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Contemporary Art in Languedoc-Roussillon
This website is the product of a common desire, shared by the Ministry of Culture and Communication-DRAC Languedoc Roussillon and the Occitanie / Pyrénées-Méditerranée Region, to create a dynamic network in the field of plastic and visual arts. Eager to improve the visibility of spaces dedicated to contemporary art in Languedoc-Roussillon, and to optimise the way their upcoming events are issued to the general public, they entrusted the FRAC Occitanie Montpellier with the coordination of this project, which is co-financed by the European Union, via the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Languedoc-Roussillon is teeming with venues, teams, and personalities who share a common commitment toward contemporary art. Many artists have also chosen to live and work here. The ambition of this website is to reflect this eclecticism, this quality, and this vitality. To this end, our directory references emblematic venues and events, and will be updated regularly.
This website both echoes and initiates a network with which the FRAC has collaborated on a regular basis for thirty years. Our goal is to provide everyone with the widest and most complete information as possible on the current art scene, and to contribute to its exposure beyond regional boundaries.

Since 2012, the site has been a partner of CultiZer, an interdisciplinary cultural platform created by Réseau en scène to simplify the general public’s access to culture. Part of the contents of our site is now available on CultiZer as an addition to the CultiZone agenda and CultiVore virtual library, therefore giving access to information to a more varied public. This is also an occasion of establishing links between different creative and cultural fields, as is already shown by many artists who decompartmentalise genres and approaches.


 




The implementation of the Internet portal dedicated to contemporary art in Languedoc-Roussillon, digitalizing of the database, and FRAC Occitanie Montpellier Collection, are co-financed by the European Union. The EU supports Languedoc-Roussillon through the European Fund for Regional Development.
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Super/Surfaces — Nelson Aires, Estèla Alliaud, Jean - Adrien Arzilier, John Cornu, Laurence De Leersnyder, François - Xavier Laloi, Emmanuel Le Cerf, Guillaume Linard - Osorio, et Capucine Vandebrouck
CACN - Centre d’Art Contemporain de Nîmes
Exposition du 12 janvier au 30 mars 2019
Nîmes



CACN
25 rue Saint - Rémy 30900 Nîmes


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Appel à candidatures Post_Production 2019 — à l’attention des diplômé(e)s DNSEP 2011 à 2018 des écoles supérieures d’art de Montpellier, Nîmes, Pau-Tarbes et Toulouse
Envoi des dossiers de candidature : avant le 25 mars 2019 à 12h
FRAC - Fonds régional d’art contemporain Occitanie Montpellier, Montpellier


© Vue de l’exposition Temps d’un espace-nuit, Post_Production 2018 - Frac OM - Crédit P. Schwartz

Le programme Post_Production est proposé par les écoles supérieures d’art de Montpellier (MoCo Esba), Nîmes (Esban), Pau-Tarbes (ÉSA Pyrénées) et de Toulouse (isdaT), en partenariat avec le FRAC OM

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PLANÈTE B - EXPLORER LE COURS DES CHOSES — Junie Briffaz, Le Collectif In Extremis, Benjamin Ferré, Fischli & Weiss, Jul Quanouai
Exposition du 23 février au 02 juin
Maison Des Arts Georges Et Claude Pompidou




Centre D’art Contemporain Conventionné
Résidences Internationales D’artistes
134 Avenue Germain Canet F-46160 Cajarc


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Chrïsalys — Vincent-Joseph Gabriël
En traits libres
Exposition visible du 7 au 31 mars - Vernissage le 7 mars à partir de 18h
Montpellier



En traits libres est ouvert les mercredi et samedi de 14h à 19h Le reste des horaires est aléatoire

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BAT’EXPO — David Bioulès - Nicolas Durand
Exposition du 09 mars au 11 mai
Vernissage samedi 9 mars 18h




Angle art contemporain
26130 St Paul trois Châteaux



FOLLOW THE LINE — Claude Cattelain
Exposition du 14 mars au 10 mai
La chambre d’écho, ICI-CCN
Montpellier


Compter jusqu’à 10 en regardant l’objectif de Claude Cattelain - vidéo (2013) © Claude Cattelain

ICI - centre chorégraphique national de Montpellier
Vernissage de l’exposition : jeudi 14 mars 2019 à 19h
Jours et heures d’ouverture : mercredis et jeudis de 14h à 18h / vendredis de 14h à 17h


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Reine Animale — Vanessa Notley
Exposition à la Galerie Jean-Paul Barrès Toulouse
From thursday march 21 to saturday april 27 2019




Galerie Jean-Paul Barrès
1 place Saintes Scarbes
31000 Toulouse


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