MARCH — JUNE 2014
Aimed at Secondary Education and Baccalaureate students
Between March and September CA2M will host an exhibition on Punk, one of the most important cultural expressions of the 20th century that still resonates in the 21st century. This exhibition aims at revealing the traces left by Punk in the work of many contemporary artists. These traces are sometimes formal (use of punk music or punk graphic and iconic references by artists like Sarah Lucas or Aida Luilova), but they can also be emotional (a manifestation of a debt to Punk’s influence like in Pepo Salazar’s works). Other traces underline the relevance of Punk’s attitudes and ideas. Nihilism, denial, transgression, sexuality and transsexuality, gender and transgender, even do-it-yourself are attitudes that not only we can find in artists ranging from Joan Morey to Gelitin, Brice Dellsperger and Jordi Colomer, but that also make up a way to understand cultural practice, art and life challenges deeply rooted in Punk. Starting from these premises, we will invite students and teachers to go deep into the world of Punk.
30 students maximum
Youth program sponsored by