FIAC Hors les Murs reaffirms its cultural vocation through the outdoor works programme, which enables the public to discover artworks exhibited throughout the city, presented at some of the most prestigious and emblematic locations in Paris.
Domaine National du Louvre et des Tuileries
FIAC, in association with the musée du Louvre, presents its Hors les Murs outdoor exhibition in the Jardin des Tuileries, inaugurated in 2006. Some thirty artworks are displayed in different spaces within the garden: artworks and monumental installations by Juliaan Andeweg / Martin van Zomeren, Amsterdam; Gilles Barbier / Georges- Philippe et Nathalie Vallois, Paris; Alexander Calder / Van de Weghe, New York; Isabelle Cornaro / Balice Hertling, Paris; Robert Indiana / Kasmin, New York; Alicja Kwade / kamel mennour, Paris, London; François-Xavier Lalanne / Mitterrand, Paris; Richard Long / Tucci Russo, Torino; Mia Marfurt / Allen, Paris; Olivier Mosset / Torri, Paris; Kohei Nawa / SCAI THE BATHHOUSE, Tokyo; Paulo Nazareth / Mendes Wood DM, Sao Paulo, Brussels, New York; Christodoulos Panayiotou / kamel mennour, Paris, London; Tere Recarens / Anne Barrault, Paris; Pablo Reinoso / Waddington Custot, London; Thomas Schütte / Pietro Sparta, Chagny; Vladimir Skoda / Catherine Issert, Saint-Paul; Michele Spanghero / Alberta Pane, Paris, Venezia; Keiji Uematsu / Simon Lee, London, Hong Kong, New York; Henk Visch / Tim Van Laere, Antwerp; Franz West / Venus Over Manhattan, New York, Los Angeles; Wang Zhan / Pace, New York, London, Beijing, Hong Kong, Palo Alto, Seoul, Genève.
Place de la Concorde
FIAC inaugurates an ephemeral village of architectural projects at the Place de la Concorde.
Architectures by Kengo Kuma / Philippe Gravier, Paris; Jean Maneval / Jousse Entreprise, Paris; Claude Parent / Philippe Gravier, Paris; Jean Prouvé / LAFFANOUR - Galerie Downtown, Paris; Jean Prouvé / Patrick Seguin, Paris - will introduce to ephemeral architecture, nomadic habitats, and utopian living spaces.
Musée National Eugène Delacroix
In the continuity of FIAC Hors les Murs in the Jardin des Tuileries, the Musée National Eugène Delacroix opens to FIAC visitors, in collaboration with the musée du Louvre.
The museum is an unexpected haven of peace, niched between courtyard and garden.
This unique jewel-like setting will feature works by Rebecca Warren, in collaboration with the gallery Max Hetzler.
Rebecca Warren (born in 1965, lives and works in London) makes sculptures, assemblages and constructions in a variety of materials including clay, bronze, steel and neon.
FIAC invites an artist to install a major artwork or to imagine a specific project for the Place Vendôme which provides both powerful inspiration and an exceptional decor for contemporary creation. In collaboration with the gallery Perrotin, this year FIAC gives carte blanche to Elmgreen & Dragset to present an in-situ project on this prestigious Parisian square.