01. Intro

13th Biennale de Lyon, the 2015 edition

Thierry Raspail
Artistic director

I was keen to give this 13th edition of the Lyon Biennale the overarching keyword Moderne. It was the word I gave Ralph Rugoff when I asked him to take on the curatorship of La vie moderne, the exhibition that has provided the title of the Biennale to be held at the Sucrière, the macLYON and in room 15 of the Musée des Confluences. It was also the word when I took the decision to extend the Biennale to three other exhibitions: Ce fabuleux monde moderne, Rendez-vous 15, and Anish Kapoor chez Le Corbusier. There are two further platforms in this loose conglomeration for 2015: Veduta, l’école de l’amateur, in the Metropolis of Lyon, and Résonance, which brings together the best in international and regional (Rhône-Alpes) creativity. The history of the Modern and of modernity is obviously too long for me to make any attempt here to cover all its episodes. Nevertheless, the “return of the modern” has been so unexpected that it is worth dwelling on it for a few moments.

First of all, it has to be said that, for historians today, Modern describes both the Neolithic period and the Bronze Age, until its sudden collapse a little over 3000 years ago. But the word ‘modern’ became widely used in the West and in France in particular, with the famous Quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns, in the late 1680s. It corresponded to the simultaneous discovery of Greek history, on the one hand, and of prestigious civilisations hitherto ignored in the West, such as China, Japan, Southeast Asia, the Indian subcontinent, Mexico and Peru. It was around that time that the myth of the noble savage began to exercise the finest minds of the time. Since that time we have invented the Nation and the Universal, in other words the simultaneous presence and absence of frontiers. Then we created their baleful avatars, colonialism and Orientalism. Colonialism used force and every means available to it in its attempt to create “people like us” by imposing its values on the “Others”, while Orientalism sought to create an irreducible difference by imposing values on “people like us” that would transform them into “Others”. In both cases, the “Other” was subordinate and the invention was Western. 

The Modern parable was then revised, corrected and extended by numerous authors, poets and artists including Baudelaire, who said “one must be absolutely modern”, Walter Benjamin, Charlie Chaplin, and Jacques Tati. In the visual arts, the Modern was brought radically up to date in the 1950s and 1960s by American art historian and critic Clement Greenberg. His interpretation of it was dictatorial and formalistic, insisting that art should conform to its “essence”, namely flatness for painting and volume for sculpture. This quest for absolute purity excluded the majority of Modern artists of that period, who rejected such narrow  prescriptiveness. The argument spread to Europe and lasted thirty years.

Then, miraculously, the Modern disappeared sometime during the 1980s with the appearance of post-modernism, the end of “grand narratives” and the end of what was thought to be the end of history. The Modern seemed to vanish at the very moment when biennials, particularly those in emerging countries, began to develop at the speed of light all over the world (there were more than 200 at the last count). Modern disappeared but the period that took its place remained unnamed (which, incidentally, was the burden of the 2007 Lyon Biennale, curated by Hans-Ulrich Obrist and Stéphanie Moisdon1). Since that time, we have learned that  he Indo-Europeans – the legendary people at the origin of the cultural region which gave rise to our language system and our modes of social and cultural organisation – probably never existed.2 Worse still, we have come to understand that “We Have Never Been Modern”.3

So how does one explain this ‘return to the Modern’?

We could explain it simply as being due to a galloping globalisation that saddled us with a world of permanent flux, spreading in all directions: digital networks, capital, technology, material, migration. These flows created a new episode in the success story of the Modern. In the visual arts this to-ing and fro-ing was responsible for the appearance of some outstanding artists from cultural areas that had previously been undervalued by the West: China, India, south-east Asia, the Middle East, and certain African countries. Nearly three centuries later, there we were, repeating the experience of those who took part in the Quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns, with two exceptions: first, that our own memory has taken over the role played by ancient Greece in the 17th century and, secondly, that time has become shorter: the bill of exchange in all its slowness has completely lost out to the simultaneity of the Internet. But if the dialogue has been an easy one, in the first place it is because those artists from “elsewhere”, who could quite legitimately have rejected the colonial West’s long-held modernist attitudes and withdrawn into their own “identity”, decided instead to adopt the Modern and change its rules, while extending its colours and contours in the process.4

As a result, today’s Modern is an extended but incomplete Modern, which no longer believes in its promises of happiness. We are not only Modernists, we are, by turns or simultaneously, neo-modernists, altermodernists, pro- or anti-modernists, folk-modernists and even late-modernists. We have left post-modernism behind, in favour of an extended, totally new Modern, a hyper-Modern,  hich like the objects connected with it, is blurred at the edges and extends into vast and imprecise areas. In short, we are Modernists without being Modernists, or rather we are “extended Modernists”, and that is what characterises the condition of the artwork of today. And if the word Modern still seems vague and rather old-fashioned to some people, the narrative that it conveys is radically and deliberately of our times. And we know that the Narrative, whether it is “grand” 

or not, is the new Universal which rules all our social and cultural relationships. It follows that this present and contingent Modern is the condition of contemporary art. It is, at one and the same time, its basis, its memory and its shadow. To tell the story of Modernity on the occasion of this 13th edition of the Lyon Biennale amounts to writing a history of the contemporary period. And this is our most passionate endeavour.

The 2015 edition is all over the Metropolis of Lyon. There are exhibitions, but also artists’ residencies, trails in the city, in boutiques, in restaurants, and in private apartments. There are discussions, lectures, performances, and collaborations with a number of other cities, with the Musée Africain de Lyon, and with URDLA. There are more than seventy works from the collection of the Musée d’art contemporain spread over more than ten exhibitions. At the Fondation Bullukian, there is a history of Veduta, l’école de l’amateur in an exhibition titled Copie conforme… Moderne, and there are works by Dan Graham, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Robert Filliou, and Yona Friedman. And there are over two hundred Résonance events in the Rhône-Alpes region, including fifteen Focus. The 2015 Biennale invites you to ramble hither and thither along the paths of contemporary creation. Take the well-trodden ones as well as the more secret ones. It is a wonderful expedition, explosive, sometimes disturbing, but irremediably poetic and hyper-creative. Hardly surprising – this is La vie moderne, after all.

1 00s – The History of a Decade That Has Not Yet Been Named, 19 September 2007 – 6 January 2008
2 Jean-Paul Demoule, Mais où sont passés les Indo-Européens ? Le mythe d’origine de l’Occident. La Librairie du XXIe siècle. Paris, 2014
3 We Have Never Been Modern. Bruno Latour, translated by Catherine Porter. Harvard University Press. Cambridge, Massachusetts. 1993

4 Daryush Shayegan, La Conscience métisse, Albin Michel, Paris, 2012, p. 16 : “We need to be initiated into a modernity, where we are the uninvited guests […] Our creations can only be brought up to date by passing through the prism of modernity”.

© Blaise Adilon



Gallery
La vie moderne 126 photos
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Hannah Hurtzig
Night Lessons 2 - Création Biennale 2015
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Hannah Hurtzig
Night Lessons 2 - Création Biennale 2015
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Miguel Angel Rios
The Ghost of Modernity Lixiviados - 2012
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Miguel Angel Rios
The Ghost of Modernity Lixiviados - 2012
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Miguel Angel Rios
The Ghost of Modernity Lixiviados - 2012
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Cyprien Gaillard
Nightlife - 2015
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Cyprien Gaillard
Nightlife - 2015
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Cyprien Gaillard
Nightlife - 2015
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David Shrigley
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David Shrigley
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Jon Rafman
Nine Eyes of Google Street View - 2014
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Jon Rafman
Nine Eyes of Google Street View - 2014
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Lai Chih-Sheng
Border_Lyon - 2015
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Lai Chih-Sheng
Border_Lyon - 2015
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T.J. Wilcox
In the Air - 2013-Création Biennale 2015
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T.J. Wilcox
In the Air - 2013-Création Biennale 2015
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T.J. Wilcox
In the Air - 2013-Création Biennale 2015
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T.J. Wilcox
In the Air - 2013-Création Biennale 2015
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T.J. Wilcox
In the Air - 2013-Création Biennale 2015
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T.J. Wilcox
In the Air - 2013-Création Biennale 2015
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T.J. Wilcox
In the Air - 2013-Création Biennale 2015
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Fabien Giraud & Raphaël Siboni
La Mémoire de masse - Création Biennale 2015
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Fabien Giraud & Raphaël Siboni
La Mémoire de masse - Création Biennale 2015
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Fabien Giraud & Raphaël Siboni
La Mémoire de masse - Création Biennale 2015
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Kader Attia
Les oxymores de la Raison / Reason's oxymoron - Création Biennale 2015
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Kader Attia
Les oxymores de la Raison / Reason's oxymoron - Création Biennale 2015
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Kader Attia
Traditional Repair, Immaterial Injury - Création Biennale 2015
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Kader Attia
Traditional Repair, Immaterial Injury - Création Biennale 2015
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Kader Attia
Traditional Repair, Immaterial Injury - Création Biennale 2015
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Kader Attia
Traditional Repair, Immaterial Injury - Création Biennale 2015
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Hicham Berrada
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Alex Da Corte
Taut Eye Tau - Création Biennale 2015
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Alex Da Corte
Taut Eye Tau - Création Biennale 2015
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Magdi Mostafa
The Surface of Spectral Scattering - 2014
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Magdi Mostafa
The Surface of Spectral Scattering - 2014
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Magdi Mostafa
The Surface of Spectral Scattering - 2014
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Ahmet Öğüt
Workers taking over the factory - 2015
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Ahmet Öğüt
Workers taking over the factory - 2015
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Ahmet Öğüt
Workers taking over the factory - 2015
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Camille Blatrix
La liberté, l'amour, la vitesse - Création Biennale 2015
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Camille Blatrix
La liberté, l'amour, la vitesse - Création Biennale 2015
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Céleste Boursier-Mougenot
aura - Création Biennale 2015
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Céleste Boursier-Mougenot
aura - Création Biennale 2015
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Céleste Boursier-Mougenot
aura - Création Biennale 2015
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Jessica Diamond
Le Vin Avant La Roue (left) - The Modern World (right) - Création Biennale 2015
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George Condo
Zombie Modernism - Création Biennale 2015
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Mohamed Bourouissa
Unknown#18 - 2014-2015
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Marina Pinsky
Sun Valley - 2013
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Michael Armitage
Lucy - 2015
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Sammy Baloji
Hunting & Collecting - Création Biennale 2015
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Sammy Baloji
Hunting & Collecting - Création Biennale 2015
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Michel Blazy
Pull over time - Création Biennale 2015
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Michel Blazy
Pull over time - Création Biennale 2015
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Michel Blazy
Pull over time - Création Biennale 2015
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Nguyen Trinh Thi
Landscape Series #1 - 2013
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Nguyen Trinh Thi
Landscape Series #1 - 2013
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Nguyen Trinh Thi
Landscape Series #1 - 2013
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Otobong Nkanga
Wetin You Go Do? - Création Biennale 2015
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Otobong Nkanga
Wetin You Go Do? - Création Biennale 2015
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Otobong Nkanga
Wetin You Go Do? - Création Biennale 2015
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Anna Ostoya
Red, Blue, Yellow - Création Biennale 2015
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Julien Prévieux
Petite anthologie de la triche - Création Biennale 2015
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Julien Prévieux
Petite anthologie de la triche - Création Biennale 2015
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Marinella Senatore
The Word Community Feels Good - Création Biennale 2015
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Marinella Senatore
The Word Community Feels Good - Création Biennale 2015
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Marinella Senatore
The Word Community Feels Good - Création Biennale 2015
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Cameron Jamie
Front Lawn Funerals and Cemeteries - 1984-ongoing
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Cameron Jamie
Front Lawn Funerals and Cemeteries - 1984-ongoing
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Cameron Jamie
Front Lawn Funerals and Cemeteries - 1984-ongoing
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Laura Lamiel
Chambre de capture : Figure A - Création Biennale 2015
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Ed Ruscha
Gators -
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Avery Singer
Dancers around an Effigy to Modernism - 2013
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Arseny Zhilyaev
The Aesthetic Complex of the Post-Sonet Oligarchy Period - 2015
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Arseny Zhilyaev
The Aesthetic Complex of the Post-Sonet Oligarchy Period - 2015
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Arseny Zhilyaev
The Aesthetic Complex of the Post-Sonet Oligarchy Period - 2015
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Haegue Yang
Sol LeWitt Upside Down – Structure with Three Towers, Expanded 23 Times, Split in Three - 2015
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Haegue Yang
Sol LeWitt Upside Down – Structure with Three Towers, Expanded 23 Times, Split in Three - 2015
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Haegue Yang
Sol LeWitt Upside Down – Structure with Three Towers, Expanded 23 Times, Split in Three - 2015
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Yto Barrada
Cabane de Lauriers, Fig. 2, (Oleander Summer Shed), Sidi Mghai - 2009
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Yto Barrada
Plumber assemblage, Fig. 7 Tanger - 2014
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Thomas Eggerer
Waterworld - Création Biennale 2015
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Emmanuelle Lainé
il parait que le fond de l’être est en train de changer ? - Création Biennale 2015
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Emmanuelle Lainé
il parait que le fond de l’être est en train de changer ? - Création Biennale 2015
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Nina Beier
13 works by Nina Beier -
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Nina Beier
13 works by Nina Beier -
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Nina Beier
13 works by Nina Beier -
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Johannes Kahrs
Untitled (monkey man) - 2015
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Johannes Kahrs
Untitled (on the balcony) - 2012-2013
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Katja Novitskova
Approximation (planet Mars HD) and Bannini Dodoli de Luxe Grey - Création Biennale 2015
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Katja Novitskova
Discover and Grow jumperoo ; Approximation (enzyme) ; Bannini Dodoli de Luxe Grey - Création Biennale 2015
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Lucie Stahl
Asphalt Jungle - Création Biennale 2015
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Lucie Stahl
Identity and Memento - 2015
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Cecilia Bengolea & Jeremy Deller
Rhythmasspoetry - Création Biennale 2015
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Cecilia Bengolea & Jeremy Deller
Rhythmasspoetry - Création Biennale 2015
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Cecilia Bengolea & Jeremy Deller
Rhythmasspoetry - Création Biennale 2015
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Cecilia Bengolea & Jeremy Deller
Rhythmasspoetry - Création Biennale 2015
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Guan Xiao
Tumbling Glory and Rolling Beating - 2015
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Nina Canell
Mid-Sentence - 2015
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Nina Canell
Mid-Sentence - 2015
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Nina Canell
Mid-Sentence - 2015
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Anthea Hamilton
Kar-a-sutra - 2015
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Anthea Hamilton
Kar-a-sutra - 2015
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Liu Wei
Enigma - 2014
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Liu Wei
Enigma - 2014
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Liu Wei
Enigma - 2014
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Andreas Lolis
Permanent Residence - Création Biennale 2015
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Andreas Lolis
Permanent Residence - Création Biennale 2015
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Andreas Lolis
Permanent Residence - Création Biennale 2015
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Daniel Naudé
Africanis 20. Petrusville, Northern Cape - 19 April, 2011
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Tony Oursler
“Weak-classifers” - Création Biennale 2015
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Tony Oursler
“Weak-classifers” - Création Biennale 2015
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Tony Oursler
“Weak-classifers” - Création Biennale 2015
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Tony Oursler
“Weak-classifers” - Création Biennale 2015
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Klaus Weber
emergency blanket - Création Biennale 2015
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Simon Denny
The personnal effects of Kim Dotcom - 2014
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Simon Denny
The personnal effects of Kim Dotcom - 2014
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Simon Denny
The personnal effects of Kim Dotcom - 2014
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Cameron Jamie
All works -
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Cameron Jamie
All works -
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Tatiana Trouvé
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HRM Benjamin Ikenchuku Keaborekuzi 1, Dein of Agbor - 2012
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