Yvon Lambert Gallery dinner in honour of Bertrand Lavier
Automobile Club de France23.09.2012 #art
The Centre Pompidou begins its new school year with the exhibition “Bertrand Lavier, depuis 1969”. A retrospective on the research of the French visual artist who, since the early 1970s, has questioned the relationship between art and everyday life, as well as the nature of the work of art, by placing objects borrowed from everyday life, modified or hybridised so that their very status is called into question in a socially identified exhibition environment. From 26 September to 7 January 2013, visitors will thus be able to find some fifty emblematic works that have forged this outstanding artistic journey, selected by the museum with the complicity of the creator.
And because a retrospective in such a prestigious contemporary art center should be celebrated, the Yvon Lambert gallery invited last night the All Paris-Arty in the salons of the Automobile Club de France for a big Sunday dinner. Saywho was one of them, and enjoyed himself, alongside Christian Boltanski, Jean-Paul Goude, Annette Messager, Sophie Calle, Jean-Jacques Aillagon, or Jean Nouvel.