Fantasies and superstitions in “Un monde in-tranquille”

(Meymac, France)

“Un monde in-tranquille” opens today at Centre d’Art Contemporain Meymac and is the third part of a series of exhibitions that explores contemporary art creation on the themes of utopia, dreams, burlesque and disenchantment of the world.  This year, the exhibition features 60 artists from all over the world (view the complete list below), including Maria Laet, nominated for PIPA Prize for the fifth time this year, and Pedro Motta, a PIPA Prize nominee in 2012 and 2013.

The group show presents works produced in different media –photography, painting, installation and video– and explores fantasies and superstitions in an ironic, parodic and offbeat tone. The resulting atmosphere is a dominant feeling that the universe is filled with a disturbing strangeness.

“Un monde in-tranquille”, group show featuring: Peter Aerschmann, Ziad Antar, Delphine Balley, Jean Bedez, Hicham Berrada, Mathieu Boisadan, Léa Le Bricomte, Marcos Carrasquer, Jean-Marc Cerino, Clément Cogitore, Valère Costes, Jocelyn Cottencin, Sylvain Couzinet-Jacques, Fabrice Croux, Gilles Desplanques, Robert Devriendt, Arnaud Dezoteux, Jeremy Dickinson, Jens Fänge, Daniel Firman, Agnès Geoffray, Alexandre Gérard, Niklas Goldbach, Thomas Grünfeld, Lotta Hannerz, Thomas Ivernel, Oda Jaune, Panos Kokkinias, Ellen Kooi, Klara Kristalova, Astrid Kruse-Jensen, Maria Laet, Nino Laisné, Thomas Levy-Lasne, Peter Martensen, Samuel Martin, Florent Mattei, Corinne Mercadier, Adrien Missika, Chloé Mossessian, Pedro Motta, Juergen Nefzger, Audrey Nervi, Mathieu Pernot, Nazanin Pouyandeh, Clément Reinaud, Raphaëlle Ricol, Vittorio Roerade, Karine Rougier, Mathieu Schmitt, Massinissa Selmani, Laurent Septier, Ludivine Sibelle, Quentin Spohn, Helmut Stallaerts, Lise Stoufflet, Stéphane Thidet, Mathilde Troussard, Katharina Ziemke, Jérôme Zonder
On view from July 11th through October 15th

Centre d’Art Contemporain Meymac
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