January 19, 2016
PCA Talks: Anne Cartier-Bresson
Since its inception, the discipline of photographic conservation has undergone constant transformation due to the evolution of shooting and printing techniques, and increased public interest in photography. This talk explored the challenges faced by curators and conservators in the wake of the digital revolution, and took stock of recent developments in the field.
February 2, 2016
March 1, 2016
PCA Talks: Dominique Moulon Digital Art: A Contemporary Art
Art critic and curator, Dominique Moulon studied visual art at the Fine Art School (ENSA) of Bourges and holds a Master’s Degree in aesthetics, science and technology from the University of Paris 8. He is a member of the Observatory of Digital Worlds in Humanities (OMNSH), of the International Association of Art Critics (AICA) and of the Opline Prize for online contemporary art.
April 5, 2016
PCA Talks: Stéphanie Molinard, La maison rouge, a private hub for contemporary art in Paris
This talk will explore the particularities of la maison rouge status and exhibition programs, focusing on a selection of major or original projects that have marked its short history.
Stephanie Molinard is in charge of education, public programs and publications at la maison rouge, foundation Antoine de Galbert in Paris.
May 3, 2016
Benjamin Clarens and Yann Martin “CUTArchitectures”
Their aim is to contrast deeply with a conventionalist architectural practice and the expected positions and trends. Breaking the boundaries between architecture, urbanism, interior design & art they are taking the inherent qualities of every of these fields in order to initiate inspiring hybrid projects.