Latifa Echakhch

19, rue Beaubourg, Paris, 75004
Admission: EUR 13 (entry to Centre Pompidou, this exhibition is free) 
THIS EXHIBITION IS NO LONGER OPEN - it ended on 26/01/2015
Opening Times
Monday: 1100 - 2100
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: 1100 - 2100
Thursday: 1100 - 2300
Friday: 1100 - 2100
Saturday: 1100 - 2100
Sunday: 1100 - 2100
Late opening on Thursdays till 11pm for exhibitions. Closed 1st May, 24th and 31st December.
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The exhibition space is transformed into a dense, dreamlike landscape, halfway between earth and sky, frozen in a twilight world. The winner of the 2013 Prix Marcel Duchamp, Latifa Echakhch particularly impressed the jury with the way she brings out all the potential of the space she occupies.

In Espace 315, at the invitation of the Centre Pompidou, with support from ADIAF, the artist is presenting a completely new installation, which questions ideas about the stage, decorum and traces. Consisting of several sculptural components, the exhibition has a strongly unified feel.

The artist seeks to build up a dramatic scene, transforming the venue into a dense, dreamlike place, halfway between earth and sky, frozen in a twilight world. As they move around, visitors discover different fragments of history, objects that are almost derisory, and recollections of childhood, drawn from the very depths of memory, then immersed in black ink.

To create different experiences without seeking to impose her approach, the artist offers her viewers a journey guided by the sensations and emotions aroused by the play with forms.

© Pompidou / E.B.