Histoires de Voir (Show and Tell): Exhibition of Indigenous Art at the Fondation Cartier

On view from May 15 to October 21, 2012, the exhibition Histoires de voir: Show and Tell presents the works and narratives of over 40 painters, sculptors and filmmakers from around the world. They are Brazilian, Indian, Congolese, as well as Haitian, Mexican, Danish, Japanese and American. They hail from the urban centers of Paris and Port-au-Prince, or the rural communities of the Amazon and Madya Pradesh. They emerged as artists and developed their talents in uncommon circumstances; they have often been considered as naïve artists and have rarely been invited to exhibit their works in contemporary art institutions.

<div style=”margin-bottom:5px”> <strong> <a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/HGcharing/histoires-de-voir-exhibition&#8221; title=”Histoires de Voir Exhibition” target=”_blank”>Histoires de Voir Exhibition</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/HGcharing&#8221; target=”_blank”>Howard Charing</a></strong> </div>

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  1. […] explores the work of Mamadou Cissé and follows up from a previous post about the exhibition ‘Histoires de Voir‘ held at the Fondation Cartier earlier this year. Here is an interview with Mamadou with […]

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