Les Mondes Inversés
Following extensive renovations, B.P.S.22, the Centre for Contemporary Creativity in Hainaut, will reopen its doors as part of Mons in 2015 with a contemporary art exhibition devoted to popular culture, entitled Inverted worlds. Throughout history, artists have been inspired by the popular culture that surrounds them. The varied sources include objects, crafts, patterns of social organisation and behavioural practices. Even today, in Europe and
elsewhere, numerous visual artists draw inspiration from this quarter.
Inverted worlds brings together a significant collection of contemporary art which borrows in various ways from popular culture. Crossing disciplines and drawing on the roots of local cultures (the Ducasse de Mons, Binche Carnival, etc.), it invites international artists to take part in a major public encounter between contemporary art and popular culture.
Exhibition curator: Pierre-Olivier Rollin
Artists: Ghada Amer ; Neal Beggs ; Davide Bertocchi ; Jeremy Deller; Wim Delvoye; Gabriele Di Matteo; Jimmie Durham; mounirfatmi; Subodh Gupta; Cameron Jamie ; Abdoulaye Konate ; Jeff Koons ; Alma Lopez; Emilio Lopez-Menchero ; Paul McCarthy ; Jean-Luc Moerman ; Jean-Jacques Mullier ; Takashi Murakami ; Johan Muyle ; Chris Ofili ; Pierre et Gilles ; NavinRawanchaikul; HassanSarr ; YinkaShonibare ; Gert& Uwe Tobias ; Luc Tuymans ; Patrick Van Caeckenbergh ; Raphaël Zarka.
A production of B.P.S.22 and the Foundation Mons 2015 in partnership with the Province de Hainaut, the city of Charleroi, the Fédération Wallonie-Bruxelles and the Région wallonne.
MAR. > DIM. 11:00 > 19:00
FERME LE LUNDI SAUF FERIES, LE 25 DECEMBRE ET 1ER JANVIER
6€ / 4€ (groupes, seniors) / 3€ (étudiants)
Ticket Article 27
-12 ans gratuit