Ian Curtis (2001)

Dalwood, D (2014) Ian Curtis (2001). In: Paintings: 30 Years of FRAC Champagne Ardennes, Musee d'art moderne, Troyes, France, 23 June - 29 September 2014.

Item Type: Exhibition
Creators: Dalwood, D
Abstract: This exhibition brings together a collection of paintings from the FRAC Champagne-Ardenne collection and brings together artists from very different generations and origins. Sylvie Auvray, Bruno Carbonnet, Ann Craven, Robert Filiou, Dexter Dalwood, Kirsten Everberg, Nicolas Floc'h, Oscar Giaconia, Jean-Michel Hannecart, Christian Jaccard, Alain Jacquet, Michel Mayer, Philippe Mayaux, Silke Otto-Knapp , Clement Rodzielski, Glen Rubsamen, Ger Van Elk. The FRAC Champagne-Ardenne / Regional Fund for Contemporary Art (jointly supported by the State and the Region) acts in favor of the creation and promotion of the promotion of contemporary art. Like the other FRACs in each of the French regions, its mission is to create and disseminate a collection of works of contemporary art, design and production of temporary exhibitions, publishing and publishing, Organization of activities to raise awareness of contemporary art for the widest possible audience. Between 2012 and 2014, in celebration of the anniversary of the creation of the FRAC in France (1982) and that of the FRAC Champagne-Ardenne (1984), this one presents 30 events conceived in collaboration with 30 partner places, Territory of the Champagne-Ardenne region. The ambition of this project is, at the same time, to make known the FRAC, its functioning and its missions, and to present contemporary works exemplary and particularly representative of the current artistic developments.
Date: June 2014
Event Location: Musee d'art moderne, Troyes, France
Number of Pieces: 1
Divisions: Bath School of Art, Film and Media
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2017 16:41
Last Modified: 16 Oct 2023 09:37
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