Anne and Patrick Poirier, "Danger zone", 2001. Neon and various materials. 7 m x 3,5 m. Claudine and Jean-Marc Salomon collection. Photo: Anne and Patrick Poirier. © ADAGP, Paris 2016.
Anja Luithle, "Broadway", 2008. Fourt-part installation. Silk, motors, steel, sensors, optional spotlight. 120 x 60 x 60 cm. Courtesy of the artiste. © ADAGP, Paris 2016.
Archaeology of the present (Museum collection). Visual communication. © klar agency, 2015.
Choi Byung-So, "Untitled", 2009. Paper, ball-point pen, 54,3 cm x 77,8 cm. Courtesy the artist and Wooson Gallery.
Lee Kang-So, "Emptiness-09092", 2009. Acrylic on canvas. 194 x 259 cm. Courtesy the artist and Wooson Gallery.
JULY 2ND 2016 - JANUARY 29TH 2017
++ ANNE AND PATRICK POIRIER, "DANGER ZONES"
The temporary exhibition by Anne and Patrick Poirier refers to their polymorphic artistic work, focused on memory and the exploration of history. You are invited to discover the highlights in the path of this couple of artists, at once sculptors, architects and archaeologists.
JULY 2ND - OCTOBER 2ND 2016
++ ANJA LUITHLE, "ENCORE ET TOUJOURS" (TIME AND AGAIN)
Born in 1968, the Stuttgart artist Anja Luithle studied under Joseph Kosuth at the "Staatliche Akademie der bildenden Künste Stuttgart" [State Academy of Fine Art in Stuttgart] and is known in Germany for her numerous works on display in public open spaces. This is the first time that she is showing a selection of her largely recent work in a French museum. In addition to her mostly kinetic objects, some of her paintings, drawings and prints are also on display.
MARCH 5TH 2016 - JULY 2017
++ "ARCHÉOLOGIE DU PRÉSENT" (ARCHAEOLOGY OF THE PRESENT), MUSEUM COLLECTION
A reinvented presentation of our collections.
In 2016, the presentation of the Saint-Étienne Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art collection makes it possible for visitors to rediscover the place of objects in the history of art from the early twentieth century to today.
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FEBRUARY 20TH - OCTOBER 16TH 2016
++ CHOI BYUNG-SO AND LEE KANG-SO
As we are currently in the year of French-Korean cultural exchange (2015-2016) the Museum is continuing to support the Korean art scene by welcoming two temporary exhibitions dedicated to Lee Kang-So and Choi Byung-So.
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NOVEMBER 5TH 2016
++ JÉRÉMY DEMESTER
++ MARINE JOATTON
++ MARCO TIRELLI
Museum visiting hours, guided visit, admission...