Art by Translation


11.08.18The Tyranny of Distance
An exhibition between Esba TALM Angers and Tinflats, Los Angeles From Thursday November 8 to Friday November 30
Openings on Thursday, November 8, 6-9pm UTC+2 in Angers and PST in Los Angeles.

In Los Angeles, at Tin Flats 1989 Blake Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90039 Opening hours Friday - Saturday & Monday - Tuesday, 12-6pm and by appointment

In Angers, at Galerie Thézé, Esba TALM, 72 rue Bressigny. 49100 Angers, France Opening hours Monday-Friday 10am-6pm.

Curator’s walk-through at 7:30pm, performances by Sharon Kulik, Pierre Paulin, live installation by Mel Bochner, diner by Julie Fortier and Fabien Vallos.

With A Constructed World, Roland Baladi, Dominique Blais, Mel Bochner, Julie Fortier, David Horvitz, Sharon Kulik, David Lamelas, Emily Mast, Pierre Paulin, Joshua Schwebel, Mieko Shiomi, Art by Translation participants (FLAX residents): Lila Athanasiadou, Jasmin Blasco, Daniel Frota, Jeff Guess, Slow Reading Club.

Curators: Maud Jacquin, Anna Milone, Sébastien Pluot
01.05.18Call for Application 2018 - 2019
Art by Translation is open to four artists and curators seeking to further their research through a postgraduate program dedicated to translation in the arts.

Application deadline: January 26, 2018

The ten short-listed candidates will be auditioned by a jury on February 9, 2018
Applications and questions are to be sent to the following email:

work in progress