Anne & Patrick Poirier

By 2 July 2019 Artists

ANNE AND PATRICK POIRIER

ANNE AND PATRICK POIRIER

Biography

Anne and Patrick Poirier, who were born respectively in Marseille in 1941 and in Nantes in 1942, are among the most famous couples on the international art scene and their creative symbiosis developed in Italy. Winners of the Grand Prix de Rome in 1967, after studying at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, Anne and Patrick were artists in residence at the Villa Medici in Rome (1968-1972), at invitation of the former director Balthus. From the very beginning of that residency, they decided to combine their artistic vision and jointly sign their works. Eclectic artists, travelers, and passionate explorers of ancient civilizations, they collect materials like modern archaeologists. Critical of the contemporary era, they call upon the great collective narratives of the past to express metaphorical meanings linked to the reality. Their heterogeneous body of work (installations, sculptures, photographs, works on paper) highlights the fragility and transience of anthropological time, outlining a continuum between past and future, individual memory and collective history.
In more than fifty years of joint work, their solo exhibitions have been held in some of the most important international museums and institutions: Ludwig Museum, Koblenz (2022); Musée de La Roche-sur-Yon (2022); MRAC-Musée régional d’art contemporain Occitanie, Sérignan (2021);

Château La Coste, Le Puy-Sanite-Réparade (2021); Abbaye du Thoronet (2021); The French Academy in Rome – Villa Medici, Rome (2019); De Pont Museum, Tilburg (2018); Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire (2018); Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris (2017); Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden, Wuppertal (2016); Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain de Saint-Étienne (2016); Musée Jean Cocteau, Menton (2015); Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo (2013); Museum of Contemporary Art Donna Regina, Naples (2011); Villa Medicea La Magia, Quarrata (2006); Kunstmuseum, Thun (2003); Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles (1999); Musée de l’Élysée, Lausanne (1999); Museum Moderner Kunst Ludwig, Vienna (1994); Maison de la Culture, Grenoble (1985); The Brooklyn Museum, New York (1984); Chiesa di San Carpoforo, Milan (1984); Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpêtrière, Paris (1983); MoMA PS1, New York (1980); Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels (1978); Centre Pompidou, Paris (1978); CAPC, Bordeaux (1977); Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin (1977), Neue Galerie-Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen (1973).
They have taken part in numerous international events such as: the Havana Biennial (2006); Valencia Biennial (2003); Busan Biennale (2002); Lyon Biennale (2000); Istanbul Biennial (1987); documenta, Kassel (1977); Venice Biennale (1984, 1980, 1976).

After the election happened in June 2021, and the official investiture ceremony held on 26 October 2022, Anne Poirier is member of the Sculpture section of the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris; Patrick has been elected “corresponding” member of the same section of the Academy.
Since the beginning of 2017 they have been represented in Italy by Galleria Fumagalli. In the same year the Gallery dedicated a solo exhibition to them, entitled “Dystopia”, and joined the publication of the monograph “Anne et Patrick Poirier” (ed. Flammarion) together with Maison Européenne de la Photographie and Galerie Mitterrand, Paris. In 2021 they were involved in the exhibition program “MY30YEARS – Coherency in Diversity”, conceived and curated by Lóránd Hegyi, which celebrates Annamaria Maggi’s 30-year career at the helm of the Gallery. Their work was exhibited in the first and the third group show of the program. In January 2023 the due comes back to Milan with the exhibition project “Hommage à Dante: Enfer, Purgatoire, Paradis”, curated by Lóránd Hegyi and Angela Madesani, and hosted at Casa degli Artisti, Galleria Fumagalli and Antonini Milano – Palazzo Borromeo.

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Biography

Anne and Patrick Poirier, who were born respectively in Marseille in 1941 and in Nantes in 1942, are among the most famous couples on the international art scene and their creative symbiosis developed in Italy. Winners of the Grand Prix de Rome in 1967, after studying at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs, Paris, Anne and Patrick were artists in residence at the Villa Medici in Rome (1968-1972), at invitation of the former director Balthus. From the very beginning of that residency, they decided to combine their artistic vision and jointly sign their works. Eclectic artists, travelers, and passionate explorers of ancient civilizations, they collect materials like modern archaeologists. Critical of the contemporary era, they call upon the great collective narratives of the past to express metaphorical meanings linked to the reality. Their heterogeneous body of work (installations, sculptures, photographs, works on paper) highlights the fragility and transience of anthropological time, outlining a continuum between past and future, individual memory and collective history.

In more than fifty years of joint work, their solo exhibitions have been held in some of the most important international museums and institutions: Ludwig Museum, Koblenz (2022); Musée de La Roche-sur-Yon (2022); MRAC-Musée régional d’art contemporain Occitanie, Sérignan (2021); Château La Coste, Le Puy-Sanite-Réparade (2021); Abbaye du Thoronet (2021); The French Academy in Rome – Villa Medici, Rome (2019); De Pont Museum, Tilburg (2018); Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire (2018); Maison Européenne de la Photographie, Paris (2017); Skulpturenpark Waldfrieden, Wuppertal (2016); Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain de Saint-Étienne (2016); Musée Jean Cocteau, Menton (2015); Espace Louis Vuitton, Tokyo (2013); Museum of Contemporary Art Donna Regina, Naples (2011); Villa Medicea La Magia, Quarrata (2006); Kunstmuseum, Thun (2003); Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles (1999); Musée de l’Élysée, Lausanne (1999); Museum Moderner Kunst Ludwig, Vienna (1994); Maison de la Culture, Grenoble (1985); The Brooklyn Museum, New York (1984); Chiesa di San Carpoforo, Milan (1984); Chapelle Saint-Louis de la Salpêtrière, Paris (1983); MoMA PS1, New York (1980); Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels (1978); Centre Pompidou, Paris (1978); CAPC, Bordeaux (1977); Berliner Kunstverein, Berlin (1977), Neue Galerie-Sammlung Ludwig, Aachen (1973).
They have taken part in numerous international events such as: the Havana Biennial (2006); Valencia Biennial (2003); Busan Biennale (2002); Lyon Biennale (2000); Istanbul Biennial (1987); documenta, Kassel (1977); Venice Biennale (1984, 1980, 1976).
After the election happened in June 2021, and the official investiture ceremony held on 26 October 2022, Anne Poirier is member of the Sculpture section of the Académie des Beaux-Arts in Paris; Patrick has been elected “corresponding” member of the same section of the Academy.

Since the beginning of 2017 they have been represented in Italy by Galleria Fumagalli. In the same year the Gallery dedicated a solo exhibition to them, entitled “Dystopia”, and joined the publication of the monograph “Anne et Patrick Poirier” (ed. Flammarion) together with Maison Européenne de la Photographie and Galerie Mitterrand, Paris. In 2021 they were involved in the exhibition program “MY30YEARS – Coherency in Diversity”, conceived and curated by Lóránd Hegyi, which celebrates Annamaria Maggi’s 30-year career at the helm of the Gallery. Their work was exhibited in the first and the third group show of the program. In January 2023 the due comes back to Milan with the exhibition project “Hommage à Dante: Enfer, Purgatoire, Paradis”, curated by Lóránd Hegyi and Angela Madesani, and hosted at Casa degli Artisti, Galleria Fumagalli and Antonini Milano – Palazzo Borromeo.

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Works

Anne&PatrickPoirier, Mésopotamie, Les fouilles de la mémoire, Les Deux Mondes, 2013
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Des fouilles de la mémoire, Les Deux Mondes, 2013
Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 240x200x5 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, polyurethane, wood, 150x120 cm

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, polyurethane, wood, 150x120 cm

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Moyen Orient (Mésopotamie), 2014
Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 230x190x5 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, polyurethane, wood, 150x120 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Moyen Orient (Mésopotamie), 2013
Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 230x190x5 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, polyurethane, wood, 150x120 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2015
Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 145x130x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, polyurethane, wood, 150x120 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016
Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 150x120x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, polyurethane, wood, 150x120 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, 2016
Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 240x200x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, polyurethane, wood, 150x120 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, War, 2016
Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 145x132x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Les fouilles de la mémoire, Déserté, 2013. Acrilico, poliuretano, 90x85x3 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Les fouilles de la mémoire, Déserté, 2013
Acrylic, polyurethane, 90x85x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Utopia, 2017. Neon, 70x30x10 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Utopia, 2017
Neon, 70x30x10 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Neon, 120x30x10 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017
Neon, 120x30x10 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Cartone, legno compensato, acrilico, 190x140x130 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017
Cardboard, plywood, acrylic, 190x140x130 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Cartone, legno compensato, acrilico, 200x120x135 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017
Cardboard, plywood, acrylic, 200x120x135 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Stampa Ilfochrome montata su Dibond, 241x151x6 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014
Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 241x151x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Stampa Ilfochrome montata su Dibond, 257x151x6 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014
Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 257x151x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Stampa Ilfochrome montata su Dibond, 257x151x6 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2015
Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 153x185x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Stampa Ilfochrome montata su Dibond, 257x151x6 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2015
Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 154x187,5x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Stampa Ilfochrome montata su Dibond, 257x151x6 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2017
Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 76x64,5x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne e Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Stampa Ilfochrome montata su Dibond, 257x151x6 cm
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2017
Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 76x64,5x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, Fragility, 1994_10
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Tears), 1994/1995
Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, Fragility, 1994_9
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Intuito), 1994/1995
Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, Fragility, 1994_5
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Exile), 1994/1995
Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, Fragility, 1994_4
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Troubled Hearts Eaten by Flame), 1994/1995
Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, Fragility, 1994_2
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Wounds), 1994/1995
Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, Fragility, 1994_1
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Hunger), 1994/1995
Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, Fragility, 1994_1
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Le Réduit des Antiques, 1999
Gelatin silver print, 26,5x24x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, Fragility, 1994_1
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Le Réduit des Antiques. L'ombre de Gradiva, 1999
Gelatin silver print, 26,5x24x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&Patrick Poirier, Janus, 2017, resina, giradischi, 125x42x35 cm. Courtesy Galleria Fumagalli
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Janus, 2017
Resin, record player, 125x42x35 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Anne&PatrickPoirier, The World, 2017
Anne and Patrick Poirier, The World, 2017
Resin, record player, 122x42x35 cm. ©Adagp, Paris
Copyright 2020 Armellin F.
Anne and Patrick Poirier, Surprise Party, 1995
Globe, Suitcases, record player, stereo, speakers, 110x75x40 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Works

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Des fouilles de la mémoire, Les Deux Mondes, 2013. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 240x200x5 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Des fouilles de la mémoire, Les Deux Mondes, 2013. Acrylic, oil, polysty

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Moyen Orient (Mésopotamie), 2014. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 230x190x5 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Moyen Orient (Mésopotamie), 2014. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethan

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Moyen Orient (Mésopotamie), 2013. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 230x190x5 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Moyen Orient (Mésopotamie), 2013. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethan

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2015. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 145x130x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2015. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane,

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 150x120x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, Moyen Orient, 2016. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane,

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, 2016. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 240x200x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, 2016. Acrylic, oil, polystyrene, polyurethane, 240x200x3 cm.

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, War, 2016. Acrylic, oil, polyurethane, 145x132x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Mésopotamie, War, 2016. Acrylic, oil, polyurethane, 145x132x3 cm. ©Adagp

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Les fouilles de la mémoire, Déserté, 2013. Acrylic, polyurethane, 90x85x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Les fouilles de la mémoire, Déserté, 2013. Acrylic, polyurethane, 90x85

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Utopia, 2017. Neon, 70x30x10 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Utopia, 2017. Neon, 70x30x10 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Neon, 120x30x10 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Neon, 120x30x10 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Cardboard, plywood, acrylic, 190x140x130 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Cardboard, plywood, acrylic, 190x140x130 cm. ©Adagp, Pari

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Cardboard, plywood, acrylic, 200x120x135 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Dystopia, 2017. Cardboard, plywood, acrylic, 200x120x135 cm. ©Adagp, Pari

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 241x151x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 241x151x6 cm. ©Adagp,

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 257x151x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2014. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 257x151x6 cm. ©Adagp,

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2015. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 153x185x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2015. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 153x185x6 cm. ©Adagp,

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2015. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 154x187,5x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2015. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 154x187,5x6 cm. ©Adag

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2017. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 76x64,5x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2017. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 76x64,5x6 cm. ©Adagp,

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2017. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 76x64,5x6 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Archives, 2017. Ilfochrome print mounted on Dibond, 76x64,5x6 cm. ©Adagp,

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Tears), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Tears), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Ada

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Intuito), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Intuito), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©A

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Exile), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Exile), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Ada

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Troubled Hearts Eaten by Flame), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Troubled Hearts Eaten by Flame), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 7

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Wounds), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Wounds), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Ad

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Hunger), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Fragility (Hunger), 1994/1995. Cibachrome print, 73x63x3 cm, ed. 2/5. ©Ad

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Le Réduit des Antiques, 1999. Gelatin silver print, 26,5x24x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Le Réduit des Antiques, 1999. Gelatin silver print, 26,5x24x3 cm. ©Adagp

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Le Réduit des Antiques. L'ombre de Gradiva, 1999. Gelatin silver print, 26,5x24x3 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Le Réduit des Antiques. L'ombre de Gradiva, 1999. Gelatin silver print, 2

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Janus, 2017. Resin, record player, 125x42x35 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Janus, 2017. Resin, record player, 125x42x35 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, The World, 2017. Resin, record player, 122x42x35 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, The World, 2017. Resin, record player, 122x42x35 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Surprise Party, 1995. Globe, suitcases, record player, stereo, speakers, 110x75x40 cm. ©Adagp, Paris

Anne and Patrick Poirier, Surprise Party, 1995. Globe, suitcases, record player, stereo, speakers, 1

Press

Le Figaro

29 April 2019
“Les Poirier ou l’éternel retour à Rome”

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Arte

October 2017
“Coppia d’oro. Anne & Patrick Poirier”

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Le Quotidien de l’Art

12 September 2017
“Anne & Patrick Poirier, photographes de l’intranquillité”

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Le Monde

7 September 2017
“Les images révélatrices d’Anne et Patrick Poirier”

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Art absolument

October 2014
“Anne et Patrick Poirier. La mémoire et le temps”

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Connaissance des Arts

2010
“Les sens des oeuvres”

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Press

Le Figaro

29 April 2019
“Les Poirier ou l’éternel retour à Rome”

Read the article  →

Arte

October 2017
“Coppia d’oro. Anne & Patrick Poirier”

Read the article  →

Le Quotidien de l’Art

12 September 2017
“Anne & Patrick Poirier, photographes de l’intranquillité”

Read the article  →

Le Monde

7 September 2017
“Les images révélatrices d’Anne et Patrick Poirier”

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Art absolument

October 2014
“Anne et Patrick Poirier. La mémoire et le temps”

Read the article  →

Connaissance des Arts

2010
“Les sens des oeuvres”

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Exhibition

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

ANNE AND PATRICK POIRIER
Dystopia

Opening 21 September 2017
22 September to 20 December 2017

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GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Ironia – Temporalità – Déplacement

Opening 17 November, 2021
18 November, 2021 to 4 February, 2022

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Architettura – Spazialità – Artefatto

Opening 26 May 2021
26 May to 30 July 2021

Exhibition  →

Exhibitions

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

ANNE AND PATRICK POIRIER
Dystopia

Opening 21 September 2017
22 September to 20 December 2017

Exhibition  →

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

Ironia – Temporalità – Déplacement

Opening 17 November, 2021
18 November, 2021 to 4 February, 2022

Exhibition  →

Architettura – Spazialità – Artefatto

Opening 26 May 2021
26 May to 30 July 2021

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