March 1967- Musée d’art et d’industrie of Saint-Etienne- Philippe Favier discovered contemporary art and Le Fiancé by Francis Picabia.
“I received my first bike at the age of twelve, since then, I have been on the road.” (Paul Morand)
On the occasion of the first great retrospective exhibition of this artist born in Montpellier in 1938, this catalogue of over-400 pages will present the work of a main witness and actor of the great upheavals of contemporary painting in the 60s.
Laboratory for diverse artistic forms, the collective FRIGO led from Lyon a very active international network of fine art artists, choreographers, poets, comedians, writers and musicians in between 1978 and 1990.
On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Le Corbusier’s passing, Anish Kapoor was invited to make his work dialogue with the La Tourette convent’s architectural patrimony. This confrontation gives place to an exhibition that changes the way we see and look at the convent.
Since around 1969, Villeglé has had a real passion for signs, typography, graphic experiments and poetry. This passion gave way to his famous sociopolitical alphabet, a vast repertoire of thousands elements from various world cultures he reinvents and recomposes.