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Beau Dick & Christophe Brunnquell

Académie Conti
July 08th, 2021 - October 09th, 2021

Beau Dick - Moogums (mouth closed)
Beau Dick - Moogums
Chirtophe Brunnquell Sans titre 32
Chirtophe Brunnquell - Sans titre 32

From July, 8 to October, 9, the Consortium Museum and the Domaine de la Romanée Conti present an exhibition by Beau Dick & Christophe Brunnquell at the Académie Conti.

Beau Dick is an Indigenous sculptor born in 1955 and died in 2017. His masks reflect the aesthetics of his native Kwakwaka’wakw culture, while at the same time highlighting contemporary Western influences. As a great activist, his committed art denounces capitalism in the face of traditional North American Indigenous cultures.

Alongside him are the works of Christophe Brunnquell, a multidisciplinary French artist who is a photographer, designer and art director. His photographs capture models whose faces he has covered with paint, creating a strange, fantastic universe that is both morbid and comic.

In the Académie Conti, the works of these two artists are brought together in a singularly harmonious dialogue.

Exhibition produced with the support of the Canadian Cultural Centre in Paris.


Académie Conti
Cuverie du Prince de Conti, 3 rue de la Goillotte, Vosne-Romanée

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