For this world premiere, inquisitive French conceptual artist Laure Prouvost presents her first major production for the stage. Prouvost is joined by artist Sam Belinfante, renowned dance artist Pierre Droulers—one of Belgium and France’s leading choreographers—and musicians from Minnesota and New York. Also, last days (until February 11) to discover her show They are waiting for you, an abstract journey from adulthood backwards to a state of pre-consciousness.
Until April 1, 2018 | Hyde Park Art Center (Chicago)
The two lens-based artists David Schalliol (Chicago/Minneapolis) and Justine Pluvinage (Paris) individually present their work resulting from a two-year international residency. Upcoming talk with David Schalliol in conversation with architect Marshall Brown to address how changes in our post-industrial landscape alter communities.
Until March 25, 2018 | Beeler Gallery - Columbus College of Art & Design
It brings together printed historical materials from various creative fields including including many emerging artists from France. From art and design school exhibition posters to radical literature, from fashion show invitations to a philosopher’s notes from a 1970 art tabloid to Columbus’ first art book fair.
Until April 15, 2018 | The Art Institute of Chicago
French Artist Philippe Parreno creates spaces that allow us to speculate about alternate worlds and states of being. He conceives his installations not as collections of images or sculptures but as stagelike, a mise-en-scène where a series of events unfold.