The video and photographic work of Florence Chevallier (born in 1955, currently living and working in Paris) overlaps between document and allegory while exploring the genres of landscape, portrait, self-portrait and genre scene.
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.
Fragments is a unique dialogue between poetry, music, visual and digital arts.
Marc Alexandre Oho Bambe’s text is echoed by Fred Ebami’s illustrations and Alain Larribet’s music. Available via QR code.
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.