February 18, 2007 - Tram - Hospitalities: The first shared project by the 25 members of tram
February 18, 2007

Hospitalities: The first shared project by the 25 members of tram

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Hospitalities

30 March / 8 April 2007

The 25 members of tram, a contemporary art network in the Greater Paris region, present ten days of artistic events (exhibitions and productions, performances, screenings, art talks, etc.)

Private view: Friday 30 March 2007

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Contemporary art network Paris/Ile-de-France
32 rue Yves Toudic
75011 Paris France
Tel :01 53 34 64 15

www.tram-idf.fr/

Tram is coordinating Hospitalities, the first shared project by the network’s 25 member spaces. Hospitality is the unifying theme of this event and reflects our commitment to artists, their work and all audiences. Exhibition spaces in cities, on their outskirts or in the country are places where welcoming the public is a daily reality and where art is tied to hospitality. Our aim is to highlight the extraordinary amount of artistic activity going on and to create local and international connections showing that we are all involved with what artists have to offer.

Within the synergies operative at regional, national and international level, the different structures appropriate the theme according to their identity, their missions and their prospects, and respond in a variety of ways: residencies for artists or curators, exchanges with other spaces in Europe, cartes blanches for visiting curators etc. As part of the network rationale, major international institutions are being included in the project, among them the Centre Pompidou and the the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard.

The programme: some 20 exhibitions, about a hundred artists, a series of meetings and performances that will contribute to 10 days of hospitalities. The whole of the Ile-de-France region will share this contemporary art experience. The public Hospitalities’ main guest will be invited to move between projects from Paris to the outskirts and vice versa, thanks to 10 ‘taxi tram’ buses provided for the event.

Tram is a network of 25 structures engaged in the production and exhibition of contemporary art in Ile-de-France. Art centres, museums, art schools, artists’ collectives, foundations and the Regional Art Collection (Frac) all carry out activities which complement creation, exhibition, collecting, teaching, outreach, publishing, etc.

The members of tram are: Abbaye de Maubuisson, Centre dart contemporain de Brétigny, Centre dart contemporain de la Ferme du Buisson, Centre dart Mira Phalaina – Maison populaire, Centre national de lestampe et de lart imprimé (Cneai), Centre photographique dIle-de-France (Cpif), Le Crédac/Galerie Fernand Léger centre dart contemporain dIvry, Domaine départemental de Chamarande, École et espace dart contemporain Camille Lambert, École municipale des beaux-arts/Galerie Édouard Manet, École nationale supérieure des beaux-arts, École supérieure darts de Rueil-Malmaison, Galerie municipale de Vitry, Immanence, Jeu de paume, La Galerie, centre dart contemporain de Noisy-le-Sec, La maison rouge, fondation Antoine de Galbert, La Vitrine de LENSA Paris-Cergy, Le Forum, Scène conventionnée de Blanc-Mesnil, Le Plateau/FRAC Ile-de-France, Les Laboratoires dAubervilliers, MAC/VAL Musée dart contemporain du Val-de-Marne, Musée Zadkine, Palais de Tokyo, site de création contemporaine, Synesthésie.

The steering committee for this event is made up of Caroline Bourgeois (Director of Le Plateau/Frac Ile-de-France Paris), Claire Le Restif (Director of Le Crédac Ivry-sur-Seine), Annie Agopian (Director of Le Centre dart Mira Phalaina/Maison populaire de Montreuil), Caroline Coll-Seror (Director of LAbbaye de Maubuisson Saint-Ouen-lAumône), Noëlle Chabert (Director of Le Musée Zadkine – Paris), Marianne Lanavère (Director of La Galerie, centre dart contemporain de Noisy-le-Sec).

Project partners: The Ministry of Culture and Communication, The Île-de-France Council, CULTURESFRANCE, The Ile-de-France regional Committee of Tourism, The General Council – Essonne, The General Council – Hauts-de-Seine, The General Council – Val-de-Marne, The General Council – Val-dOise, The General Council – Seine-et-Marne, The General Council – Seine-Saint-Denis, The Fondation d’entreprise Ricard.
For details of the Hospitalities programme, download the press pack from our website: www.tram-idf.fr/

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