collective intelligence.

Updated on 04/05/2022

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Mathias Chelebourg

French author and director captivated by innovation and the exploration of immersive technologies, Mathias Chelebourg’s works are already a reference for virtual reality professionals.

Published on 26/08/2019

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Hassen Ferhani

Director Hassen Ferhani describes himself as a multi-faceted artist sensitive to the brutality and poetry of Algerian society, its history and its hopes. A passionate film maker who has won numerous international awards, Hassen Farhani wishes to put humanity back in the spotlight. His film 143, rue...

Updated on 15/06/2021

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Nine Antico

An illustrator and self-taught author, Nine Antico creates comic books that are often inhabited by liberated girls and rock’n’roll, and are full of spirit. A graphic and colourful style that can also be found in the youth section with funny and poetic albums.

Published on 22/08/2019

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French scenography spreads its wings to Prague

From 6 to 16 June 2019, the Prague Quadriennial, a landmark event in theatre design and architecture, celebrates its 50th anniversary. For the occasion, France made its big comeback after 16 years of absence, under the direction of director Philippe Quesne.

Published on 04/06/2019

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The opening of a new artists residence in Senegal: Villa Saint-Louis Ndar

Its inauguration scheduled for 8 June 2019 will be the starting point for a new artistic and cultural impetus in Senegal and throughout sub-Saharan Africa. A first call for applications was launched in the spring.

Updated on 27/04/2022

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Dive into the heart of French VR

In recent years, virtual reality has established itself as one of the most interesting technologies in digital, cultural and artistic creation. This is evidenced, particularly in France, by the great diversity of content produced: fiction, documentaries, hybrid experiences combining VR and live...

Updated on 09/04/2019

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Michèle Laruë-Charlus

For nearly 25 years, Michèle Laruë-Charlus has been closely involved in supporting the exemplary land development policies of the Bordeaux Métropole. Now at the head of the Bordeaux Métropole 2050 project, she describes the city of tomorrow, based on an interactive and replicable model.

Updated on 08/07/2019

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