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That Cedar Being cut down, Alice Mogabgab Gallery, Beyrouth, Liban. Du 17 octobre au 31 décembre 2020.




100 artistes dans la ville, Musée de la Pharmacie, Montpellier, France. Du 8 juin au 28 juillet 2019.



De la banqueroute à la sublimation, Galerie Alice Mogabgab, Beyrouth, Liban. Du 30 avril au 29 juin 2019.

Avec de vrais morceaux de gens à l’intérieur, Espace Bagouet, Montpellier, du 19 septembre au 2 décembre 2018.


Rikiki 2, Galerie Satellite, Paris, du 17 mars au 11 avril 2017.











Le paradoxe du cartel, Galerie Valérie Delaunay, Paris, du 9 novembre au 23 décembre 2017.



Sonnant et trébuchant, Le Moulin des arts, Saint-Rémy en Rouergue. 8 juillet au 24 septembre 2017.



Un refrain sur les murs, Galerie Annie Gabrielli, Montpellier, du 27 mai au 15 juillet 2017

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Conversation at Espace Vuitton with M.A Moulonguet, Paul Ardenne,  Yann Dumoget, Ami Barak, Laurent Mulot. Photo D.R.


Exhibition « Somewhere else »
Curated by Paul Ardenne.
From 11 february to 8 may 2011 Espace Louis Vuitton, Paris, France.


Eighteen expeditionist artists are coming together this year to create a unique artistic journey at the 14th Espace culturel Louis Vuitton exhibition titled ‘Somewhere Else’.

Between February 11 and May 8, 2011, this endeavor by Louis Vuitton offers a new variation on the theme of travel. Over the years, there has been a growing interest among artists to give a whole new dimension to their creation.

Some try to relocate their creation in order to define them separately, some work on work installations while some others produce their creations outside of its conventional environment. Such undertakings have, in fact, led to a new artistic movement which is primarily based on encounters with new spaces and other human beings.

Curator Paul Ardenne, through this exhibition, brings together a collection of authentic art by some of the most famous expeditionist artists. This includes names like Paul Gauguin, Giovanni Anselmo, Tïa-Calli Borlase, Alix Delmas, Yann Dumoget, Joanna Malinowska, Luc Mattenberger, Laurent Mulot, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Fernando Prats, Laurent Tixador and Abraham Poincheval.

‘Somewhere Else’ will open symbolically with the tragic example of Bas Jan Ader, who set sail in 1975 to cross the Atlantic on an unsuitable boat, at the cost of his life. This will be followed by the iconic example of the Italian sculptor and painter, Giovanni Anselmo, who climbed Stromboli in an expression of contact with the infinite.

In the exhibition, different geographical locations have been explored by the various artists. While Joanna Malinowska travels the farthest, in the hostile Arctic regions; Laurent Tixador and Abraham Poincheval try out an underground elsewhere during an unprecedented mobile troglodytic adventure. Yann Dumoget’s work, on the other hand, is driven by its need for interaction.

Such endeavors focus on the need of an artist to leave a conventional space to create a masterpiece ‘Somewhere Else’.