François Lelong

Autumn 2020

Deyrolle (Paris, France)
Solo exhibition

June – july – August 2020

« The reindeer ghost »
Minjasafn Austurlands / East Iceland Heritage Museum (Egilsstaðir, Iceland)
Residency and solo exhibition

June-July 2019

« 14-18, Fragments and War dusts »
Art and History exhibitions : François Lelong « Fragments », and Pays d’art et d’histoire Monts et Barrages « Poussières de guerre ».
Eymoutiers town hall (Haute-Vienne/France), from 29th june to 14th july (except Sunday 7th july), 2.00 - 5.00 pm.

April 2019

Residency at Skriðuklaustur, Cultural and historic centre / Gunnar Gunnarsson Institute (Fljótsdalur, Iceland).
Exhibition from 6th to 27th april 2019.

November 2018

« Guère, regards d'artistes contemporains sur la Grande Guerre », group exhibition at Le quARTier, from 9th to 24th november 2018.

Le quARTier, sentier des Arts, rue Claude Monet, 59970 Fresnes-sur-Escaut (France). Opening from Tuesday to Friday, 8.30 -16.30 (free entrance).

October 2018

Invited artist by the philosopher Philippe Grosos to the conference « A different time, a different place: prehistorians, historians, ethnologists and philosophers in the presence of prehistoric works ».
The conference will take place in Poitiers (France), October 17th, 18th and 19th, at UFR Sciences Humaines et Arts Hôtel Berthelot, and Musée Sainte-Croix (informations and program on Poitiers University website).

July/august 2018

« Hreindýradraugur / The reindeer ghost »
Solo exhibition at Húsavík museum (Iceland).

With the support of University of Iceland's Institute of Research Centre and East Iceland Nature Research Centre

October 2017

Stevens Point sculpture park, Wisconsin / USA.

2017

Yearly residency at Ateliers de la Halle (Arras, France).

November 2016

Contribution to « Quoi de neuf au Moyen Âge ? »(« what’s up in Middle Age ? »), catalogue of the annual exhibition at Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie (october 2016/august 2017) (Paris/France)
Co-publishing Cité des Sciences et de l’industrie & La Martinière (2016)
Scientific curator : Isabelle Catteddu, Inrap (National institute for preventive archaeological research).

April/may 2016

Residency at Fjúk Arts Center Húsavík, Iceland).