Enthusiasts Nantes. The Museum of Arts proposes to dive into the heart of the
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A unique collection in peril: riddled with debt, with the health crisis at its end, the only French workshop-museum of 'Fan, one of the smallest Parisian museums, is under threat of eviction. © Provided by franceinfo Both a museum and an old-fashioned fan-making workshop, this living heritage company counts among its latest clients fashion houses but also film productions such as "Marie-Antoinette" by Sofia Coppola .
stopped in its momentum by the October confinement, just after its opening, the exhibition of the Museum of Arts of Nantes is extended.
"Every day in every way, I'm going better and better. Every day in every way, I'm getting better. Every day ... » In this period of, one only requires believing at this cumbered emile formula.
In its famous method, the psychotherapist advocated to repeat it twenty times each day., it is a voice at accelerated flow, first as a buzz, which states this sentence to the visitor. When she becomes intelligible, while we keep the eye riveted on the rotations of a black and white spiral, we are as snapped in this installation of Alain Dry.
rush west of the Parisians after the ads of the containment
© Ludovic Marin / AFP A few hours before the entry into force of the new confinement, Friday evening at midnight, many Francilians rushed in the Parisian stations in the direction from the province. Two hours of TGV later, many of them found themselves in the region of Nantes, where they chose to pass this third containment. Direct consequence of the ads of Jean Castex , a human tide again broke up, Friday morning on the platform of the railway station.
A work that illustrates the exposure:, through the times.
inspiration and fascination
A relationship made of inspiration and fascination that starts, around 1780, with Franz Anton Mesmer. This Viennese doctor is the founder of the theory of animal magnetism, ancestor of hypnosis.
"In Vienna then Paris, its sessions were a global show to engulf the viewer, details Pascal Rousseau, professor at the Sorbonne and the School of Fine Arts of Paris, Commissioner of Expo Nantaise. is already the beginning of immersive art. Courbet
to the Optical Art of the 1960s, passing through Dalí, the visitor travels to the center of hypnosis. He discovers the surprising drawings of the theophilic sculptor Bra, made around 1825 in a state of "artificial somnambulism" as they say at the time. Or, a century later, those of surrealists like Robert Desnos.
A Strasbourg, give the blood opens the doors of the Museum of Modern Art
in the imposing nave of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Strasbourg (Mamcs), the donors follow one another on twelve stretchants aligned, rewarded by a visit guided, free and confidential. © Provided by FranceInfo Monday 12 April afternoon, blood donors have succeeded from years the imposing nave of the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Strasbourg (Mamcs), on the twelve aligned stretchers, arm tense and Closed fist they are taken from about half a liter of blood.
"Under hypnosis, everything is intensified"
and then, seizing in the cinema of the light brothers and Fritz Lang. "With the images that crack on the screen and the room in the dark, the cinema is the hypnotic art par excellence", specifies Pascal Rousseau.
Since the end of the eighteenth century, artists have experienced how hypnosis could contribute to "create otherwise. Under hypnosis, everything is intensified. This modified consciousness state allows them to reach deeper layers where, as released, there are unexplored resources, new artistic forms.
The visit ends with an immersive experience with the protean installation, in the chapel of the oratory, adjoining the Museum of Arts. Established by Tony Oursler, which exposes at MOMA in New York or at the Pompidou Center, this strange work plunges the visitor into the heart of the thought of this American artist fascinated by hypnosis, which also denounces the drifts of modern technologies. It's upset!
Museum of Arts of Nantes, until August 22nd (installation of Tony Oursler, Chapel of the Oratory until September 12th), 11 h-7 pm, except Tuesday. 8 €, free - 18 years old. Reservation required on MuseeedartsDenantes.NantesMetropole.fr or on site.
The "Collectif Nantais" details its project with Landreau on the first line .
© provided by Sofoot The "Collectif Nantais" details its project with Landreau in first line fifteen years All round as the supporters Nantais await the return of Mickaël Landreau at the yellow house .