"The exhibition "All that we can" offers an inspiring panorama of projects that invest our capacities for action, change and commitment. The initiatives presented are carried out by internationally renowned artists or emerging artists, from here and elsewhere, with a political and societal anchor for some, poetic and intimate for others. What these works have in common is a new understanding of living together, exploring other ways of interacting individually and/or collectively." AnneSophie Bérard, curator of the exhibition "All that we can"
A PATH TO DISCOVER BY ANNESOPHIE BÉRARD, FROM JUNE 6TH :
Since her arrival in France in 2021, the Palestinian artist Duaa Qishta has seized her blue bicycle as a symbol of emancipation and desire. French artist Laurent Lacotte, a visual artist of the ephemeral, draws a sensitive cartography of the territories by sowing his poetry. Through vibrant works exhibited around the world, Cameroonian artist Barthelemy Toguo pays tribute to the power of life. Photographer Todd Antony reveals the fighting strength of everyday heroes by going out to meet little-known communities. Inspired by fiction and history, French artist Camille Reidt imagines the role and forms of futuristic plants. Through simple and smiling actions, artist Camille Bondon puts pleasure back at the center of our lives. By reviving the intimate memories of migrants, the Wecamefrom platform helps them regain their confidence. Finally, French artist Marianne Mispelaëre invites us to take action with two inspiring mantras.
By bringing together these eight artists alongside Habitat & Humanisme, we hope to bear witness to the capacity of artists to enlighten our desires, to brandish horizons and to invent possibilities.
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