La Galerie

June 2nd - July 16th, 2016

Un autre monde dans notre monde – Collectif

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La Collection

From September 24th until January 22nd 2022

Graffiti in the agnès b.’s collection

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Hors les murs

La Librairie

Thursday, November 4th 2021

On the road : launching of the FUTURA fanzine by Hugo Vitrani, SKKI© et Thibault Choay

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La Librairie

Launching of the book “Porte Cochère” by Cham Lavant & Daniil Harms

Daniil Harms was a Russian poet of the 1930s.

Harms’ world is unpredictable and disordered, his characters endlessly repeating the same actions or behaving irrationally, linear stories that begin to develop being brutally interrupted by incidents that send them bouncing off in totally unexpected directions.
He was one of the founders of the avant-garde movement of Russian Futurists – writers, musicians and artists – which had a short-lived existence in the 1920s and 1930s – Oberiou (Association
(Association for Real Art), which included the poets Nikolai Zabolotsky, Constantin Vaguinov and Alexander Vvedenska.
Accused of anti-Soviet activities, Daniil Harms was interned in an NKVD prison, where he died on 2 February 1942, aged thirty-six. Considered an enemy of the Stalinist regime, Harms was only able to publish two texts during his lifetime: most of his work was published underground. He was rehabilitated in 1956, but for a long time only his poetry for children was republished in the USSR, from 1962 onwards.

Cham Lavant is an artist who lives and works in Paris.
She has taken part in a number of exhibitions, and also organises performances and films.
She stages her performances in a wide variety of venues, including the Petit Festival de la Côte Vermeille in Occitanie, the Musée International d’Art Naïf Anatole Jakovsky in Nice, La Fab., the Centre Cerise, Unesco, Au passage du Commerce, the Hôtel La Louisiane… in Paris, the Sissi Club gallery in Marseille and the Galerie Alkinois in Athens.
Her first film ‘Entre les rails‘ will be shown at the Fid Marseille in 2021. This film was supported by agnès b. and the Fondation de France. It was awarded the quality prize at the CNC in 2022.
In 2022, after taking part in an exhibition of drawings at the Fab. (agnès b endowment fund), she joined the agnès b.’s collection with two drawings.

La Fab.

Place Jean-Michel Basquiat, 75013 Paris