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Luma Days #4 Online
« In Transit : A Geography of Change »

This year the 4th edition of Luma Days offers a series of exceptional events broadcast on Luma Arles. A program of conferences, interviews, round tables and some live broadcasts enrich and nourish the theme of Luma Days #4 « In Transit: A Geography of Change ».

The concept of transition is inherent in a time of change and renewal, leading to the transformation of how we deal with the environment, technology, economy, education, health… It calls for a global reconstruction of our systems. It is not limited to a state of mind about the world, but it allows for action to build a more resilient society.

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2020 Speakers

MICHEL BAUWENS
President of the P2P Foundation

A New World in Common

17 April 2020
Chiang Mai (TH)

Through a conversation with Michel Bauwens – Belgian activist who has been working for years in the exploration of peer production, governance, and property – we will develop five different themes related to the current Covid-19 crisis as the “the great revealer and the great accelerator”. He will share with us his analysis on this uncertain period, giving us tools for an Economy that should serve the Common Good, based on contributions to create shared resources. He addresses issues relating to scale, to governance, to mediation, and how to build a better balanced long-term equilibrium.

Biography: Michel Bauwens is the founder and president of the P2P Foundation and works in collaboration with a global group of researchers in the exploration of peer production, governance, and property. Bauwens travels extensively giving workshops and lectures on P2P and the Commons as emergent paradigms and the opportunities they present to move towards a post-capitalist world. Michel is also research director of CommonsTransition.org. a platform for policy development aimed toward a society of the Commons and a founding member of the Commons Strategies Group, with Silke Helfrich and David Bollier, who have organised major global conferences on the commons and economics.

In conversation with:
Maria Finders, Luma Days Curator, Luma Arles
Jan Boelen, Artistic Director, Atelier Luma

JULIEN DOSSIER
Author of Ecological Renaissance

Crisis or Metamorphosis?

23 April 2020
Nantes (FR)

In a series of four video clips from an interview with Julien Dossier, a specialist in ecological transition strategies, we measure the impact of COVID-19. Anthropological changes, the regeneration of nature, the industrial reorganisation and the valorisation of the commons are at the heart of the processes to initiate the mutation towards the post-COVID society.

Biography: Julien Dossier is the head of Quattrolibri, a consulting firm specialised in ecological transition strategies. An expert on sustainable cities, he co-wrote Paris change d’ère. He teaches carbon neutrality strategies at HEC Paris.

In conversation with:
Maria Finders, Luma Days Curator, Luma Arles
Johanna Weggelaar, Algae Platform, Atelier Luma

ALEXANDRE CADAIN
Founder and CEO of Anima

A Crisis of the Imagination

30 April 2020
Paris (FR)

A six-part series of conversations with Alexandre Cadain, founder and CEO of Anima and AI activist, during the lockdown period of the Covid-19 crisis. We discussed a number of topics that are close to his body of work; creating real utopias by exploring positive artificial intelligence and imagination.

Biography: A graduate from ENS Ulm and HEC Paris, passionate about art and technology, Alexandre Cadain currently works on launching the AI Commons’ knowledge hub to democratize AI resources (data, algorithms, computing power).

Since 2017, Alexandre Cadain has been a member of the United Nations’ AI for Good initiative. He is also an ambassador for the XPRIZE Foundation in Europe, especially helping with the AI and the Avatar Prizes. In 2016, he initiated the Post-digital research seminar at Ecole Normale supérieure with Béatrice Joyeux-Prunel. Since 2018, Alexandre has led the program on Economics Futures at HEC Paris and teaches a class on Post-Capitalism for the Sustainability and Social Innovation Masters.

In conversation with:
Maja Hoffmann, Founder and President Luma Foundation, Luma Westbau, Luma Arles
Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, Senior Curator, Luma Arles
Mustapha Bouhayati, CEO, Luma Arles
Maria Finders, Luma Days Curator, Luma Arles

KAVITA SINGH
Professor at the School of Arts and Aesthetics of Jawaharlal Nehru University

Heritage / Belonging

22 September 2020
New Delhi (IN)

One of the great tricks of heritage has been to invert the terms of belonging(s): rather than things belonging to us, we have come to belong to things. A chain of material objects, monuments and artworks becomes the heritage that defines us. The word hereditare that related to heirs, inheritances and property relations, has mutated into something transcendent: heritage is precisely that which is above and beyond individual possession. The rise of secularism was crucial to this maneuver as it allowed artefacts and monuments to be plucked out of a particular context and be symbolically redistributed to a national or a universal ecumene. Today, as the idea of universalism is questioned and secularism is in retreat, what future is there for heritage? The recent re-conversion of Hagia Sophia from museum to mosque is one straw in a quickening wind; the responses the reconversion has invoked reveal the anxieties on all sides. In this talk I will discuss the relationship of secularism and heritage, briefly contrasting the different iterations of secularism – French, Turkish and Indian – which share a name but have been functionally very different from each other. I will then focus on the history and possible future of an iconic Indian monument that has been fetishized, redefined, recontextualised and possibly threatened as the terms of “belonging” – of the Taj Mahal to us, and of us to the Taj Mahal – seem perpetually to be shifting.

Biography: Professor School of Arts and Aesthetics Jawaharlal Nehru University, currently serves as the Dean at the School of Arts and Aesthetics of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU). She received her MFA in 1987 from M.S. University, Baroda and her PhD in 1996 from Punjab University. She was appointed to JNU in 2001. Her research interests cover the history of Indian painting, particularly the Mughal and Rajput schools, and the history and politics of museums, with special reference to India.

GABRIELE DOLFF-BONEKÄMPER
Professor for urban heritage conservation at the Technische Universität

Cultural rights and social frameworks of heritage

22 September 2020
Berlin (DE)

Gabriele Dolff-Bonekämper borrowed the term ‘social frameworks’ from Maurice Halbwachs, from his first book on memory of 1925 (Les cadres socaiux de la mémoire). It is perfectly applicable to heritage debates. As soon as we talk about an individual right to heritage or a “claim” or a demand for restitution, and then the question of how to respond to these claims? It’s then that the term ‘social framework’ may apply. It is more useful than that of the heritage community, so well introduced by the Faro Convention.

Biography: Art and architecture historian, from 1988 to 2002, she was curator at the Historical Monuments Office in Berlin. From 2001 to 2002, she was guest-scholar at the Getty Conservation Institute in Los Angeles. From 2000 to 2011, she was expert of the “Cultural Heritage” group at the Council of Europe. Since 2002, she is professor for urban heritage conservation at the Technische Universität in Berlin. Specialities: History and theory of heritage, places of memory and conflicting heritage and their cultural values, architecture and post-war urban planning in Europe.

Since 2016, she is leading lecturer at the PhD school “Identity and Heritage”; award of the Riksbanken Jubileumsfond 2017, Gothenburg, Sweden.

MICHAEL LUCKEN
Professor of Japanese history at the Inalco and Head of the Ifrae

A mirage and ink: from ancient Greece to contemporary Japan

22 September 2020
Paris (FR)

Modern Japan has enthusiastically appropriated many elements from ancient Greece. Yet there is no proven connection between these two cultures, be it historical, ethnic or linguistic. So on the one hand, we have a reality that all transfers have been mediated by texts and objects; on the other, an imagination that has always wanted to reconstruct possible links. Between the two, a work of translation that has never stopped reinventing itself. Seen from a schematic perspective, “Greek Japan” constitutes a formidable model for rethinking the ownership and circulation of heritage.

Biography: Michael Lucken teaches Japanese history at the National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilisations (Inalco) and runs the National Institute for East Asian Research (Ifrae). His publications include L’Art du Japon au vingtième siècle (Hermann, 2001), Les Japonais et la guerre, 1937–1952 (Fayard, 2013), Nakai Masakazu. Naissance de la théorie critique au Japon (Presses du réel, 2015), Imitation and Creativity in Japanese Arts (Columbia University Press, 2016), Le Japon grec. Culture et possession (Gallimard, 2019).

PIERRE WAT
Professor of art history at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne

Heritage at its borders

22 September 2020
Paris (FR)

By examining the case of the DMZ (or DeMilitarized Zone separating North Korea from South Korea), I will try to bring to light the paradoxes of the contemporary encounter between landscape and heritage. On the one hand, the fecundity of considering this land (248km long by 4km wide) where there is, strictly speaking, nothing to do with a patrimonial view, to read how tragic human history nestles within the banal, thus prompting us to reflect on the idea of patrimonialization linked to this type of landscape. On the other hand, by examining the attempts, particularly in South Korea, to integrate this buffer zone described by Bill Clinton as “one of the scariest places in the world”, within a heritage process that oscillates between conservation (a project had been envisaged to classify this place as a World Heritage site, Due to the presence of rare species), tourism (bicycle tours along the area are organized, with “viewpoints”), and cosmetic make-up, the paradoxes and excesses of the current globalized trend towards heritage will be revealed.

Biography: Professor of art history at the University of Paris I. Specialist in romanticism, author of monographs devoted to Pierre Buraglio and Claude Viallat, he is the author of Constable published by Hazan (2002 and 2010). Pierre Wat has also published numerous texts on contemporary painting, including a remarkable essay, Turner, a magnificent liar (Hazan, 2010). His latest work also published by Hazan editions, Peregrinations, landscapes between nature and history, published in November 2017, received in June 2018 the Prix Vitale and Arnold Blokh awarded by the Jean Blot Foundation.

ÉRIC DE CHASSEY
Director of the National Institute of Art History (INHA)

Mobilizing Heritage – Introduction

22 September 2020
Paris (FR)

Biography: Éric de Chassey is a director of the French National Institute of Art History (INHA) and professor of Modern and Contemporary Art History at the École normale supérieure in Lyon, France. Between 2009 and 2015, he was Director of the French Academy in Rome – Villa Medici. He has published extensively on the arts and visual culture from the 20th and 21st centuries as well as curated numerous exhibitions, in France and the rest of the world.

PAUL GRAHAM RAVEN
Postdoctoral researcher for Lund University (SE)

Nine notions of the metasystemic

22 July 2020
Malmö (SE)

In this video Paul Graham Raven – postdoctoral researcher for Lund University in Sweden, exploring infrastructural reconfigurations for Anthropocene futures – presents his nine notions of the metasystemic followed by a Q&A. Throughout this conversation he offers us his comprehensive view of the neoliberal infrastructure within its own complex geography in the post-Covid world. He questions technological evolution and the connivance of platforms enabling the infrastructure to lock in and perpetuate existing hierarchies, as opposed to protocols. He also addresses the topic of socioeconomic change, and the role of artists and thinkers in this process, as well as their limits.

Biographie : Dr. Paul Graham Raven researches the rhetorics of climate change adaptation for Lund University, where he will start a Marie Skłodowska-Curie Postdoctoral Fellowship from October 2020. His doctoral thesis introduced a relational model of sociotechnical change for exploring the mutual influence of infrastructural systems and social practices, and pioneered the methodology of “narrative prototyping” for sociotechnical transformations.

Paul sometimes works as a critical futurist and freelance researcher, and has collaborated with speculative designers (e.g. Superflux) and conceptual artists (e.g. Katie Paterson) He’s also an author and critic of science fiction, and an occasional journalist and essayist. He lives in Malmö with a duplicitous cat and some guitars.

In conversation with:
Maria Finders, Luma Days Curator, Luma Arles

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KEN DE COOMAN
Architect BC

Designing for Uncertain Times

1 May 2020
Paris (FR), London (GB), Brussels (BE)

This conversation with the architects from Assemble and BC Architects & Studies highlights the various structural and economic issues related to the creation and construction of buildings. Each of them proposes to question new perspectives and to set up practices in consideration of the environment, locality, living together and the sharing of knowledge in a more de-centralized and less competitive world.

In these uncertain times, the “architect” can become an activist by questioning old values and focusing on social impact.

BC
BC is BC architects, studies and materials. BC stands for Brussels Cooperation and points to how BC grew – embedded within place and people. Started in 2012 as a hybrid office, BC is manoeuvring the boundaries of architecture in a doers manner. With three different legal entities, the team engages in a variety of experimental projects through which it designs bioregional and circular architecture, researches educational and construction processes and produces new building materials using local waste streams such as excavated earth.

More on: https://www.bc-as.org/

In conversation with:
Laurens Bekemans, Architect, BC
James Binning, Architect, Assemble
Joe Halligan, Architect, Assemble
Daniel Bell, Architect, Atelier Luma
Mustapha Bouhayati, CEO, Luma Arles
Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, Senior Curator, Luma Arles

Moderation :
Jan Boelen, Artistic Director, Atelier Luma

LAURENS BEKEMANS
Architect BC

Designing for Uncertain Times

1 May 2020
Paris (FR), London (GB), Brussels (BE)

This conversation with the architects from Assemble and BC Architects & Studies highlights the various structural and economic issues related to the creation and construction of buildings. Each of them proposes to question new perspectives and to set up practices in consideration of the environment, locality, living together and the sharing of knowledge in a more de-centralized and less competitive world.

In these uncertain times, the “architect” can become an activist by questioning old values and focusing on social impact.

BC
BC is BC architects, studies and materials. BC stands for Brussels Cooperation and points to how BC grew – embedded within place and people. Started in 2012 as a hybrid office, BC is manoeuvring the boundaries of architecture in a doers manner. With three different legal entities, the team engages in a variety of experimental projects through which it designs bioregional and circular architecture, researches educational and construction processes and produces new building materials using local waste streams such as excavated earth.

More on: https://www.bc-as.org/

In conversation with:
Ken De Cooman, Architect, BC
James Binning, Architect, Assemble
Joe Halligan, Architect, Assemble
Daniel Bell, Architect, Atelier Luma
Mustapha Bouhayati, CEO, Luma Arles
Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, Senior Curator, Luma Arles

Moderation :
Jan Boelen, Artistic Director, Atelier Luma

JAMES BINNING
Architect Assemble

Designing for Uncertain Times

1 May 2020
Paris (FR), London (GB), Brussels (BE)

This conversation with the architects from Assemble and BC Architects & Studies highlights the various structural and economic issues related to the creation and construction of buildings. Each of them proposes to question new perspectives and to set up practices in consideration of the environment, locality, living together and the sharing of knowledge in a more de-centralized and less competitive world.

In these uncertain times, the “architect” can become an activist by questioning old values and focusing on social impact.

Assemble
Assemble is a multi-disciplinary collective working across architecture, design and art. Founded in 2010 to undertake a single self-built project, Assemble has since delivered a diverse and award-winning body of work, whilst retaining a democratic and co-operative working method that enables built, social and research-based work at a variety of scales, both making things and making things happen.

More on: https://assemblestudio.co.uk/

In conversation with:
Ken De Cooman, Architect, BC
Laurens Bekemans, Architect, BC
Joe Halligan, Architect, Assemble
Daniel Bell, Architect, Atelier Luma
Mustapha Bouhayati, CEO, Luma Arles
Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, Senior Curator, Luma Arles

Moderation :
Jan Boelen, Artistic Director, Atelier Luma

JOE HALLIGAN
Architect Assemble

Concevoir pour des temps incertains

1 May 2020
Paris (FR), London (GB), Brussels (BE)

This conversation with the architects from Assemble and BC Architects & Studies highlights the various structural and economic issues related to the creation and construction of buildings. Each of them proposes to question new perspectives and to set up practices in consideration of the environment, locality, living together and the sharing of knowledge in a more de-centralized and less competitive world.

In these uncertain times, the “architect” can become an activist by questioning old values and focusing on social impact.

Assemble
Assemble is a multi-disciplinary collective working across architecture, design and art. Founded in 2010 to undertake a single self-built project, Assemble has since delivered a diverse and award-winning body of work, whilst retaining a democratic and co-operative working method that enables built, social and research-based work at a variety of scales, both making things and making things happen.

More on: https://assemblestudio.co.uk/

In conversation with:
Ken De Cooman, Architect, BC
Laurens Bekemans, Architect, BC
James Binning, Architect, Assemble
Daniel Bell, Architect, Atelier Luma
Mustapha Bouhayati, CEO, Luma Arles
Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, Senior Curator, Luma Arles

Moderation :
Jan Boelen, Artistic Director, Atelier Luma

About

WHAT IS LUMA DAYS?

Luma Days is a yearly forum of art and ideas. It brings together all the activities that compose Luma Arles’ program and kicks off the summer season with a week of public events, conferences, professional workshops, displays, and art installations.

During Luma Days, the city of Arles becomes a center of gravity in the Mediterranean region, where local and international experts, scientists, artists, thinkers, and activists converge with the general public to share ideas and experiences around topical issues.

Each year, Luma Days considers a theme linked to the preoccupations of the foundation and that can make a social impact. In 2017, Luma Days #1 developed Scenarios for a City in a Bioregion. In 2018, Luma Days #2 exchanges were devoted to Hospitality, Searching for Common Ground. In 2019, the theme explored for the third edition refers to one of the major challenges of our time: TOGETHER, a declaration of interdependence.

Past speakers have included:

Etel Adnan, Sina Araghi, Armand Arnal, Michel Bauwens, Sevince Bayrak, Ali Benmakhlouf, Anita Berrizbeitia, Serge Binotto, Daniel Birnbaum, Jan Boelen, Dan Borelli, Mohamed Bourouissa, Nicolas Bourriaud, Alexandre Cadain, Ian Cheng, Maryse Condé, Bice Curiger, Béatrice Dalle, Anya Daly, Farrokh Derakhshani, Virginie Despentes, Elsa Dorlin, Tom Eccles, Olafur Eliasson, Tony Elieh, Roberto Flore, Teresa Galí-Izard, Émilie Gascon, Dominique Gonzalez Foerster, Jon Gray, Joseph Grima, Sandi Hilal, André Hoffmann, Maja Hoffmann, Hadeel Ibrahim, Uzodinma Iweala, Arthur Jafa, Jean Jalbert, Erling Kagge, Kiluanji Kia Henda, Rem Koolhaas, Katell Le Goulven, Pierre-Alexandre Mateos, Han Meyer, Baptiste Morizot, Evgeny Morozov, Mohsen Mostafavi, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Vassilis Oikonomopoulos, Jorge Pardo, Philippe Parreno, Yuri Pattison, Lisa Phillips, Bernard Picon, Paul B. Preciado, Rachel Rose, Christopher Roth, Youmna Saba, Anjalika Sagar, Eric Schlosser, Bruno Schnebelin, Marianna Simnett, Bas Smets, Bernard Stiegler, Charles Teyssou, Francesca Thyssen-Bornemisza, Rirkrit Tiravanija, Saskia van Stein, Renzo Wieder, Karen Wong, Estelle Zhong Mengual…

Previous editions

LUMA DAYS #3 – TOGETHER, a Declaration of Interdependence

Luma Days #3 – TOGETHER, a Declaration of Interdependence

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22 – 25 May 2019

The theme explored for this new edition refers to one of the major challenges of our time: TOGETHER, a declaration of interdependence

Why do we discuss interdependence today?
The concept of interdependence appeared in 1944 with the writings of the American philosopher and historian Will Durant, author of the first Declaration of Interdependence, a manifesto that claims the principles of equality and freedom as vectors of harmony. Over time, the notions of ethics, environment, ecology, have nourished the topic and its scope, as interdependence is not limited to the relations of human to human but of the human in the world, by taking into account the direct impact of the human imprint on the environment.
While collaborative structures have existed throughout time, the early 21st century brought a growing desire for interdependence, and the establishment of more concrete actions in this respect. In a « post-work » world, our way of living together and working together will be challenged. How can we balance the new interdependence between man and machine? How do we deal with governance, responsibly, and legislative and regulatory environment where these questions can be explored and resolved?
Luma Days #3 examines interdependence as a tool to forge new links between Arts and Culture, Environment and Human Rights, Education and Research.

As part of Luma Days #3, the exhibition A School of Schools: Design as Learning is the exceptional setting of the discussions and public events on the theme of interdependence.

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LUMA DAYS #2 – HOSPITALITY: Searching for Common Ground

Luma Days #2 – HOSPITALITY: Searching for Common Ground

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14 – 19 May 2018

The theme of this second edition is Hospitality: Searching for Common Ground.
While hospitality is a fundamental value of any culture, linked to the timeless and universal ideal of profound affiliation, today it seems to have lost its true meaning, until recently adopting a contrary resonance.
Our project at the Parc des Ateliers, an interdisciplinary platform that produces and hosts artistic and cultural activities, was conceived as a site for hospitality. This theme is also inherent in the design of the site’s park and garden. Hospitality is an individual act and a collective action, that of course goes beyond the limits of the Parc des Atelier and affects every citizen in Arles and the Camargue region.
Throughout the week, several themes follow and nourish the exchanges around hospitality, such as climate change, design, territorial resilience, heritage, culture, foreign, identity… The Luma Nights host shows, performances and DJ sets and make way for enchantment and celebration.

Luma Days #2 Program

Podcasts

Hospitality: Anticolonial Approach

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Hospitality: the Notion of Domination

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Hospitality: A Philosophic Perspective

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Hospitality in Perspective (FR)

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Hospitality: Migrant Crisis (FR)

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Hospitality: Openness to the Foreign (FR)

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LUMA DAYS #1 – Scenarios for a City in a Bioregion

Luma Days #1 – Scenarios for a City in a Bioregion

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14 – 19 May 2017


This first edition of Luma Days, entitled Scenarios for a City in a Bioregion, presents an annual event created and designed by Luma Arles.
Located at the intersection of art, design, technology, activism and ecology, Luma Days act as a mediator between local and global and draw credible and sustainable scenarios thanks to the implementation of creative and collaborative processes. During this event, the research and production work carried out by Atelier Luma is shared with the public, as this laboratory aims to place Arles on the map of platforms for reflection and innovation.

This first edition is created in collaboration with Ideas City and the New Museum in New York.
The stage is set to explore scenarios for the city of Arles and its rural context. Bringing together international and local experts and influencers, the weeklong workshops reflects on the possibilities and opportunities of five future city scenarios: 1/City of Culture & Agriculture; 2/ City as Campus: 3/ 21st Century Factory Town; 4/ UNESCO City 3.0, and 5/The Global Village.

Luma Days #1 Program

Luma Days Journals

Luma Days Review

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From 27 June to 27 September 2020
Permanent Collection
Musée Départemental Arles Antique

Openning the 30 May 2020
Exhibitions
Musée Réattu

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PANDORA’S BOX
From 15 February to 31 December 2020
Exhibition
Anne Clergue Galerie

ROUGEMONT , L’AQUARELLE ET SON DOUBLE
From 11 September to 3 October 2020

SACHIKO MORITA
From 17 September to 3 October 2020
Exhibition
Galerie Huit

OPENWALLS & SECRETSPACES
From 26 June to 27 September 2020
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Indian Summer(s)

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10 days
100+ events
100+ participants
100+ locations
1 auction

From 17 to 27 September 2020
Debates, workshops and conferences
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ACCRO DE NATURE
The European Nomadic Biennial
Manifesta 13, Marseille

TRAITS D’UNION.S
From 28 August to 29 November 2020
Exhibition
Collection Lambert, Avignon

À travers les yeux d’Yvon Lambert,
20 ans après…

From 2 June to 15 November 2020
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Carré d’Art, Nîmes

FACES
A Look At The Other
From 19 June to 27 September 2020

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