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Discover the 20-21 season, ©Le Marais Mood

Confinement requires, the return to school will be uncertain. This should not prevent us from monitoring cultural news. Especially when it comes to that of the Carreau du Temple, for which here is the program.

♦ FORUM
Shortly after the start of the school year (which will take place on September 1st) the artistic and sports associations organize a forum over the course of a weekend. Saturday will be devoted to the choice of one's sporting and artistic practices; on Sunday, artists will be in the spotlight in the Carreau but also in several places in the Marais.
Saturday 5 & Sunday 6 September 2020

♦ CROSSINGS OF THE MARSH
Contemporary art, music, theater 
With Sophie Calle, Laurence Aëgerter and Johann Le Guillerm.
As part of the Les traversees du Marais festival, you will be able to attend the construction of LA TRANSUMANTE, the monumental architectural installation by Johann Le Guillerm and discover the sound works of visual artists Sophie Calle and Laurence Aëgerter.
Sunday 6 September 2020

Crossings of the Marais – Transumante, ©Philippe Cibille

♦ GUSTAVIA – LA RIBOT AND MATHILDE MONNIER
Dance
We do not forget that the Carreau du Temple is an important contemporary dance scene. The proof: Maria Ribot, one of the most charismatic performers in this field, questions the feminine in GUSTAVIA, with Mathilde Monnier. Which makes for a spectacle that is as comical as it is abrasive!
Wednesday 23 and Thursday 24 September 2020

Gustavia – La Ribot and Mathilde Monnier, ©Marc Coudrais

♦ FOOD TEMPLE
Gastronomy festival
At the start of each season we impatiently await the FOOD TEMPLE with its market, its brunches, its cooking workshops, its masterclasses. The fourth edition invites African cuisines and its stars such as Rougui Dia (ex Petrossian), Moulaye Fanny, Pierre Siewe, Fatou Meite etc. to our table.

As usual, the culinary festival promotes popular and healthy gastronomy, based on good products and is part of an eco-responsible approach.
Friday September 25 to Sunday September 27, 2020

♦ ALL WATER AND NOTHING BUT DROPS – CIE STRATES
Dance
When dancer Harris Gkekas, passionate about ancient Greek history, creates a choreography based on the myth of the Pythia with Clémence Dieny and Nathan Freyermuth, it pulsates!
The three dancers with eclectic backgrounds immerse themselves in a minimal and mysterious scenography.
Thursday, October 1, 2020

All the water and nothing but the drops, ©stephane bellocq

♦ CINECARO, programmer of the Cinéclub du Carreau du Temple, has selected six films from world cinema production for this season.
Six sessions with presentations from professionals who participated in the films: directors, actors, decorators, etc.

THE FILMS OF THE 2020-2021 SEASON
Tuesday October 6 2019 : Récréations de Claire Simon, 1998 (54 min) – Documentary
Tuesday, November 17th : Fires by Denis Villeneuve, 2010 (2h10) – Fiction
Tuesday 2 February 2021 : Border by Ali Abbassi, 2018 (1h50) – Fiction
Tuesday March 15th : Slaves of the seas by Joël Farges, 2009 (1h32) – Fiction
Tuesday 6 April 2021 : Another day of life by Raúl de la Fuente and Damian Nenow, 2018 (1h25) – Animated film / Documentary
Tuesday 11 May 2021 : Providence by Alain Resnais, 1977 (1h50) – Fiction

Cinema club, Recreation

♦ WHERE DOES THIS DESIRE COME FROM
Live Drama

Thibaud Croisy extends his questioning of the human body and carnal love in a macabre investigation.
The actor and director distills with Sophie Demeyer a surreal romance between two beings brought together by their fascination with corpses.
Thursday 8 and Friday 9 October 2020

♦ THE POWDER IN THE SQUARE: A WORD TO THE SCHOLARS
Meeting, conference

Two years after Present.es, Lauren Bastide, the creator of the feminist podcast La Poudre, gives a voice to scholars.
The journalist campaigning for gender equality welcomes researchers, sociologists, historians and economists who think about gender, race, class and sexuality.
Tuesday October 13, 2020 – Thursday November 19, 2020 – Thursday January 7, 2021 – Thursday February 4, 2021 – Monday March 8, 2021 – Thursday April 15, 2021 – Thursday May 27, 2021 – Thursday June 10, 2021

The Powder – Lauren Bastide, ©Franck Aubry

♦ GALLERISTS’ SHOW
Contemporary art, gallery shows

In 2020, Galeristes – the show for art lovers and committed gallery owners – is celebrating its fifth anniversary in the Carreau du Temple hall!
From Friday 23 to Sunday 25 October 2020

♦ THE SORBONNE MEETINGS
Under the direction of Marco Renzo Dell'Omodarme, lecturer, students managing projects or cultural establishments from the Sorbonne School of Arts are organizing a cycle of debates-conferences. During the coming year, they will consider the place of art in migratory experiences and flows.

Tuesday October 27 2020 : theme and guests to come
Tuesday, November 24th : theme and guests to come
Friday December 11 2020 : theme and guests to come
Monday 18 January 2021 : theme and guests to come
Monday February 8 2021 : theme and guests to come
Monday March 15 2021 : theme and guests to come

♦ SOOO POP, welcomes three artists from the French pop scene. A spotted and experienced artist and two young emerging artists, for 1h30 of unique live performances and intimate interviews led by singer Cléa Vincent.
Friday October 30, 2020, Friday January 29 and Friday April 2, 2021

♦ FLAME BACK
Screening, music
Serge Bromberg promises us a journey through time for adults and children to return to the time when cinema was a fairground attraction cobbled together by genius tinkerers.
A true enthusiast, Serge Bromberg is a one-man band: producer, director, actor, he narrates and accompanies on the piano in an unusual and magical show extremely rare old films, miraculously found in private cellars and attics.
Tuesday, November 3th

♦ INNER VOICES (MANIFESTO) – YVES MWAMBA
Dance
This manifesto tells of dreams stifled in brutality.
We are talking here about the absence of running water, electricity for all, protection, education, free (and not rigged) voting, the forced enlistment of children in the army or to find raw material.
This makes sense when we know that Yves Mwamba comes from the Democratic Republic of Congo, a country with significant reserves of lithium, gold, diamonds, copper, ivory, copal, etc.
The artist, accompanied on stage by Rébecca Kabugho and Pytshens Kambilo, here pays tribute to the activism of a pacifist and determined youth.
Friday 13 and Saturday 14 November 2020

♦ I’M GOING BACK ON THE STRAIGHT PATH – SYLVAIN RIÉJOU / ASSOCIATION CLICHÉ
Dance
Sylvain Riéjou is courageous, even reckless. When he wants to question nudity – in a false conference and a real choreography – the dancer bares himself directly but with a few – thin – subterfuges. We had seen his work after a residency at Le Carreau and had learned a nice lesson in destitution and modesty.
Thursday 3 and Friday 4 December 2020

♦ DINNER – JULIA PERAZZINI / CIE DEVON
Dance
When the exceptional actress, ventriloquist and transformist Julia Perazzini converses with her deceased brother, she fills the room with her powerful vital force to evoke our fear of death.
Thursday 3 and Friday 4 December 2020

The Supper, ©D.Thébert

♦ THE BIENNIAL 1.618
Salon
At the border of the exhibition and the trade fair, the Biennale 1.618 presents the best of the high-end and responsible art of living.
From Friday 4 to Sunday 6 December 2020

♦ BERMUDAS – CIE MK / MICHELE DI STEFANO
Dance
Perpetual movements and an enigmatic poetry carried by dancer-performers, this produces an intense composition.
Wednesday 9 and Thursday 10 December 2020

Bermudas, ©Andrea Macchia

♦ THE PROMISES OF UNCERTAINTY – CIE MOOST
Circus arts, theater, dance

Dance, theater and circus mixed with the cosmic sounds of Raphael Raccuia take us into the high-voltage performance of Marc Oosterhoff.
Wednesday 16 and Thursday 17 December 2020

♦ ENTERTAINED LIED – MAUD BLANDEL FEAT. MAYA MASS
Music, dance

Mozart as the starting point for a piece developed by choreographer Maud Blandel, performed by dancer Maya Masse.
Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 January 2021

Entertained Lied, ©Gregory Batardon

♦ ON THE TILE – YVES-NOËL GENOD
Music, dance

Le Carreau du Temple allows director Yves-Noël Genod to live a fantasy, create a show and perform it in the 1 m800 of the Hall in daylight.
This funny zebra who develops a theater full of poetry and without any artifice – or almost – will create here a performance marked by joy and casualness for a hundred amateur dancers.
Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 January 2021

♦EVERYBODY
Meeting, workshop, festival, screening, contemporary art, dance, sport

New festival initiated by Carreau du Temple which questions the place of the body in our contemporary society.
From Friday 12 to Wednesday 17 February 2021

♦ ABERRATION – CIE L’ANTHRACITE
Dance

Inspired by the pictorial universe of Kandinsky, Emmanuel Aggermont installs white bodies on a white background among white objects.
This research, begun in 2017, produces an optical aberration made up of very rich geometric and chromatic distortions.
Wednesday March 10 and Thursday March 11, 2021

Aberration, ©Jihyé Jung

♦ CONCORDAN(S)E FESTIVAL
Theater, Dance

Concordan(s)e's trademark is to provoke unique encounters between a choreographer and a writer then to disseminate the works written by four hands. For this latest edition, the Festival invites duos who have marked its career to present their original creation, or to revisit it with a new gesture.
► Duration: 35 minutes per performance

     ◊ Xamûma fane lay dëm (I don't know where I'm going)
     Amala Dianor: choreographer
Denis Lachaud: writer

     ◊ Incognito
Fabrice Lambert: choreographer
Gaëlle Obiégly: writer

Tuesday March 15th

Concordan(s)e – F.Lambert & G. Obiegly, ©Delphine Micheli

♦ DRAWING NOW ART FAIR
Contemporary art, living room

In 2021, the Carreau du Temple will host Drawing Now Art Fair, the first contemporary art fair in Europe exclusively devoted to drawing. Come and enjoy a panorama of drawing from the last fifty years!
From Wednesday 24 to Sunday 28 March 2021

♦ URBAN ART FAIR
Contemporary art, living room

The unmissable urban art market event celebrates its fifth anniversary at Carreau du Temple from Thursday April 8 to Sunday April 11, 2021! An overview of different trends, the event is aimed at beginners as well as enthusiasts. Always punctuated by installations, meetings and performances, the show will once again expand its live programming this year.
From Thursday 8 to Sunday 11 April 2021

Urban Art Fair, ©Anaïs Costet

♦ EYE KLIN
Fashion and design, living room

Fashion, decoration, children, beauty, well-being, accessories, jewelry... Finding a breath of lightness, creativity and sharing this spring 2021 with the DIY selections and workshops offered by Klin d'Œil feels good!
Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 April 2021

♦ YIN – CIE MONAD / CYRILLE HUMEN & VAN-KIM TRAN
Circus arts, dance, highlights

Two virtuosos of dervish dancing and juggling brought together for the sole purpose of leading us into choreographed hypnosis.
Tuesday April 27 and Wednesday April 28, 2021

YIN, ©Emmanuelle Tricoire

♦ SORRY, BOYS – MARTA CUSCUNÀ
circus arts

Based on an American news story where eighteen young girls decided to get pregnant at the same time and raise their children together without the fathers, Marta Cuscunà paints a contemporary portrait of feminism and new masculinities. With humor and lightness, Sorry, Boys denounces a society where patriarchy is king and calls for a humanist surge.
From Tuesday 4 to Thursday 6 May 2021

Sorry, boys, @Daniele Borghello

♦ EIGHTEEN – THIERRY MICOUIN
Dance

“Eighteen” evokes the father-daughter relationship through the experiences of Thierry Micouin and that of his daughter Ilana, both dancers and brought together on stage for a subtle duet. Both dialogue and dance, the piece revisits the history of contemporary dance, skillfully mixing intimacy and great history. A superb declaration of love to the profession of dancer.
Wednesday May 19 and Thursday May 20, 2021

Eighteen, ©César Vayssié

♦ ENTROPY – LÉO LÉRUS
Dance

For those who do not know the musicality of Gwo-Ka and the dance of the same name which accompanies it, Léo Lérus brings to their knowledge Léwòz. This heady and dazzling musical language of African origin was born during the slave trade, mainly played with drums.
Friday 4 and Saturday 5 June 2021

Entropy – Léo Lérus, ©Céline Croze

♦ JOGGING
Festival, contemporary art, dance, sport
A week in July will be dedicated to sports to prepare Parisians for the 2024 Olympic Games.
Between art and sport, JOGGING aims to inspire those who throw themselves wholeheartedly into the adventure of the Olympics.
Exhibitions, shows, workshops, video installations, this first edition pays particular attention to new board sports in Africa.
We ride for Africa, the famous Ghanaian club for the empowerment and emancipation of women through skateboarding and artistic workshops, will be there.
With Sandy Alibo & the Surf Ghana collective, Davis Ansah, Liz Gomis, Christophe Haleb, Marion Lévy, Yard, YoBird! Agency…
From Sunday July 11 to Saturday July 17, 2021

♦ ENTROPIC NOW – LA ZOUZE / COMPAGNIE CHRISTOPHE HALEB
Screening, dance

It is a precious ode to youth offered by Christophe Haleb, his company LA ZOUZE and the twenty teenage performers spotted on the concrete of major cities around the world.
Sunday July 11 and Monday July 12, 2021

♦ ROLLERDANCE
Dance, sports

On July 14 you will need to warm up your skates! The large Halle du Carreau du Temple is transformed into a roller dance floor for a unique evening of sliding.
Tuesday 14 July 2021

Text: Katia Barillot
24.08.20

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