This exhibition is the first museum exhibition devoted to the filmworks of this highly acclaimed Cuban-American artist (Havana, 1948 – New York, 1985). Bringing together 20 moving image works and 27 related photographs, the exhibition is the largest gathering of the artist’s filmic work ever presented as a full-scale exhibition in France.
Ana Mendieta is widely regarded as one of the most prolific and innovative artists of the post-war era. The recent exhibitions devoted to her work in Europe (Berlin, London, Prague, Salzburg, Turin and Umeå) revealed the power of her artistic vision and the influence of her work on the generations of artists that came after her. Mendieta’s work continues to have a strong impact on people of all ages and backgrounds.
Curators: Lynn Lukas and Howard Oransky
Tuesday de 11:00 – 21:00 h
Wednesday to Sunday 11:00 h – 19:00 h
Jeu de Paume
1 place de la Concorde