Opening weekend 2024


From 2 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. · Exhibition with free access, free and open to all

With the presence of exhibited artists

As part of the Focus on Ukraine, Circulation(s) offers a multi-faceted program to discover the vitality of Ukrainian creation. From photography to music and food tastings, the opening weekend will be dedicated to discovering the young artists of this territory.


  • Screenings cycle (Atelier 7)

From 2pm to 6 pm · Projections of photographic series. Continue your visit to the Ukraine focus by immersing yourself in the work of other emerging artists from the Ukraine. Throughout the day, photographic and audio series will be shown in Atelier 7.

2.30 pm to 3 pm // 3.30 pm to 4 pm · Screening of the documentary The Darker the Night, the Brighter the Stars, directed by Glauco Canalis. The artist explores the youth culture of the Neapolitan district of Torretta, through the Cippo di Sant’Antonio, a traditional bonfire festival.


  • Meetings and book signings (Atelier 5)

2:30 pm to 4:00 pm · Take advantage of the artists’ presence to leave with a signed copy of their books related to the series on show or previous works.


  • Performed readings (Atelier 5)

4pm and 6pm · Faced with his series Croupir dans la chaleur des autres [Withering in the Heat of Others], artist Quentin Fromont creates a performance reading. The author’s reading of the text is accompanied by images and sounds to create a performance that brings his prints to life.


  • Performative DJ sets · TYSK Expérience (Atelier 7)

4.30pm and 6.30pm · Discover the Ukrainian art scene through its musical creation. The TYSK duo (Oleksandr Pervukhin and Anton Nazarko) offer an audiovisual experience between dj set and performance.

In 2023, TYSK, in collaboration with the Somepeople community, launched a series of audiovisual art performances in major Ukrainian and European cities. More than a concert or performance, TYSK. Experience aims to be a real experience that people will live and remember.

This experience is designed to make this anxious period a little easier and calmer. Performances took place in Kharkiv, Dnipro, Zaporizhzhia, Kyiv and Odessa in December, and in Ivano-Frankivsk, Uzhhorod and Lviv in January. “TYSK. Expérience” also brought the project to Warsaw, Berlin and London in February. The project was presented at the Cultural Center of the Ukrainian Embassy in France.


  • Ukrainian food tasting (Halle Aubervilliers)

12pm to 5pm · For this day dedicated to Ukraine, a foodtruck will set up in the exhibition to introduce us to the delights of the country. From savory to sweet, with borscht, shuba salad, varenyky and makivnyk, enjoy a variety of starters, main courses and desserts during your visit.


  • Off the walls exhibition

Opening of Tom Kleinberg‘s Forgotten in the Dark exhibition. Visit in the presence of the artist from 5pm to 5:45pm.

Located a stone’s throw from the CENTQUATRE-PARIS, in the Bibliothèque Claude Lévi-Strauss, this off-site exhibition features an augmented scenography and never-before-seen images by one of the festival’s artists. This year, Tom Kleinberg’s series will be on view until June 1. Forgotten in the Dark explores the ballroom and queer community between Seoul and Paris.

Bibliothèque Claude Lévi-Strauss, 41 avenue de Flandre, 75019 Paris




From 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. · Exhibition on ticket office

With the presence of exhibited artists