Date
Thursday 23 July 2020 to Sunday 24 January 2021
Location
49 Nord 6 Est - Frac Lorraine

Under a title that evokes a kind of permanent summer, the exhibition presents a reflection between the work of the artist Céline Condorelli (lives and works in London) and a selection of works from the collections of Frac Alsace, Frac Champagne-Ardenne, and Frac Lorraine. 

In the development of her thinking around the concept of support, the artist specifically grapples with the structures that occupy public space, with those that allow for an integration of culture into the day-to-day, or that support works of art or the bodies of those who come to visit them.

In connection with the choice of Frac Lorraine to approach the collection as a reflection as a plurality of experiences, the artist proposes an exhibition as a space of friction that confronts shared pleasures, communal constraints and individual physical reality.

This exhibition is supported by Fluxus Arts Projects, the Franco-British programme for contemporary art.

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