The Sirens’ Stage. An exhibition by Etienne Chambaud in collaboration with critic Vincent Normand

The Sirens’ Stage is a multi-layered conceptual exhibition by Etienne Chambaud conceived in the framework of Vincent Normand’s project Permanent Exhibition, Temporary Collections.
The Sirens’ Stage is developed with Kadist Art Foundation in Paris and Nomas Foundation in Rome. The exhibition, interpreted in a different language almost simultaneously in each foundation, is based on mechanisms of writings and transcriptions. Translation should be considered both the medium and the shared language of the whole project.
The Sirens’ Stage is supported by The French Institute, London and CULTURESFRANCE. Media partner for London, Paris and Rome is this is tomorrow.

Opening reception: 18.03.2010, 7pm

Duration 19 March 2010 - 24 April 2010
Times Wednesday –Saturday, 2 - 7 pm
Cost Free
Venue David Roberts Art Foundation
Address 111 Great Titchfield Street London W1W 6RY, ,
Contact 44 (0)20 7637 0868 / /

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