On the first Friday of every month, the Fondation hosts its "Late Hours", an event that is designed to offer a new perspective on the building, the art works and the exhibitions. February’s Late Hours revolves around an immersive installation realised by the young French artist Hoël Duret’s for Open Space #4, a programme that invites emerging artists to create a specific project around Frank Gehry’s building.
8 p.m. - 9 p.m.
Born in New York City in the early 2000s, Emile likes to evoke buildings. Emile is not alone, he composes with Lewis OfMan. Together, they just want to show what they like, a sincere and innovative rap, with powerful lyrics.
9.30 p.m. – 10.15 p.m.
Lewis OfMan’s melodies are inspired by the soundtracks of old Italian movies, and reflect a world that is both melancholic and soothing. The compositions have a lunar-pop feel with polished percussion thanks to OfMan’s formative years as a drummer, and channel his desire to lead his audience into a shared emotive space. For Late Hours, OfMan sets sail with his audience in Gehry’s glass ship, echoing Hoël Duret’s electronic jungle in Open Space.
THROUGHOUT THE EVENING / 9.30 p.m. – 10.30 p.m.
SHORT TOURS: “ARCHITECTURAL MYSTERIES”
HALL AND TERRACE
Starting every 30 minutes from the Short Tours meeting points
Pick any card and our exhibition guides will lead you – randomly, depending on the card you draw – on a trail exploring the building, taking in either commissioned art works, materials or the Fondation's environment.