Tainted Love, club edit exhibition

par Philippe  -  11 Février 2019, 08:28

Tainted Love, club edit exhibition

Exhibition at the Villa Arson from February 8 to May 26, 2019 open devery days except Thursday from 2pm to 6pm, closed May 1rst, 20 Stephen Liegeard avenue, 06105 Nice, Cedex 2, phone : 04.92.07.73.73, admission free.

 

"Tainted Love, edit club" exhibition follows the purpose being the snapchat of a period of time with his positive and negative sides. Since the biginning of the 1980's the materialism takes an important part inside our societies. A counter culture develop itself for fighting against this phenomenon in New - York, London and Paris clubs immortalized by the Pierre René Worms pictures. This counter culture attracks itself with social and politics involvements (Nina Beier) and the club members the clubbers who come from different backgrounds try to find solutions (DSTCHK). The clubbers protect and defend the cross breeding (Tarik Kiswanson) or support the safe value (Azzedine Saleck). The clubbers play also with codes for creating new codes or ridiculing the social conventions (Lise Haller Baggesen). The exhibition underlines with good sense the fact that clubbing can also produces excesses (Vava Dudu), telling lies (Oliver Payne, Nick Relph) or may be stay only a provoker (Betty Tompkins). The risk of the clubbers excesses is to transform the clubbing to a dancing marathon where all the participants danced until the exhaustion for winning few.

Pierre René Worms "Fête au Palace, Paris" (1979), Celia Hempton "Kasja" (2016), Travis Boyer "Panty run" (2019)
Pierre René Worms "Fête au Palace, Paris" (1979), Celia Hempton "Kasja" (2016), Travis Boyer "Panty run" (2019)
Pierre René Worms "Fête au Palace, Paris" (1979), Celia Hempton "Kasja" (2016), Travis Boyer "Panty run" (2019)

Pierre René Worms "Fête au Palace, Paris" (1979), Celia Hempton "Kasja" (2016), Travis Boyer "Panty run" (2019)

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