Julie Maroh, author of the highly acclaimed comic strip Blue is a Warm Colour, is seizing the CAPC with the illustrator Maya Mihindou, and presenting a new opus: the exhibition Procession.
Procession is a visual narrative occupying 11,000 square feet, which plunges visitors into a story of conflict and cohabitation, based as much on a unprecedented presentation of works from the CAPC collection as on drawings connecting them (stencils, tags, mini frescoes, graffiti, enlarged drawings, etc.). The exhibition takes artworks hostage whilst becoming a gigantic comic strip illustration. It weaves the web of a social and political story whose characters—emotion-characters—question our perception of the Other, as well as the museum’s capacity to invite visitors to follow a story put together from scratch.
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