Prix Marcel Duchamp 2016 Centre POMPIDOU
13/10/2016 > 30/01/2017
The artists Kader Attia, Yto Barrada, Ulla von Brandenburg, and Barthélémy Toguo have been announced as the nominees for the 2016 Prix Marcel Duchamp. The shortlist was announced by the selection committee of the French art prize—formed by 11 collectors from the Association for the International Diffusion of French Art (ADIAF). Les quatre artistes nommé pour le Prix Marcel Duchamp 2016 : Kader Attia,Ulla von Brandenburg,Barthélémy Toguo,Yto Barrada. A partir du 11 octobre 2016, les quatre artistes nommés seront présentés au Centre Pompidou .Yto Barrada will present Objets indociles (supplément à la vie de Thérèse ) -Unruly Objects (Suite for Thérèse)
YTO BARRADA - M-Museum - Leuven
29/09/2016 > 17/01/2016
Curators: Stéphane Symons, Hilde Van Gelder, Eva Wittocx . Why does the rich world have such an appetite for exotic objects such as prehistoric remains? Do they differentiate between authenticity and tradition? Yto Barrada’s (°1971, Paris/Tanger) photos, films and installations meditate on this duality in Moroccan history. Fossils, children’s games or the ethnographic museum are just a few of the themes that she connects in her work. At M she is presenting a selection of recent works along with her latest film Faux Départ, and the new installation Salon Géologique.
YTO BARRADA - The Sample Book - SECESSION Wien
8/09/2016 > 1er/11/2016
Yto Barrada’s exhibition The Sample Book presents a new body of work that builds on the artist’s recent major cycle Faux Guide and her study of fossils in Morocco.
Yto BARRADA - FAUX GUIDE - The Power Plant - Toronto
15/01/2016 > 2/01/2017
The Power Plant will present a solo exhibition of Yto Barrada featuring her new body of work Faux Guide, in which the artist explores the Moroccan fossil and mineral trade. CURATOR: CAROLIN KÖCHLING - ©Toni Hafkenscheid
The Mapping Journey Project. Solo exhibition. MoMA, Museum of Modern Art, New York.
9/04/2016 > 18/10/2016
This exhibition presents, the complete set of eight videos produced from 2008 to 2011 - Bouchra Khalili’s The Mapping Journey Project (2008–11). Organized by Stuart Comer, Chief Curator, with Giampaolo Bianconi, Curatorial Assistant, Department of Media and Performance Art