The Fondation Louis Vuitton presents a new exhibition of its collection centered on its Popist and Music /Sound lines for which Ziad Antar has his video work La Marche Turque on display. The first axis, Popist, centres on works that testify the ongoing interest of artists for objects and images that since the advent of the consumer society, are being vehicled by advertising, television, cinema and the internet. The artists presented are: Jennifer Allora & Guillermo Calzadilla, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Mohamed Bourouissa, Gilbert & George, Andreas Gursky, Bertrand Lavier, Adam McEwen, Michel Majerus, Christian Marclay, Philippe Parreno, Richard Prince, Sturtevant and Andy Warhol.
The second axis, Music/Sound presents work in the form of environments, sculptures and video. Be it symphonic, popular, choral or instrumental, music is integral to the work of the artists presented. The artists presented are: Marina Abramovic, Pilar Albarracín, Ziad Antar, Ulla von Brandenburg, John Cage, Rineke Dijkstra, Cyprien Gaillard, Douglas Gordon, Mark Leckey, Philippe Parreno, Jaan Toomik, and Hannah Weinberger. The display culminates with a presentation of works by Thomas Schütte and of the commissioned work by Cerith Wyn Evans.