À l’Écoute des Mondes
In the 1960s, with John Cage and rock and roll, the concert hall disappeared and music was turned into "sound". A story told through an other-worldly, immersive and sensory work, the Handphone table (1978) by Lara Anderson which proposes you to listen with your whole body, crossed by the sound material.
In collaboration with the macLYON
Opening night Friday 13 Oct. 6.30pm
62 rue Oreste Zénézini, 69680 Chassieu
Saturday 21 Oct. 4pm
A family visit at the macLYON
Wednesday 22 Nov. 3pm-7pm
Visit of the exhibition for all
Laurie Anderson, The Handphone Table – When you we’re hear, 1978. Collection of the macLYON ©Blaise Adilon
Cycle et Régéneration
A collective dialogue based on the word Modern and its regenerative and revolutionary potential : the presentation of a work from the macLYON collection, chosen by a group of people who live in Oullins, generates a conversation devoted to life cycles and multigenerational historical visions.
In collaboration with the macLYON
Opening night Saturday 14 Oct. 11am
8 rue de la République, 69600 Oullins
Saturday 7 Oct., from 3 to 4.30 pm
Snack for parents and children to question the Modern between different generations.*
Saturday 28 Oct., from 9.30 am to 4.30 pm
A visit by bike to discover several Veduta projects from the Sucrière to Saint-Fons via Oullins.*
Saturday 4 Nov., from 3 to 5 pm
Moment of dance with the students from the Training Centre Danse Désoblique to highlight a new interpretation of Bob Gramsma's artwork.
Thursday 9 Nov., from 5 to 6.30 pm
Philosophical conversation on the Moderne subject at the Café Charmant, rue Louis Alagne.*
Thursday 23 Nov., from 6 to 7 pmh
Meeting in the exhibition with Paul Funkiewiez from the Compagnons du Tour de France to decypher the mysteries of Bob Gramsma's windows.
*Limited number of places, mandatory inscriptions from Jessica Palm : email@example.com / 06 35 10 12 93
Wednesdays 25 Oct., 8 Nov., 22 Nov. et 6 Dec. from 3 to 5 pm
Workshops for children aged 4 and over at the Mémo, Château d'Anne Hiversère. Limited number of places, mandatory inscriptions from the Mémor.
Bob Gramsma, Seebach, OI#0785, ca. 2007 ©Blaise Adilon
The exhibition tells a story about the convergence of cultures and distinct zones, through the juxtaposition of works from the macLYON and works from Massinissa Selmani and Marius Dansou, orchestrated by people living in the district of Gerland.
In collaboration with the Musée Africain de Lyon which is also in Résonance of the Biennale de Lyon.
Opening night Wednesday 21 Sept. 5.45 pm
In the building of the old libary in Lyon 7
Saturday 23 Sep. 3 pm
A stroll seeking the Horizon Retrouvé de Marco Godinho
Friday 6 Oct. 2-4 pm
Wednesday 8 Nov. 5-6 pm
Friday 24 Nov. 4-6 pm
Visits of the exhibition fo all
Friday 20 Oct. 5 pm
Meeting with the artist Marius Dansou
Friday 1 Dec. 5 pm
Festive closing night
Cotonou (Bénin), 2005 ©Antonio Porcellato, SMA © Missions Africaines/Musée Africain, Lyon
Attentive to subtle phenomena and the song of the worlds we are passing through or in which we live, this exhibition explores the methods of visual and sound observation of a certain number of artists. in collaboration with the Association Les Rencontres Artistiques and a group of people from Saint-Cyr-au-Mont-d'Or and Vaulx-en-Velin.
In collaboration with the macLYON, ths organisation Les Rencontres Artistiques, the public library Georges Perec and a group of residents from Saint-Cyr-au-Mont-d’Or and Vaulx-en-Velin.
Chapitre 1 - Et si on faisait autrement?
At the Salle des Vieilles Tours
Chapitre 2 - Et si on se rencontrait ?
At the public library Georges Perec
Opening nights Thursday 28 Sept. 7pm in Saint-Cyr-au-Mont-d’Or and Friday 29 Sept. 5pm in Vaulx-en-Velin
Saturday 14 Oct. 5 pm at the Salle des Vieilles Tours
Impromptu pour Futurs Alternatifs : Et si on désarticulait le langage pour parler autrement des oeuvres d'art?, offered by Françoise Monneret. Followed by a glass in friendship at 7 pm.
Sunday 5 Nov. 5 pm at the Salle des Vieilles Tours
Closing night with a concert by the Milstein family
Hans Neleman, Hapai Hake, Iwi : Ngai Tuhoe, Moko-Maori Tatoo, 1999. Artwork from the macLYON collection © droits réservés © Blaise Adilon
How can we reinvente modern visual narratives through experiences that are disparate, sometimes shared but always human? The exhibition presents works by Philippe Droguet, William Kentridge, Alain Pouillet, Henri Ughetto and Carmelo Zagari, selected by the Association Les Rencontres Artistiques and the macLYON in partnership with Veduta.
William Kentridge, Shadow Procession (detail), 1999. Collection FNAC, at macLYON ©DAll rights reserved