Art musts of the week: 12 - 18 May 2014

May 15, 2014

What You must know: Daniel Buren scenography at the National Opera of Paris

Future Dance Director at the Opera of Paris, Benjamin Millepied has asked Daniel Buren to stage the

pastoral ballet "Daphnis et Chloé". The artist draws on tones and rhythms of this choreographic

Symphony to create a "dialectic game between music, body and scene", offering an abstract and

colorful set, in perfect harmony with Maurice Ravel's music. More information:


106554.php - Photo © Agathe Poupeney/Opéra national de Paris

What you must see: European Night of Museums 2014


The 10th edition of the European Night of the Museums will be held on Saturday, May 17, 2014 in

France and throughout Europe. For 10 years, the public has been invited to wander in museums on a

Spring Saturday night. Concerts and shows, thematic tours, screenings, performances, museums offer a

wide range of possibilities. (…) From Moscow to Madrid, from London to Sofia, from Marseilles to

Bucharest, millions of Europeans will have access to our common heritage. More information: - Graphisme : DES SIGNES, le studio Muchir et Desclouds

What you must have: Expérience Pommery #11

Une odyssée. 30 ans du FRAC Champagne-Ardenne

Once a year, Pommery gathers artists from the international contemporary scene. This event takes

place at Les Crayères, the famous wine producers' Gallo-Roman castle. This year, Pommery invites Frac

Champagne-Ardenne to celebrate its 30th anniversary. For a few months, the area will host the

emblematic works this Regional Funds for Contemporary Art. More information: - Expérience Pommery

#11 - Une odyssée. 30 ans du FRAC Champagne-Ardenne - 22 x 28,5 cm - EAN : 9791020400529 -

Paperback - €9.50 - French/English - Beaux Arts éditions

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