INFOS COVID-19
Suite aux annonces gouvernementales du 18 mars 2021 et au confinement du département du Nord, l'ouverture des expositions "Colors, etc." Et « Young Colors », initialement prévue le 9 avril 2021, est reportée à une date ultérieure. Nous vous tiendrons au courant dès que possible et espérons bientôt pouvoir vous y retrouver. Prenez soin de vous !

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9 Apr 27 Jun 2021

YOUNG COLORS

Exhibition (POSTPONED OPENING!)

Institut pour la Photographie & Sainte Marie-Madeleine Church, Lille (F)

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COVID-19 INFO
Following the government announcements of 18 March 2021 and the confinement of the Nord department, the opening of the "Young Colors" exhibition, initially scheduled for 9 April 2021, has been postponed to a later date. We will keep you informed as soon as possible and hope to see you there soon. Take care of you!

 

lille3000 presents the Young Colors exhibition in order to highlight young creators who have recently graduated from 11 art schools in the European Metropolis of Lille and the cities of Ghent, Kortrijk and Tournai in Belgium. La malterie is also associated with the project and sponsors two young artists hosted in residence.

This exhibition brings together 38 artists around the theme of color and echoes the exhibition Colors, etc. presented at the Tripostal in Lille from 9 April to 12 September 2021.

This first edition aims to constitute a generational and professional platform, marking for many creators an important first step at the beginning of their careers.

In order to give a lively insight into the very young contemporary creation, through the plurality of views and perspectives that characterizes it, the project has mobilized sections of fine arts, applied arts, design, architecture and fashion. Disciplines intersect, meet and enter into dialogue.

Curators : Caroline David & Siegrid Demyttenaere

 

11 schools are represented: Académie des Beaux-Arts de Tournai (Tournai),  ENSAPL École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et de Paysage de Lille (Villeneuve d’Ascq), ESA École Supérieure d’Art du Nord-Pas de Calais Dunkerque-Tourcoing (Tourcoing), ESA Saint-Luc Tournai (Tournai), ESAAT École Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et du Textile (Roubaix), Faculty of Architecture, Architectural Engineering and Urban Planning (LOCI), Catholic University of Louvain (Tournai), HOWEST (Kortrijk), KASK & Conservatorum / School of Arts (Ghent), Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains (Tourcoing), LUCA School of Arts (Ghent), Lycée Sévigné (Tourcoing).

Featured artists : Fanny Alet, Filip Anthonissen, David Ayoun, Clémentine Balcaen & Gaspard Meerloo, Hernan Bart Saatdjian, Zeli Bauwens, Anne Beumer, Robbe Callewaert, Marie Charpentier, Marthe Coolens, Elvira De Pelsmacker, Kamiel de Waal, Louise Delanghe, Eléonore Deshayes, Léo Devaddère, Hugo Deverchère, Wilfried Dsainbayonne, Julie Gaubert, Nawri Khamallah, Stanislav Kurakin, Anaïs Laine, Stéphanie Laleuw, Clara Marguerat, Gaïa Grandin Mendzylewski, Laurent Quillet,  Les Monseigneurs (Thomas Renwart), Joanna Reuse, Alexandre Ries, Yonas Seyoum, Luce Terrasson, Hried Van Biervliet, Sep Verboom, Robin Verslegers, Juan-Pablo Villegas, Antoine Watel, Wiesi Will (Vera Roggli & Laure Van Brempt).

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