#FLVfromhome : Cerith Wyn Evans

Past exhibition - Wednesday 17 June 2020

6 p.m.

The collection comprises a constantly evolving body of works that naturally falls into four lines: Contemplative, Pop, Expressionist, Music & Sound. Each week, the Fondation places the spotlight on artists from the Collection. This week, the Fondation invites you to discover Cerith Wyn Evans.

 

First and foremost a film-maker and video artist, Cerith Wyn Evans began making sculptures and visual and sound installations in the 1990s, mainly based on the themes of language and perception.

 

Drawing on references to cinema, literature and art history, his works feature neon lights, photographs, musical instruments and even fireworks, spatialising sounds and hovering between the material and immaterial.

The essential

Wednesday 17 June 2020

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The Fondation sets 3 digital events:

 

Wednesday

Spotlight on an artist from the Collection



Friday

A concert held at the Auditorium

 


Sunday

A live DJ set on Instagram

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