The Museums of Marseilles are celebrating the reopening of the [mac] (Museum of Contemporary Art) with a show by Italian artist Paola Pivi, well known to the Marseilles public for her monumental installation 25,000 Covid Jokes (It’s not a joke) in the Chapel of the Vieille Charité in 2020, now considered a milestone in the history of care. Pivi is one of the most important personalities on the international contemporary art scene. Her latest exhibition It’s your job, not my job will occupy the museum’s main hall and first three bays and feature some of her most iconic pieces as well as Free Land Scape, a new work created specifically for the occasion.
Curator: Jérôme Sans
A project by Perrotin
In conjunction with the exhibition Diffeomorphism and Discontinuity, on show at Perrotin Marais and Matignon from March 18, the internationally recognized French artist Bernar Venet presents the installation The Parabola of History at the Place Vendôme, curated by Jérôme Sans. As a tribute to his work in public space, this installation uses the artist's trademark geometric vocabulary and his favorite material: Corten steel.