In 1956, the French artists Gil J. Wolman and Guy Debord proposed a guide to détournement, re-
International ongoing exhibitions
détour presents selected works from the collection of the Frac Bretagne in Rennes, France. In addition to Gil J. Wolman’s 1960s collages of torn, varnished photographs and scrawled texts, the exhibition includes Raymond Hains’ photographs of signs found in rural villages, Vera Molnar’s computer-
Artists: Basel Abbas & Ruanne Abou-
Curated by Chris Clarke.
The Frac (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain) Bretagne, founded in 1981 by the National Government and the Brittany Regional Council, is a leading art institution in the western region of France. Since 2012, it has been located in a building designed by French architect Odile Decq in Beauregard park in Rennes. The Glucksman is a partner with GSCAPS (Creative Approaches to Public Space), a new graduate school developed by Rennes 2 University, and we are proud to further deepen our links with the Brittany Region through this collaboration with FRAC Bretagne and continue the historic and contemporary connections that exist between our two regions.
détour is supported by Erasmus+, the Arts Council of Ireland, University College Cork, and Frac Bretagne, Rennes, France.
Exhibition 28 July -
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Isabelle Arthuis, L’Eclipse 1 (Randonneurs), 1999. Photographie sur aluminium. Collection Frac Bretagne © Isabelle Arthuis.