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10:00 [10:00-17:00] « Meilleures Mains de France® » : 6ème édition du concours
Location:
Espace Pierre Cardin
1, avenue Gabriel
75008 Paris
M° Concorde, Champs-Elysées - Clemenceau
France
Phone : +33 (0)1 44 56 02 02
Mail : gdesabran@pierrecardin.fr
Internet Site : www.pierrecardin.com/Dculture/espace_cardin_gb.html
Description:
Le 6ème opus de ce concours entre professionnels du bien-être a pour objectif d'élire les meilleurs Spas Praticiens de France de l'année 2016. Une journée de compétition dense et active qui sacrera les 9 profils les plus brillants dans leur expertise de massage de bien-être et selon 3 types de catégories.

A la fin de cette journée de compétition, les gagnants de chaque catégorie recevront un certificat « Meilleures Mains de France® » par la Présidente du Jury 2016 : Déborrha Guillouf, Meilleure Ouvrière de France 2011 en esthétique, maquillage et soins corporels.





[14:00-18:00] Vernissage de l'exposition "Wasteland: New Art from Los Angeles"
Location:
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac Pantin
69, avenue du Général Leclerc
93500 Pantin
M° Gare SNCF Pantin
France
Phone : +33 (0)1 55 89 01 10
Fax : +33 (0)1 55 89 01 11
Mail : galerie@ropac.net
Internet Site : www.ropac.net/contact/paris-pantin
Description:
Wasteland: New Art from Los Angeles
Curated by Shamim M. Momin / LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division)

Wasteland: New Art from Los Angeles is a group exhibition curated by LAND (Los Angeles Nomadic Division)'s Director and Curator, Shamim M. Momin, at two parallel venues in Paris: the Mona Bismarck American Center and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin. The exhibition will be on view from March 12 through July 17, 2016. Hours of viewing at the Mona Bismarck American Center are Wednesday through Sunday, 11 am to 7 pm and Thursday, 11 am to 9 pm; Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin, are Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 7 pm. Wasteland features many of the most exciting contemporary artists based in Los Angeles, including Edgar Arceneaux, Lisa Anne Auerbach, Math Bass, Mark Bradford, Sam Falls, Daniel Joseph Martinez, Jonathan Pylypchuk, Fay Ray, Ry Rocklen, Amanda Ross-Ho, Analia Saban, Shannon Ebner/Erika Vogt, and Brenna Youngblood. The artists will be present for press previews and opening receptions at both venues: Mona Bismarck American Center: March 11, 2016, 7 - 9 pm; Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Pantin: March 13, 2016, 2 - 6 pm. A roundtable discussion with the artists and moderated by Momin will be held at the Mona Bismarck American Center on March 12, 2016 at 3 pm.

On the occasion of this unprecedented collaboration between LAND, the Mona Bismarck American Center, and Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, new commissions by the fourteen participating artists, as well as recent works, will be on view. The entirety of the works respond to their respective exhibition spaces, providing a unique dialogue between the works themselves. As part of LAND's first international endeavor, the organization has initiated an original partnership between a cultural institution and a gallery in France, creating parallel entry-points to the artists' creations. Furthering the dialogue between two of the most dynamic art cities in the world, LAND and its partners will present curated programming that will take place in both Paris and Los Angeles throughout the run of the exhibition. A full schedule of events will be announced in the coming weeks.

Drawing on T.S. Eliot's seminal modernist poem, The Waste Land, as the thematic thread between the 14 participating artists, the exhibition presents a reflexive, complex, multi-dimensional conversation about the poetics of despair, the search for true connection, the tenuous state of morality, and the uncertainty, yet necessity, of the future. The original text was published in 1922, written at a moment of disturbing parallel to the present, one of great disillusionment with the state of the world politically (post WWI) and culturally (the modern urban landscape) and individually (the increasing loss of true communication, connection, and faith).

Beyond the literary referent, the title also evokes other definitions and connotations - whether the old chestnut (long disproven but still present) of Los Angeles as a "cultural wasteland", or a more literal reading of the word applied to the physical geography of both the city and the natural landscape of Southern California. It additionally calls to mind resonant images of the post-apocalyptic, the post-human, the potential future, largely created through the image magic of Los Angeles' greatest export, Hollywood.
Diverse in nature and practice, the artists in Wasteland, who are all connected to Los Angeles, work in many different media and modes of presentation - a kind of "expanded practice" in which all aspects of their oeuvre are considered equally important; a performance as much as a sculpture, an interactive installation as much as a painting, a music group as much as a photograph. In keeping with this approach, this exhibition is an opportunity to additionally consider site - both the specific venues, as well as the city of Paris itself - as part of the work presented. In every case, the artist will create a newly commissioned work or recombine works to create a conversation with and between the two venues, as well as the two cities.

Reconsidering the idea of Los Angeles as a wasteland, the exhibition highlights a number of techniques, materials, and themes, examples of which include Edgar Arceneaux's sculptural labyrinth library of crystallized books and scrolls engaging notions of the trajectory of Art History and African American identity; Lisa Anne Auerbach's pairings of her political and provocative knitted panels and matching garments; Mark Bradford's cascading sculptural painting in the staircase at the Mona Bismarck American Center of shreds of paper strips caked with paint and other debris edited from another work, referencing Bradford's material and artistic waste; and Jon Pylypchuk's anthropomorphic and otherworldy sculptural figures made of castaway objects such as cigarettes and old tennis rackets.

A catalogue will be published on the occasion of the exhibition, with an overall thematic text by Shamim M. Momin. Los Angeles-based writers, art historians, editors, and curators have been selected to contribute one essay specific to each of the fourteen artists on view. The writers include Andrew Berardini, Carol Cheh, Trinie Dalton, Cesar Garcia, Suzanne Hudson, Laura Hyatt, Jamillah James, Kristina Kite, Sharon Mizota, Julian Myers, Claire Rifelj, and Kate Wolf.






[15:00-19:00] Nosbé dédicace son Opus Délits « Horror Vacui »
Location:
Le cabinet d'amateur
12, rue de la Forge Royale
75011 Paris
M° Faidherbe - Chaligny, Ledru-Rollin, Charonne
France
Phone : +33 (0)1 43 48 14 06
Mail : contact@lecabinetdamateur.com
Internet Site : www.lecabinetdamateur.com
Description:
Présentation de deux nouvelles sérigraphies numérotées et signées !

Nosbé, Horror Vacui
Auteur : Chrixcel
Date de parution : 23/09/2014
Editeur : Criteres Eds
Collection : Opus Délits, numéro 48

[15:30] Livre sur Seine
Location:
Berges sur Seine
Ports de Solférino, Invalides et Gros Caillou
75007 Paris
M° Invalides, Assemblée Nationale, Alma - Marceau
France
Internet Site : lesberges.paris.fr
Description:
Dimanche 13 mars à 15h30, Quai Anatole France (7e)
Entre le Pont de la Concorde et la Passerelle Léopold Sedar-Senghor

A quelques jours du Salon du livre, Paris accueillera un hors les murs inédit, qui prendra la forme d'une déambulation littéraire, familiale et gratuite, sur les berges de la Seine.

La Ville de Paris et le Syndicat National de l'Edition, en partenariat avec le Centre National du Livre, organisent Livre sur Seine, manifestation qui offrira une immersion dans l'univers du livre en amont du salon Livre Paris, qui se tiendra du 17 au 20 mars.

Des expositions organisées par les éditeurs jeunesse seront présentées sous la forme d'un parcours sur les berges de la Seine, avec des animations dédiées au jeune public, de la petite enfance à l'adolescence : rencontres avec des auteurs, lectures de contes, ateliers manuels.

Bruno Julliard, premier adjoint à la Maire de Paris en charge de la culture, ira dimanche à la rencontre des Parisiens présents à cet événement familial et gratuit qui témoigne de l'ambition du Salon du livre et de la Ville de Paris de donner le goût de la lecture à un public toujours plus nombreux et diversifié.

Personnalités présentes :
- Bruno Julliard, premier adjoint à la Maire de Paris, en charge de la culture, du patrimoine, des métiers d'art, des entreprises culturelles, de la nuit et des relations avec les arrondissements
- Vincent Montagne, Président du Syndicat national de l'édition et de Livre Paris
- Vincent Monadé, président du Centre National du Livre







[16:00-19:00] Vernissage de Behi Shamiri
Location:
Galerie Arnaud Bard
F.A.E.
92, avenue Jean-Baptiste Clément
92100 Boulogne-Billancourt
M° Pont de Saint-Cloud
France
Phone : +33 (0)1 46 04 11 75
Mobile : +33 (0)6 70 77 36 47
Fax : +33 (0)1 46 04 11 75
Mail : info@fae.fr
Internet Site : www.fae.fr
Description:
du 10 mars au 4 avril 2016

VERNISSAGES
Mercredi 9 mars 18h30 à 21h30
Dimanche 13 mars de 16h à 19h
En présence de Pierre-Christophe BAGUET, Maire de Boulogne-Billancourt,
Président de Grand Paris Seine Ouest

Behi Shamiri force à penser, car il ne se contente pas d'une peinture figurative qui refuserait la force de l'abstraction : via la représentation. Il peint la quintessence et l'abstraction pure, en l'occurrence la lumière, variation sur le thème du temps. Son impératif catégorique découle de Schopenhauer : Le monde est ma représentation, ma volonté et ma représentation. Le réel est réduit à ce que le sujet voit de lui, et décrit son essence, le vouloir, se réduit à cette métaphore millénaire essentielle - la lumière.
Michel Onfray
Philosophe - extrait texte ZEUXIS

Vernissage de Behi Shamiri
Buon Aria - 81 x 100 cm

Vernissage de Behi Shamiri
Panarea V. - 46 x 61 cm

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