2023–24 program of exhibitions and events

2023–24 program of exhibitions and events


[1] View of Anne Laure Sacriste: Le Monde sans les mots, CEAAC, Strasbourg, 2023. © Adagp, Paris. Photo: Émilie Vialet [2] Anna Hulačová, Stuck in a Bush, 2023. Courtesy the artist, Pedro Cera, Lisbon and Hunt Kastner, Prague. Photo: Bruno Lopes. [3] Endre Tót, Zer0 Demo, 1991. Courtesy of the artist, acb Gallery, Budapest, and Galerie Salle Principale, Paris. [4] Luca Bertolo, Alba mediterranea. La costa vista dal mare, 2022. Courtesy the artist and SpazioA, Pistoia. Photo: Camilla Maria Santini.

September 1, 2023
2023–24 program of exhibitions and events
September 1, 2023–September 1, 2024
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With the start of the 2023–24 season, the CEAAC is introducing a series of structural changes aimed at strengthening across-the-board integration of all its programs. First among these is an overhaul of its international exchange residency program, which will recenter on Europe while simultaneously exploring new territory thanks to partnerships with institutions in Italy (IUNO, Rome) and Spain (Hangar, Barcelona) that share its artistic vision and areas of research. These include the status of images in a fast-changing environment, vernacular culture and know-how, and public health issues.

Besides its longstanding artists’ exchange program with institutions in Germany, Hungary, and the Czech Republic, the CEAAC will be offering residencies designed to provide research possibilities for curators. As part of its short-term residency program Hop, it will be welcoming Frida Carazzato (Research Curator at Museion, Bolzano), Mériam Korichi (writer, stage director and founder of the Nights of Philosophy), Ana Mendoza Aldana (independent curator and Head of Curatorial Research at Le Crédac, Ivry), Julia Geerlings (Director of A Tale of A Tub, Rotterdam) and Camille Richert (art historian, curator, teacher at ENSBA Lyon, and associate researcher at CHSP, Sciences Po, Paris). Meanwhile, as part of a ten-month residency over three years funded by the region’s Mission de Territoire—Arts Visuels program, Duo -Y- (curator Julie Laymond and artist Ilazki de Portuondo) have started travelling across the Grand Est region of France to explore spiritual beliefs and practices linked to water and its healing powers.

These programs were made possible by public funds released as part of the 14th “Strasbourg European Capital” triennial contract.

Anne Laure Sacriste: Le Monde sans les mots
Through September 3, 2023
Curator: Alice Motard

Borrowing its title from a collection of writings by Japanese poet Tamura Ryûichi (1923–98), the exhibition Le Monde sans les mots by the French artist Anne Laure Sacriste (b. 1970, lives in Paris) brings together new paintings, a series of copper and ribbon assemblages, and two site-specific installations composed of copper plates, glass, and yoga mats.

Colère divine
September 10–September 24, 2023
Coproduction: CEAAC x Musica festival

An exhibition on phenomena that combine sound and matter, with works and installations by Yann Leguay and Gaëtan Rusquet, Marina Rosenfeld, Christian Sebille and comma (Clémence Choquet and Mickaël Gamio).

Anna Hulačová & Julie Béna
October 7, 2023–January 14, 2024
Curator: Alice Motard

Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Strasbourg <> Prague cross-residency program, a double exhibition by Anna Hulačová and Julie Béna (b. 1984 and 1982, live in Klučov and Prague) that takes the shape of a dystopian ecological fable.

October 6, 2023: Culinary performance by Sonia Verguet
January 27, 2024: Performance by Zuzana Žabková

In partnership with MeetFactory and Institut français de Prague. With the support of Ministerstvo kultury České republiky.

Marianne Marić & Endre Tót
February 17–May 26, 2024
Curator: Alice Motard

Double exhibition by photographer Marianne Marić (b. 1982, lives between Mulhouse and Strasbourg) and Endre Tót (b. 1937, lives in Berlin), an emblematic figure of Hungarian neo-avant-garde and mail art, around their respective appropriations of public space through body and language.

April 2024–April 2025
Curator: Marie-Pierre Bonniol

An exhibition of books found in the street, revealing the psyche of the city of Berlin during the Covid-19 pandemic, accompanied by a series of lectures on bibliophily.

In the framework of Strasbourg World Book Capital UNESCO 2024.

Luca Bertolo: L’hésitation
June 15–August 18, 2024
Curators: Alice Motard and Elena Volpato

A monographic exhibition across two venues in Strasbourg and Meisenthal by the Italian painter Luca Bertolo (b. 1968, lives in Fabbiano).

In partnership with GAM, Turin. Supported by the Directorate-General for Contemporary Creativity of the Italian Ministry of Culture under the Italian Council program (2023).

CEAAC is supported by DRAC Grand Est, Région Grand Est, Collectivité européenne d’Alsace and Ville de Strasbourg.

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