Exhibitions

Le château de Rentilly (décembre 2014) © Martin Argyroglo

from September 24 2016 to January 22 2017

«Animal on est mal»
Out of the walls at the castle of Rentilly

The collection of the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature revisited by Richard Fauguet

Gilles Aillaud, Bertille Bak, Damien Cabanes, Jean Carriès, Johan Creten, François Desportes, Richard Fauguet, Fischli/Weiss, Walton Ford, Jean-Charles Hue, Nicolas Kennett, Laurent Le Deunff, Rainier Lericolais, Didier Marcel, Patrick Neu, Présence Panchounette, Shimabuku, Daniel Schlier, Elmar Trenkwalder, Xavier Veilhan, ceramics from the 18th century, tapestries from the 16th to the 20th century

(Automatically translated with Google Translate)

The FRAC Île-de-France and the Communauté d'agglomération de Marne et Gondoire welcome the Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature to the Château de Rentilly, inviting the artist Richard Fauguet to curate an exhibition based on the museum's collections. Drawing on both the ancient and contemporary works of the collection and associating other pieces on special loan, Richard Fauguet offers us a mise en abîme of the castle's imagination, intrinsically linked to that of hunting, thus inviting nature and the animal world to enter the castle.


A very rarely shown set of tapestries from the 16th century to the present day from the museum's collections structures the exhibition space. These very large tapestries become screen paintings allowing the landscape to penetrate the interior of the castle and thus echo Xavier Veilhan's project, which transformed the building into a projection surface of the surrounding park. The castle merges with the nature that surrounds it and which, in turn, penetrates its walls.

COMMUNICATION

Responsable de la communication du musée de la Chasse et de la Nature

Ugo Deslandes

tél. 01 53 01 92 40

u.deslandes@chassenature.org


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past exhibits

Le château de Rentilly (décembre 2014) © Martin Argyroglo