Anne-Charlotte Finel, Passagers, 2022, detail / Courtesy of the artist and LVMH Métiers d’Art / Photo Élise Lebaindre
Anne-Charlotte Finel: Respiro
Sep 23 – Nov 10, 2023
Centre d’art de Saint-Fons / CAP
Lyon, France

Respiro is the first part of a monographic exhibition around the work of Anne-Charlotte Finel. The exhibition retraces video works produced in recent years and presented in connection with a new production: Passagers (2022), a photo and video installation shown for the first time in an art center. Respiro is both the slow breathing of caves and the more furtive breathing of movements afloat. It is a back and forth that allows the beat of the works to be synchronized with the breath of the images, the material and the close-ups that cross the space of the Art Center.

The second part of the exhibition will be presented at La Criée Center d’art in Rennes in February 2024.

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