2020.11.5 THU


Online Presentation of CHANEL NEXUS HALL’s Exhibition Catalogues

Since opening in 2005, CHANEL NEXUS HALL has hosted various art exhibitions, focusing mainly on photography. A catalogue (not for sale) was produced for each event, these being available for perusal at the hall, but now it has been decided to present digital versions of six past catalogues that can be viewed for a limited period on our website. These will be shown in their entirety, including the text written by the artists and curators in addition to the photographs of the works, and we hope that they be enjoyed equally by those who attended the exhibitions and those who have not previously seen the works. They will be available for a period of one month per catalogue over a period of six months, starting in November. Details of each catalogue are as listed below.

Vol. 1: Nov. 12 (Thu) – Dec. 10 (Thu), 2020
In Situ
Pierre-Elie de Pibrac Exhibition

Three series of photographs featuring the dancers of the Paris Opera that were shown this year at the CHANEL NEXUS HALL and the KYOTOGRAPHIE International Photography Festival.

Vol. 2: Dec. 11 (Fri) 2020 – Jan. 7 (Thu), 2021
TRANSMISSIONS people-to-people
Tiziana and Gianni Baldizzone Exhibition
A photographic documentary about people who produce traditional handcrafts, presented through the work of the Italian couple, Tiziana and Gianni Baldizzone.

Vol 3: Jan. 8 (Fri) – Feb. 4 (Thu), 2021
DEPARDON / TOKYO 1964-2016
Raymond Depardon exhibition

Works by the famous French photographer, Raymond Depardon, that he took during the 1964 Tokyo Olympics or during a visit to Tokyo in 2016.

Vol 4: Feb. 5 (Fri) – Mar. 4 (Thu), 2021
Enki Bilal Exhibition

Paintings by Enki Bilal, a leading visual creator in the French bandes dessinées comic genre.

Vol 5: Mar. 5 (Fri) – Apr. 1 (Thu), 2021
Retrace our Steps
Carlos Ayesta + Guillaume Bression Exhibition

A series of works by a young photographic unit combining documentary and art to examine the situation in the no-man’s land created by the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster.

Vol. 6: Apr. 2 (Fri) – Apr. 29 (Thu) 2021
D’un jour à l’autre
Sarah Moon Exhibition

A series of works on the theme of ‘the passage of time’ selected personally by Sarah Moon, who has long been recognized as one of the world’s leading women photographers.

Available on our website from Nov. 12