Exhibitions

© Olivier Sévère

from May 1 to September 30 2017

"Villa Kujoyama at the museum"
Villa Kujoyama at the Museum

D'DAYS 2017

MAY 2 TO 14, 2017


Inaugurated in 1992 in Kyoto, Villa Kujoyama was inspired by the model of the Villa Medici in Rome. Its reopening in 2014 was made possible thanks to the support of Pierre Bergé. The Bettencourt Schueller Foundation is committed to the Villa Kujoyama as a sponsor of residency programs. It is placed under the supervision of the French Institute and the French Institute of Japan. The museum is continuing its partnership with Villa Kujoyama for D'DAYS 2017, from May 2 to 14, with a program of lectures, workshops and augmented reality experiences around Julie Stephen Chheng and Thomas Pons' project Uramado.

(Automatically translated with Google Translate)

"FAR FROM AN ISLAND" BY OLIVIER SÉVÈRE

JUNE 7 TO SEPTEMBER 17, 2017


As part of the partnership with Villa Kujoyama, the museum invites artist Olivier Sévère to present the project developed during his residency at Villa Kujoyama from April to July 2016.


Presented from June 7 to September 17, 2017, the exhibition will be an opportunity to show the artist's latest sculptures and to project a selection of his recent videos during a special evening:

Screening, In Substance, WEDNESDAY JUNE 7, 2017, AT 7:30 PM

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


RELATIONS AVEC LA PRESSE

Alambret Communication

Angélique Guillemain

angelique@alambret.com

Leila Neirijnck

leila@alambret.com

Tél. 01 48 87 70 77

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past exhibits

© Olivier Sévère