Who is gazing ?

par Philippe  -  27 Août 2020, 08:48

Who is gazing ?

Exhibition from June 30th to November 20th 2020at the Quai Branly Jacques Chirac Museum, quai Branly 37, 75007 Paris, daily open (10.30am - 7Pm) except Mondays, phone : 01.56.61.70.00, ticket full price : 12€.

 

The Quai Branly Museum begins in 2006 to build a contemporary pictures collection. The goal is to show us the five continents production never exhibited in any European or American art gallery. The exhibition "Who is gazing ?" follows no ways but inspires himself with the Ludwid August Hölsen sentence "The watch belongs to you and ... among other things". The exhibition asks our picture perception like the Samuel Fosso poster shows arousing many questions like : who is looking at ? How many times does it that ? What is the meaning of the watch ? The perception and the representation own both a kind of pedagogic way of making (Bruck Andrew, Dinh Q. Le). Some artists lead inquiries (Mario Garcia Torrès, Sammy B.) or analyze or time connection (José Alejandro Restrepa). "Who is gazing ?" helps at the end to give a new part to museums in a broken world directed by Covid or borders by underlining masterpieces and promoting art.

Photographie de Gosette Lubondo.

Photographie de Gosette Lubondo.

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