La Biennale Paris showcases, in partnership with La Patinoire Royale - galerie Valérie Bach, a major work of the French-Venezuelan artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, "Transchromie", a symbol of La Biennale Paris' desire to open up to the contemporary sector.
Presented in Brussels, the work is to be discovered for the first time in Paris in its original format of 15 x 15m at the feet of the paddock of the nave of the Grand Palais. Designed in 1965 for the Denise René Gallery, Carlos Cruz-Diez's "Transchromie" is a monumental environment, a vital experience of colour, which represents an important element in the artist's career. The visitor is immediately immersed in this large installation, which allows him to experience the extreme "sensorialization" of color. This work resembles the artist's willingness to live all the theories and practices he has conceived and defended throughout his prolific life and career.
We are pleased to announce that the Kingdom of Bahrain will be the guest of honor of our next edition, hosting a pavilion dedicated mainly to contemporary art but also to the heritage of this Gulf country. The agreement signed on the occasion of the inauguration of the ArtBAB fair, Art Bahrain Across Borders, between Mathias Ary Jan, President of SNA and Kaneka Subberwal, ArtBAB fair director, will present under the nave of the Grand Palais more than a hundred works by Bahraini artists. This pavilion will be designed and organized by Kaneka Subberwal and Tasneem Al Shuroughi, director of the Art Select program, in collaboration with a French curatorial team. Artifacts and collectibles from The Bahrain Room, a new showcase of Bahraini arts and crafts, will also be featured in this pavilion.
Crimes against cultural heritage, particularly in the Middle East and the Sahel, are unacceptable. They put our common heritage at risk. La Biennale Paris wishes to support ALIPH’s efforts to protect, rebuild and restore this heritage, and hence contribute to reconciliation and peace.
The Gala Dinner
Different participants attend this memorable dinner, among which stand personalities from the world of art and culture, media, corporate bosses, politicians or collectors.
For the second consecutive year, La Biennale Paris has chosen to dedicate its Gala Dinner to the cause defended by the ALIPH foundation, chaired by Dr. Thomas S. Kaplan. The proceeds from this event and the donations collected by ALIPH on this occasion will be allocated to the rehabilitation project of the Mosul Museum.
Gala Dinner reservations:
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Public opening hours
From Friday 13 to Tuesday 17 September 2019
From 11 AM to 10 PM
Tuesday 17 September until 6 PM
Full rate: € 35
Students: € 20
Reduced rate: € 30
Card holders of Amis du Louvre
Les Amis du Musée des Arts Décoratifs
La Société des Amis des Musées d’Orsay et de l’Orangerie
Thursday 12 September 2019
From 6 PM to 10 PM
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Under 12s: free admission
Guided visit: € 30
Catalogue: € 35