Triangle-Astérides is a contemporary art centre with a national interest label (since 2021) and an artists' residency, based since 1994 at the Friche la Belle de Mai, where it carries out missions of general interest for artists and a wide range of audiences.

Triangle-Astérides is a contemporary art centre with a national interest label (since 2021) and an artists' residency, based since 1994 at the Friche la Belle de Mai, where it carries out missions of general interest for artists and a wide range of audiences.

Programme

Aline Bouvy, Le prix du ticket, 2024. Image : Aurélien Mole. Triangle-Astérides, centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national en co-production avec La Ferme du Buisson, centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national et la SCIC Friche la Belle de Mai, et en partenariat avec Kultur | Lx et le Ministère de la Culture du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg.
Aline Bouvy, Le prix du ticket, 2024. Image : Aurélien Mole. Triangle-Astérides, centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national en co-production avec La Ferme du Buisson, centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national et la SCIC Friche la Belle de Mai, et en partenariat avec Kultur | Lx et le Ministère de la Culture du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg.
Aline Bouvy, Le prix du ticket, 2024. Image : Aurélien Mole. Triangle-Astérides, centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national en co-production avec La Ferme du Buisson, centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national et la SCIC Friche la Belle de Mai, et en partenariat avec Kultur | Lx et le Ministère de la Culture du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg.
Aline Bouvy, Le prix du ticket, 2024. Image : Aurélien Mole. Triangle-Astérides, centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national en co-production avec La Ferme du Buisson, centre d’art contemporain d’intérêt national et la SCIC Friche la Belle de Mai, et en partenariat avec Kultur | Lx et le Ministère de la Culture du Grand-Duché de Luxembourg.

Ticket price, Aline Bouvy

This is artist Aline Bouvy's first institutional solo show in France, co-designed and co-produced with the Ferme du Buisson art centre, where it will be presented this autumn (from 6 October 2024 to 26 January 2025). Its title, Le prix du ticket, plays on the double meaning of the word price: it refers both to what the public has to pay materially to enter an amusement park, with whose expectations and standards Aline Bouvy's installation plays; but also on a symbolic level to what it costs, what we have to sacrifice.

A white structure placed on the Friche la Belle de Mai building, the space and the name of Panorama evoke for Aline Bouvy the architecture of amusement parks and theme parks, as well as the ephemeral constructions of major international exhibitions. At Panorama, Aline Bouvy imagines an environment in which anxiety would be provoked by an excess of white (the colour of the box itself, both inside and out), echoing the codes of the "white cube" as well as those of chic, minimalist and chromophobic interiors. Through sculpture, costumes and a choral performance - all previously unpublished works - the exhibition will evoke the anxiety aroused by the supposed neutrality of a white that is almost too white, implying a certain ordering of the world.

CLAUDE EIGAN © Margot Montigny, Pissed, 2021
CLAUDE EIGAN © Margot Montigny, Pissed, 2021
Cécile Bouffard, Rain chains (Happy together, Wander on desire) - collab. Eileen Myles, 2023. Vue de l’exposition Hors de la nuit des normes, hors de l'énorme ennui, Palais de Tokyo, 19.10.23 – 07.01.24. Courtesy
Cécile Bouffard, Rain chains (Happy together, Wander on desire) - collab. Eileen Myles, 2023. Vue de l’exposition Hors de la nuit des normes, hors de l'énorme ennui, Palais de Tokyo, 19.10.23 – 07.01.24. Courtesy

Hymn to the moray eels

An exhibition curated by Mathilde Belouali, with : Fabienne Audéoud, Flo*Souad Benaddi, Cécile Bouffard, Pauline L. Boulba, Claude Eigan, Monsieur Gustave, Aminata Labor, Ingrid Luche, Béatrice Lussol, Bruno Pélassy; in collaboration with Les Capucins, centre d'art contemporain, Ville d'Embrun

To mark its thirtieth anniversary, Triangle-Astérides is teaming up with Les Capucins in Embrun to work on the essential and little-known places and intermediary figures that shape artistic scenes and genealogies outside the dominant capitals, institutions and narratives, in the past as in the present. Based around the Vigna gallery, which was active in Nice between 1998 and 2002, and was the forerunner of the lgbt second-hand bookshop that still exists in the same location, the exhibition is a collective, subjective, intergenerational and multi-entry biography.

Access

Triangle-Astérides
Centre d’art contemporain d'intérêt national et résidence d'artistes
Friche la Belle de Mai
41, rue Jobin
13003 Marseille
+33 (0)4 95 04 96 11
triangle-asterides.org

Triangle-Astérides exhibitions take place in the Friche la Belle de Mai.
Entrance via the ticket office on the first floor of the Friche.

Office hours:

  • Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
  • Studio visits by appointment

Exhibitions open :

  • Wednesday to Friday, 2pm to 7pm.
  • Saturday to Sunday, 1pm to 7pm.

How to get there?
• By bus: n° 49 from "Réformés-Canebière", stop at "Belle de Mai la Friche"
• By walk: From the train station: Take the backdoor of St Charles Station, then left on rue Honorat and walk straight for 10mn.
• By car: 5 min from the exit "Gare St Charles" on A7

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CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERIES

Double V Gallery : The trendy contemporary art gallery in Marseille. (Marseille)
Galerie Béa-Ba : A hub for contemporary painting. (Marseille)

CULTURE & HERITAGE

Friche La Belle de mai : An arts and culture factory and a living place. (Marseille)
Coco Velten : A place for working and encounters with a collaborative cultural programme. (Marseille)
Fotokino : Exhibitions, screenings, workshops and conferences. (Marseille)

TO DISCOVER

Lucy Luce : the workshop-boutique of a jewelry designer and organic sculptures. (Marseille)
JoggingJogging : concept et fashion store. (Marseille)

BOAT TRIP

Le Don du Vent : Boat rental and private boat services. (Marseille)

PLACES TO STAY

Les Bords de Mer : Mini-refuge, maxi-vue : 19 bedrooms facing the big blue. (Marseille)
Hôtel Le Ryad : Well located at the top of la Canebière in the city center. (Marseille)
La Résidence du Vieux Port : 4-star hotel with a retro decor, inspired by Le Corbusier and Pouillon. (Marseille)
Tuba Club : A restyled former diving club in the Goudes district. 5 bedrooms and a restaurant with a breathtaking view of the Calanques. (Marseille)

PLACES TO EAT

Sépia : Seasonal cooking. Covered terrace and view of the city. (Marseille)
La Parenthèse : Terrace with tapas to share in a quiet alley of La Vieille Chapelle district. (Marseille)
Chez Yassine : Tunisian halal specialties. A must-go of Eastern cuisine in the Noailles district. (Marseille)
Yima: A family Eastern canteen in the Noailles district. (Marseille)
Toïa : For the ceviche lovers, a tasty cuisine made with fresh and seasonal products. (Marseille)
La cantine de Lynn : A delicious small restaurant, home cooking and a welcoming atmosphere. (Marseille)

WINE BARS & GROCERY

Les Buvards : An excellent selection of natural wines and healthy products in this natural wine bar pioneer in Marseille. (Marseille)
Épicerie L’Idéal : Fresh goat cheese, Camargue lamb, an excellent selection of products from the Mediterranean Basin to take away and meals to eat in. (Marseille)
Maison Geney : Canteen, delicatessen and tearoom with homemade products, a simple and generous cooking in the Panier district. (Marseille)