Sevres Outdoors. Don’t miss it !

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Sèvres Outdoors 2014 is dedicated to the exhibition of outdoor contemporary artworks in the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique in Sèvres. Looking for an innovative event in the international contemporary art scene? Le voici.
Inspired by biennials and art fairs, this model of exhibition brings together the contemporary art galleries which make up the association Galeries Mode d’Emploi. This initiative is the result of a common desire between the Cité de la Céramique and the GME association to promote and share contemporary art.

Dates: June 30 to September 19, 2014
The free exhibition will be open to the public all summer long from 10am to 6pm.

2 Place de la Manufacture, 92310 Sèvres – that’s the Metro Station Pont de Sevres, then just cross the bridge

The Cité de la Céramique is known for its historical commitment to contemporary creators. Since the  beginning, artists from all horizons have been invited in residencies;  Pierre Soulages, Fabrice Hyber and more recently Giuseppe  Penone and Elmar Trenkwalder to name a few.  It is in the gardens (over 4 hectares — how many acres would that be ?? ) of this building built during the 19th century that over forty works are presented for your artistic appreciation.

28 artists / 25 galleries :
James Angus / Triple V – Simon Boudevin / Galerie Jean Brolly – Jochen Dehn / Crèvecoeur – Laurent le Deunff photo above “Totems” /Semiose Galerie – Erik Dietman / Claudine Papillon – Jimmie Durham / Michel Rein – Yona Friedman / Galerie Anne Barrault – Mark Hagen / Galerie Almine Rech – Carsten Höller / Air de Paris – Rolf Julius / Cortex Athletico – Guillaume Leblon / Jocelyn Wolff – Atelier Van Lieshout / Jousse Entreprise – Clémence Van Lunen / Polaris -Markus Lupertz / Suzanne Tarasiève – Nicolas Milhé / Samy Abraham – Ramuntcho Matta / Galerie Anne Barrault – Vincent Olinet / Laurent Godin – Yazid Oulab / Galerie Éric Dupont – Bruno Peinado / Galerie Loevenbruck – Philippe Rahm / Dominique Fiat – Philippe Ramette / Xippas – Pablo Reinoso / Xippas – Werner Reiterer / Galerie Loevenbruck – Ernesto Sartori / Marcelle Alix – Laurent Tixador / In Situ Fabienne Leclerc – Clémence Seilles /Torri – Elmar Trenkwalder / Bernard Jordan – Virginie Yassef / G.P. & N. Vallois