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Enthusiasts Rennes. The Museum of Fine Arts finds its patio

13:40  17 october  2020
13:40  17 october  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Le patio peut de nouveaux accueillir des expositions. © Ouest-France The patio can once again host exhibitions.

After 8 months of work, the refurbished glass roof lets light through again and offers an exhibition "the return of light".

It has been ten months since the patio hosted an exhibition. A project had been launched to resolve waterproofing problems. “The glass roof had been rebuilt after World War II. It had been completely blown up during the bombardment of the Pont Pasteur. It had never been touched up since " explains Jean-Roch Bouiller, director of the Rennes Museum of Fine Arts. The site took longer than expected, ten months in total, "It was a big, complicated site. We kept the metal frame, but changed all the glasses. In addition, there was containment, the site was interrupted for two months. " Cost of the operation: € 330,000 including tax.

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The Fine Arts Museum by Barozzi Veiga is a project that works autonomously, integrating with it ’ s site in order to generate a dialogue within the public space, while using both ornamentation on the facade and the interior plan composition to establish a common language between the two distinct parts of

Its collections range from ancient Egypt antiquities to the Modern art period and make the museum one of the most important in France outside Paris, notably for its paintings and drawings holdings. Facebook facebook.com/pages/ Museum - of - Fine - Arts -of- Rennes /128492113861638.

The patio, “lung of the museum”, therefore finds natural light and the rays of the sun. The museum offers an exhibition there: “The return of light: Soulages, Molnar, Ming…”, with a series of paintings around black and white “which has emerged to answer this question of what links artists in light ” We discover works from the collection with artists who have composed with light, played with contrasts, such as Soulages and his deep black, or the abstract works of Vera Molnar or François Morellet.

This exhibition is also a nod to the next exhibition, the raw color scheduled for next summer, which will unleash a festival of colors.

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