Faire flamboyer l’avenir, Lectoure

16.07.2022 - 19.09.2022

Centre d’art et de photographie de Lectoure
Maison de Saint-Louis
8 cours Gambetta

32700 Lectoure, France

Le festival L’été photographique is an unmissable highlight of the annual program of the Lectoure Art and Photography Center which works daily, in the Gers in Occitanie, to create, share an artistic project and participate in the cultural dynamics of this rural territory, with a permanent concern for high artistic standards. Each year, this summer event deployed in several emblematic places of Lectourois heritage, invites visitors to discover temporary exhibitions and one-off events in atypical places, real catalysts of creativity, field of observation, experimentation and sharing. for artists, teams and visitors.

Faire flamboyer l’avenir with Anna & Bernhard Blume, Philippe Braquenier & David De Beyter,

Thorsten Brinkmann, Nicolás Combarro, David Coste, Étienne Courtois, Louis Dassé, France Dubois,

Anne-Charlotte Finel, Ouka Leele, Marie Losier, Annabelle Milon, Paul Ritter, Alexey Shlyk, Miguel Ángel Tornero, William Wegman, Ian Wilson. 

Curated by Émilie Flory

HYBRIDS: Forging New Realities as Counter-Narrative

10 September - 17 October 2021
Melkweg Expo
Marnixstraat 409
1017 PJ Amsterdam

Swan Song will be presented as a part of  festival HYBRIDS: Forging New Realities as Counter-Narrative, which will take place both in Amsterdam (NL) and online. 

For the main exhibition, HYBRIDS explores this year’s theme through the projects of eleven artists: Maija Savolainen, Hien Hoang, Emily Graham, Carlos Alba, Eva Kreuger, Marta Bogdanska, Valeria Cherchi, Io Sivertsen, Lena Dobrowolska & Teo Ormond-Skeaping and myself together with Ben Van den Berghe.

Curated by Marina Paulenka (former artistic director of Unseen).

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Modular Models


Saturday 17.07.2021
Sunday 18.07.2021
12:00 – 21:00

The Mothership, Albert Grisarstraat 52,  Antwerp

The Mothership is delighted to announce the opening of the exhibition by Alexey Shlyk and Ben Van den Berghe in collaboration with Atelier Oh. ‘Modular Models’ examines potential modes of exhibition making, thereby referencing the imaginative, sculptural and socio-cultural meanings of architectural models.

Space and image have long been the defining parameters of Shlyk’s and Van den Berghe’s collaborative practice. ‘Modular Models’ introduces a new chapter in their research into the embodied experience of these two elements. With their modular building sets, they have not only devised a practical tool to envision transformative spatial installations, but also a triggering method to study and play with photographic architecture.

Conceived as a work-in-progress residency, the exhibition invites visitors - over the course of an opening and closing weekend - to activate and engage with the materials, opening up different perspectives and possibilities. In-situ interventions relate their ongoing work to the modular mechanics of the peculiar gallery space.

Closing weekend: 

Sat&Sun, 4/5 September 2021 

12 – 21 h

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