Tag: Musée Guimet
Exhibition « Afghanistan, Tisser l’horizon à l’infini » at Chapelle du Méjan, Arles
An unseen look between Afghan and French contemporary artists, between new works and traces of the past, to weave the Afghan history and preserve its breath.
This exhibition is born from the encounter, in 2023, of personalities of Arles, passionate by the art of textile and Afghan culture, with Zolaykha Sherzad who was about to close an exhibition at Guimet – National Asian Arts Museum. A sensible dialogue between the life of bodies, dressed with textile, and the art of weaving in the history of Afghanistan.
TEXTILE, PHOTOGRAPHY, PAINTING, INSTALLATION & FILM
Barmak Akram, Pascal Convert, Latif Eshraq, Ferrante Ferranti, Morteza Herati, Zahra Khodadadi, Zolaykha Sherzad, Mohsin Taasha, Naseer Turkmani
and the witnesses of history: Ria Hackin et Marc Riboud
CURATOR: Guilda Chahverdi
Free entrance from Wednesday to Friday from 2pm to 7pm; Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 7pm.
For more information: lemejan.com/evenement
Participation to the exhibition “Népal. Art de la vallée de Katmandou” at Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet
Six photographs taken in Nepal in 1956 by Marc Riboud are shown in the introduction of the exhibition “Nepal. Art de la vallée de Katmandou”.
This exhibition covers a long period of time, from the 10th to 19th century. It presents photographs, drawings, miniatures, bronze and wooden sculptures, as well as Nepalese ritual objects from either Buddhist or Hindu obedience.
The exhibition associates to the Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet major artworks lended by Collège de France, the museums of Asian art of Nice, Toulouse and the Quai Branly museum.
Adress: Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet, 6 place d’Iéna, 75116 Paris
Open every day except Tuesday from 10am to 6pm.
For more information (in French): Musée Guimet’s website
Photo contest “And if it was Asia?”
Video “Guimet Underground”
Musée Guimet gives you insights on its collections! In this video (in French), you will have a glimpse of the ongoing work to protect and digitalize Marc Riboud’s contact sheet. This work is accomplished with help of an intern from Ecole du Louvre.
Link to watch the full video: https://www.facebook.com/museeguimet/videos/482801426303063
This video was made by Olam Productions, in cooperation with the Museum’s Communication departement.
Retrospective “Marc Riboud, Histoire possibles” at the National Asian Arts Museum – Guimet
The exhibition dedicated to Marc Riboud celebrates the legacy of his archive to the national collections, more precisely to Guimet Museum which he loved so much.
A photographer more than a reporter, Marc Riboud left thousands of photographs (negatives, color slides, prints), many of them taken in Asia. Who, among us, cannot help but identify to this or that photograph, always familiar, and get the feeling to flip, through this album of the world, into his own family album?
From the immediate after-war to the timeless Huang Shan Chinese mountains, this exhibitions invites to a journey of more than 50 years on every continent’s roads, with a favoured focus on Asia.
Musée national des arts asiatiques – Guimet
6 place d’Iéna, 75116 Paris
Open every day except Tuesday, from 10am to 6pm
For more information and booking (in French): Musée Guimet’s website
Publication of the catalogue “Marc Riboud, Histoires possibles”
Published to accompany the retrospective exhibition at the National Asian Arts Museum – Guimet, this monography traces, in about two hundred photographs, Marc Riboud’s work. Essays by specialists, but also more intimate texts, invite to follow the photographer along his sensible journey around the world.
MARC RIBOUD – HISTOIRES POSSIBLES
Co-published by MNAAG and RMN-GP
Texts by Lorène Durret, Claude Estèbe, Jérôme Ghesquière, Sophie Makariou, Catherine Riboud, Olivier Rolin
272 pages, 240 illustrations
Group exhibition “Orient/Asie – Aller\Retour” at Musée Guimet in Paris
Discover the exhibition “Orient/Asie – Aller\Retour”, which shows a selection of photographs for the Musée Guimet collection, including more than twenty photographes by Marc Riboud.
For more information: http://www.guimet.fr/…/expositions…/orient-asie-aller-retour