“Seven Corridors”, by François Morellet
Exhibition by François Morellet, 24 October 2015 – 6 March 2016
Preview Friday, 23 October 2015 at 6.30 pm
Pierre Ardouvin, ‘Tout est affaire de décor’
Exhibition by Pierre Ardouvin
16 April – 4 September 2016
Curated by: Alexia Fabre and Frank Lamy with the assistance of Julien Blanpied
Lightings: Serge Damon
Editing and production assistance: Artfrontline
The next big event at the Musée d’Art Contemporain du Val-de-Marne is a (...)
Dominique Blais, "Les Grands Verres"
‘Born in 1974, Dominique Blais works on the sensorial and physical perceptions experienced by viewers in light and sound installations which play on the combination of the visible and invisible, the audible and the inaudible.’ (Raphaële Jeune)
This is the first time the artist’s work has been (...)
« Chercher le garçon »
A group exhibition of male artists.
Tania Mouraud, “ AD NAUSEAM ”
To start the fall season, MAC/VAL is presenting “AD NAUSEAM”, a solo exhibition of Tania Mouraud, a major figure in French contemporary art whose art poses questions about the human condition. This exhibition will include work co-produced with Ircam-Centre Pompidou, monumental hangings on the (...)
Esther Ferrer, « Face B. Image / Autoportrait »
To launch the 2014 season, the MAC/VAL is honoring Esther Ferrer, pioneer of action and performance art, in a solo exhibition based on her self portraits created since the 1970s.
Bringing together installations, videos and over a hundred photographs, the present exhibition reveals how aspects (...)
Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil, « INCLUDE ME OUT »
Artist Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil (born 1968) is an artist of vigilance.
Since the mid-1990s he has been working to reveal the invisible structures informing our relation to a real that is always already mediatised. He tirelessly probes the production of the image, considered in its political (...)
Ange Leccia, «Logical Song»
Ange Leccia is a major artist, one of the pioneers of video art in France.
Since the early 1980s, his work has explored the human dimension through the combination of light and images.
For the MAC/VAL he has conceived a new work, a piece in which he evokes the important films in his (...)
Charles Fréger "Wilder Mann"
Extension of the exhibition until June 30th.
On the occasion of the inauguration of the Briqueterie, the Val-de-Marne’s new Center for dance development, the MAC/VAL (Museum of Contemporary Art of the Val-de-Marne) is holding an exhibition of work by the photographer Charles Fréger.
« Émoi & moi »
Extension of the exhibition until may 19th.
In relation with the fifth hanging of the works in the permanent collection, titled ‘Vivement demain’ [’Waiting on Tomorrow’], which explores the myth of the visionary artist, ’Émoi & moi’ [’Emote To Me’] continues along the lines laid down by the group (...)
Fabrice Hyber, « Prototypes d’Objets en Fonctionnement (POF) »
Starting October 20, at the MAC/VAL, Fabrice Hyber will present his complete collection of POF (Prototypes d’Objets en Fonctionnement) created between 1991 and 2012, including Ballon carré2 - POF 65,
Oto - POF 87, an automotive pushmepullyou; and Ted Hyber – POF 51. These are just three among 150 (...)
Situation(s) [48°47’34’’ N / 2°23’14’’ E]
From June 30th to September 16th 2012
The MAC/VAL (Museum of Contemporary Art of the Val-de-Marne) is
holding a special exhibition bringing together works by ten artists focusing on questions including:
– How can the body be the focus of affirmation or resistance? How does one find one’s place in the world as an artist, and in a larger sense, as an individual? How can artists position themselves as subjects in relation to the Other?
INFORMATION FICTION PUBLICITE (IFP)
From 03/10/2012 to 06/03/2012
For the first time in France, MAC/VAL is presenting a group of works by the group INFORMATION FICTION PUBLICITE (IFP). Created around an original concept that updates certain historical works and favors new combinations, the exhibition will highlight the ways in which, beginning in the 1980s, IFP anticipated and questioned the domain of the possible in art.
Jesper Just, The Unknown Spectacle
From 10/22/2011 to 02/05/2012
For this autumn, 2011, while Paris is applauding international artistic creations, the Val-de-Marne contemporary art museum in Vitry-sur-Seine sets the pace with the first monographic exhibition in a French museum of the Danish artist Jesper Just.
From 06/25/2011 to 09/18/2011
With “Itinéraire bis”, MAC/VAL presents an exhibition making us dream of upcoming holidays.
From 04/05/2011 to 06/05/2011
With “ ’idéo”, from March 5 to June 5, 2011, the contemporary art museum in the Val-de-Varne presents its first great monographic exhibition within a French museum to one of the leaders in performance art.
From 10/22/2010 to 01/16/2011
“Let’s Dance” is of course a reference to the famous soul-oriented album by David Bowie in 1983. An invitation? A summons? Strangely enough, this title sounds incredibly similar to the slogan chanted by Act Up: I’ll go dancing anyway! Because here it’s definitely a form of resistance.
From 05/07/2010 to 09/05/2010
The season for lovers starts on May 7 at the MAC/VAL! Frank Lamy and Nathalie de Blois, the exhibition organizers for, “Emporte-Moi/Sweep me off my feet”, declare: «the theme could initially appear uninteresting (…) but it has uncontested depth.
From 01/15/2010 to 03/28/10
At the beginning of 2010, Christian Boltanski - invited by the Head Curator Alexia Fabre - creates and implements the second part of his exhibition-event.
From 09/18/2009 to 12/27/2009
Simon Starling, one of the most audacious artists in the international scene, has a choice position in this new cultural year at the museum.
From 03/06/2009 to 08/02/09
With “Léger vent de travers”1, the MAC/VAL proposes the first great exhibition in France Noël Dolla, from March 6 to August 2, 2009 in Vitry-sur-Seine.
From 11/10/2008 to 01/25/2009
This first retrospective of Nathalie Talec, a French artist born in 1960, retraces 30 years of a creative and artistic adventure.
From 07/04/2008 to 08/31/2008
The whole FRAC collection in and around Paris (or nearly).
From 03/28/2008 to 06/22/2008
Working from within, Claude Closky arranges, classiﬁes, inventories, orders, disorders and disorganises the representational and organisational systems of the world, pushing their logic to their point of collapse.
From 02/29/2008 to 06/22/2008
The British artist Mark Wallinger, latest winner of the Turner Prize, has installed his sensational work State Britain at the Mac/Val.
Stardust ou la dernière frontière
From 08/04/2007 to 01/13/2008
The title “Stardust” is in reference to both David Bowie during this Ziggy Stardust period, and quite simply, space.
From 05/19/2006 au 09/10/2006
The title sets the tone: Le Grand Sommeil, by Howard Hawks (1946), archetype of the American film noir, presents the fictional and artificial world at stake in the work by Claude Lévêque.
From 11/18/2005 to 03/26/2006
For the opening of this two-part exhibit, carte blanche is given to two major artists of the French and international art scene.