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The Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain invites Australian artist Ron Mueck to exhibit an ensemble of sculptures previously unseen in France, along with iconic pieces from his career. Visitors will discover his monumental installation Mass (2017), presented for the first-time outside Australia, as well as new work...

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Les têtes curieuses

Discover Les têtes curieuses, the Fondation Cartier's new children podcast produced by Louie Créative, Louie Média's audio content creation agency.

Every saturday during the summer, listen to stories for children inspired by the Ron Mueck exhibition on the main podcast platforms.

New publication

Ron Mueck

On the occasion of the exhibition, the Fondation Cartier publish an expanded edition of Ron Mueck’s catalogue raisonné, first published in 2013. This comprehensive reference book presents all the sculptures created by the artist, including artist’s notes, studio shots, preparatory drawings, and photographs of models, allowing readers to discover Mueck’s creative process and to understand the intimacy of his work.

Nomadic Nights

Éliane Radigue

Retrospective dedicated to the OCCAM OCEAN

After several collaborations with pioneering electroacoustic composer Éliane Radigue, the Nomadic Nights are pleased to present the very first retrospective devoted to her OCCAMs: fascinating instrumental pieces, which she refers to as her “sound fantasies”; bespoke compositions created in collaboration with her performers. This program has been designed with Éliane Radigue and Carol Robinson especially for the Fondation Cartier.

Explore the history and art works of the artists exhibited by the Fondation Cartier

Fondation Cartier exhibitions travel the world.

Until October 29, 2023 at Triennale Milano

Raymond Depardon La Vie moderne

Siamo Foresta stages an unprecedented encounter between thinkers and defenders of the forest; between Indigenous artists – from New Mexico to the Paraguayan Chaco through the Amazon (Brazil, Peru and Venezuela) – and non-Indigenous artists (Brazil, China, Colombia, France). The exhibition draws its founding inspiration from this aesthetic and political vision of the forest as an egalitarian multiverse of living beings, human and non-human and, as such, offers the vibrant allegory of a possible world beyond our anthropocentrism.

Until October 15 at The Exploratorium (San Francisco)

The Great Animal Orchestra

Bernie Krause’s soundscapes reveal that within any ecosystem, each species has its own acoustic niche and human activities are increasingly silencing these great animal orchestras.

After the success of its tour in Seoul, Shanghai, Milan, London, Boston, Sydney and Lille, The Great Animal Orchestra is presented in California, home to Bernie Krause.

Paris, Milan, New York

Claudia Andujar and The Yanomami Struggle

Claudia Andujar and the Yanomami's work continue to raise visibility for their struggle to protect their land, people, and culture. In 2020, the Fondation Cartier presented the largest exhibition to date dedicated to the work of Claudia Andujar.

Since then, the exhibition expanded and was presented at Triennale Milano (2020) and at the SHED, New York (2023).

Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori

Sally Gabori began painting in 2005, around the age of eighty. The outstanding success of the exhibition is due to the striking discovery of a powerful painting as well as to a strong story of an artist whose work is deeply rooted in the traditions of her people.

Conceived and curated by Fondation Cartier and opened in Paris in 2022, the exhibition continued its journey at Triennale Milano (Milan).