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POUSH x Collection Lambert

The Fondation Thalie is supporting the production of the exhibition Revenir du présent, Regards croisés sur la scène actuelle, co-created by La Collection Lambert and POUSH, presenting the work of some forty artists in residence at Europe’s largest artists’ incubator.

This support reflects the Foundation’s commitment to encouraging a new generation of artists and designers who are campaigning for causes that are disrupting our ecosystems and obliging us to future generations.

The exhibition is organised through the prism of a contemporary art centre and a collective space for artistic creation. It is intended as an echo chamber, an observation tool, through which works by a multitude of artists and gestures resonate, bearing witness to the art being made in France and now.

The exhibition invites those who experience it to experience a succession of climates in which possible representations of our relationship with the world unfold. Rituals, pilfering, fables, dreams or nightmares of possible futures and other spatial transformations infiltrate the rooms of the Collection Lambert to thwart in advance the reality of a future forged in darkness.


Practical information
Exhibition from February 10 to May 12
Opening on February 9, 6pm
Collection Lambert, 5 Rue Violette, 84000 Avignon, France


With: Carla Adra, Mathilde Albouy, Estèla Alliaud, Hugo Avigo, Marlon de Azambuja, Abdelhak Benallou, Djabril Boukhenaissi, Apollinaria Broche, Grégory Chatonsky, Salomé Chatriot, Gaëlle Choisne, Max Coulon, Morgan Courtois, Cyril Debon, Julian Farade, Cledia Fourniau, Laura Garcia Karras, Gerard & Kelly, Célia Gondol, Pascal Hachem, Arash Hanaei, Ittah Yoda, Michel Jocaille, Nika Kutateladze, Anne Le Troter, Matisse Mesnil, Daniel Otero Torres, Margot Pietri, Luca Resta, Edgar Sarin, Ugo Schildge, Laura Sellies, Erwan Sene, Pol Taburet, Félix Touzalin, Dune Varela, Marie de Villepin, Xolo Cuintle

Curators: Stéphane Ibars and Yvannoé Kruger