Foucault News

News and resources on French thinker Michel Foucault (1926-1984)

Découvrez cette exposition en vous promenant Jardin de l’ancienne maison de la famille Foucault Saint-Martin-la-Pallu Découvrez cette exposition en vous promenant Jardin de l’ancienne maison de la famille Foucault, 19 septembre 2021-19 septembre 2021, Saint-Martin-la-Pallu. Profitez de cette exposition-promenade composée de panneaux, de tableaux-citations, de montages sonores et vidéo. Venez découvrir le jardin de l’ancienne …

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Oolite Arts Announces Summer Exhibition: “Where There is Power” MIAMI BEACH, Florida, USA, Artfix Daily, July 13, 2021 This summer starting July 21, Oolite Arts presents “Where There is Power”, an exhibition about the many ways that artists access, spy upon, expose, memorialize, and occasionally trouble the machinations of power. Where there is power is …

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Peter Halley’s Heterotopia II explored the relationship between painting, architecture, and image LEILAH STONE • December 24, 2019, The Architect’s Newspaper Peter Halley’s Heterotopia II, a candy-colored shrine to geometric abstraction closed on December 20 at Greene Naftali gallery in Chelsea (Manhattan). The exhibition, which embodied the relationship between painting and architectural space, brought visitors into a disorienting, hyperreal world collaged out of …

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Editor: “la critique, ce sera l’art de l’inservitude volontaire, celui de l’indocilité réfléchie. La critique aurait essentiellement pour fonction le désassujetiissement dans le jeu de ce qu’on pourrait appeler, d’un mot. la politique de la vérité” Michel Foucault, Qu’est-ce que la critique? Suivie de La culture de soi, Vrin, 2015, p.39 inservitude dans le cadre …

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FORMAT19: All Watched Over by Machines of Loving Grace by Leah Gordon Exhibition at Format 19 Forever//Now Festival of photography FORMAT19 – University of Derby, Derby 15th March – 14th April […] In Michel Foucault’s book Discipline and Punish, the author moves the panopticon beyond a function of discipline into an apparatus of power, a …

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Rosie Hastie: Pendulous, Art Guide Australia, 16 January 2019 Bett Gallery 18 January—9 February 2019 Tasmanian artist Rosie Hastie exploits the photographic medium like an illusionist. To create her work, Hastie combines skillfully placed lighting with wads of crumpled paper to produce the impression of a fantastical landscape. Conjuring lo-fi special effects made with a …

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Madness and Civilisation. Exhibition by Kudzanai Chiurai. Mail and Guardian, 11 May 2018 Madness and Civilisation: Kudzanai Chiurai’s ongoing interest in the cyclical nature of struggle, liberation and freedom is brought to light in Madness and Civilisation. The exhibition takes its title from Michel Foucault’s book, Madness and Civilization: A History of Insanity in the Age of …

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