EXHIBITIONS

’Mers, Terres & Corps traversés’
April 28, 2023
La Traverse, Marseille , April 28th. till May 21, with Malala Andrialavidrazana, Francis Alÿs, Shivanjani Lal, Louisa Marajo, Tuli Mekondjo, Otobong Nkanga and Jean-Paul Thibeau curated by Cécile Bourne-Farrell
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Corinne Silva, The Score (You and I both know)
February 7, 2023
Corinne Silva draws on years of research and practice in Bosnia and Herzegovina to present this new series of works exploring the consequences of the Bosnian War on bodies, landscapes and memory, as well as the remarkable resilience and solidarity.
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War Beyond Battle
May 25, 2022
Celebrating the last decade of the Department of War Studies and its collaboration with artists across disciplines in London and internationally, War Beyond Battle brings together works from four major exhibitions spearheaded by the Department.
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Embrace Diversity
December 7, 2021
3rd Annual Arts Exhibition at MACAU, SAR. Embrace of Diversity asks: how is the Portuguese language negotiated in the art of its speaking countries?
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Kwame Sousa, The Empowerment of the Black Person
June 9, 2021
For Arco Lisbon 2022 solo show, Kwame’s Sousa corpus of thirty paintings offers infinite conversations between each other’s in the exhibition-space. His work is often establishing connections between the past and the present.
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Pecha Kucha
April 22, 2021
As the Windrush scandal unfolds here in the country where I live since 2013, I understood that I could investigate further about the way some artists have been tackling the question of Sugar in their research-based works.
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RESILIENCE, AN APTITUDE
May 10, 2020
This exhibition project addresses the capacity of resilience, which is present at the core of every human being and allows everyone to live in the present, to exceed it, as well as to share it. There are infinite ways to be resilient and each of the
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Yapci Ramos, Nothing is true, everything is living
February 18, 2020
Yapci Ramos is often associated with the African continent and, when asked where she is from, this is an association she does not refute, but cherishes.
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Sugar, an interview with Llona Nemeth
November 12, 2019
In 2019, I met Ilona Németh at the occasion of a lecture she gave at UCL – University College London, at the Institute of Advanced Studies. I was  impressed by the way she had been conducting her research on Sugar.
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Breaking the Code of Silence/Puxar Pela Língua
November 24, 2018
During my residency time at AIR351, I dedicated my time to Portuguese colonial war (61-75) and how citizens of the world, historians, artists, writers keep in mind this period and its consequences.
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Moving Frontiers – Do and undo/ Faire et défaire
June 13, 2017
This conference was initiated by the École Nationale Supérieure d'Arts de Paris Cergy in partnership with the Triennale SUD 2017 and the art centre Doual'art (Cameroon).
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SUD2017 triennial
January 1, 2017
The Salon Urbain de Douala, SUD, is a triennial public art festival, offered to the city of Douala by the association doual’art.
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TRACES OF WAR
October 1, 2016
War is not confined to moments of crisis or battlefield locations. There is a resonance in Michel Foucault’s observation that the ‘roar of battle’ travels silently in our modes of being and interactions, discourses and institutions, and the practices
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Choreography of the Image
May 4, 2015
Charlotte Moth (born 1978) used a photograph of a sculpture taken in 1937 by Barbara Hepworth, One Form (Single Form), as point of departure for this Archive display which looks at how images of artworks are choreographed in a range of environments.
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"La Mer au Milieu des Terres// Mare Medi Terraneum"
March 13, 2015
The exhibition "La Mer au Milieu des Terres // Mare Medi Terraneum" works to bring together different countries and cultures in the Mediterranean region through contemporary art.
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« Past Future »
May 24, 2013
A partir d’histoires réelles ou fictives autour de la Villa Beatrix Enea, les résidents du Pavillon ont construit des propositions artistiques inédites.
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Jérôme Poret
April 6, 2013
De formation plastique et de culture musicale, Jérôme Poret traverse les lieux où le son est restitué et se vit collectivement de façon simultanée.
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Some thoughts related to the potentiality of the archive/document of the works of emerging artists
December 10, 2012
Where ever you are, be it in deep Sweden or in the middle of the Atlas, what you may experience related to the notion of archive depends on your capacity of valorizing the potentiality of the archive, the document or its absence. 
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Shuffling Cards
November 15, 2012
Shuffling Cards is an exhibition about the relation between France and the African continent which  often has been reduced to a simplistic dialectic  radically excluding the dimension of memory as a vector in the transmission of knowledge.
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Baptist Coelho
September 12, 2012
With the complicity of Synesthésie, a virtual art center in Saint-Denis, he is currently conducting research on the social role of women during the 2nd World War beyond the Paris belt.
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Younès Rahmoun, 'Badiya/Madina'
March 1, 2012
Intervention de Younès Rahmoun : Badiya/Madina (Campagne/Ville), le 1er mars 2012
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Contained Measures of Tangible Memories :
February 26, 2012
The multidisciplinary practice of Otobong Nkanga is structured around chains of associations, which reveal a complex and interdependent layering of narratives, fuelled by an acute observation of our world, often autobiographical.
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Solid Objects by Sanna Marander
January 24, 2012
The project «Solid Objects» is lodged in a certain museum tradition, which is put in place by potential players who make and build collections and their underlying strategies.
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Proximity by Charlotte Moth
September 18, 2011
English artist Charlotte Moth decided to make a model out of a very interesting and popular building in Saint-Ouen, a covered ice-skating ring.
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L’inattendu du Tout Monde, un hommage à Goddy Leye
September 2, 2011
As part of ART-O-RAMA, L’appartement22 wishes to pay tribute to Goddy Leye - Cameroonian artist, who died at the age of 46 last February - in order to reproduce what this artist initiated in Africa and the world.
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Shaun Gladwell
April 19, 2011
First presentation in France of Shaun Gladwell's work "Pacific-Undertow Sequence (Bondi)", 2011 at the Lavomatic Studio of Seamus Farrell, 6 rue Claude Monet, 93400 Saint-Ouen, from April 19 to May 21, 2011.
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Histoires non encore racontées
April 15, 2011
Architects at heart (Santiago Borja) and poetic urbanists (José Arnaud Bello), lovers of fictions and media sources (Jonathan Hernández), these artists question the circulation of ideas spread by Breton.
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Othman Fekraoui
November 17, 2010
A l’occasion de sa résidence à Paris en 2010, l’artiste Othman Fekraoui a réalisé un travail particulier intitulé « Le Témoin ». Ce projet-performance fabriqué dans son atelier va traverser une bonne partie de Paris pour arriver à Saint-Ouen. Ce péri
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Contingences
October 15, 2010
The exhibition "Contingences" brings together ten artists who responded to the invitation from the association l'Orange Rouge and Cécile Bourne-Farrell, guest curator.
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“The Outskirts” 
by Peter Fillingham
May 22, 2010
Artist Seamus Farrell opens his studio, a converted laundrette in Paris, for artists with whom he collaborates on a variety of projects.
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Une aiguille dans une botte de foin
March 9, 2010
Salon de Lecture Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, as part of the Printemps des Poètes, from 9 to 21 March 2010.
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La Place de la Personne dans le Monde
November 12, 2009
Imaginaries and realities of contemporary artists' works. Conference on Thursday 12 November, at 7pm 2009, Salle Kerchache, Musée du Quai Branly, Paris, given by Cécile Bourne-Farrell.
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Autres Mesures
April 28, 2009
The exhibition ‘Other measures’ gathers works of art that are the result of diverse contemporary practices; their treatments alter our relationships to the notions of scale and proportion.
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Mohssin Harraki
January 8, 2009
Studio Seamus Farrell opens its doors to the public for the first time with an exhibition of a young artist, Mohssin Harraki.
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This is Now, 1&2
March 13, 2008
For the first Johannesburg Contemporary Art Fair 2008, Cécile Bourne-Farrell, independent curator based in Paris, is invited by L’appartement22 to select artists according to their specific relationships with Africa.
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RondPoint
April 17, 2002
1st project of crossed residences between the school of Fine Arts of Kinshasa, Rdc and that of Nantes, Fr.
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+8+7+3+1-1-5
November 17, 1999
With Claudia&Julia MÜLLER, Nawajul BOONPUCKNAVIG, Michael SHOAWANASAI, Hsia-Fei CHANG, Fiona TAN, Magali CLAUDE, Rachel TOOMEY, Txuspo POYO, Natalia ZOUBOVICH, Richard HOECK.
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You Talk/I Listen
April 17, 1998
“You Talk/I Listen” was an exhibition that brought together artists, ten living in Taiwan and ten in Europe. It was shown in two countries, at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum (TFAM), Taiwan and La Ferme du Buisson, France from January to April 1998
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