Supports/Surfaces: Origins 1966-1970
From October 13 to December 31, 2017, the Carré d'Art Museum of Contemporary Art in Nimes is holding the exhibition "Supports/Surfaces: Origins 1966-1970".
In September 1970, an exhibition entitled “Supports/Surfaces” was held at the Museum of Modern Art in Paris. The name of this exhibition, which was chosen by the artists and is today famous, referred to a group that would bring about a lasting transformation of artistic practices in France. At the beginning of the seventies, it was under this name that artists exhibited their works: André-Pierre Arnal, Vincent Bioulès, Louis Cane, Marc Devade, Daniel Dezeuze, Noël Dolla, Toni Grand, Bernard Pagès, Jean-Pierre Pincemin, Patrick Saytour, André Valensi and Claude Viallat.
The exhibition takes up the story from the beginning and provides a new view of the movement from 1966 to 1970. Gathering together the major works of this period, it recreates the major issues involved in the various achievements during the course of these four years of an extraordinary artistic wellspring.
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