Cité internationale des arts – Site de Montmartre, Villa Radet, 15 rue de l'Abreuvoir, 75018 PARIS
ARTAGON LIVE, from Friday, October 4, to Sunday, October 20 : opening from Wednesday to Sunday, 4-10pm.
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For its 5th anniversary and in collaboration with the Cité internationale des arts, Artagon presents “Artagon Live” from 4 to 20 October.
“Artagon Live” invites you to join young European artists during 13 evenings made of performances, interactive installations, video projections, sound works, talks, workshops, concerts and DJ sets. The event brings together 50 young artists from 15 nationalities already presented by Artagon, as well as collectives and musicians from across the continent.
Entirely dedicated to spontaneous, ephemeral and performative artistic practices, “Artagon Live” is experimenting with a new format, between exhibition, artist residency and festival. A laboratory that shows art being made, while putting it in dialogue with music, party and concerns driving youth in Europe. These evenings are set in Villa Radet, a warm and intimate house surrounded by a wide garden. It is the second Parisian venue of the Cité internationale des arts, located in the heart of Montmartre, historical cradle of bohemian life and avant-garde.
Over the past four years, 35 art schools − from London to Moscow − have been visited by Artagon’s team in the company of artists and art professionals. About 850 students were met and 150 of them were exhibited in Paris on the occasion of a series of four annual exhibitions. “Artagon Live” also presents the result of this long journey.
Ani Bedrossian & Flavien Servaes – Sabrina Belouaar – Kévin Blinderman – Hugo Bo Chanel – CHAVKI (Aram Abbas, Kim Bradford, Charlotte Nicoli & Joseph Perez) – Olivier Cheval – Paul Créange – Ophélie Demurger – Guillaume Dénervaud – Juliette Dominati – Romain Gandolphe – Julia Gault – Balthazar Heisch – Hélène Hulak – Tzuchun Ku – Yuhang Li – Estrid Lutz – Maïté Marra – Kathryn Marshall – Naomy Maury – Jonas Moënne – Albina Mokhryakova – Julie Monot – Adriane Morard – Kate NganWa Ao – Tamu Nkiwane – Pierre Pauze – Anne Perier – Axelle Pinot – Julien Rodriguez – Tanguy Roussel – Hugo Servanin – Natalia Skobeeva – Michal Soja – Anca Stătică – Nina Tòmas – Maël Traïca – Luisa Turuani – Ula Lucińska & Michał Knychaus – Ondrej Vicena – Alice Visentin – Jisoo Yoo – Victor Yudaev – Yanmeng Zhang
Curated by Anna Labouze & Keimis Henni
With the kind support of Ministère de la Culture, Ville de Paris and Fondation Hippocrène