CURA.

PERMAFROST
Forms of disaster

MO.CO, Montpellier 

Feb 1 – May 3, 2020

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The Permafrost exhibition presents itself as a changing landscape, transforming the art center into an immersive experience. The artists offer artworks, improbable relics and hybrid objects, linked to natural, social or political disasters resulting from global climate change. Visitors are confronted with the vulnerability of a changing world.

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Max Hooper Schneider. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie High Art, Paris 
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Nina Beier. Courtesy of the artist  
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Michael E. Smith. Courtesy of the artist and Modern Art, London  
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Ozan Atalan. Courtesy of the artist  
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Rochelle Goldberg. Courtesy of the artist and Galleria Federico Vavassori, Milan  
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Deniz Atkaş. Courtesy of the artist and Artsümer, Istanbul  
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Nicolàs Lamas. Courtesy of the artist and Meessen de Clercq, Bruxelles  

ARTIST
Deniz Aktaş, Ozan Atalan, Nina Beier, Dora Budor, Rochelle Goldberg, Eloise Hawser, Max Hooper Schneider, Nicolas Lamas, Pakui Hardware, Michael E. Smith, Laure Vigna.

Featured Image
Nicolás Lamas

 

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