Fabienne Verdier Exhibition

Musée Unterlinden

Place Unterlinden
68000 COLMAR


+33(0)3 89 20 15 50

Opening time

Wednesday – Monday 9 am–6 pm
Tuesday closed

1st Thursday of the mounth 9 am–8 pm

Closed : 1.1., 1.5., 1.11., 25.12
24 & 31.12 9 am-4 pm

01.10.22 – 28.03.2023

The exhibition at the Musée Unterlinden dedicated to Fabienne Verdier in the fall of 2022 is a tailor-made project, in line with the museum’s collections, its architecture and with the current events of the Covid-19 pandemic that we have been through.
The installation proposed by Fabienne Verdier is also a plastic response to the wish of the architects Herzog & de Meuron to make the Unterlinden Museum, among others, a place of
contemplation and meditation in the heart of the city of Colmar.
The exhibition project will take place at the Musée Unterlinden, in three emblematic spaces : thetemporary exhibition room (new building Ackerhof), the Petite Maison (Gallery) and in the graphic arts cabinets of the Gallery, which will present the progression of his work, from his research on the darkness of night to that on the light of the stars.
Throughout the tour, a selection of works by Fabienne Verdier will also recall those of the ancient and modern collections of the Musée Unterlinden.
The exhibition will also find a possibility of transversality with the realization in January 2023, by Fabienne Verdier, of a new work in the contemporary art space André Malraux.
She will set up a temporary workshop there: the creative work will be filmed and broadcast on the screen of the museum’s Piscine, while the various stages of the realization of her work will be visible to the public at the Espace Malraux.

Curator of the exhibition : Frédérique Goerig-Hergott, conservatrice en chef
Exhibition assistant : Léa Rosenfeld

Photographies © Laura Stevens