lille3000 - Eldorado

After Bombaysers of Lille, Europe XXL, Fantastic and Renaissance, push the door of the Eldorado in 2019, to the conquest of new worlds, with as guest of honor: Mexico, its contemporary artists and the wealth of its popular cultures. This time, for its 5th thematic edition, lille3000 plays the card of a Spring-Summer-Autumn season, enough to allow visitors to roam the region on sunny days, with programming open to the outside world. Eldorado continues to explore new worlds and is spreading throughout the Lille Metropolitan Area (to date, 84 participating municipalities) and into the Hauts-de-France Region. Eldorado is understood as a movement towards the enhancement of what makes up the territory's richness: its inhabitants, their ability to invent new models to live better together, its companies that innovate for a new economy, the networking between artists , researchers, citizens. Eldorado as a building site to encourage individual and collective initiatives and share them, to experience places of life and meetings. Eldorado as a quest for an ideal within everyone's reach. Opening parade, urban metamorphoses, Tripostal exhibitions, the Palais des Beaux-Arts, Saint Sauveur train station and numerous cultural venues, shows, gardens, street art, design, debates, gastronomy and unpublished events.

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Avenue Willy Brandt
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2 EXHIBITIONS ACCESSIBLE WITH THE CITY PASS FROM MAY 1ST TO AUGUST 30TH, 2019

ELDORAMA IN TRI POSTAL (Avenue Willy Brandt, Lille)
The Tripostal, flagship of lille3000, unfolds the great Eldorado story through a myriad of contemporary works of art borrowed from around the world with more than 40 featured artists. In three chapters, corresponding to the three floors of the place: The Dreamed Worlds, The Rush and the New Eldorado.

Artists: Martine Aballea, Adel Abdessemed, Francis Ales, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Babi Badalov, Gilles Barber, Hicham Berrada, Stefan Bruggemann, Jules De Balincourt, Cao Fei, Till Gerhard, Rodney Graham, Ren Hang, Duan Hanson, Alfredo Jaar, Mike Kelley , Maria Kourkouta, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Yayoi Kusama, Ibrahim Mahama, Teresa Margolles, Ryan McGinley, Jonathan Monk, Anne and Patrick Poirier, Younes Rahmoun, Peter Stämpfli, Superflex, Claire Tabouret, Thukral & Tagra, Wang Wei, Marnie Weber, Hank Willis Thomas, Liu Xiaodong, Wang Yuyang, Chen Zhen, Qiu Zhijie.
Curator: Jérôme Sans, Jean-Max Colard, with Isabelle Bernini.

INTENSO / MEXICANO AT THE HOSPICE COMTESSE MUSEUM (32 rue de la Monnaie)
The exhibition brings together 48 paintings, engravings and photographs from the permanent collection of the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City, in order to evoke certain recurring cultural traits in the production of Mexican artists (or foreigners who have resided in Mexico), the day after the Revolution from 1910 until the turn of the 20th century: Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and Francisco Toledo, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Graciela Iturbide, Germán Venegas and Daniel Lezama.

Artists: Ignacio Aguirre, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Lola Alvarez Bravo, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, José Raúl Anguiano, Nahum Bernabé Zenil, Julio Castellanos, Jose Chávez Morado, Olga Costa, Jose Chávez Morado, Jose Clemente Orozco, Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, Xavier Esqueda, Héctor García, Xavier Guerrero, Juan Guzman, Graciela Iturbide, Frida Khalo, Daniel Lezama, Pablo López Luz, Francisco Mata Rosas, Tina Modotti, Pablo Ortiz Manasteiro, Ricardo Martinez, Diego Rivera, Alice Rahon, Ione Robinson, Manuel Rodriguez Lozano, Rosa Rolando Covarrubias, Rufino Tamayo, German Venegas, Francisco Toledo, German Venegas, Alfonso X. Pena.
Commissariat: Sylvia Navarrete Bouzard.

AN EXHIBITION CELEBRATING THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE CENTRE POMPIDOU


In 2017, the Centre Pompidou is celebrating its 40th anniversary throughout France. To share the celebration with a wider audience, it will be presenting a completely new programme of exhibitions, outstanding loans and various events throughout the year.

“Performance!” shakes up exhibition practices. The project stages a singular story, playing on the fleeting instant and the possibility of repeating it through images or re-enactment. It will draw on all the artistic domains that converge in performance pieces: dance and choreography, music and sound art practices, the language of movement constructed by all the possibilities of the body, and the open devices of participatory or immersive installations, placing the viewer’s experience at the heart of the work.

Performance: the word resonates beyond the artistic field. Stemming from the performing arts (in the Anglo-Saxon tradition), and sports culture, the term now permeates post-industrial societies, in which “indicators” evaluate every sector of human activity. It is also an implicit practice of social media, in which relationships are formed and invented by and through representations of the self. The historian Stephen Greenblatt has called attention to a very sophisticated culture of self-fashioning since the Renaissance, in other words the conscious construction of an image of the social self. Today this involves a wide scope of behaviour that is elaborated daily in the prism of technology.

The art of the twentieth century has taken hold of the idea of performance to reformulate its terms and turn it into a critical practice: responding to the acceleration of time while proposing alternative strategies overturning and subverting the principle of productivity. The intensification of these forms of art in the twenty-first century even more pressingly raises the question of experience. It renews this critical vitalism, reinvents the here and now, reviving the question raised by Spinoza: “what can a body do?”.

In the expansive spaces of the Tripostal and the Gare Saint Sauveur, the exhibition will bring together masterpieces, rare works and new creations, prompting new dialogues and multiple lines of convergence. Large video installations will frame the whole, within which live performances will take place.

At the Tripostal, the visit will be organised around three focal points: Movement on movement, Staged gestures, and Listening objects. A programme of performances will act as a counterpoint. Additionally, there will be the famous Tripostal nights, the IN Plain Site show presented by Lille Opera, the Cantine du Tripostal and the gift shop.

At the Gare Saint Sauveur, on the bare stage, a labyrinthine topography of animated images will unfold. Performance will be seen from the angle of play: children’s and serious games will be loaded with the same vital risk, an exploration whose outcome we ignore and yet which constitutes us.

Curators: Bernard BLISTÈNE, Marcella LISTA

FEATURING: VITO ACCONCI, SAÂDANE AFIF, DOUG AITKEN, FRANCIS ALŸS, ELEANOR ANTIN, ED ATKINS, JÉRÔME BEL, TRISHA BROWN, ANGELA BULLOCH, PIA CAMIL, CLAUDE CLOSKY, DANICA DAKI?, GUY DE COINTET, BRICE DELLSPERGER, RINEKE DIJKSTRA, STAN DOUGLAS, HANS-PETER FELDMANN, ROBERT FILLIOU, KIT FITZGERALD, WILLIAM FORSYTHE, AURELIEN FROMENT, DAN GRAHAM, RENEE GREEN, PIERRE HUYGHE, RYOJI IKEDA, JOAN JONAS, MIKE KELLEY, HASSAN KHAN, XAVIER LE ROY, BABETTE MANGOLTE, CHRISTIAN MARCLAY, AERNOUT MIK, BRUCE NAUMAN, CLAES OLDENBURG, DENNIS OPPENHEIM, ANTHONY RAMOS, LILI REYNAUD DEWAR, LA RIBOT, PIPILOTTI RIST, JOHN SANBORN, RAPHAËL SARKA, SARKIS, BEAT STREULI, SALLA TYKKÄ, GILLES TOUYARD, CLAUDIA TRIOZZI, ROSEMARIE TROCKEL, APITCHAPONG WEERASETHAKUL & CHRISTELLE LHEUREUX, PETER WELZ, FRANZ WEST, SCARLET YU...

Thematic of the place

Fine Arts

Exhibition at Tri Postal (avenue Willy Brandt, Lille) from May 1st to August 30th, 2019

The Tripostal, flagship of lille3000, unfolds the great Eldorado story through a myriad of contemporary works of art borrowed from around the world with more than 40 featured artists. In three chapters, corresponding to the three floors of the place: The Dreamed Worlds, The Rush and the New Eldorado.

Artists: Martine Aballea, Adel Abdessemed, Francis Ales, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Babi Badalov, Gilles Barber, Hicham Berrada, Stefan Bruggemann, Jules De Balincourt, Cao Fei, Till Gerhard, Rodney Graham, Ren Hang, Duan Hanson, Alfredo Jaar, Mike Kelley , Maria Kourkouta, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Yayoi Kusama, Ibrahim Mahama, Teresa Margolles, Ryan McGinley, Jonathan Monk, Anne and Patrick Poirier, Younes Rahmoun, Peter Stämpfli, Superflex, Claire Tabouret, Thukral & Tagra, Wang Wei, Marnie Weber, Hank Willis Thomas, Liu Xiaodong, Wang Yuyang, Chen Zhen, Qiu Zhijie.
Curator: Jérôme Sans, Jean-Max Colard, with Isabelle Bernini.
 
Thematic of the place

Fine Arts

Public price
Tarif unique : Free
Price with the pass
Tarif unique : Free

At the Hospice Comtesse Museum (32 rue de la Monnaie) from May 1st to August 30th, 2019

The exhibition brings together 48 paintings, engravings and photographs from the permanent collection of the Museo de Arte Moderno in Mexico City, in order to evoke certain recurring cultural traits in the production of Mexican artists (or foreigners who have resided in Mexico), the day after the Revolution from 1910 until the turn of the 20th century: Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and Francisco Toledo, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Graciela Iturbide, Germán Venegas and Daniel Lezama.

Artists: Ignacio Aguirre, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Lola Alvarez Bravo, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, José Raúl Anguiano, Nahum Bernabé Zenil, Julio Castellanos, Jose Chávez Morado, Olga Costa, Jose Chávez Morado, Jose Clemente Orozco, Pablo Ortiz Monasterio, Xavier Esqueda, Héctor García, Xavier Guerrero, Juan Guzman, Graciela Iturbide, Frida Khalo, Daniel Lezama, Pablo López Luz, Francisco Mata Rosas, Tina Modotti, Pablo Ortiz Manasteiro, Ricardo Martinez, Diego Rivera, Alice Rahon, Ione Robinson, Manuel Rodriguez Lozano, Rosa Rolando Covarrubias, Rufino Tamayo, German Venegas, Francisco Toledo, German Venegas, Alfonso X. Pena.
Commissariat: Sylvia Navarrete Bouzard.

Thematic of the place

Visits

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Tarif unique : Free
Price with the pass
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