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Antoine Boutet

Le Plein Pays
09.25.09 - 10.18.09
Exhibition — Muséum d'histoire naturelle

Le plein pays
Director : Antoine Boutet
With the support of the CNC, the SCAM and the Conseil Général du Lot
Production : Red Star Cinema / Dard Association
Duration : 56 min
© Antoine Boutet

Le plein pays
Director : Antoine Boutet
With the support of the CNC, the SCAM and the Conseil Général du Lot
Production : Red Star Cinema / Dard Association
Duration : 56 min
© Antoine Boutet

Born in 1968.

Lives and works in Paris.

 

 As an artist and film-maker, his productions include documentary film,experimental video and video-installation. At the invitation of Martine Cousin, director of the Ateliers des Arques where he was in residence in 2005, he is be presenting Le plein pays in the Auditorium at the Museum of Natural History. This film tells the tale of the out-of-time experience of Jean-Marie, a self-taught artist on the fringe of modern society, affected by human misery and the definitive loss of a perfect world.

Artist and director, his productions include documentary, experimental video and video-installation. By invitation of Martine Cousin, Director of the Ateliers des Arques, he is presenting Le Plein Pays, a narrative of the timeless experience of Jean-Marie, a  self-taught artist living on the fringes of society.

 

Projections at 2.30pm, 3.40pm and 4.50pm on 25, 26, 27 and 30 September and 1, 3, 4, 7, 8, 10 and 11 October.
Continuous evening projections on 25 – 26 September and 2 October from 6pm to 10.15pm.

 

A proposition by Martine Cousin, director at the Ateliers des Arques