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ANIMA

Posted on February 19, 2016

MARCH 5 - APRIL 14, 2016 

Opening Saturday, March 5
Kids from 4 to 6pm
Reception from 6 to 10pm 

- WHAT
Anima is an immersive installation that explores the concept of the soul and the divide between Man and Animal through an unprecedented collaboration between art, magic and anthropology.

- WHO
Prune Nourry - artist & Valentine Losseau - anthropologist invite:
Raphaël Navarro (La Cie 14:20) - magician
Takao Shiraishi - artist
Etienne Saglio - magician
Benjamin Gabrié - scenographer 

- WHERE
The Invisible Dog Art Center - 51 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY
Thursday to Saturday, from 1 to 7pm, Sunday from 1 to 5pm
Tuesday & Wednesday by appointment only

More information on http://www.theinvisibledog.org

Anima is commissioned by The Invisible Dog Art Center and co-presented with Tilt Kids Festival, a production of the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF) and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy.
With the generous support of Elizabeth Krief Manardo & Jacques Manardo

Conference given at the Swiss Embassy in Mexico

Posted on January 29, 2016

In celebration of the 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Mexico and on the occasion of the international colloquium Hybrids - The Body as Imaginary, artist Prune Nourry gives a talk alongside museum director Tatyana Franck (Musée Elysée Lausanne, Switzerland) and anthropologist Valentine Losseau during a conference on Thursday, February 4th.

Terracotta Daughters / The Earth Ceremony

Posted on October 22, 2015

In 2013, the Army of Terracotta Daughters was born in Xi'an, China, from Prune's collaboration with local craftsmen. In 2014, the 108 life-size sculptures toured the world, from Shanghai to Paris, Zurich, New York and Mexico City.

This week, the Terracotta Daughters' Army is in the process of being buried in Mainland China, following a performance entitled the Earth ceremony, with participants becoming the eyewitnesses of the birth of this “contemporary archeological site” - excavation planned in 2030.

A feature film telling the story of the Terracotta Daughters’ journey will be released next year.

Other events these months:

ASIA NOW
PARIS ASIAN ART FAIR

October 20 - 22, 2015

In collaboration with Magda Danysz Gallery

Espace Pierre Cardin
1 Avenue Gabriel - 75008 Paris
From 11am to 7pm
More infos about the fair

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SIMON STUDER ART
November 4 - December 18, 2015

Simon Studer Art exhibits Prune Nourry's artworks, including Terracotta Daughters pieces, from November 4th to December 18th 2015.

Visit on reservation
Please contact art@simonstuderart.ch
More infos here

Simon Studer Art
4 ter, route des Jeunes CH-1227 Genève
www.simonstuderart.ch

Asia Now - Paris Asian Art Fair

Posted on October 12, 2015

Pour sa première édition, ASIA NOW – Paris Asian Art Fair réunit 18 galeries d’Asie et d’Europe qui ont pour mission commune la représentation et le développement de la scène artistique asiatique.

A cette occasion, Magda Danysz Gallery est heureuse de présenter les œuvres de Prune Nourry, dont certaines inédites. Son dernier projet, Terracotta Daughters, est consacré à la Chine depuis plus de trois ans et est aujourd'hui à un moment crucial, puisque l'Armée de 108 sculptures de terre cuite vient d'être enterrée en Chine, dans un endroit qui sera tenu secret jusqu'en 2030.

ASIA NOW présente une série de propositions monographiques ou collectives d’artistes parmi les plus talentueux de leur génération, portés par des galeries établies sur leur scène d’origine mais encore méconnues en Europe et qui pour certaines, encore inédites.

Sur une idée de Claude Fain, Président de Happy Art Collectors, menée par Alexandra Fain, directrice et co-fondatrice d’ASIA NOW- Paris Asian Art Fair, et Ami Barak, conseiller artistique de la foire

En collaboration avec le comité artistique d’ASIA NOW.

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VERNISSAGE LUNDI 19 OCTOBRE 2015 – 18H30 A 21H

EXPOSITION DU 20 AU 22 OCTOBRE 2015

OPENING ON MONDAY OCTOBER 19TH - 6.30 TO 9 PM
EXHIBITION FROM 20TH TO 22ND OCTOBER, 2015

ESPACE PIERRE CARDIN
1, AVENUE GABRIEL - 75008 PARIS

Pour plus d'informations / For more information:

http://asianowparis.com/

OPEN STUDIOS / THE INVISIBLE DOG ART CENTER

Posted on April 21, 2015

The 6th annual exhibition of all  Invisible Dog artists-in-residence (curated by Gaelle Porte) and open studios. Once a year, The Invisible Dog open studios to the public. Join us to discover Prune's work space and the incredible 23 other artist studios at the Invisible Dog Art Center.

The Invisible Dog Art Center
51 Bergen St., Brooklyn, NY 11201

Saturday May 16 (1pm to 7pm + reception until 10pm)
Sunday May 17 (1pm to 6pm)
Free Admission

Photo Simon Courchel