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Laterna Magica

Cultural, Festival, Visual/graphic arts, Photography, Video, Various arts, Digital art at Marseille

  • Regular events will take place throughout 2013 in the spirit of great literary or artistic series, with events taking place monthly or at other intervals. These Feuilletons (series) will cross the region, inviting the public to see and experience unusual adventures in fields as diverse as cuisine (the Grandes Carrioles), literature (in homage to the Mystères of Eugène Sue), the pyrotechnic arts, film and younger audiences. They will involve mobile installations and original events in...
    Regular events will take place throughout 2013 in the spirit of great literary or artistic series, with events taking place monthly or at other intervals. These Feuilletons (series) will cross the region, inviting the public to see and experience unusual adventures in fields as diverse as cuisine (the Grandes Carrioles), literature (in homage to the Mystères of Eugène Sue), the pyrotechnic arts, film and younger audiences. They will involve mobile installations and original events in unusual
    venues, and target a wide audience.
    Combining drawing, film, animation, illustration and graphic design, the Laterna Magica festival has a taste for surprises and
    original interactions. And because in 2013, 2 + 0 + 1 + 3 = 10 years, Laterna Magica will feature ten events. On the first weekend of the month, a festive event will be the starting
    point for a new solo exhibition by artists such as Jochen Gerner, Isidro Ferrer, Attak, Jenni Rope and Erica il Cane.
    The invited artists have been given carte blanche. There are no guidelines or roadmaps: they are free to lose themselves, change viewpoints and turn the world on its head. Each of the ten artists will produce a series of works and take part in workshops and discussions. In addition to this central project, Laterna Magica will present a series of smaller events throughout the region. Every month, other representatives from European and Mediterranean visual arts scenes will be invited to share their views of contemporary creation.
Schedules

Schedules

  • From December 4, 2020 until December 13, 2020
    Opened Everyday
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