At the Cornelius Cardew exhibition

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Pictures taken with a cellphone at ‘Cornelius Cardew: The Freedom of Listening’ exhibition curated by Dean Inkster, Jean-Jacques Palix and Lore Gablier, in Brétigny, near Paris, April 5 to June 27, 2009. The show included various music events by the likes of Nina Canal, Rhys Chatham, Marcus Schmikler, John Tilbury et al. The official website has many info and a bilingual program with essays, photos and nice layout is available in PDF.


4 Responses to “At the Cornelius Cardew exhibition”

  1. 1 Rob July 25, 2009 at 10:30 pm

    There’s a lot of Cardew in the air – Recently at Luke Fowler’s London exhibition, and again soon at the ‘Drawing Room’ gallery. They’re going to have a go at ‘The Great Learning’, I believe.

  2. 2 Palix September 29, 2009 at 9:48 am

    this same exhibition is now showed at Stuttgart (
    ) with live events previous in november.
    Thanks for your blog.

  3. 3 Palix September 29, 2009 at 9:54 am

    allready scheduled at Kuenstlerhaus Stuttgart :
    Keith Rowe / 5th november 09
    Ekkehard Ehlers / 7th november 09

  4. 4 continuo September 29, 2009 at 7:31 pm

    Good luck for the show, JJ.

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