Art Fairs

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 As part of Paris Photo's VIP itinerary, the Sorbonne ArtGallery presents a series of writings printed on photographic paper by Tania Mouraud, a major figure in French contemporary art, who questions social constraints and the human condition through the in situ reactivation of her work Dream (2005).She declines the phrase "I have a dream" in 9 languages and thus, by referring to Martin Luther King's 1963 speech, positions herself in the current fight against racism carried by the worldwide Black Lives Matter movement. 

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As part of the 2018 OVNI Film Festival in Nice, the Sorbonne ArtGallery supported three artists and their short-films of a few minutes. First of all, CAPTCHAPOEM by Jérôme Dupin, a video that was presented both in New-York and Paris, a captivating poetic non-text. Then, GOD IN TRANSLATION by Iglika Christova studying the relationship between the individual, mythology and modernity by proposing a satirical game of "translation". Finally, Yann Toma, artist-creator of the Sorbonne ArtGallery, with "Fragment of a conversation yesterday with Gilles Deleuze on March 17, 1987 on what the act of creation is".