MICHEL JOURNIAC. 24 hours in the life of a woman (detail), 1974, 24 vintage silver prints, without frame 24 × 18,3 cm each, © Michel Journiac / ADAGP, Paris, 2021. Courtesy Galerie Christophe Gaillard and Pinault Collection. Photo Aurélien Mole
MICHEL JOURNIAC. 24 hours in the life of a woman (detail), 1974, 24 vintage silver prints, without frame 24 × 18,3 cm each, © Michel Journiac / ADAGP, Paris, 2021. Courtesy Galerie Christophe Gaillard and Pinault Collection. Photo Aurélien Mole 

Ouverture

22/05/2021 - 31/12/2021

Bourse de Commerce - Pinault Collection 
2 Rue de Viarmes 
 
75001 Paris

www.pinaultcollection.com/fr   

 
This exhibition is a manifesto of the range of artistic practices — painting, sculpture, video, installation, photography, performance — present in the collection and reflects the equilibrium between generations, cultures, origins and gender. It is also a manifesto of the diversity of the themes represented in the collection, or rather its key features: the obsessional issues of death, “the passage of time”, vanity, proclamations of material poverty, the radicalism of the approaches committed to political, social, racial and gender issues…, a deeply humanistic vision, characteristic of works that unrelentingly question the human figure, the face and the body.