YIA ART FAIR 2016
The YIA Art Fair 2016 will return to Paris for its seventh edition and bring together a selection of 65 international art galleries at Carreau du Temple in the culturally vibrant Marais district. This international contemporary art fair will coincide with FIAC and will also run from October 20 to 23. In addition to the art exhibitions, a series of roundtables and a space dedicated to design and publishing (with guest artist Daniel Buren) are also proposed. The tickets for the fair can be booked at a reduced tariff currently through their official site.
October 20, 2016 to October 23, 2016
At Carreau du Temple
YIA Art Fair 2016
YIA (International Young Artists) Art Fair will return to Paris for its seventh edition bringing together 65 international art galleries at Carreau du Temple, Paris. The 2016 edition of YIA Art Fair also proposes a series of exhibitions and events Hors les murs at various major museums in the Marais district of Paris.
Carreau du Temple
HORS LES MURS
In partnership with Marais Culture +, the 2016 edition of YIA Art Fair will also feature the Hors les murs (Outside the walls) section at various major museums across the Marais district. The programme will include exhibitions, dance performances, film screenings, performance cycles as well as talks and discussions with artists and art professionals.
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Here is a list of proposed events:
October 14, 2016 to October 28, 2016
At Musée des Archives nationales, Hôtel de Soubise
Les Archives Nationales: Pavillon de l'Exil
The Museum of National Archives (Les Archives Nationales) will be presenting a collective exhibition “Pavillon de l’Exil. 1ère escale” (Pavillon of Exile. First stop) while revisiting the question of human displacement, whether economic, political or resulting from war and natural catastrophes.
October 5, 2016 to October 19, 2016
At Maison Européenne de la Photographie
Missing Stories – La Cinquième île [The Fifth Island]
With this personal exhibition at Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris, photographer and artist Laura Henno presents the outcome of her encounters with migrants from the Réunion to Comoros to the ‘jungle’ of Calais. Through a series of photographs based on the Réunion Islands and her two films (Missing Stories), the photographer merges the individual narratives with the collective history in a genre that lies between documentary realism and art fiction.
Maison Européenne de la Photographie
October 15, 2016 to October 29, 2016
At Musée Cognacq-Jay
Museum Cognac-Jay partners with YIA Art Fair, 2016 for the Hors Les Murs section and presents a collective exhibition “Loups” (“Wolves“) exploring the tragicomic game of power and its contemporary manifestations from Wall Street to Panama. Exhibiting artists explore and attempt to expose, through metaphors, the economic and political errors of our time.
October 6, 2016 to October 23, 2016
At Musée des arts et métiers
Drawing parallels between historical and contemporary art, artists Charlotte Charbonnel, Adrian Couvrat, Lyes Hammadouche, Selma Lepart, Mathieu Briand and Nicolas Merlet-Tubéry, offer a unique look at the permanent collection of the Musée d’arts et métiers.
Musée des arts et métiers
October 29, 2016 to October 30, 2016
At Picasso National Museum
The Atrabile is the new creation of artist Rémy Yadan, conceived specifically for the Picasso National Museum at Paris. Between choreographic and theatrical, the performance will interpret the melancholiness of existence based on the works of Pablo Picasso. Reservations are recommended.
Picasso National Museum
October 16, 2016 to October 16, 2016
At Musée des Archives nationales, Hôtel de Soubise
Rafales – Pavillon de l'Exil. 1ère Escale
Rafales (Gusts) is a choreographic performance that evokes the power of wind as the two moving bodies reinvent themselves in the rhythmic flow and the violent vitality of gusts of wind.
October 10, 2016 to October 23, 2016
At Mairie du 3e Arrondissement
If the installation ‘Dandelion’ reminds one of Marcel Duchamp’s Bicycle Wheel or Ai Weiwei’s Forever Bicycles installation, artist Luc Lapraye’s bicycle wheels laid out in a hemisphere are not just meant to recycle the history of art but they also hint at contemporary ecological issues.
Mairie du 3e Arrondissement
October 7, 2016 to October 20, 2016
At Crédit Municipal de Paris
Cyril Zarcone's Helical Flight (La volée hélicoïdale)
In a direct dialogue with the history of Credit Municipal de Paris’ magnificent building and the remains of a medieval tower that are still visible there, artist Cyril Zircon imagines a staircase, a helical flight (La volée hélicoïdale), potentially locked inside the tower.
Crédit Municipal de Paris
October 20, 2016 to October 20, 2016
At Centre Pompidou
Regards croisés sur les migrants
In the collective consciousness, the phenomenon of migration generates a fictional media and political discourse that obstructs an objective and dispassionate examination of the issue. But, as the work of artist Laura Henno shows, certain fictions (such as, reinvention of personal identities as a means to survival) are integral to migrations. Does the dialogue between philosophy and fiction also take into account the human narrative? The migratory fictions, are they not a part of the reality of migrants? How does it finally translate in visual arts?