Pollution
Opening on September 15 at 6:30 pm. An exhibition from September 16 to November 18. From Wednesday to Saturday from 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm, with a guided tour on Saturday at 3:00 pm. The exhibition is visible in the center of art Madeleine-Lambert, which is located in the Maison du Peuple located 12 rue Eugène-Péloux, 69200 Vénissieux. To contact them please call: 04 72 50 89 10 / 04 72 21 44 44 or write : artsplastiques@ville-venissieux.fr  or www.villevenissieux.fr/arts_plastiques And to get there take the Metro D or Tram T4 and get off at Vénissieux station. Then take the bus 93 direction Saint -Fons stop Langvin or the bus C12 stop Les Marronniers. This exhibition is in resonance with the Biennale de Lyon 2017 in the Focus program.
Chambéry d’amis, season 2 an exhibition of Delphine Coindet and Niek van de Steeg
This exhibition took place at the "5th left" in Chambéry until June. It is reopened in a new place "9th left". Norbert Duffort and Martine Buissart proposed to design a second version of the exhibition in their new apartment located on the 9th floor of the Clos Savoiroux building, known as "the boat", listed as a 20th century heritage site. This exhibition was opened on September 24th and will remain visible until the end of March 2018. If you want to visit it, contact Norbert Duffort directly by mail. Or go 6 Boulevard de Lémenc 9th left intercom buissart-duffort, it's better to phone before 06 89 23 75 11

 

The publication The house of Raw Matter follows the publication of 15 deluxe editions made during the exhibitions at the Art Centers "Le Lait" at the Moulins Albigeois in Albi and "Art3" in Valence, in 2012.
For this draw, Niek van de Steeg intensifies this epic on the subject of the raw matter, with the addition of a fourth portrait, that of a fisherman, Cédric Giroud whose history is linked to a viscous synthetic oil detected in the Rhone river, polychlorobiphenyl, commonly known as PCB. French format: 21 x 26 cm, 36 pages printed in four color processed by two metal points. English version.
Drawn to 500 copies. ISBN: 978-2-9533912-5-1 On sale soon on the site of the presses of the real and on the site of the editor Captures Editions