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Lili Reynaud Dewar, Marcel-Duchamp Prize 2021, an artist between Joséphine Baker and Pasolini

2021-10-18T18:16:34.734Z

For the second year in a row, this evening at Beaubourg, the prize crowns a daring woman whose work mainly takes the form of performances, sculptures, videos and installations.



She dances, she haunts, she searches, she exhumes, she manages through her dance practice to work with her body, to summarize a metaphysical question by an object, a gesture, a reference, an often poignant metaphor.

She is an Amazon and a researcher.

For the second year in a row, the Marcel-Duchamp Prize rewards a daring woman.

After the Franco-Canadian Kapwani Kiwanga in 2020 who was found in majesty for the inauguration of the Luma Foundation in Arles, this summer, it is the French Lili Reynaud Dewar, artist born in 1975 in La Rochelle who lives and works in Grenoble, which wins the 2021 laurels.

Read alsoThe 20th Marcel-Duchamp Prize recognizes French-Canadian artist Kapwani Kiwanga

His work mainly takes the form of performances, sculptures, videos and installations.

Lili Reynaud-Dewar's nude and sculptural

“black body

dances

have long been invited to the museum - in flesh and blood, or on video, or both.

She embodied

This is my home

at the Magasin de Grenoble, from 2012, at the invitation of her director

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Source: lefigaro

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