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août 30, 2017

In Geneva

Until September 9
Duo show by Eva Magyarosi & Laurent Perbos

With new in situ art works by Laurent Perbos who came back early August to paint directly on the walls of the gallery, including this toucan who ows to Delaunay
2 rue de Hesse, Geneva
About Eva Magyarosi : read more here

Opening, September 13
Until November 13
mounir fatmi, (IM)POSSIBLE UNION

2 rue de Hesse, Geneva

A solo exhibition, with photographic and video works, in links also with Beirut Art Fair.

The possibility of intercultural understanding and sharing is a “red thread” throughout the work of Moroccan artist. Impossible Union: an occidental typewriter seems to be releasing Arabic letters… The couple on the other hand is the most basic form of (IM)POSSIBLE UNION : are we looking for our (better) half – or would we rather like to discover the Other ?

With AMI, Régis Figarol, Dana Hoey, Tuomo Manninen, Danni Orci, Marin Raguz, Matt Saunders, Julien Serve, Guillaume Varone, Ornela Vorpsi, Jeanine Woollard & Alexandre d’Huy
Atelier AMI – art & partage

Rue du Gothard 6, Chêne-Bourg – upon appointment : barbara.s.polla(at)


In Paris

Opening September 9
Until September 24
– A proposal by Barbara Polla
With Ursula Biemann, Janet Biggs, Elena Kovylina, Joanna Malinowska & C.T. Jasper, Shannon Plumb, Lee Yanor

Galerie Magda Danysz along with the ongoing solo exhibition of James McNabb
Presentation of « Femmes Hors Normes » by Barbara Polla, a conversation lead by with Magda Danysz, at 5pm September 9
78 rue Amelot, 75011

Opening September 16
Duo show with ATSOUPE & Eva Magyarosi
36 Avenue Jean Moulin, 75014, Paris



September 21-24
Beirut Art Fair
HOPE, with mounir fatmi (focus artist), Janet Biggs, Debi Cornwall & Alexandre d’Huy

Booth B 10, BIEL Beirut International Exhibition & Leisure Center

When the director of an art fair decides to give its fair a political orientation, to promote human rights, to share values and to value sharing, this is an extraordinary sign of hope, and even more so when this happens in Lebanon, a country that knows so much about war and thrives so much for peace.
When the same director of the same art fair decides to select Rose Issa to curate, within the context of the fair, an exhibition on the aesthetic, conceptual and socio-political concerns of the contemnporary Arab world, hope becomes a concrete construction towards intercultural understanding and openness. Issa’s exhibition, entitled Ourouba, The Eye of Lebanon, will bear witness to the diverse inspirations of artists from the Arab world, exploring memory, destruction and reconstruction, conflict and peace.

Analix Forever will aim to contribute to these reflections by presenting, first of all, mounir fatmi as a focus artist. The possibility of intercultural understanding and sharing is a “red thread” throughout the work of Moroccan artist. In Beirut, fatmi will show Impossible Union: an occidental typewriter is releasing Arabic letters… The learning of all languages would make this union possible and this work gave its title to fatmi’s latest solo show in Geneva: (IM)POSSIBLE UNION : a door that opens towards hope.

To know more about the project, click here.

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