Biocenosis21 exhibition at the World Conservation Congress of IUCN

Biocenosis21 is an international exhibition of contemporary art on the theme of biodiversity, organized by Art of Change 21 within the IUCN World Conservation Congress and at La Traverse, next September in Marseille. Curated by Alice Audouin, founder of Art of Change 21, it brings together Marie-Sarah Adenis, Art Orienté Objet, Thijs Biersteker, Julian Charrière, [...]

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In France, the summer season is focusing on the environment

This summer in France, ecology is proving to be significant in exhibitions, artistic programs outside of museum walls, as well as in heritage and the countryside. The artists respond to the thoughts of philosophers working on care and new ways of living with non-humans, as well as the accelerating climate crisis. From Le Havre to [...]

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Trend: The Anthropocene Composters

A new generation of artists committed to the environment is emerging in France. Our editorial team proposes to explore four major trends within this young committed scene, from the 21 winners of the Planète Art Solidaire support awarded by Art of Change 21 (editor of this blog), sponsored by Maison Ruinart. See also other trends: [...]

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Trend: The Anthropologists of the Common Good

A new generation of artists committed to the environment is emerging in France. Our editorial team proposes to explore four major trends within this young committed scene, from the 21 winners of the Planète Art Solidaire support awarded by Art of Change 21 (editor of this blog), sponsored by Maison Ruinart. See also other trends: [...]

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Trend: The Scientific Auxiliaries

A new generation of artists committed to the environment is emerging in France. Our editorial team proposes to explore four major trends within this young committed scene, from the 21 winners of the Planète Art Solidaire support awarded by Art of Change 21 (editor of this blog), sponsored by Maison Ruinart. See also other trends: [...]

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Trend: The New Druids

A new generation of artists committed to the environment is emerging in France. Our editorial team proposes to explore four major trends within this young committed scene, from the 21 winners of the Planète Art Solidaire support awarded by Art of Change 21 (editor of this blog), sponsored by Maison Ruinart. See also other trends: [...]

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In France, a new generation of environmentally engaged artists

Impact Art News offers a special issue on young artists involved in the environment, living in France. It celebrates an emerging wave of hundreds of artists, bearers of new relationships and visions of art, life, and living together. Our editorial team at Art of Change 21 took the opportunity to share a unique point of [...]

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In Italy, the wild Renaissance

In Italy, since mid-May, a new renaissance has emerged, where artists and architects are drawing new perspectives and inventing new possibilities in response to the ecological crisis. Far from seeking a new measurement of man, they seek another relationship, especially with non-humans. A "wild renaissance" as the researcher and art theorist Guillaume Logé describes it, [...]

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Attempts to replace an anthropocentric culture

Urgency to preserve our common goods, a critical look at history and its heritage, futuristic scenarios integrating all living things; the international artistic community opens as many doors as  necessary to find a new way of inhabiting the earth, and sharing its equitably between humans and non-humans. The routes of this cultural change stretch from [...]

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The forest, branching out as an exhibition theme

The forest is now emerging as an exhibition theme in its own right in the field of contemporary art, and is no longer just in natural history museums. Last year, the Fondation Cartier in Paris hosted an exhibition on an unprecedented scale on the theme of the forest: "Nous, les arbres” (We trees) (July 12, [...]

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