Anima, Charlotte Dumas is a major retrospective devoted to the work of the Dutch artist, famous for her photographs of animals. Fascinated by the relationship between animals and human beings, she imbues her photographs with a major sensitivity which you can discover for yourself until 20th January at the Dutch Institute (Institut Néerlandais).
Anima, Charlotte Dumas, an original exhibition a stone’s throw from the Hotel de Suède
Inaugurated in 1957, the Dutch cultural centre is one of the oldest in Paris. It stages throughout the year a number of cultural events including concerts, conferences, dance and theatre evenings as well as film screenings. Anima, Charlotte Dumas, the exhibition currently being staged there is one of the highlights of its programme!
It throws the spotlight on the work of the photographer, who shares with her models – wolves, horses, tigers and dogs – a rare intimacy. This special rapport results in astonishing portraits, from which she has drawn the series Retrieved and Anima. You can also discover Polaroid pictures taken by the artist as part of her preparatory work, and presented for the first time to the public for the occasion of the Month of Photography!
Everyday from 13h to 19h, Excepte on monday.
The exhibition will be closed from 25th dec 2012 to 2nd january 2013.
With the collaboration of
The month of Photo 2012 à Paris, the exhibition will be a part of the VIP programme of “Paris Photo”.
With the support of