ELDORADO - lille3000 / 27 AVR › 01 DEC 2019

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Get out your treasure map because more than 50 exhibitions lie in wait for you to discover.

At la Gare Saint Sauveur as well as in many partner venues in the Lille Eurodistrict and the Hauts-de-France Region. Explore the many themes of Eldorado: myth, conquest, utopia, voyage, migration, space and nature.



IN LILLE:

The Green Goddess


27 APRIL > 03 NOVEMBER 2019
GARE SAINT SAUVEUR, LILLE
WED > SUN – 12PM > 7PM
FREE

Establishing a parallel between the forms of art and the forms of nature, the exhibition adopts the playful form of a vast greenhouse recreated in the Gare Saint Sauveur.

Artists: Gwladys Alonzo, María José Argenzio, Mariana Castillo-Deball, Carolina Caycedo, Chelsea Culprit, Dewar & Gicquel, Naomi Fisher, Galerie Rezeda, David Gumbs, Cristóbal Gracia, Cynthia Gutiérrez, Renaud Jerez, Lake Verea, Lucile Littot, Engel Leonardo, Caroline Mesquita, Miguel Penha, Calixto Ramírez Correa, Clémence Seilles, María Sosa, Fabiola Torres-Alzaga
Curator: Dorothée Dupuis.

Accessibility :


[NEW] Alebrijes Y Calaveras


18 SEPT > 03 NOV 2019
GARE SAINT SAUVEUR, LILLE
WED > SUN – 12PM > 7PM
FREE
Opening : wednesday 18 september, 7PM

After having travelled throughout the European Metropolis of Lille since the opening of Eldorado, the Alebrijes and the Mexicraneos Skulls are all meeting for the first time at la Gare Saint Sauveur.



[NEW] La Maison Biquini / Carte blanche à la Malterie


04 SEPT > 03 NOV
GARE SAINT SAUVEUR, LILLE
WED > SUN – 12PM > 7PM
FREE
Opening : wednesday 18 september, 7PM

Artists’ residence open to the public.
For Eldorado, on the esplanade side, the old brick-built house of the Gare Saint Sauveur reopens its doors to the public… and to artists!

In partnership with : La Malterie
Artists : Stefania Arcieri, Aurélien Bonnetaud, Julie Maresq et David Leleu.



[NEW] LE RÊVE D’ÊTRE ARTISTE


20 SEPT 2019 > 06 JAN 2020
PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS, LILLE
MON : 2PM > 6PM / WED > SUN : 10AM > 6PM
PRICES : FULL 10€ / REDUCED : 8€

From Albrecht Dürer to Jeff Koons, Edouard Manet, Camille Claudel, Frida Kahlo and Andy Warhol, the exhibition explores the construction of a myth, the one of the artisan who wanted to be immortal.

General Currator: Bruno Girveau
Scientific currator: Delphine Rousseau, Régis Cotentin, assistés de Clémentine Delplancq.


Mathias Kiss : Besoin d’Air ?

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27 APRIL 2019 > 06 JANUARY 2020
ATRIUM OF THE PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS, LILLE
MON : 2PM > 6PM / WED > SUN : 10AM > 6PM
FREE

At the juncture of painting, sculpture and architecture, Mathias Kiss develops a reflection on the deconstruction of classical heritage. His work dissolves barriers between art and craftsmanship. On the occasion of lille3000’s new theme of Eldorado, the artist proposes an installation at the Palais des Beaux-Arts that evokes the sky and space. It opens the site to the outside and the light, thus inciting us to dream of endless possibility.

Artist: Mathias Kiss.
Curator: Régis Cotentin.


AND MORE…


IN THE EUROPEAN METROPOLIS OF LILLE:

[NEW] Dulce Pinzón, The real story of Superheroes


03 SEPT > 02 NOV 2019
LA CORDERIE, MARCQ-EN-BARŒUL
TUES & THUR : 2PM > 6PM / WED > SAT : 10AM > 6PM / FRI : 2PM > 8PM
FREE ACCESS

After September 11, the notion of the “hero” began to rear its head in the public consciousness more and more frequently. The notion served a necessity in a time of national and global crisis to acknowledge those who showed extraordinary courage or determination in the face of danger, sometimes even sacrificing their lives in an attempt to save others.


AND MORE…


IN THE HAUTS-DE-FRANCE REGION:

Gigantism, Art and Industry


04 MAY 2019 > 05 JANUARY 2020
FRAC, LAAC ET HALLE AP2, DUNKERQUE

GIGANTISM is a completely novel initiative: the creation of a new triennial in Europe. An exhibition of sculptures, designer furniture, films, scale models, paintings and other forms of utopia showcases the remarkable creativity that has resulted from collaborations between artists, engineers and architects since the second half of the twentieth century.

Proposed by the Frac Grand Large – Hauts-de-France and Laac – Musée De France
Artistic directors: Keren Detton, Géraldine Gourbe, Grégory Lang and Sophie Warlop.


LE MUMO 2 (Musée Mobile)

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27 APRIL > 15 SEPTEMBER 2019
ON TOUR IN LILLE, LILLE EURODISTRICT & RÉGION HAUTS-DE-FRANCE

The MuMo Eldorado exhibition will be a dialogue between the Eldorado of yesterday with its myths (conquest, the gold rush, sunken cities, treasure maps, etc.) and the Eldorado of tomorrow, which connects to current events (Europe and migration from Africa for example).

Artists: Guglielmo Achille Cavellini, Tacita Dean, Kendell Geers, Rodney Graham, Cécile Hartmann, Bouchra Khalili, Friedrich Kunath, Teresa Margolles, Gabriel Rico, Sam Samore, Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille, Christophe Vigouroux, Danh Vo.
Currator: Ingrid Brochard, fondatrice du Musée Mobile, en coopération avec le CNAP, le Frac Grand Large Hauts-de-France et des mondes dessinés Frac Picardie.


The Travelling Planetarium


09 MAY > 26 OCTOBER 2019
ON TOUR IN LILLE AND LILLE EURODISTRICT

On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of Man’s first step on the Moon, the Departmental Forum of Sciences of Villeneuve d’Ascq invites us to live or relive this historic moment. For six months, a travelling planetarium will criss-cross the city and its hinterland to immerse local residents in the world of space conquest.


AND MORE…

  • Pologne – 25 sept > 20 janv 2020, Musée du Louvre Lens




FINISHED:


Môm’Art – Les enfants à l’œuvre !

UNTIL SEPT 1ST 2019
GARE SAINT SAUVEUR, LILLE
WED > SUN – 12PM > 7PM
FREE

For the 4th edition, the Cities of Lille, Lomme and Hellemes, in partnership with the National Education Department, the Regional Department of Cultural Affairs of the Hauts-de-France and lille3000, present the Môm’Art exhibition

Kids are the artists !


Intenso/Mexicano

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27 APRIL > 1 SEPTEMBER 2019
MUSÉE DE L’HOSPICE COMTESSE, LILLE
MON : 2PM > 6PM / WED > SUN : 10AM > 6PM
7€ / 5€

The exhibition includes 48 paintings, engravings and photographs from the permanent collection of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Mexico, in order to highlight certain recurring cultural traits in the production of Mexican (or foreign) artists who lived in Mexico, in the aftermath of the 1910 Revolution and up to the turn of the 20th century: from Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, José Clemente Orozco and Francisco Toledo, to Manuel Álvarez Bravo, Graciela Iturbide, Germán Venegas and Daniel Lezama.

Artists: Ignacio Aguirre, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Lola Álvarez Bravo, Manuel Álvarez Bravo, José Raúl Anguiano, Julio Castellanos, José Chávez Morado, Olga Costa, Xavier Esqueda, Héctor García, Xavier Guerrero, Juan Guzmán, Graciela Iturbide, Frida Kahlo, Daniel Lezama, Pablo López Luz, Ricardo Martínez, Francisco Mata Rosas, Tina Modotti, Pablo Ortiz Monasteiro, José Chávez Morado, Alfonso X. Peña, Alice Rahon, Diego Rivera, Ione Robinson, Manuel Rodríguez Lozano, Rosa Rolanda Covarrubias, Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo, Germán Venegas, Nahum Bernabé Zenil.
Curator: Sylvia Navarrete Bouzard.


Oaxaca in Los Angeles

27 APRIL > 1 SEPTEMBER 2019
MUSÉE DE L’HOSPICE COMTESSE
MON : 2PM > 6PM / WED > SUN : 10AM > 6PM
FREE

Famous for their immense murals, the Tlacolulokos collective, named after their hometown of Tlacolula in the state of Oaxaca in Mexico, focus on local social topics that connect to universal sociocultural issues and highlight their own indigenous origins.

Artists: Tlacolulokos (Dario Canul et Cosijoesa Cernas).


Les Enfants du Paradis


25 APRIL > 26 AUGUST 2019
MUba EUGÈNE LEROY, TOURCOING
WED > MON : 1PM > 6PM
5,50€ / 3€

Testifying to the genuine richness and renewal of contemporary painting, the exhibition invites visitors to embark on a journey of unprecedented pictorial explorations, between enchantments and disenchantments, lost illusions and new ecstasies.

Artists: Dan Attoe, Hernan Bas, Jules de Balincourt, Romain Bernini, Guillaume Bresson, Nina Childress, Jérémy Demester, Tim Eitel, Till Gerhard, Eberhard Havekost, Thomas Lélu, Li Qing, Pierre Seinturier, Claire Tabouret, Ida Tursic & Wilfred Mille, Iris Van Dongen.
Commissariat : Jérôme Sans, Jean-Max Colard, avec Isabelle Bernini.
Curators: Jérôme Sans and Jean-Max Colard, with Isabelle Bernini.


Golden Room


27 APRIL > 02 SEPTEMBER 2019
PALAIS DES BEAUX-ARTS, LILLE
MON : 2PM > 6PM / WED > SUN : 10AM > 6PM
7€ / 4€

Treasure trove or Ali Baba’s cave: the mythical place of all Eldorados sought by all gold hunters.

Artists: :mentalKLINIK, Mircea Cantor, Kendell Geers, Thomas Lélu, Olga De Amaral.
Curators: Jérôme Sans and Jean-Max Colard, with Isabelle Bernini.


Eldorama


27 APRIL > 01 SEPTEMBER 2019
TRIPOSTAL, LILLE
WED > SUN – 10AM > 7PM
(From July 10 : WED > SUN – 12PM > 7PM)
9€ / 7€


The flagship of lille3000, the Tripostal unfolds the great story of Eldorado through a myriad of contemporary works of art borrowed from the four corners of the globe, with more than 40 artists on display. It divides into three chapters, one for each of the building’s three floors: Dream Worlds, The Rush, The New Eldorados.

Artists: Martine Aballéa, Adel Abdessemed, Abdelkader Benchamma, Francis Alÿs, Korakrit Arunanondchai, Babi Badalov, Jules de Balincourt, Gilles Barbier, Romain Bernini, Hicham Berrada, Stefan Brüggemann, Cao Fei, Till Gerhard, Rodney Graham, Ren Hang, Duane Hanson, Laura Henno, Alfredo Jaar, Mike Kelley, Maria Kourkouta, Christopher Kulendran Thomas, Yayoi Kusama, Ibrahim Mahama, Teresa Margolles, Ryan McGinley, :mentalKLINIK, Jonathan Monk, Lucy + Jorge Orta, Anne et Patrick Poirier, Younès Rahmoun, Peter Stämpfli, Superflex, Claire Tabouret, Thukral & Tagra, Anna Uddenberg, Wang Wei, Marnie Weber, Hank Willis Thomas, Liu Xiaodong, Yuyang Wang, Chen Zhen, Qiu Zhijie.
Curators: Jérôme Sans, Jean-Max Colard, with Isabelle Bernini.

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Julien Salaud, Jungle et Sentiment


25 APRIL > 18 AOÛT 2019
MAISON FOLIE LE COLYSÉE, LAMBERSART
WED > MON : 1:30PM > 6PM
FREE

For Eldorado, Le Colysée in Lambersart will transform into a neo-Aztec temple. True poetic manifesto, the Jungle and Sentiment exhibition is also a community project based on the exchange of knowledge and craft practices around the artist’s imagination and his vision of the Eldorado. Volunteers, students and artists gathered around a simple principle: “I take care of what I love”, releasing the almost sacred links between man and nature.


US-Mexico Border

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27 APRIL > 28 JULY 2019
MAISON FOLIE WAZEMMES, LILLE
WED > SUN : 2PM > 7PM
FREE

40 contemporary artists explore the border as a physical reality (place), subject (imagination) and potential place of production and solution (possibility). They are designers, sculptors, painters, photographers and architects and come from both sides of the Mexican-American border.
This exhibition was originated by the Craft & Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, California as part of Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA, a far-reaching and ambitions exploration of Latin American and Latino art in dialogue with Los Angeles.

Artists: Pilar Agüero Esparza, Tanya Aguiñiga, Haydee Alonso, Alejandra Anton Honorato, Judith Baca, Guillermo Bert, Elvira Bessudo, Raquel Bessudo, Margarita Cabrera, Cristina Celis, Julio Cesar Morales, Tricia Creasson-Valencia, Co•gnate Collective, Einar de la Torre et Jamex de la Torre, Jorge Diego Etienne, Hector Dionicio Mendoza, Alfredo Durante, Adrian Esparza, Andrés Fonseca, Guillermo Galindo, Rupert Garcia, Consuelo Jimenez Underwood, La metropolitana, Lorena Lazard, Andrés Lhima, Pablo López Luz, Viviana Paredes, G.T. Pellizzi, Ray Smith, Marcos Ramirez ERRE, Betsabeé Romero, Zinna Rudman, Mauricio Saenz, Rael San Fratello, Eduardo Sarabia, Agnes Seebass.  
Curator: Ana Elena Mallet, with Lowery Stokes Sims.


Alfredo Durante, La Bestia


27 APRIL > 28 JULY 2019
DE ALZUA+ ARCHITECTES, 125 RUE DU MARCHÉ LILLE
MON > FRY : 2:00 PM > 7:00 PM
FREE

Alfredo Durante’s photographs illustrate the difficult reality of the journey of migrants who choose to take the sadly nicknamed La Bestia freight train (“the beast”) to cross Mexico in hope of reaching the United States.

Exhibition in connection with the US-Mexico Border exhibition presented at Folie Wazemmes.


Casa Loca


27 APRIL > 28 JULY 2019
MAISON FOLIE MOULINS / FLOW, LILLE
WED > SUN : 2PM > 7PM
FREE

The Maison Folie Moulins is transformed into a genuine Casa Loca. In these places, where meetings and exchanges take place, it is the indigenous culture that is honoured. From the city of Oaxaca in Mexico to the borders of the Amazonian forest, passing through the mountains of the Sierra Madre, three collectives take, one after the other, possession of the spaces. The public can discover the rich heritage of these guests through numerous graphic creations, songs and stories, crafts or even gastronomy.

While questioning identity issues, the Tlacolulokos, artisans of the Wixarika (Huichol) people and members of the Huni Kuin tribe accompanied by Naziha Mestaoui tell and share their universe. While they are very different in their practices and aesthetics, they share a common message: the promotion of the richness of Aboriginal cultures.


Betsabeé Romero, La Route des Plumes d’Or


25 APRIL > 26 JULY 2019
MAISON FOLIE L’HOSPICE D’HAVRÉ, TOURCOING
WED > MON : 1PM > 6PM
FREE

The exhibition is an opportunity to discover the artistic practices of this international artist. Between objects of exploitation, beliefs, legends and history, Betsabeé Romero transports us into an ancestral and contemporary Mexico through installations that are by turns monumental or more intimate.


Benoit Paillé, Surreal Mexico

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17 MAY > 21 JULY 2019
ANCIENNES ÉCURIES, RONCQ
SAT & SUN : 1PM > 7PM
FREE

The photographer’s trick lies in his colourful lights, self-sufficient lights that are always ready to be used in his truck. “All the pictures I take are not staged, they are spontaneous using the real flash effect and the people on the spot,” says the artist.


Homer

27 MARCH > 22 JULY 2019
MUSÉE DU LOUVRE-LENS

The largest exhibition in France ever dedicated to Homer, the author of The Iliad and The Odyssey, the two famous epics upon which of all Western culture is founded.

Curators: Alain Jaubert, Alexandre Farnoux, Vincent Pomarède and Luc Piralla, with Alexandre Estaquet-Legrand.


Carlos Amorales, Protesta Fantasma


27 APRIL > 14 JULY 2019
ESPACE LE CARRÉ, LILLE
WED > SUN : 14H > 19H
FREE

See Carlos Amorales’ interview on his exhibition Protesta Fantasma


Curiosidad, the collections of the Mexican Museum of Popular Art of Mexico


27 APRIL > 13 JULY 2019
MUSÉE D’HISTOIRE NATURELLE, LILLE
MON, WED, THUR & FRY : 9:30AM > 5PM
SAT & SUN : 10AM > 6PM
5€ / 3€

Drawn from the collections of the Mexican Museum of Popular Art, these objects relate to traditional Mexican culture and the Mexican imagination, bearing the strong imprint of biodiversity, whether real or imagined.

Curators: Walther Boelsterly Urrutia with Judith Pargamin.

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