Art and anticipation
Contemporary Art | During the second decade of the 21st century, there have been an incalculable number of exhibitions with the theme of the future, crystallizing a profound occupation of the West. A two-part program - in Brussels and Paris - organized around the Jacques Attali essay « A brief history of the future » (2006) sets itself apart in proposing a structuralist vision of the history of humanity.
The two exhibitions at the Belgian Royal Museum of Fine Arts and the Louvre mean to inform a general public and transpose Jacques Attali’s prospective text into visual pedagogy :
At the Louvre, the curators Jean de Loisy et Dominique de Font-Réaulx unravel a thread of the historical epic from antiquity onwards, mixing in contemporary artists (Camille Henrot, Tomas Sarraceno, Ai Weiwei...).
In Brussels, the young curators Jennifer Beauloye and […]
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