Iconographic Season 14/15_1

ART/GENEVA 2015

27.01.2015 to 01.02.2015
FÉLICIA ATKINSON, HIPPOLYTE HENTGEN, SARAH PICKERING, BATIA SUTER
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JOE SCANLAN, CLASSISM

16.01.2015 to 14.02.2015
JOE SCANLAN, Classism
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THE APPROPRIATIONNIST (against and with)

16.01.2015 to 14.03.2015
PIERRE-OLIVIER ARNAUD, SARAH CHARLESWORTH, RENE GARCIA ATUQ, DOUGLAS GORDON, IFP, TOBIAS KASPAR, BRIAN KENNON, FRANÇOIS LANCIEN-GUILBERTEAU, SHERRIE LEVINE, RICHARD PETTIBONE, STURTEVANT
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CLEMENT RODZIELSKI (Green Path)

18.10.2014 to 20.12.2014
CLEMENT RODZIELSKI
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DES-COLLAGES

17.10.2014 to 20.12.2014
BARBARA BREITENFELLNER, ERRO, KARIM GHELLOUSSI, THOMAS HIRSCHHORN, VERONIQUE PORTAL, CLEMENT RODZIELSKI, MARTHA ROSLER, LINDER STERLING, JOHN STEZAKER, etc.
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Swiss Season | Swiss Time Project _ 13/14

Didier Rittener_exhibition at villa du parc from 5/07 to 21/09/14

DIDIER RITTENER

05.07.2014 to 21.09.2014
The Villa du Parc Contemporary Art Center has begun a seasonal collaboration through several exhibitions and types of support with the Swiss artist Didier Rittener. The aim is to render the public on a number of occasions both witness to and viewer of an approach and a dynamic of work in progress.
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"le syndrome de bonnard", exhibition view, villa du parc, 2014

LE SYNDROME DE BONNARD [The Bonnard Syndrome]

05.04.2014 to 31.05.2014
It is said that the painter Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947) tried to surreptitiously rework certain details in his pictures several times late in his life. He was even stopped by a guard at the Musée du...
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LA REPUBLIQUE, medio tutissimus ibis

18.01.2014 to 22.03.2014
LA REPUBLIQUE comes to Villa du Parc as a fictional perverted utopian project, a totalitarian space entirely devoted to the cult of wishy-washy consensus, individualism and the dilution of identity...
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At Set Times, Not a Minute to Lose

11.10.2013 to 30.01.2014
To start off the Villa du Parc’s Swiss season, « À heures fixes, pas une minute à perdre » (At Set Times, Not a Minute to Lose) plays the identity card, so to speak, the Swiss sense of identity that...
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