L'ensemble des articles ayant pour mot clé : exhibition

Comment exposer les sciences humaines et sociales ?

Jean-Nicolas Fauchille | 12.07.2017

The article is based on two debates, in the context of the 2017 printanières of EspacesTemps.net. Three approaches, historical, panoptic contemporary, and theoretical/critical of the notions of exhibition and museum allow to answer properly the following question, by bringing an enthusiastic and optimistic reading grid : how to expose the social sciences ? [...]

Le musée déconstruit : le réquisitoire de Jean-Loup Amselle.

Amselle, Jean-Loup. 2016. Le musée exposé. Fécamp : Lignes.

François Warin | 17.05.2017

With the new museums, works of the greatest architects, we entered a new age. It is this new place of confinement that mobilizes the big pilgrimages of international tourism today, which Jean-Loup Amselle intends to deconstruct in a book (The Museum Exposed) as ambitious as iconoclastic, a book in which Marxist, Foucaldian and post-colonial criticism cross each other.
By taking a geopolitical dimension, the museum becomes a museum of society, and today exposes itself to the conflict of memories and [...]