25 May → 6 Sep 2020
From Wednesday to Monday from 11 am to 7 pm. Closed Tuesday.
The Foundation's new exhibition is dedicated to Rachel Rose, an American artist who is little known to the general public in France. This first exhibition in France revolves around five video installations and a group of sculptures. Her videos, a veritable range of filmic techniques, find coherence in their installation and immerse the viewer in the heart of the artist's questioning. She explores our relationship to landscape, fiction, childhood, spirituality and, through each of these themes, questions our condition. What makes us human? From the folklore of England in "Wil-o-Wisp" (2018) to the future drawn by science in "Sitting Feeding Sleeping" (2013), the artist is primarily interested in impermanence. "Lake Valley" (2016) or "Everything and More" (2015) represent singular sensory experiences, from abandonment in children's literature to weightlessness. Finally, the sculptures made of minerals and glass, which complement her installations, show the artist's preoccupation with environmental upheavals and her relationship with nature.