Festival de Fotografia de Paranapiacaba (Brazil), screening of “Ser Guardianes Madre Árbol”
Ciné Pampa 3, Maison Composer, Saints-en-Puisaye, “Ser Guardianes Madre Árbol”, screening
Rencontres d’Arles. Luces Distantes in the “Grow Up” programmation of the MRO Foundation. Vernissage Wednesday 5 July at 7 PM. Exhibition until the 24th of September. Curators : Pascal Beausse and Florent Basiletti. With the support of Cnap and AM Art Films.
Contre-culture dans la photographie contemporaine (Conterculture in Contemporary Photogaphy), 2-23/12/2022, a group show of 25 artists in dialogue with Textuel publishing and the eponymous book of the same name by Michel Poivert.
Supervues 022, Burrhus Hotel, Vaisons-la-Romaine. For a week-end (16-18 December), 35 artists invest 35 rooms of the hotel. One of them will be devoted to the Mater project
MATER, solo show, with mathematician Agnès Desolneux, Groupe Art Contemporain (GAC), Annonay. Opening November 4, with a text by Clément Thibault.
Le promontoire du songe (The Promontory of Dreams), groupe show, FRAC AUVERGNE, Clermont-Ferrand. Opening September 29, curator Jean-Charles Vergne.
Rencontres d’Arles, Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation, projection and talk around the movie “BORDER DANCER” with its director Amaury Voslion, a production of AMART Films. Moderated by Ioana Mello.
Release of the movie “BORDER DANCER“, a 7 mn artist portrait of the Tandem collection produced by AMART Films, directed by Amaury Voslion, with the participation of philosopher Fares Chalabi. Online on AMART‘s website.
Residence for the GUARDIANES MADRE ARBÓL project, Manuel Rivera-Ortiz Foundation, Arles
Selection of the MEAT ON/OFF project by the Ministry of Culture and French national Library (BnF) public commission “Radioscopie de la France”
1st November 2021, publication in TK21 of Des cristaux et des masques – sur la photographie cristalline et fabulatoire de Marc Lathuillière, a text by philosopher Fares Chalabi
27 Sept. 2021, 7 PMh, Images Cristal, public conversation with Fares Chalabi, exhibition SANS, Galerie Hors Champs, Paris
17-19 September 2021, UNSEEN Photo Fair, Amsterdam, with Galerie Binome
June 2021, CNAP (Centre national des arts plastiques) Contemporary Documentary Photography grant for the Luces Distantes (Distant Lights) project.
27 juin – 2 juillet 2021, residence, Seguin Foundation for Innovation, Varagnes (Annonay)
15-17 June 2021, Avatar – photography as a double in a time of crisis, conference and workshop in Bagdad with Emmanuelle Hascoët, curator (Fovearts). French Institute in Iraq
18 April 2021, Tous en mème, a conversation with art critique Clare-Mary Puyfoulhoux, Point Contemporain magazine
14 April 2021, avatar-led opening of Blue Screen (Bleu écran), 3rd and last act of All the Meme (Tous en même), a VR solo show with the French Institute in Iraq.
5 to 9 PM (Paris time), with the artist, curator Emmanuelle Hascoët (Fovearts) and graphic designer Nicolas Balaine. Exhibition from April 7 to May 31, 2021
Feeding the Body Feeds the Spirit (Nourrir le corps nourrit l’esprit), CAC Meymac, Abbaye Saint-André Contemporary Art Center, April 3 to June 20, 2021, group show, curator Jean-Paul Blanchet
Entracte, 4 March 2021, avatar-led opening of Memory Grey, Act II of All the Meme (Tous en Mème), an exhibition in three acts with the French Institute in Iraq. 6 to 9 PM, with the artist and curator Emmanuelle Hascoët (Fovearts). Exhibition from February 8 to April 7
Residence, Centre Intermondes/Maison des écritures, La Rochelle, writing on the essay Territorism
All the Memes (Tous en Mème), French Institute in Iraq, solo VR exhibition in three acts on Artsteps. Act I, Red Curtain (Rouge Rideau): Video-conference opening and tour, December 9, 2020, with Emmanuelle Hascoët, curator and Nicolas Balaine, graphic designer.
Mater project, winner of the Experimentation 2020 grant, La Diagonale, University and ENS Paris-Saclay, with mathematician Agnès Desolneux
Crecer, Resistir, solo show, Sorbonne ArtGallery, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, October 6 to November 16, 2020
Opening conference, October 7, with Julien Petit, curator at MAMU (Bogota) and PBI (Peace Brigades International)