On the first Friday of every month, the Fondation hosts its “Late Hours”, offering a new perspective on the building, the art works and the exhibitions.
The last “Late Hours” of the season will be JAZZ!
(Re)discover the spirit of jazz in a laid-back atmosphere. The evening will start with a performance by Steam Down on the terraces followed by a concert by Shahin Novrasli in the Auditorium.
8 P.M. - 8.45 P.M.
STEAM DOWN LIVE
Steam Down is a collective of artists based in Deptford, south-east London. Each of their performances is a co-created experience shared between the musicians and the public. With their exuberant energy, Steam Down transport us to vibrant soundscapes marrying groove, jazz and hip-hop.
CONCERT BY SHAHIN NOVRASLI
Shahin Novrasli, a virtuoso contemporary jazz pianist, will perform his new album, From Baku to New York. Accompanied by drummer Herlin Riley and double-bassist James Cammack, Novrasli responds to the call of his mentor Ahmad Jamal. The concert will be a fabulous fusion between two generations of musicians.
7 P.M. - 10.30 PM
GILBERT & GEORGE
From 3 July to 26 August 2019, the Fondation will present a rare and complete series by Gilbert & George entitled There Were Two Young Men (April 1971), a "six-part Charcoal on Paper Sculpture", which belongs to the Fondation's Collection.
7 P.M. - 10.30 P.M.
IN THE GALLERIES
Starting every 30 minutes at the “micro-visites” meeting points on levels -1, 1, 2 and the terrace.
Just like Gilbert & George, the guides will pair up for the evening in a dual presentation of a selection of works from the Fondation’s collection.