Umeå (Suède) et Riga (Lettonie), capitales européennes de la culture 2014

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Leonor-Fini315x315-312x312Les villes d’Umeå (Suède) et de Riga (Lettonie), sont les deux nouvelles capitales européennes de la culture pour 2014.

Umeå se trouve au nord de la Suède sur le golfe de Botnie, non loin de la Laponie :  www.umea2014

Une exposition remarquable : Leonor Fini / Pourquoi pas?

du 31 janvier au 11 mai :

Leonor Fini (1907–1996) was a recognised artist and personality in Europe’s cultural life in the middle years of the 20th century. Her work challenged conventional ideas through questioning the frontiers between female and male, myth and reality, the conscious and unconscious. Fini demonstratively followed her own path and her work is characterised by a radical, consequential and individual approach. She moved in Surrealist circles and participated in the movement’s exhibitions while at the same time distancing herself from the group’s flag bearer André Breton and his domineering attitude. Leonor Fini’s many-sided oeuvre is now presented for the first time in the Nordic countries. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, book illustrations, objects, text, film and costume sketches for the theatre and opera”.

Fri Jan 31 – Sun May 11 Bildmuseet

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Riga, capitale de la Lettonie sur la mer Baltique : www.riga2014  En ouverture : Christian Boltanski expose à l’“Arsenāls” du 19 janvier au 20 avril 2014 :

“At the creative workshop of the Latvian National Museum exhibition hall “Arsenāls”, Christian Boltanski will present two excellent and globally-recognised art projects – the video work “In-between times” (”Entre Temps”) and the creative research “Heartbeats” (“Archives du Coeur”), in which every visitor of the expo will be able to take part. Part of the thematical division “Freedom Street”, Christian Boltanski’s personal expo is among the most significant events of ”Rīga 2014” opening programme. The project is supported by L’Institut français de Lettonie (French Institute in Latvia).

A la une :  Ejima island

En 2015, les villes de Mons (Belgique) et de Plzeň (République Tchèque) prendront le relais avant Donostia-San Sebastián (Espagne) et Wrocław (Pologne) en 2016.

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