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  • Nomadic Night .

    Myriam Gourfink .

    Guided in her practice by the breath and yoga breathing techniques, choreographer Myriam Gourfink adapts her piece Breath Structure to an in-situ performance, featuring seven dancers and a composer, within the spaces of the exhibition Breath of an Architect by Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai. The captivated public can move freely from one room to another, attentively listening to the various breathing rhythms.

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  • Children's workshop .

    Jeux de pochoir .

    Les enfants explorent la technique du katazome, guidés par Zoé Tracq, créatrice et enseignante de design et métiers d'arts. Ensemble, ils plongent dans l'art traditionnel de l'impression au pochoir et découvrent les motifs captivants inspirés par l'exposition Le souffle de l'architecte.

  • Nomadic Night .

    Lafawndah & Trustfall .

    Surrounded by their artistic community, the enchanting musician and producer Lafawndah and artist Trustfall present Inanna’s songbooks for the first time to the public. This piece is a working version of their future pop-chamber music creation, La Descente d’Inanna (The Descent of Inanna), freely adapted from one of the oldest Mesopotamian myths.

  • Nomadic Night .

    Lafawndah & Trustfall .

    Surrounded by their artistic community, the enchanting musician and producer Lafawndah and artist Trustfall present Inanna’s songbooks for the first time to the public. This piece is a working version of their future pop-chamber music creation, La Descente d’Inanna (The Descent of Inanna), freely adapted from one of the oldest Mesopotamian myths.

  • Projection/Rencontre .

    Bijoy Jain, Bêka & Lemoine .

    In the presence of the architect and the two filmmakers

    In conjunction with Bijoy Jain/Studio Mumbai, Breath of an architect exhibition at the Fondation Cartier, the artist duo Bêka & Lemoine have made a feature-length film about Bijoy Jain. As part of our partnership with the exhibition, the film will be screened on 25 March, followed by a discussion with the architect and the two filmmakers.

  • Public Program .

    Conversation : Bijoy Jain & Juliette Lecorne .

    For this exclusive conversation, Bijoy Jain and Juliette Lecorne, associate curator of the exhibition Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai Breath of an Architect, explore the links between art, achitecture, space and matter.

  • Nomadic Night .

    Éliane Radigue .

    After four beautiful concerts presented in autumn 2023 with pioneering electroacoustic composer Éliane Radigue, the Nomadic Nights are pleased to continue the very first retrospective devoted to her OCCAMs. Fascinating instrumental pieces, which she refers to as her “sound fantasies”; bespoke compositions are created in collaboration with her performers. This program has been designed with Éliane Radigue and Carol Robinson especially for the Fondation Cartier.

  • Nomadic Night .

    Éliane Radigue .

    After four beautiful concerts presented in autumn 2023 with pioneering electroacoustic composer Éliane Radigue, the Nomadic Nights are pleased to continue the very first retrospective devoted to her OCCAMs. Fascinating instrumental pieces, which she refers to as her “sound fantasies”; bespoke compositions are created in collaboration with her performers. This program has been designed with Éliane Radigue and Carol Robinson especially for the Fondation Cartier.

  • Nomadic Night .

    Éliane Radigue .

    After four beautiful concerts presented in autumn 2023 with pioneering electroacoustic composer Éliane Radigue, the Nomadic Nights are pleased to continue the very first retrospective devoted to her OCCAMs. Fascinating instrumental pieces, which she refers to as her “sound fantasies”; bespoke compositions are created in collaboration with her performers. This program has been designed with Éliane Radigue and Carol Robinson especially for the Fondation Cartier.

  • Festival .

    William Kentridge and Bronwyn Lace .

    In May 2024, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain is pleased to host The Centre for the Less Good Idea, created by William Kentridge and Bronwyn Lace, for a week of workshops and performances.