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The Château La Coste presents “Moment of Affection”, on view through September 4.
June 22, 2022 - September 4, 2022
Château La Coste presents “Moment of Affection”, the British photographer Mary McCartney’s first solo exhibition in France, on view through September 4. The 23 photographs in the show, mostly taken on film with a Leica camera, are organized around two themes: subtle emotions of affection, and rawer expressions of love. The first group features portraits and still lifes, showcasing McCartney’s gift for capturing tenderness in even the most candid moments, as in Family Circle, Sussex, 1999, a color photograph of her father sleeping on a sofa with her baby son. The second group features such kinetic, lively works as Kick Back, New York, 2004, photographs of Royal Ballet dancers preparing behind the scenes.
Speaking on the show, McCartney has said: “I have taken my time, looking through every contact sheet and photograph in my archive to discover ‘Moment of Affection.’ I found simple moments, yet incredibly rich in feelings. And here they are.”
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.
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.”
The Fondation Linda & Guy Pieters presents “Temptation,” an exhibition by the interdisciplinary Belgian artist Koen Vanmechelen on view through August 28.