Exhibition time!

Exhibition time! ‘Mind the Map’ exhibition (that features http://dhuhealthcare.com/accutane-isotretinoin/ maps inspired by art, design and cartography) is now open to the public from 18th May until 28th October at the London Transport Museum, in Covent Garden, WC2E 7BB.

London Transport and Tag Fine Arts organised an event, ‘Museum at Night: Maps Unleashed’ on the evening of Friday 18th, from 19pm until 22pm, with workshop, cocktail bar, DJ.
The tickets were £8 (£6 concessions)

Another event to thank the participants is currently being drafted.

www.ltmuseum.co.uk/whats-on/exhibitions/upcoming-exhibitions

Agnes Poitevin-navarre Unedited part one

Artist Agnes Poitevin-navarre http://www.iveamobility.com/soma500mg/ interviewed by curator Michelle Brown about her latest version of her Proustian Map

Thank you Londoners for your participation!

Thank you Londoners for your participation! More than 550 responses have now been recorded on the latest version of the Proustian Map covering all 33 boroughs of London.
The curator Michelle Brown came for a studio visit a few weeks ago and recorded this candid series of interviews that can now been seen on YouTube. http://youtu.be/Tx_QiPAB79s

“The Land of Hopeful Commuters”, the latest version of the Proustian Map series has been commissioned by London Transport Museum and will be displayed at the Museum from 18th May until 28th October 2012.

LONDON COMMUTERS, WE NEED YOU!

The artist Agnes Poitevin-Navarre is currently gathering answers to plod on the new Proustian map and is requesting all interested Londoners to participate [apart from Tower Hamlets E2 section that is now closed]. The deadline is Friday 23rd March.

http://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/landofhopefulcommuters

So far, the varied and interesting answers include:

Borough of Barnet – a drama teacher hoping to be ‘in Dorset, eating fish and chips by the sea’ whilst in neighouring Brent, a 19-year-old unemployed girl is hoping to ‘be where yesterday is envious of tomorrow’

Borough of Camden – an engineer hoping to be ‘home with his boyfriend and his dog’, someone happy to be ‘right here, right now’, or a solicitor ‘awash in a euphoria of reading and relaxation’

Borough of Lewisham , a man hoping to be ‘Shaking my tail feathers at Sydney Mardi Gras 2013’

Borough of Lambeth, a female digital storyteller hoping to be “In the middle of row C in the stalls at the Royal Opera House”

Borough of Hackney, a man hoping to be ‘among the English poets’, a woman ‘coccooned in a blanket of love with her partner for the rest of her life’

Borough of Waltham Forest, people mentioning Buckingham Palace, Miami, Lego shop, Canada or a Arsenal vs Tottenham match as their destination…

All 33 boroughs will be covered so please take part http://www.ltmuseum.co.uk/landofhopefulcommuters

Whilst plodding, the artist will add more updates on her Facebook page and you can see the unedited version of the interview between the artist and curator Michelle Brown…http://www.facebook.com/pages/Agnes-Poitevin-Navarre/37069809744

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tx_QiPAB79s&feature=channel

“The Land of Hopeful Commuters”, the lastest version of the Proustian Map series has been  commissioned by London Transport Museum and will be displayed at the Museum from 18th May until https://www.smileplusdentalcare.co.uk/ventolin-inhalator/ 28th October 2012.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tx_QiPAB79s&feature=channel

Fellow Artists Fellow Muses exhibition

“Si je suis moi simplement parce que je suis moi, et si tu es toi simplement parce que tu es toi, alors je suis moi et tu es toi. Mais si je suis moi parce que tu es toi, et si tu es toi parce que je suis moi, alors je ne suis pas moi et tu n’es pas toi.”

Jean-Luc Bonniol quoting A. L. Epstein repeating Mendel de Kotzk

“If I am I merely because I am I, and if you are you merely because you are you, then I am I and you are you. However, if I am I because you are you, and if you are you because I am I, then I am not I and you are not you.”

The “Fellow Artists Fellow Muses” exhibition ran at King’s College Cambridge Art Centre from Friday 11th November until Saturday 26th November, open daily 11-5pm, free entry.
Contact curator Natalie McIntyre at nm471@cam.ac.uk for further information.

© agnes poitevin-navarre 2011

A big thank you to the Proustians of Cambridge for revealing their greatest achievement and sharing pearls of wisdom.

http://www.kings.cam.ac.uk/events/exhibitions.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eHWiCdMTB7g

photos by Sir Colin Hampden-White © 2011

Many thanks to Nat, Chris, Seoras, Julien, Jasper, Alison, Colin, Paul, Simon,Teresa, Sheena, my new collectors Gordy and Jo and all the Proustians of Cambridge.

Agnes features as “Artist of the Week” on the Iniva Blog. http://www.iniva.org/blog/2011/11/artist-of-the-week-agnes-poitevin-navarre/

 

 

“Maps have the capacity to open worlds of reality and imagination” wrote Professor Jeremy Black in “Remarkable Maps – Examples of How Cartography Defined, Changed and Stole the World”. The art practice of Agnès Poitevin-Navarre epitomizes that idea. The exhibition at King’s College Arts Centre is a wonderful platform to explore and engage with this conceptual artist’s past and new body of work.

‘The Art of Being Anecdotal’ could be the subtitle of this exhibition that includes the ‘Colour Coding’ series, a speculative variation on mixed race terminology [In French, a mixed race person is sometime described as ‘café au lait’], ‘The Reader’ [photograph/photogram] and the magnificent ‘Fellow Artists, Fellow Muses’ installation that was shown last year at the Royal Geographical Society in London. That geo-biographical piece is a celebration of the career of eight fellow women artists [Agnès Poitevin-Navarre, Susan Stockwell, Nina Torp, Gayle Kwon Chang, Yara El Sherbini, Nicholette Goff, Rita Keegan, Cleo Broda].

The location of their shows is recorded as latitude and longitude coordinates and a keepsafe of their presence on this planet is embodied in the hair lock used instead of the bristle of a paintbrush.

This solo show also features new work such as ‘Le Fil D’Ariane [Cambridge]’, the artist hair embroidered floorplan of King’s College Cambridge as well as the newly commissioned ‘Proustian Map of Cambridge’, a collaboration with Cantabrigians that elaborates on the locals’ greatest achievements and pearls of wisdom.

Agnès Poitevin-Navarre is a conceptual artist interested in the limits of categorizations and semantics. She graduated with an MA from the Slade, UCL, in 1997 and has since been exhibiting locally, nationally and internationally. She works across a range of media but is known primarily for her cartographic and anecdotal work. She uses maps as a shorthand to explore notions of identity, nationality and social codes. She also composes collages and divises installations, giving them a poetic twist.

Below ‘Proustian Map of London’, ‘Fellow Artists-Fellow Muses’ and ‘X&Y’ at the Royal Geographical Society, 2010

For further details, commissions or purchase of work, please contact Agnes at agnespnavarre@hotmail.co.uk

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MllkJohEisg

http://www.flickr.com/photos/rgs-ibg/sets/72157624010860046/show/

The Proustian Map of London – Land of Achievement

In 2010, The Proustian Map of London – Land of Achievement was exhibited at the Royal Geographical Society, 1 Kensington Gore, London SW7 2AR.

The Creative Mapping, a two-women exhibition was viewed until 2nd July 2010. Agnes and Susan Stockwell showed iconic pieces such as the Proustian Map of London, Fellow Artists/Fellow Muses and the Money Dress.

Agnes’ artist talk happened on Wednesday 16th June at 18.30 /Susan’s Talk on Tuesday 22nd June at 18.30 or to purchase a copy of the catalogue, please contact https://www.smileplusdentalcare.co.uk/fluoxetine-uk/ the RGS on 020 7591 3030 or email v.patel@rgs.org