From April, 28 to July 3, 2018
Talk Show with Omar Victor Diop: May, 6, 2018, 12 pm.
French Institute of Saint-Louis - Galerie du Fleuve
Curators: Marie Deparis- Yafil and Mounir Fatmi
The Exile Pavilion is a nomadic exhibition concept imagined by the Moroccan artist mounir fatmi, co-curator, with Marie Deparis-Yafil, of this exhibition.
After stopovers in Paris and Marseille and after being presented in Tangier and Venice, during the Biennale, the Exile Pavilion moves to Saint-Louis, from April 28 to July 3, 2018. With 25 international artists, including 3 Senegalese artists, this stage of the Pavilion deploys some forty works of all media around the issues of exile, displacement, the situation of exiles, the history of exile and of diasporas.
With: Ali Assaf (Irak), Younès Baba Ali (Maroc), Sophie Bachelier (France) et Djibril Diallo (Mauritanie), Philippe Cazal (France), Gohar Dashti (Iran), Omar Victor Diop (Senegal), Mohamed El Baz (Maroc), Dimitri Fagbohoun (France-Benin), mounir fatmi (Maroc), Kendel Geers (Afrique du Sud), Marco Godinho (Portugal), Mona Hatoum (Liban), El Hadji Keita (Sénégal), Farah Khelil (Tunisie), Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos (Grèce), Jamila Lamrani (Maroc), Ndari Lo (Senegal), Anna Raimondo (Suisse), Sadek Rahim (Algerie), Groupe Untel (France), Yara Saïd (Syrie), Curtis Santiago (Trinidad - Canada), Hank Willis Thomas, avec Chris Johnson, Bayeté Ross et Kamal Sinclair (USA), Brankica Zilovic (Serbie).