Since the early 1960s, artists have sealed off spaces in galleries and museums as a radical artistic gesture. These uncompromising works confront the viewer to a closed exhibition space, encouraging instead a physical, sensitive, or conceptual experience of each.
These exhibitions are now re-explored at Friart. One after the other, they give structure to a retrospective that is written in time, as each work will successively close the exhibiton space, between August 6 and November 19, 2016. The retrospective’s last day will be marked by the re-opening of the exhibition space. Festivities will include the launch of an important multidisciplinary, historical, and prospective anthology dedicated to radical artistic engagement: The Anti-Museum.