The Film & Video exhibitions program at the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is permanently committed to contemporary artistic practices associated with the moving image.
Through her film-
International ongoing exhibitions
Originally trained as an anthropologist, Hugonnier uses documentary and fiction strategies that intermingle with one another. While this idea is emphasised by the artwork’s potential to operate as a “report“, as the title of this exhibition suggests, the space in which the artist carries out her investigations can be considered a field both in the sense of a physical and an imaginary research ground. Central to the exhibition is Meadow Report (2021), a depiction of the famed Giverny Gardens where the French impressionist Claude Monet constructed a living environment and painted his celebrated Water Lilies in the last decades of his life, while progressively losing his sight to cataracts. Hugonnier installed her camera in the middle of the lake at dusk, searching for an other-
In the gallery’s anteroom, the large-
Marine Hugonnier was born in Paris and she is currently based in London. Her work has been has been exhibited internationally, including solo presentations at Jeu de Paume in Paris, Villa Romana in Florence, Kunstverein Brauschweig, Die Tankstelle Berlin, Konsthall Malmö, and at the 52nd Venice Biennale of Art. Her works are also part of numerous public collections, such as Arts Council England; Fundaçao Serralves, Porto; Fondazione Sandretto Rebaudengo, Turin; FNAC-
Curated by Manuel Cirauqui.
Exhibition 24 October 2023 -
The making of the film Meadow Report, Giverny, France, 2021. © Marine Hugonnier, 2021.
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