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Veno Pilon, Noč v Montparnassu, 1930 / z dovoljenjem Pilonove galerije Ajdovščina

Veno Pilon, Noč v Montparnassu, 1930 / z dovoljenjem Pilonove galerije Ajdovščina

Jean Cocteau & Veno Pilon v Ljubljani Jean Cocteau & Veno Pilon in Ljubljana

Veno Pilon, Noč v Montparnassu, 1930 / z dovoljenjem Pilonove galerije Ajdovščina

Veno Pilon, Noč v Montparnassu, 1930 / z dovoljenjem Pilonove galerije Ajdovščina

 

1. junija se v Photonu odpira razstava Bohemi iz Montparnassa, ki predstavlja dela ikoničnega umetnika, pesnika in filmarja Jeana Cocteauja in domačega “Parižana” Vena Pilona.

V Ljubljano pa prihaja tudi sokuratorica razstave Julie Martin, ki je aktivna v newyorški umetniški skupnosti od sredine 60. let. Je direktorica organizacije Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), ki so jo leta 1966 v New Yorku ustanovili umetnika Robert Rauschenberg in Robert Whitman ter inženirja Fred Waldhauer in Billy Klüver.

4. junija ob 20. uri bo predavala v Atriju ZRC, Ljubljana

Fotografski portreti Jeana Cocteauja in Vena Pilona nudijo vpogled v pariško sceno v prvi polovici 20. stoletja, ko je Pariz nesporno veljal za središče sveta umetnosti. VEČ

On 1 June the exhibition, entitled Bohemians from Montparnasse will open at Photon Gallery. It will showcase photographic works of artist, poet and filmmaker Jean Cocteau and Slovenian artist Veno Pilon who was based in Paris.

We are pround to host cocurator of the exhibition Julie Martin who has been active on the New York art scene since the 1960s. She is director of Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), the nonprofit organization cofounded in 1966 in New York by artists Robert Rauschenberg and Robert Whitman and engineers Billy Klüver (Martin’s late husband) and Fred Waldhauer to encourage and facilitate collaborations between artists and engineers.

Julie Martin will give a lecture on 4 June at 8pm at ZRC Atrium, Ljubljana

The photographic portraits of Jean Cocteau and Veno Pilon offer an insight into the Paris scene at a period of time when Paris was still considered the indisputable centre of the art world. MORE