The Centquatre in Paris and the CAPC in Bordeaux share the same playground: the carnival. Without any consultation, the two establishments chose to stage contemporary creation at the same time through the prism of this popular ritual that appeared in the 19th century.e century.
At the Centquatre, the Fairground of Contemporary Art welcomes “works-attractions” which transform the visitor into an actor (ghost trains, rifle shooting, optical illusions, jumping into the void, upset everything…) to discover signed pieces Julio Le Parc, Adel Abdessemed, Pascale Marthine Tayou, Loris Gréaud… The curators are betting on engaging young and old on the path of art through
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