2017 – Centre Pompidou – Galerie 4
The artists nominated for the 2017 Marcel Duchamp Prize
Curator : Alicia Knock
From 27th of September to 8 of January 2018
Maja Bajevic, Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige, Charlotte Moth and Vittorio Santoro have all created new work for the occasion. Pursuing their respective investigations, they explore the image, the poetics of the archive, the hidden genealogies of objects and words.
Trained in Sarajevo and at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Maja Bajevic exhibited at Documenta 12 in 2007 and at the last Venice Biennale (”All the World’s Futures”) in 2015. She makes politically engaged work that examines contemporary geopolitical situations, access to information, and the categories of power (notably economic).
Based in both Paris and Beirut, and also showing at the Venice Biennale in 2015, Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige collaborate on work chiefly concerned with transmission of knowledge and the narrative potential of the different strata of the image.
For her first museum show in Paris, Charlotte Moth – a British artist living in France – continues her exploration of space as architecture and as potential, tendentially transforming history of art into poetic vision.
Born in Switzerland to Sicilian parents and now based in Paris, the self-taught Vittorio Santoro came to artistic attention in France with an exhibition at the Fondation Ricard in 2012. Closely connected to literature, his work offers minimalist narratives of objects from a rigorously “exploded” perspective.
While all already have work in the Centre Pompidou’s collection, these artists – young and not so young – will be showing there for the first time, incidentally illustrating the international pull of the French art scene. All are in some way are engaged in a reflection on the languages of the image and their ability to generate stories both real and fictional, charged with poetry.
2017 – Fondation Fernet-Branca : Saint Louis/Alsace/Basel
THE MOST FOREIGN COUNTRY : The women artists nominated or winners of the Marcel Duchamp Prize
Curator : Alicia Knock
From 15th of June to 8 of October 2017
Fondation Fernet-Branca : 2, rue du Ballon, 68300 Saint Louis/Alsace
Farah ATASSI (nominated in 2013), Yto BARRADA (nominated in 2016), Maja BAJEVIC (nominated in 2017), Valérie BELIN (nominated in 2004), Carole BENZAKEN (winner in 2004), Rebecca BOURNIGAULT (nominated in 2000),
Valérie FAVRE (nominated in 2012), Joana HADJITHOMAS (nominated in 2017), Valérie JOUVE (nominated in 2002), Charlotte MOTH (nominated in 2017, Zineb SEDIRA (nominated in 2015), Anne-Marie SCHNEIDER (nominated in 2010), Ulla von BRANDENBURG (nominated in 2016).
Located at Saint Louis in Alsace, in 2004 the former distillery of the famous bitter herb liqueur “Fernet Branca” became a leading contemporary art centre in the tri-national cultural network created around Basel in the heart of this symbolic triangle between France, Switzerland and Germany. Organized by the ADIAF on the invitation of its Director Pierre-Jean Sugier, the Fondation Fernet-Branca is hosting the first exhibition dedicated to the women artists honoured by the Marcel Duchamp Prize who have responded to the enthusiastic project imagined by the young curator Alicia Knock.
Private View on the 14th June during the Art Basel fair
2016 – Centre Pompidou, Galerie 4
The 2016 Marcel Duchamp Prize : First group exhibition of the nominated artists in the Centre Pompidou
Curator : Alicia Knock
From 12th October to 29th January 2017
“The evolution of our Prize’s format in 2016 pays tribute to the four finalists and will cast an even stronger spotlight on the French contemporary scene. This is a major turning point for the Marcel Duchamp Prize which is taking on a new dimension as well as being a great challenge for the nominated artists to meet.”
Gilles Fuchs, President of the ADIAF.
2016 – Centre Pompidou, level 4
Exhibition “Under Shadows” : Melik Ohanian, winner of the 2015 Marcel Duchamp Prize :
Curator : Christine Macel
From 1st June to 15 August 2016
For his exhibition “Under Shadows” Melik Ohanian proposes a cosmic scenario halfway between poetry and science. He sets up an environment in which different dimensions are expressed, from the infinitely small to the infinitely large: two extremes where objects in the world around us fade into the background for the period of the exhibition. The central work in this environment, Modelling Poetry, is inspired
by a scientific conjecture announced by NASA, forecasting the collision of the Milky Way with the
Andromeda Galaxy in four billion years’ time.
2015 – FIAC, Paris
Exhibition of nominated artist to the 2015 edition
from the 21st to 25st of October 2015,
Announcement of the winner, Saturday 24th of October 2015, 11:30am
Place : Grand Palais, 0.E40 stand
2015 – Julien Prévieux at Centre Pompidou, 315 space
Exhibition of Julien Prévieux, winner of the 2014 edition
from the 23rd of Septembre 2015 to 1st of February 2016
The Centre Pompidou has launched an invitation to the French artist Julien Prévieux, winner of the 2014 Marcel Duchamp Prize. For his solo show in the 315 space, Julien Prévieux has chosen to mix drawings, abstract sculptures and film around the themes of the recording of movement and the schematization of bodies. Julien Prévieux’s work questions our world and our everyday life from the viewpoint of work, the economy and politics. He takes an interest in controlling devices, cutting-edge technologies and management theories in order to disrupt their logic and reasoning.
2015 – Carré d’Art, Nîmes
Exhibition of the nominated artists for the 2015 Marcel Duchamp prize :
Davide Balula, Neil Beloufa, Melik Ohanian and Zineb Sedira
Curator: Jean-Marc Prévost, Director of Carré d’Art.
Exhibition from June 26 juin to October 31, 2015 – Opening night June 25, 2015.
(c) David Huguenin
Carré d’Art : Place de la Maison Carrée, 3000 Nîmes
2014 – FIAC, Paris
Exhibition of the nominated artists for the 2014 Marcel Duchamp prize :
Théo MERCIER, Julien PRÉVIEUX, Florian & Michaël QUISTREBERT and Evariste RICHER
October 23 to 26 2014, Grand Palais, (stands 0.D40/D42/E40/E42)
Announcement of the winner, Saturday 25th October 2014, 11.30 am
2014 – CENTRE POMPIDOU, Paris
Exhibition of Latifa Echakhch, winner of the 2013 edition
October 8, 2014 to January 26, 2015
Latifa Echakhch has devised a specific project for the Centre Pompidou, which follows on from other exhibitions: «Latifa Echakhch. Goodbye Horses» at the Kunsthaus Zurich in 2011, «The scene takes place» at the Eva Presenhuber Gallery in 2013, and «All around fades to a heavy sound» at the kamel mennour gallery this year. In all these exhibitions, Latifa Echakhch explored an idea where circuses and shows become ghostly spectacles emptied of public and performers following «nobody knows» what kind of events or disasters.
With Espace 315, the artist once more places ideas about the stage, decorum and traces at the heart of her approach. The exhibition, consisting of several sculptural components, has a strongly unified feel. The artist seeks to build up a dramatic scene. By making play with the backstage area, the whole work suggests a wide range of meanings an d’interpretations ranging from a disappointing materiality to images of mental landscapes. Latifa Echakhch transforms the venue into a dense, dreamlike place halfway between earth and sky, frozen in a twilight world.
As they move around, visitors discover different fragments of history, objects that are almost derisory, and recollections of childhood drawn from the very depths of memory, then immersed in black ink.
Publication : Latifa Echakhch, Prix Marcel Duchamp 2013
Authors: Jean-Pierre Bordaz, Latifa Echakhch, Bartomeu Mari
Co-edited: kamel mennour & Centre Pompidou, Paris
2014 – Museum of Fine Arts in Rouen
2014 nominated artists exhibition
July 4, to September 28, 2014
Curator : Sylvain Amic – Director of Museums in Rouen
Théo MERCIER, born in 1984, Paris – Installation
Julien PRÉVIEUX, born in 1974, Grenoble – Installation
Florian et Michaël QUISTREBERT, born in 1982 and 1976, Nantes – Painting
Evariste Richer, born in 1969, Montpellier – Installation
2013 – CENTRE POMPIDOU, Paris
Exhibition of Daniel DEWAR et Grégory GICQUEL, winners of the 2012 edition
25th September to 6th January 2014
Curators : Jean-Pierre Bordaz and Dorothée Dupuis (associated curator)
2013 – FIAC, Paris
Exhibition of the nominated artists for the 2013 Marcel Duchamp prize
Farah ATASSI, Latifa ECHAKHCH, Claire FONTAINE, Raphaël ZARKA
Octobre 24 to 27, 2013 – Grand Palais,
2013 – LIBOURNE (Aquitaine, France)
2013 nominated artists exhibition
Farah ATASSI, Latifa ECHAKHCH, Claire FONTAINE, Raphaël ZARKA.
2013 : May 25th to September 15th
- Place: Musée des beaux–arts de Libourne et Chapelle du Carmel
42 place Abel Surchamp et 45 allées Robert Boulin in Libourne, 33505 (Gironde)
- Informations : www.ville-libourne.fr and : +33 5 57 55 33 44
After Lille/Villeneuve d’Asq and Tour, the city of Libourne in Aquitaine offers a new showcase to the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize thereby allowing them to have much wider visibility in France and reach out to a regional public
Curator: Thierry SAUMIER
2012 – PARIS
Mircea Cantor, Winner of the 2011 Marcel Duchamp Prize
Centre Pompidou, 315 space- 3rd October 2012 to 7th January 2013
As every year, the latest winner of the Marcel Duchamp Prize is invited by the French National Museum of Modern Art for a 3 month solo show in the 315 space.
Curators: Jean-Pierre Bordaz, François Quintin
2012 – TOURS
Artists nominated for the 2011 Marcel Duchamp Prize
Château de Tours – 29th June to 15th September 2012
In its desire to make the French scene more widely known, the ADIAF strives to increase the visibility of the Marcel Duchamp Prize’s artists. Therefore, since 2011, the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize are being showcased in regional France. After the LaM in 2011, the city of Tours opened the gates of its château to the four artists nominated for the 2012 award.
Valérie FAVRE, born in 1959 – Painting
Daniel DEWAR and Grégory GICQUEL, born in 1976 and 1975 – Sculpture
Bertrand LAMARCHE, born in 1966 – Installation
Franck SCURTI, born in 1967 – Installation
Curator: Ingrid Leduc, Musée des beaux–arts de Tours
2011 – PARIS
Cyprien Gaillard, Winner of the 2010 Marcel Duchamp Prize
Centre Pompidou, 315 space – 3rd October 2011 to 7th January 2012
2011 – LILLE/VILLENEUVE D’ASCQ
The four artists nominated for the 2010 Marcel Duchamp Prize
LaM/Lille Métropole Musée d’art contemporain
12th July to 11th September 2011
1 allée du musée, 59650 Villeneuve d’Ascq – www.musee-lam.fr
The LaM is the first museum to have offered a new showcase to the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize thereby allowing them to have much wider visibility in France and reach out to a regional public
Located at the crossroads between London, Paris and Brussels and near to Amsterdam and Cologne, the LaM has given the artists from the 2011 Marcel Duchamp Prize great exposure to Northern Europe:
Damien CABANES, born in 1959, Sculpture, Painting
Mircea CANTOR, born in 1977, Installation
Guillaume LEBLON, born in 1971, Installation
Samuel ROUSSEAU, born in 1971, Installation
Curator: Marc Donnadieu, LaM