La mort en P.

Nicolas Mavrikakis

La mort en P.

Pourquoi je suis comme je suis (la suite...)
Curator: Joyce Yahouda
« Quoi que je fasse, je serai toujours ton père. »
2019
Ink-jet print
Vue de l’installation de Nicolas Mavrikakis
Oeuvre de l’installation de Nicolas Mavrikakis, 2019

Thursday Oct. 17, Friday Oct. 18, Saturday Oct. 19. Thursday Oct. 24, Friday Oct. 25. From 12 – 5 p.m. Performance: Saturday, October 26, from 12 – 5 p.m. That day, the space will be modified to accommodate an appropriation of Jean Cocteau’s monodrama, The Human Voice (1930). The text will be interpreted by 4 different actors, including the artist himself. Join us for a drink from 5 to 6 p.m.! Address 1134, Ste Catherine O. # 770 H3B 1H4, Montreal, QC, Canada Metro: Peel

Thursday Oct. 17, Friday Oct. 18, Saturday Oct. 19.

Thursday Oct. 24, Friday Oct. 25.

From 12 – 5 p.m.

Performance: Saturday, October 26, from 12 – 5 p.m.

That day, the space will be modified to accommodate an appropriation of Jean Cocteau’s monodrama, The Human Voice (1930). The text will be interpreted by 4 different actors, including the artist himself.

Join us for a drink from 5 to 6 p.m.!

Address

1134, Ste Catherine O. # 770

H3B 1H4, Montreal, QC, Canada

Metro: Peel

Text by Nicolas Mavrikakis, artist

He’s baaaaack!!

After offering his mother as a scapegoat in a performance in May of 2012, at Joyce Yahouda Gallery, this time he’s putting his father on display for all to see. Like many young [!!!] artists with nothing to say, Mavrikakis uses his family as subject matter to make his debut in artistic creation. Next time, his creative pursuits may involve his great-aunt or second cousin! Who knows?

Come see why art critic, independent curator, and professor Nicolas Mavrikakis has this love – though some would say “hate” – of art. Come see what he retains of his father... Come see the work, the collection that Mavrikakis has brought together. Come see the connections Mavrikakis develops with dreams and the imagination... We cannot guarantee you that everything is truthful. We’ll leave it up to you to decide or lose yourself in the labyrinth of stories to be told by Mavrikakis.

The exhibition ends with a performance constituting an appropriation of Jean Cocteau’s monodrama, The Human Voice.

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