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The Venet Foundation presents its summer exhibition in Le Muy, “Homage to David Tudor.”
The Venet Foundation presents its summer exhibition in Le Muy, “Homage to David Tudor.” The exhibition, as part of the cycle of sound artworks which the Foundation inaugurated last summer, showcases Sea Tails (1983), the piece which the American composer created in collaboration with the artist Jackie Matisse and the experimental filmmaker Molly Davies. The piece utilizes Tudor’s conception of sound as raw material, Matisse’s colorful and experimental kite works, and Davies’s explorations of movement and light. The radiant, flowing kites are filmed underwater (in the Bahamas), with the work divided into three 20-minute films of six sequences each, which are looped and simultaneously shown with soundtracks created by Tudor from the seaside and underwater ambient sounds recorded while filming. The sounds and images in tandem form a whole which immerses and interrogates the viewer’s senses and perceptions.
Highlighting the vibrant art scene of Italy from 1960—1975, MAMAC’s exhibition “Vita Nuova” is on view in Nice from May 14—October 2.
Alain Laboile's exhibition "La Famille" presents a series of black and white photographs that freeze moments in time.
Rooted in Homer’s The Odyssey, Fondation Carmignac has transformed its Mediterranean home Villa Carmignac with the group exhibition “Ulysses’ Dream.”
Château La Coste presents “Bob Dylan: Drawn Blank in Provence,” an exhibition of the singer-songwriter’s visual art on view through August 15.
The Château La Coste presents “Moment of Affection”, on view through September 4.
Château La Coste presents “Water and Dreams,” an exhibition of paintings by the mixed-media visual artist Zhou Li.
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Savannah College of Art and Design Lacoste location is showing "Azzedine Alaïa: L’Art de la Mode,” on view through October 29.
MAMO – Cité Radieuse Arts Center, in partnership with Galerie Perrotin, presents “Le Modulor du Basketball.”