Impact Art News is a bilingual French-English newsletter and blog all about art and the environment. We select and share the best exhibitions and artistic projects related to ecology and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), speak to engaged artists and keep you up to date concerning major environmental issues, highlighting them in each issue through a interview.

    Publication Manager and Chief Editor: Alice Audouin. Texts: Alice Audouin, Lisa Toubas, Marguerite Courtel (April-December 2018). Editor: Impact Art News (free transfer from Alice Audouin Consulting in 2019, without change of the editorial team).

    Interview of the artist Agnieszka Kurant

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    Art of Change 21 - What’s new with you? Agnieska Kurant - This month I was awarded the Frontier Art Prize – an annual $100,000 award established in 2017 by the World Frontiers Forum and the [...]

    No country for canine, by Wu Chuan-Lun

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    At Taipei Fine Arts Museums, Wu Chuan-Lun's No Country for Canine exhibition is entirely dedicated to German Shepherds – a dog breed doubly present in Taiwanese and German history, the artist’s two geographic touchpointst. The German Shepherd, introduced to [...]

    “The Posthuman City. Climates, Habitats, Environments: how to associate post-human with urbanism

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    An anti-speciest wind is blowing in Singapore with The Posthuman City: Climates, Habitats, Environments. This exhibition  invites visitors to imagine conditions for living, resource sharing and coexisting between species, at a time when over half the human population lives in [...]

    Michael Wang: for a rehabilitation of the wilderness

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    From 19 September 19 to 31 October 2019, the Swiss Institute in New York, in partnership with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, is presenting the first personal exhibition in an institution of the artist Michael Wang, himself a [...]

    Trees, from object to subject

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    The title of the exhibition Nous les Arbres / Trees says it all: trees are a subject not an object,  living beings capable of communicating, adapting, and worthy of love.   Adopting an eclectic approach, the Cartier Foundation brings [...]

    Otobong Nkanga, Landversation

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    Organising conversations about relationships with the land around a table that gathers objects created during the talking – the artist Otobong Nkanga came up with this bright idea for the 2014 São Paulo Art Biennial, which has [...]

    Interview of the artist Lionel Sabatté

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    Art of Change 21 - How did your relationship with the environment build up? Lionel Sabatté - It started with my desire to represent the structure of society. The subway dust I used at the [...]

    Worlds’ explorations with Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Tomás Saraceno

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    "More than humans", showing from 25 September to 1 December 2019 at Museo Nacional Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid, entrusts the discovery of an exo- and eco-centered world to a mighty duo composed of Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster and Tomás Saraceno. In this exhibition, [...]

    Manish Nai, “A History of Gestures”

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    Manish Nai is a leading figure in Indian contemporary art. A fan of upcycling, he seizes upon used clothing, newspapers, and other everyday consumer goods in major Indian cities to shed light on their social, demographic, environmental, and economic narratives. Presented [...]

    “Back to the sources”, artificial intelligence and nature

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    The sound installation "Retour aux sources" by Mouawad Laurie, a duet composed by Maya Mouawad and Cyril Laurier, has been showing since 18 September and will continue for the next ten years at Maison Ruinart in [...]