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Le FRAC Bourgogne : une histoire, une évolution
Les Bains du Nord • 21000 Dijon
+33 (0)3 80 67 18 18
History began for the Frac Bourgogne collection in 1984 when works by sixteen French and international artists were acquired, including Christian Boltanski, Bertrand Lavier, Michel Verjux, Gloria Friedmann, Tony Cragg, Gerhard Richter, Gottfried Honegger and Richard Long.
The Frac Bourgogne collection now has 650 works by 260 artists. It is an open collection that is as diverse aesthetically as in the mediums represented. In parallel to the constant focus on cutting-edge creation, monographic sets about artists or art scenes are also formed. Likewise, through its collection the Frac Bourgogne is committed to installing contemporary art throughout the region on a permanent basis.
In 1986 the Frac Bourgogne was one of the first to have a specific exhibition space. To mark its thirtieth anniversary it had a new permanent exhibition space in the regional capital, “Les Bains du Nord,” aiming for a regular rotation of pieces from the collection.
Exhibitions presented in this venue provide an opportunity for interpretation and discovery.
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