Wim Delvoye solo show L'ordre de Choses - Carte Blanche à Wim Delvoye @ Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève, Geneva, Switzerland


L'ordre des choses - carte blanche à Wim Delvoye

Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève (MAH)

For its fourth XL exhibition, the Musée d’art et d’histoire de Genève (MAH) invited Wim Delvoye (1965) to investigate the museum’s connection to its collections and institutions. The visual artist will present an original artistic and aesthetic experience that deeply explores our relationship to art and the objects around us. The visual artist proposes an original artistic and aesthetic experience, and a profound exploration of our relationship with art and the objects that surround us. As an artist with a passion for things and artefacts, whether recognized works of art or simple objects, Wim Delvoye invites us to question the seemingly watertight boundaries that separate art objects from everyday objects. Pieces from the museum's collection enter into a play of reflections and contrasts with those of Wim Delvoye.

There's no set itinerary here. The public is invited to immerse itself in a joyful and playful abundance of objects, references and interventions proposed by the artist in the name of what he himself calls "elegant vandalism".

More info HERE  !

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