Sport in Rennes, the Pinault exhibition already in full montage: "Everyone is on foot works"
Rennes. The False JOKER trial broadcast on Twitch on Thursday 22 April
© West-France Students turned this fictitious trial under the MEM marquee, south of Rennes. Every year, the law students from the University of Rennes 1 play a false trial on the foundation. This time, it is the character of the Joker who found himself at the bar of this fictional court. No audience as usual, but a broadcast this Thursday, April 22 on the Twitch Streaming platform. Every year, the law students of the University of Rennes 1 play a false trial on the foundation.
The 106 works arrived at the Convent of Jacobins, Rennes, for the exhibition of the Pinault collection which will open on June 12, 2021. The assembly started Monday, May 3. Former Minister of Culture Jean-Jacques Aillagon, Exhibition Commissioner, is on-site two days to place works.
The Jacobins Convent,is a real anthill. Caisses containing 106 works, photographs, video, sculptures, paintings, drawings and even two Balenciaga dresses of the 1960s, one white, the other black, are installed everywhere in the rooms.
The mounting ofcollection that goes Gathering works by Jeff Koons, Man Ray, Paul McCarthy, Dorothea Lange, but also Last Support, from Hiroshi Sugimoto, inspired by the Léonard de Vinci Supper started on Monday, May 3, 2021. We can already see from outside The black rain of the artist Adel Abdessémed, who will take place in the cloister.
Rennes. The PSA-Stellantis factory returns to production, after nine days of stop
© Lucie Weeger / Archives West-France near Rennes, in Chartres-de-Bretagne, the PSA-Stellantis factory usually manufactures 5008 and C5 AIRCROSS. It's a breath that will last two days. As of April 19, 2021 because of a piece shortage, the production lines of PSA-Stellantis, Chartres-de-Bretagne, near Rennes, were able to resume production. Employees will also work Thursday, April 29, but the company has no more visibility as to the recovery of the activity.
Interview with Jean-Jacques Aillagon, former Minister and Exposure Commissioner of the event.
How is this start of exposure assembly?
All works have arrived. Everyone is on work to unpack. We start with the heaviest works, the most bulky, the most difficult to manipulate.
Information has led to what the work "the head of the head" of Adel Abdesemed, iconic of the collection, had suffered damage?
This is extravagant information. On all exhibition mounts, we work with art restaurateurs to repair small flaws, accidents. It is the normal life of an exposure assembly. To talk about it is to make a mountain of a tumbler.
Have you operated changes compared to what you planned last year?
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Compared to the exhibition we had prepared for last year and was postponed, we have just brought some retouching. Two works are no longer available, they had already been reserved for other exhibitions. They will be replaced. But the major works of the collection, those who will mark the public, will be present.
At the Jacobins Convent, you already view the exhibition?
It is a great pleasure to find the convent of the Jacobins, where the exhibitionThis is the same place but that we approach differently by reversing the course. Visitors will begin with the cloister, the old part to finish in the more contemporary part of the building. Taking into account the sanitary protocol that requires dissociating the input and output streams has made an additional dimension.
Exhibition will be very different from the previous one, more minimalist, more radical?
At each exhibition, we try to give a different point of view on the works of the collection. In the standing exhibition! We were committed to exposing works that showed the commitment of artists for minorities, oppressed. This time, it is a guided approach by the singularity of the collection, the taste of François Pinault for the counting. We present works around black and white. With this question: why in the twentieth century, artists like photographers, who could use the color, made the choice of black and white? Why sculptors, painters can make the choice of radicalism?
A mounting used by Total financed the Burmese junta, reports the world
Total-Burma: A montage used by Total financed the Junta Burmese, reports the world © Reuters / Sarah Meyssonnier A montage used by Total financed the Junta Burmese Paris (Reuters) - a complex financial assembly passing through the Bermuda used by Total and its partners since the 1990s has allowed the military to power in Burma to divert from the State funds hundreds of millions of dollars from Gas sales produced in the country, reports on Tuesday the newspaper Le Monde.
The exhibition "standing! Had attracted more than 90,000 visitors. Do the sanitary constraints are not at risk of curbing attendance and generating frustration?
After a year of extinction, one feels a great desire for culture, to see works. And attaching that a maximum of people can access the exhibition, it is a schedule management, hospitality. It is important to allow the highest affluence that sanitary conditions can allow. There is a good index. We opened on Friday morning the ticket office forscholarship in Paris, which will house the Pinault collection. Two hours later, there were already 3,000 bookings.
From June 12 to August 29, 2021, at the Jacobins Convent in Rennes.on
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