Tue 7 - Fri 31 Jul

Fluxus champions Franco-British exchanges in contemporary art

10th Anniversary of Fluxus Art Projects

As we celebrate its 10th anniversary, Fluxus Art Projects is pleased to make a grant announcement. 15 French and British art organisations have been awarded grants to support 27 emerging and experimental artists based in each other’s countries.

Full list of recipients:

  • Chooc Ly Tan at Mimosa House (London) from 10/2020
  • Atiéna Riollet Lansade at Cell Project Space (London) from 11/2020
  • Jean-Luc Moulène at Drawing Room (London) from 10/2020
  • Mélanie Matranga at Nottingham Contemporary from 01/2021
  • Kevin Blinderman and Paul Alexandre Islas at Mostyn (Lladudno – Wales) from 11/2020
  • Emily Jones at Palais de Tokyo (Paris) from 10/2020
  • Georgie Nettell at Shanaynay (Paris) from 10/2020
  • Troïka : Eva Rucki, Conny Freyer, Sebastien Noël at FRAC Franche Comté (Besançon) from 01/2021
  • Merlin Carpenter at CAC – Synagogue de Delme (Moselle) from 10/2020
  • Jesse Pollock, Shinuk Suh, Olivia Bax, Frederik Nystrup-Larsen at La Totale (Boissy-Le-Châtel) from 10/2020
  • Ian Forsyth & Jane Pollard, Paul Maheke, Lewis Hammond, Dominique White at MO.CO (Montpellier) from 09/2020
  • Susie Green at FRAC Champagne- Ardenne (Reims) from 11/2020
  • Céline Condorelli at FRAC Lorraine (Metz) from 10/2020
  • Lara Perry and Ceren Özpinar by AWARE, Academic Project Paris / Brighton from 09/2020
  • Publication including Mathieu Kleyebe Abonnenc & Tabita Rezaire by Mother Tongue (Glasgow) from 09/2020

With the support of Fluxus, many innovative artists from the UK and France have made themselves known and acclaimed in both countries, and a number of artists promoted at the early stages of their careers by Fluxus have received prestigious awards, such as Zineb Sedira and Sonia Boyce, who will represent the French and British Pavilions at the next Venice Biennale.

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