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From December 8, 2022 to April 30, 2023, the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain presents The Valley, a large monographic exhibition devoted to the painting of Fabrice Hyber.

In his tentatively painted canvases, the French artist reveals a free and lively consciousness....

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Bernie Krause, a life with The Great Animal Orchestra

We are pleased to announce that the film "Bernie Krause, a life with The Great Animal Orchestra" directed by Vincent Tricon and produced by the Fondation Cartier has been awarded the prize for best documentary at the Los Angeles CineFest

Les Voix de la Vallée

The Fondation Cartier and Fabrice Hyber present a programm of night classes, Voice of the Valley, every Thursday from 7 to 8 pm in the exhibition. Conducted in pairs by experts in their fields, these dialogues–between a chef and a gardener, an athlete and a philosopher, a climatologist and a writer, etc. –are an opportunity to test the hypotheses proposed by the artist in his works and to reflect the richness of Fabrice Hyber's artistic approach.

A project by Fabrice Hyber, produced by the Fondation Cartier and realized in collaboration with *Duu Radio.

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Podcast

Replay the last night class with Marie Darrieussecq and Ernst Zürcher

How can we live in the forest? Fiction and the intelligence of trees

New publication

Fabrice Hyber, The Valley

Discover the exhibition catalog The Valley. Bringing together a large selection of paintings created by Fabrice Hyber as well as numerous photographs of the Valley, a forest he has sown in the Vendée department in the 1990’s, the exhibition catalog offers to the reader a unique opportunity to dive into the personal universe of the artist. With contributions by Bruce Albert, Emanuele Coccia, Pascal Rousseau, and Olivier Schwartz.

Documentary

La Vallée

Since 2019, Karim Hapette and Michaël Huard record Fabrice Hyber's Vallée to create a two-parts documentary : La Vallée and Les Hommes de la Vallée.

The artist tells us how this 100,000 trees forest was born, populated by wild animals and birds with bewitching songs. The camera then turns to his accomplices: collaborators, friends or neighbors give us a sensitive vision of their collaboration with the artist.

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The Yanomami Struggle

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Conference

The Falling Sky and The Yanomami Struggle

As part of the opening of The Yanomami Struggle at the Shed in New-York, Princeton University will welcome the shaman and indigenous leader Davi Kopenawa, the Yanomami artists of the exhibition and photographer Claudia Andujar for a conference on Tuesday, January 31 2023 – 4.30 – 6.00 pm.

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Raymond Depardon La vie moderne

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