éd. La Muette/BDL
L'art en joie or the Aesthetics of Joyful Humanity of the historian and exhibition curator Paul Ardenne, depicts the creator humor of a Robert Filiou, or an Eric Duyckaerts, up to the virtues of the Schadenfreude in Mireille Loup's videos. Released in 2023.
Ecole Nationale Supérieure de la Photographie
#TEDO is an action aimed at the inclusion of people with disabilities in the photographic cultural fabric of Arles. This project of artistic education, discovery and self-development is built in inter-structural collaboration between three associations […] It is an experimental territorial project.
Coordinator: Marie Andrieu, coordination assistant: Victoria Vergès, exhibition manager: Sarah Le Brocq, information systems manager: Benoît Martinez.
The artists involved: Mireille Loup and Pascal Bois
International events - Social network
Living with Rivers unfolds in the form of a biennial, that honors several rivers at each of its editions. The Rhône river launches the dynamics, and welcomes two rivers from other continents. This global conversation gives understanding and feeling by telling the epic of the rivers. Giving a voice to rivers and crossing the views of scientists and professionals with those of artists and populations living close to rivers: that is the aim of Living with Rivers, an international action launched by Initiatives for the Future of Great Rivers (IFGR) that federates a very large number of partners. By understanding our many links with rivers, we want everyone to participate in their preservation for a sustainable future shared by all.
For this first edition, the River Rhone invites the Rivers Saint Lawrence and Senegal to begin a dialogue. And from the banks of these three rivers, everyone can recount what their river means to them.
but a common message.
Director : Marie-Cécile Grisard. Photographs by Mireille Loup from the Musée de la Camargue collection.
Musée de la Camargue
Parc naturel régional de Camargue
Mas du Pont de Rousty
13200 Arles, Fr.
Between past, present and future, fruit of the love and disenchantment, between fresh and salt water.
On the occasion of the opening of the exhibition, the Musée de la Camargue offers an Ethno bistrot at 7 p.m. on the theme "Mapping the delta and thinking about its transformations". The Camargue, its history, its geography will be told by Jean-Claude Duclos, member of the Academy of Arles.
Opening and Ethno bistrot : October 18, 10h-22h.
PAF 25€, registration musee@parc-camargue
Magasine trimestriel / Quarterly magazine
éd. Glénat/Musée Dauphinois, Grenoble, Fr.
Les Fous du Rhône are passionate about the violence of the river, its light and its tragedies. Some of them search, seek, dig to understand and write its history (…) photographic work by Mireille Loup. Page 12.
Editor in Chief: Sophie Boisard