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Natacha Nisic

September 15 to September 22

Un geste
Single video channel 0’25”

September 8 to September 15

A Promise

September 1 to September 8

Format of Memory

August 18 to August 31

Fin de partie

August 4 to August 11

Invisible Guest, Video HD, 1’11”

July 28 to August 4

Malakoff, July 14th, 59″

July 21 to July 28

I wish, 1’36”

July 14 to July 21

Holiday Camp

July 7 to July 14

Nous marchons dans la campagne, le soleil est radieux et l’air frais. Les mouettes nous indiquent que la mer est si proche. Nous avançons dans le paysage en silence. La nature nous regarde, semblant ne pas partager notre inquiétude, au contraire. Tout semble si parfait et immuable.

We walk in the countryside, the sun is shining and the air is fresh. The seagulls remind us that the sea is so close. We walk through the landscape in silence. Nature looks at us, pretending not to share our concern, on the contrary. Everything seems so perfect and unchanging.



June 30 to July 7

Mémoire intérieure – Inner memory

June 23 to June 30

           Selfportrait in the countryside


                  Sixty days to forget how to breathe

June 16 to June 23

La vie n’est qu’une expérience – Camps de Rivesaltes






June 2 to June 9



May 26 to June 2

Waste Lands – Oklahoma City, Usa. February 2020


May 19 to May 26

Waves of shock – Oklahoma Museum, Usa. February 2020


May 12 to May 18

Wall Thoughts



May 5 to May 12

Eternity 3 – Super 8 on video

April 28 to May 5

Eternity 2 – Super 8 on video

April 21 to April 28

Eternity 1 – Super 8 on video

Natacha Nisic is a French artist and film maker. She initiated the Project “Crown Letter”.

Natacha Nisic’s work explores the invisible, even magical relationship between images, words, interpretation, symbol and ritual. Her  work questions the nature of the image through various media: Super 8, 16MM, video, photography and drawing.  For Arte channel, she directed “Andrea’s Sky” (2014) and “Rather Die than Die” (2018) on the First World War and the German art historian Aby Warburg. She has created the Children’s Memorial at the Shoah Memorial in Paris and is working on issues of representation of extreme violence.

Her recent shows include the Centre Pompidou, the Top Museum Tokyo , Media City Biennale in Seoul, Bienal de la Imagen en movement in Buenos Aires, Munfret in Buenos Aires,  Hermès Foundation in Seoul (2012), K21 in Düsseldorf, Metropolitan Museum of Photography in Tokyo, British Film Institute, London.


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