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2nd edition

From July 2 to October 2, 2022

LAURENT DELAIRE

THESE BLANKS THAT I DIG

Image above: Caspar David Friedrich, The Traveler Contemplating a Sea of Clouds, circa 1817, oil on canvas, Hamburg, Kunsthalle

PRESENTATION

Is the world as we know it disappearing? Have we already entered a new era? Will the promises of a new, better world be kept? Is another world even possible? And if so, will it exist on Earth or will it have to be found elsewhere in the universe?

 

These questions, which recent events have brought to the fore, have already arisen in other times. And art, humanity's privileged field of expression, is certainly the best testimony to this.

Centered around the themeDreaming of another world, the second edition of the Rencontres invites you on a new journey along the paths of art history through conferences, film screenings and workshops, in a friendly and festive atmosphere.

AROUND THE EVENT

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Friday

SEPTEMBER

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From 14 years old

Figure (sur)reality, the pictorial practice of the Reserve

2 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

The reserve technique is a process used by painters since antiquity to depict absence, white, light, modeling... and signify another reality. This device, which consists in protecting, isolating (sometimes temporarily) part of a support or a painted layer, is also used in many series by Laurent Delaire. 

All levels • Equipment provided • Limited places • Reservation required

Led by Christine Cornillet, cultural mediator and photography teacher

Conference-workshop

23

Friday

SEPTEMBER

For all

“Todlado”, book and film, presentation and projection

4:30 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Todtladois a 45-minute film object designed by several hands, a contemporary creation that brings us back to the oldest dreams... Distant descendants of the Kachina dolls of the Hopi Indians, the figurine sculptures of Francisco Alcantu, made of wood, leather and bone , wait. Photographed by Hans Sylvester, they come to life from the pen of actor and playwright Pascal Tédès.

Video production Kyoka-Cy / Soundscape John Baguette / The voices are by Akiko and Cy

Song and musical evocation Daniel Hors Hagen. A book was designed and edited by Olivier Techer.

Presented by Kyoka-Cy, translators and videographers

Screening-meeting

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Friday

SEPTEMBER

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For all

Opening of the second edition of the Art History Meetings

6 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.

Speech followed by a tasting of wines from the Château de Mille estate (Apt).

Introduction to the exhibition “These whites that I dig” by Laurent Delaire at 6:30 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Evening

23

Friday

SEPTEMBER

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For all

What did Renaissance artists dream of?

7:45 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Leonardo da Vinci, Michelangelo, Raphaël, Jérôme Bosch or Albrecht Dürer… all these famous Renaissance artists made dreams a driving force in their artistic approach. But what did dreaming mean in the 15th-16th centuries? And what were we dreaming of? To find out, let's enter this reborn kingdom of dreams, where the "unconscious" was still called imagination orfantasy.

 

Hosted by Florian Métral, art historian

Conference

Image opposite: Hieronymus Bosch, Saint John the Baptist in the desert, circa 1489, oil on wood panel, Madrid, Museo Lazaro Galdiano

24

Saturday

SEPTEMBER

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From 14 years old

A new world, between photography and painting

10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

When photography imitates or comes close to painting... Pictorial effects when shooting.

 

Vgo with your equipment (battery charged) • Limited places • Reservation required

Led by Christine Cornillet, cultural mediator and photography teacher

photography workshop

Image opposite: These blanks that I dig, Laurent Delaire

24

Saturday

SEPTEMBER

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For all

The world in a painting: Vermeer's hat, by Nicolas Autheman

3 p.m. - 5 p.m.

This is the story of a small painting from 1657 that tells the birth of our globalization; of one of the details – the hat – ofThe officer and the laughing girl, painted by Johannes Vermeer, who had never left his country. Freely adapted from the book by Timothy Brook and narrated by François Morel. The screening will be preceded by an introduction and followed by a discussion.

Documentary film, Schuch Productions - Arte, 2020, French, 1h15, all audiences.

In the presence of Nicolas Autheman, director, and Anne Schuchman, producer

Screening-debate

24

Saturday

SEPTEMBER

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For all

Meeting with the artist Laurent Delaire around the installation "They all became shadows"

5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

The installation “ They were all turning into shadows ” creates a porosity between the real and the imaginary. It makes it possible to break with the unique point of view of the viewer because the distances and angles of view fluctuate with his wandering. The crossing of this space generates a breath subtly animating these suspended images... The spectator then becomes an actor of an experience. He is no longer passive in front of the image, but he inhabits and becomes part of a theatrical environment.

Animated by Laurent Delaire, visual artist

Meet

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24

Saturday

SEPTEMBER

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For all

See sounds, hear colors. When the show gives birth to a better world

7:45 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Some see Debussy's music in blue while others associate F with green: this is synesthesia. This disturbance of perception fed the artistic imagination of the 19th and 20th centuries. From a correspondence between the senses to a union between the arts, there are only a few steps, quickly taken by artists dreaming of new shows where light, dance, music or poetry mingle.

Hosted by Marion Sergent, Art Historian

Image opposite: Charles Blanc-Gatti, Chromophonie, 1939, 35 mm film, photogram

Conference

24

Saturday

SEPTEMBER

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For all

Cocktails in music

9 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Cocktail on a musical atmosphere of Groove Family.

Evening

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sunday

SEPTEMBER

Conference

For all

Chagall, dream images

10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Marc Chagall's contribution to the art of his time obviously passes through the metaphorical oppositions of dream and reality characteristic of a whole part of his production. But what are often considered to be dream images turn out to be a complex network of allusions and references to his personal history, to the history of the world as well as to the history of art and, of course to the Bible which since his childhood, is an inexhaustible source of visual and mental representations. A few examples chosen from hybridizations, men and beasts, and the use of the very classic theme of the window, show how the symbolic and allegorical language he uses gives the artist the advantage of being both in and out of the world around him and the art of his time.

Hosted by Elisabeth Pacoud-Rème, Art Historian

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sunday

SEPTEMBER

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From 10 years old

Summer Wars, by Mamoru Hosoda

2 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Welcome to the wonderful world of OZ: the largest social network, populated by millions of avatars. But, one day, a virus attacks, triggering disaster after disaster on a planetary level, and Kenji, a high school student gifted in mathematics, invited for the summer at Natsuki's house, secretly in love with him, is then suspected.

Eurozoom/Kazé, 2009, VOSTF, 1h54min, from 10 years old

Projection

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For all

starry nightsby Vincent Van Gogh

4:45 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Through the astronomical, pictorial and epistolary analysis of half a dozen canvases painted in 1888 and 1889 by Vincent Van Gogh in Arles, Saint-Rémy-de-Provence and Auvers-sur-Oise, I will deal with the extraordinary relationships that the artist maintained with his vision of the Provençal sky.

Moderated by Jean-Pierre Luminet, astrophysicist and writer (guest of honor)

Image opposite: Vincent van Gogh, The Starry Night, 1889, oil on canvas, New York, The Museum of Modern Art

Conference

STAKEHOLDERS

NICOLAS AUTHEMAN | Director

Nicolas Autheman is a French author, director and producer, born in 1982 in Paris. He has directed more than a dozen documentaries mainly devoted to the history of art, includingThe World in a Painting - Vermeer's Hat(2020).

CHRISTINE CORNILLET | Cultural mediator and photography teacher

A specialist in the history of photography, and a photographer herself, Christine Cornillet has been a trainer for 29 years. Workshops, courses, conferences, she puts her passion at the service of people and likes to share the emotions offered by images.

 

JEAN-PIERRE LUMINET | Astrophysicist and writer

Jean-Pierre Luminet is an astrophysicist and writer. His work on black holes made him world famous. He is the author of about thirty books where science, history, music and art are linked.Jean-Pierre Luminet is the guest of honor at the 2nd edition of the Rencontres de l'Histoire de l'Art.

 

MARION SERGEANT | art historian

Marion Sergent has a doctorate in art history from Sorbonne-University where she teaches as well as at the Ecole du Louvre. His work focuses on the group of musicalists of which Louise Janin (1893-1997) was a member. His first workLouise Janin, the art of the in-betweenwas released in February 2022.

MURIEL CATALA | Director of Campredon Art Center

Muriel Catala holds a DEA in art history, director of the Campredon art center since 2007, she has organized around fifty exhibitions, dedicated to artists, visual artists and photographers who make art today today and who participate in a history of the arts of tomorrow. 

 

LAURENT DELAIRE | Visual artist

Painter, draftsman and spatial sculptor, Laurent Delaire probes the mystery hidden beyond the world of appearances and questions the very idea of representation. His works are currently presented at Campredon Art Center as part of the exhibition “Laurent Delaire, These whites that I dig”.

 

FLORIAN METRAL | art historian

Florian Métral has a doctorate in art history from the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, a specialist in Renaissance art, currently a researcher at the University of Friborg (Switzerland). He is the author ofFigure the creation of the world, book published in 2019 by Actes Sud, awarded several literary prizes.

 

ANNE SCHUCHMAN-KUNE | Producer

A graduate in Literature, Linguistics and Oriental Languages, Anne Shuchman-Kune started at the Imprimerie Nationale, before joining ARTE in 1991. In 2001, she joined the INA then created, in 2006, Schuch Productions, producing reference films in the field of art and culture.

 

ELISABETH PACOUD-REME | Friends of the Marc Chagall Museum, Nice

A lawyer, trained in art history at the Ecole du Louvre, Elisabeth Pacoud-Rème took charge of the collections at the Marc Chagall National Museum in 1992. She became a specialist in the artist there and took part to the organization of numerous exhibitions on his work in the world (curators, catalogues) and contributed to multiple publications. Now retired, she has become president of the Association of Friends of the Marc Chagall National Museum with which she continues to promote the name of the artist and that of the museum by actively supporting the enrichment of its collections.

KYOKA-CY | Translators and videographers

Kyoka-Cy is a double entity… She, Japanese, Him, French passionate about Chinese then Japanese culture. Translators and videographers, their universe questions the linking of people, objects, landscapes, ways of thinking. They organize events around short and medium-length films, in particular forShort is shortand atJohn Doe Books.

Commissioners

Florian Metral| art historian

Muriel Catala| Director of CAMPREDON art center

PRICES

Conference | 1 session per person:8,60€(free for children under 14)

Workshop | 1 session per person:12,80€

Workshop package | 2 sessions per person:18€

Art History Encounters Package | for the three days, all appointments per person:20€

Exhibition | 1 entry per person: from5,20€at6.20€(free under conditions)

Screenings:free

OUR PARTNERS

Thank you to our partners for this second edition:

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Trace de Poète Association

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Association Memori