Group exhibition as part of the program conceived in celebration of Triangle France’s 20th anniversary
14 February, 2015 — 19 April, 2015
Opening 13 February, 2015
“A new work by Clémence Seilles especially commissioned for the occasion and created in collaboration with Deborah Bowmann, Theo Demans, Laure Jaffuel and SANKS.
Artworks, new commissions and performances by: Eva Barto, Raymond Boisjoly, Jean-Alain Corre, Hedwig Houben, Rémi Illig, Gail Pickering, Monica Restrepo, Sabrina Soyer, Thomas Teurlai, Lina Viste Grønli, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.
Talks and events with: Alessio Antoniolli, Tenzing Barshee, Dorothée Dupuis, Géraldine Gourbe, Margaret Honda, Céline Kopp, Sandra Patron, Bruno Peinado, Lili Reynaud Dewar, Alun Williams, etc.
Curated by Dorothée Dupuis, Céline Kopp, and Sandra Patron for our anniversary program and for the 2015 artistic season of Le Cartel.
As part of the program conceived in celebration of Triangle France’s 20th anniversary, we are pleased to introduce Moucharabieh, a group exhibition, and a series of performances and events in direct dialogue with the accompanying solo exhibition Sculptures by Margaret Honda. For this occasion, the two former directors of Triangle France, Sandra Patron (1999-2007), and Dorothée Dupuis (2007-2012), as well as current director Céline Kopp (since 2012) have decided to collaborate and curate a program affirming the continuity of Triangle France’s commitment towards artists and critical thinking. Artists and speakers have been brought together and invited to address a common question: What is the nature of commitment and what are the conditions of maintaining it? In this context, we are pleased to present a new commission by French artist Clémence Seilles (b. 1984). In lending its title to the exhibition, this work functions as a dynamic structure to which artists were invited to respond with new works, performances, and events.”