next opening on may 31
WED — SUN     12PM — 6PM
WED — SUN     12PM — 6PM
next opening on may 31
exhibition currently under construction
Current residency
Marcel Devillers


WITH: Carla Adra, Fabienne Audéoud, Morgane Baffier, Marcel Devillers, Benjamin Husson, Anouchka Oler Nussbaum, Theo Robine Langlois

Salve takes as its starting point the art center’s winter garden, built as a threshold linking inside and outside, drawing the visitor into the wooded park, symbolized by a majestic Gingko Biloba planted in 1862. 

This circulation from inside to outside guides the programming and format of this convivial event, which kicks off with a grand opening weekend in the garden and within the art center’s exhibition spaces. The public is invited to make Passages their own, to feel welcome and at home. 

Salve is also an opportunity to celebrate the oral practices of visual artists. 

The works presented contain performative elements linked to language, the common thread running through the artistic and cultural project, and also reflect the work carried out in residency between 2023 and 2024. 

Sculptures, installations and paintings flirt with art-in-motion practices, readings and a concert on the occasion of Nuit Blanche. 

This final opus of the season also explores collaborative practices, that indispensable social bond that enables us to build community. 

The spaces at 9, rue Jeanne d’Arc are seen as an agora, bringing together the art center, the garden and the Gingko workshops to create precious networks of dialogue. 


Friday May 31st

2:00 pm: Press tour

from 6:00 pm: Inauguration

7:00 pm to 10:00 pm: Performances by Charly Bechaimont and Benjamin Husson

Saturday June1st

12h00: Opening of the group exhibition

6:00 pm to 10:00 pm: Concert and readings by Marcel Devillers, Théo Robine-Langlois and Florent Dégé & Sarah Holveck

Sunday June 02

12:00 pm: Opening of the group exhibition

Performances by Anouchka Oler Nussbaum and Fabienne Audéoud

See all previous exhibitions and residencies