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Bourse de Commerce
until January 9, 2023

« Une seconde d'éternité »

Phillippe Parreno, Quasi Objects : My Room is a Fish Bowl, AC/DC Snakes, Happy Ending, Il Tempo del Postino, Opalescent acrylic glass podium, Disklavier Piano (détail), 2014. Photo Andrea Rossetti
Close Phillippe Parreno, Quasi Objects : My Room is a Fish Bowl, AC/DC Snakes, Happy Ending, Il Tempo del Postino, Opalescent acrylic glass podium, Disklavier Piano (détail), 2014. Photo Andrea Rossetti

« Une seconde d’éternité » brings together some fifteen artists whose works are able to generate a space-time

Phillippe Parreno, Quasi Objects : My Room is a Fish Bowl, AC/DC Snakes, Happy Ending, Il Tempo del Postino, Opalescent acrylic glass podium, Disklavier Piano (détail), 2014. Photo Andrea Rossetti
Close Phillippe Parreno, Quasi Objects : My Room is a Fish Bowl, AC/DC Snakes, Happy Ending, Il Tempo del Postino, Opalescent acrylic glass podium, Disklavier Piano (détail), 2014. Photo Andrea Rossetti
Bourse de Commerce
until January 16, 2023

Anri Sala TIME NO LONGER

Anri Sala, Time No Longer, 2021
Close Anri Sala, Time No Longer, 2021. Photo Andrea Rossetti

In late September, the landscape imagined by Philippe Parreno for the Rotunda of the Bourse de Commerce will disappear, making way for the autumn and winter months, for an immersive, cosmic, and nocturnal work by artist Anri Sala.

Anri Sala, Time No Longer, 2021
Close Anri Sala, Time No Longer, 2021. Photo Andrea Rossetti
Palazzo Grassi — Punta Della Dogana
until January 8, 2023

MARLENE DUMAS open-end

Dumas, Losing (Her Meaning), 1988
Close Dumas, Losing (Her Meaning), 1988

Palazzo Grassi presents the personal show dedicated to Marlene Dumas (1953, Cape Town, South Africa), as part of the cycle of monographic shows dedicated to major contemporary artists, launched in 2012 and alternating with thematic exhibitions of the Pinault Collection.

Dumas, Losing (Her Meaning), 1988
Close Dumas, Losing (Her Meaning), 1988
Palazzo Grassi — Punta Della Dogana
until November 27, 2022

BRUCE NAUMAN : Contrapposto Studies

Palazzo Grassi – Punta della Dogana presents a major exhibition dedicated to the US artist Bruce Nauman (1941, Indiana, USA), entitled “Bruce Nauman: Contrapposto Studies”.

Pinault Collection

Artists residency of Lens

Pursuing his constant and long-term support for young artists, François Pinault wanted a Pinault Collection residence offering the best work and research conditions, to welcome them for a year.

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A prize dedicated to the history of art

The Pinault Collection supports art history research with the annual award of a prize distinguishing a work on modern or contemporary art history. Created by François Pinault in 2015, in memory of his friend the historian Pierre Daix who passed away in 2014, the Pierre Daix Prize is awarded at the end of the year.

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