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ART, CITY AND RESIDENTS

The Lyon Contemporary Art Biennale connects 12 areas (to date) in the Lyon metro area and the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region. Fostering direct contact between artists and residents, it brings art into urban communities and people’s daily lives.

Under the artistic direction of Isabelle Bertolotti

Venues

Bron, Chassieu, Francheville, Givors, Lyon 7e, Lyon 8e, Meyzieu, Rillieux-la-Pape, Saint-Genis-Laval

And also
The Functional Rehabilitation Centre of Bourgoin-Jallieu, the Grand Parc Miribel Jonage

Réactivation de la performance de Lygia Pape
Réactivation de la performance de Lygia Pape, Divisor, en 2017 au Parc de la Tête d’Or, Lyon 6e. © Photo : Blandine Soulage
Nicolas Momein, Bouilleur de savon, 2019.
Event at the Grand Parc Miribel Jonage, in the frame of the artist’s residency with Veduta/15e Biennale de Lyon. © Blandine Soulage

ARTIST RESIDENCIES

Building common landscapes

Daniel Canogar, The Obscenity of the Surface, 1999 © collection du macLYON © Adagp, Paris. Photo : Blaise Adilon

EXHIBITIONS

Workshops to create ecosystems based on artworks chosen from the macLYON collection

Escif + n3m3da, MULE, 2019. Experiment with the artwork at the Pré-Santy’s Garden, Lyon 8, in the frame of the artist’s residency with Veduta/15e Biennale de Lyon. With the support of AC/E. © Amélie Viale

STROLLS

Shared walks

Veduta’s partners

Veduta works closely with networks of local stakeholders as well as municipal-council departments. The programme of interactions, dialogues, encounters and experiences is still being prepared, therefore the list below is not exhaustive and is liable to change up until September – and beyond.