Refroidissement et réchauffement en juillet (Cooling and warming in July)

From June 16 to October 8, 2006

For its reopening after an initial phase of works, the Musée Zadkine offers an exhibition whose subject is the museum itself and its context. An artistic reflection on this place of memory and creation, this exhibition places the artists and the public at the heart of the museum’s transformation process. It's an encounter between the site and those who understand it.

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Natacha Nisic - Effroi (Fright)

From June 10 to October 2, 2005

The exhibition is based on the interconnection of film and photographic documents which are the work of Natacha Nisic. Following visits to Auschwitz the artist (born in 1967) came back, haunted by an image: the stagnant water of a reservoir, toads rising violently from the surface like the resuscitated presence of the ashes of the deported…

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Cosmique City Bled

From 4th March to 30th April 2005

Anne Deguelle, Susanna Fritscher, Karim Ghelloussi, Jan Kopp, Valérie Mréjen, Nathalie Roussel, Akio Suzuki and Carmela Uranga. The eight artists in residence during the summer of 2004 are reunited once more for an exhibition.

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Jan Dibbets

From 22nd October 2004 to 13th February 2005

From 22nd October 2004 to 13th February 2005, the Musée Zadkine pays homage to Jan Dibbets, a Dutch artist associated with the conceptual movement of the late 1960s. Included in this exhibition is an unpublished triptych from 1978 and an exceptional collection of work produced during the summer of 2003 (Saenredam-Zadkine) based on areas of the house, garden and studio of Ossip Zadkine.

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Résonances : Akio Suzuki - Ossip Zadkine

From 17th June to 3rd October 2004

Listening in order to see better: that is the guiding principle of the Musée Zadkine programme, within and outside the walls of the museum, for the summer of 2004, through the "Résonances" exhibition which presents the works of Ossip Zadkine on the theme of music, alongside an installation by Akio Suzuki in the studio.

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Pierre Buraglio

From 16th October 2003 to 1st February 2004

Pierre Buraglio, a major figure of contemporary French art, presents the first works resulting from his collaboration with the writer Jean Frémon, a poet, novelist and art critic, at the Musée Zadkine.

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Susanna Fritscher

From 16th May to 5th October 2003

A hitherto unseen installation by Susanna Fritscher, especially designed for the studio of the Musée Zadkine. Susanna Fritscher explores space and exploits the specific nature of the place, both as an object of experimentation and as a building where light plays an essential role.

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From 15th November 2002 to 23rd February 2003

The Luxembourg Gardens, an old photography playground, served as a pretext and a central theme for revisiting childhood territory.

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