Exhibition: Bruce Nauman

American artist Bruce Nauman's work is exhibited for the first time in fifteen years in France thanks to the exhibition the Fondation Cartier dedicates to him. Visitors are welcome to discover the works he has created over the past twenty years, such as the multimedia sculptures "Carousel", "Anthro/Socio" or "Untitled". In the course of his works, the artist has managed to prove that he could match various medias perfectly in order to translate the multiple states of the body as well as of the language. Other major works by Nauman are also displayed, such as "Pencil Lift/Mr. Rogers" or even "For Children".

"Bruce Nauman" exhibition, from March 13th to June 21st 2015.
Open Tuesday from 11am to 10pm, and Wednesday to Sunday from 11am to 8pm.
Full rate: €10,50 / Concession (visitors under 25, students): €7 / Free for visitors under 13 and under 18 on Wednesday.

Bruce Nauman, Carousel (Stainless steel version), 1988
© Bruce Nauman / ADAGP, Paris 2015. Photo courtesy Glenstone

Fondation Cartier
261, boulevard Raspail
75014 Paris
Tel: + 33 (0)1 42 18 56 50
Metro: Raspail (lines 4 and 6).

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