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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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Nomadic Nights

As part of the Ron Mueck exhibition, the Nomadic Nights invite artists from the contemporary scene to take over the spaces and garden of the Fondation Cartier.

Nomadic Nights

Olivier Saillard With Moda Povera V, Renée’s garments

Olivier Saillard, fashion designer, fashion historian, and former director of the Palais Galliera, pays a sober, beautiful, and moving tribute to his late mother by transforming her modest, everyday wardrobe into haute couture clothing.

Nomadic Nights

Alexis Paul, Alessandro Sciarroni and folk choirs Voci dal Mondo Reale #Paris

Under the artistic direction of musician and composer Alexis Paul and choreographer Alessandro Sciarroni, traditional folk choirs from the Caucasus mountains to the Atlantic Ocean will perform at the Fondation Cartier. This remarkable evening gives pride of place to the human voice as a unique and ancestral instrument.

Fondation Cartier exhibitions travel the world

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

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).

Until July 23, 2023 at Power Station of Art (Shangai)

Raymond Depardon La Vie moderne

Bringing together some one hundred photographs by Raymond Depardon, as well as a feature film, La Vie moderne depicts the French rural landscape through the regard of its inhabitants, while exploring universal questions linked to contemporary rural life.

After presenting the largest exhibition ever of Raymond Depardon’s work in Milan in 2022, with La Vie moderne, the Fondation Cartier is pursuing the dialogue initiated with the artist in the 1990s by presenting his first solo exhibition in China at the Power Station of Art (Shangai).

From June 10, 2023 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).