Le Capc : 40 ans sur les chapeaux de roues

Blain, Fran├žoise-Aline
April 2013
Beaux Arts Magazine;avr2013, Issue 346, p131
The article presents information on the history of the museum of contemporary art Capc located in Bordeaux, France, on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of its creation. Topics include the international fame that the museum experienced under the direction of Jean-Louis Froment in the 1980s, details on its rich collection, and information on artists Allan Kaprow, Markus Schinwald and Sylvia Sleigh.


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