6.30pm
Site archéologique Lattara – Musée Henri Prades, Lattes
Free access

Presented by third year MO.CO students. Esba, the Lucy in the sky exhibition establishes a face-to-face relationship between the student’s artistic practice and the specific practice of archeology.

Exhibition from Saturday March 14 to Wednesday April 1, 2020

From 3pm to 5pm
MO.CO. Panacée
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Practice and awareness of contemporary art.

By the cultural mediators of MO.CO. About Permafrost exhibition.

Free upon registration at reservation@moco.art. From 6 years old

7.45pm
Cinéma Diagonal
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Some humans survive on a ravaged Earth. Only Princess Nausicaä, who can communicate with all living things, can save them from a toxic forest. Miyazaki’s masterpiece is presented on the occasion of the Permafrost exhibition.

Session presented by the MO.CO. team.

From 6pm to 7pm
MO.CO. Hôtel des collections
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One Thursday per month, a MO.CO. mediator inventes a way of meeting the works of the exhibition.

On the occasion of Mecarõ.

On registration at reservation@moco.art

3pm
MO.CO. Panacée
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Carte blanche to speakers who will make you discover the exhibitions in a different way.

Simon Galas, geneticist, molecular and cellular biologist. Professor at the University of Montpellier - Faculty of Pharmacy and researcher at the CNRS.

Free upon registration at reservation@moco.art

2pm
MO.CO. Hôtel des collections
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Curators of MO.CO. introduce you to the Mecarõ exhibition.


On registration at reservation@moco.art

6.30pm
MO.CO. Panacée - Auditorium
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The MO.CO. invites professionals from different disciplines to bring their point of view to the exhibition through their knowledge of the ecological, societal and artistic forms of climate change.

With Alain Gioda, climate historian, hydrologist and researcher at the Research Institute for Development, HydroSciences Laboratory and Clémence Agnez, teacher of philosophy and current affairs of art at the Duperré art school at the University Paris VIII Saint Denis and MO.CO. Esba.

Portrait de Flora Katz, © Alexandra Pace
6.30pm
MO.CO. Panacée - Auditorium
Free access

Whether we call them complex systems, reactive artworks or ecosystems, many artworks that change according to their environment are produced in contemporary art (by Dora Budor, Pierre Huyghe, Laure Vigna, among others). What brings them together, a non-anthropocentric gaze towards the movements of the earth, rather than humans. How do they work? Are they new in art history, and what do they teach us about an ecological conception of the world?


Flora Katz is an art critic, curator and doctoral student at the University of Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne.

 

Free - Within the limit of available places

From 3pm to 5 pm
MO.CO. Panacée
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Young and old alike share a visit to the Permafrost exhibition.
Free, upon registration at reservation@moco.art
From 6 years old

Nina Beier, Plugs, 2019
6.30pm
MO.CO. Panacée - Auditorium
Free access

Whatever you do, do something else
Or: "Contemporary art is (not) rubbish. "

Five received ideas on contemporary art
Cycle of conference on art history - Eric Watier

From February to June 2020

Contemporary art confuses you, you don't have all the keys to it. In 2020, the MO.CO. entrusts Eric Watier with the design of a series of conferences to make sense of contemporary creations.

These conferences written will be optimistic, demanding, informative, lively and (sometimes) funny.

The five conferences are built on five expressions, or received ideas on contemporary art.

3pm > 5pm  
MO.CO. Panacée
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Practical and artistic 3-day-workshop with the mediators of MO.CO. Panacée   

3pm > 5pm   

Free, pre-registration required at reservation@moco.art  

From 6 years old 

 

Tour for the little ones
10am > 11am 
MO.CO. Panacée
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A discovery of the exhibition with books, songs and activities thought for babies. 

10am > 11am   

Free, pre-registration required at reservation@moco.art  

For the children from 8 months to 3 years with an adult 

 

Hôtel des collections
2pm
MO.CO. Hôtel des collections
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A visit of the Hôtel of collections and the story of its transformation into a contemporary art centre, a look at its in-situ artworks and selected works from the exhibition.

 

> Registration required at reservation@moco.art

Les jeudis surprises
From 6pm to 8pm
MO.CO. Hôtel des collections
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One Thursday per month, a member of MOCO’s education department offers a new way of encountering works from the exhibition.
Exposition : The non-conformists. The story of a russian collection

 

> Registration required at reservation@moco.art

 

Komar et Melamid
7pm
Auditorium du MO.CO Panacée
Free access

In the context of the history of the Tsaritsyno collection and the exhibition The Non-Conformists. The History of a Russian Collection, a roundtable discussion about private donations that enrich public art collections. 

Why donate your collection?

For the second round table of the TALKS COLLECTIONS program, MO.CO. explores the issue of donating a private collection to a public institution. From the collection of non-conformist works assembled by Andrei Erofeev, donated to the National Tretyakov Gallery and exhibited at MO.CO. Hôtel des collections until February 9, 2020, it's about exploring the heritage, artistic and economic issues inherent in a donation.

In the presence of Nathalie Ergino (director of the IAC - Villeurbanne Institute for Contemporary Art), Pauline Faure (curator at MO.CO.), Simon Rolin (lawyer at the Paris bar) and Raymond Azibert (collector).