Considering the health situation and the uncertainties regarding the conditions of exhibition, it is with deep regret that we have decided to postpone our summer residency open call, to a date as yet unknown.

It seems difficult to us to organise a residency that cannot be shown under the same conditions as in previous years. As the events traditionally marking the residency cannot take place, it seems unfair to us to offer the selected artist only a limited visibility of his or her work, as well as a production framework subject to numerous restrictions.

We are well aware of the work provided by the candidates and apologize for the postponement of this program, which is so important to us.
We are keeping the applications that have already been sent to us, giving artists the opportunity to update their application when the open call is reiterated. We also propose to those who wish to discuss their application.

For the coming months, hoping to be able to carry out our programming again under suitable conditions, we have decided to concentrate our forces on projects adapted to the current situation, and whose development had begun before confinement: remote residency, research and creation programs, exhibitions with restricted access. We hope to be able to find you soon and relaunch the Estive as soon as possible.


Louis Gary

• Exhibition from May 28 to June 13
• From Wednesday to Saturday from 2. pm. to 6. pm.

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Carin Klonowski


Glassbox, retour sur deux décennies de création contemporaine

Editorial direction : Clémence Agnez
Editorial coordination : Alisson Haguenier
Graphic Design : s.y.n.d.i.c.a.t (Sacha Léopold and François Havegeer)

Editorial direction by period :
1997-2006 – Stefan Nikolaev and Julien Fronsacq, with the help of Gemma Shedden, Pierre Beloüin, Jan Kopp and Frédéric Beaumes.
2007-2011 – Collectif 1.0.3 – (Arnaud Bernus, François Bernus and Anne Couzon Cesca);
2012-2017 – Clémence Agnez and Alisson Haguenier

Coediting Glassbox and Tombolo Presses

Texts by : Clémence Agnez, Saâdane Afif, Jean-Christophe Arcos, Dominique Blais, Nicolas Bourriaud, Collectif 1.0.3, Lucille de Witte, Élie During Flora Katz, Sarah Ihler-Meyer, Irma Name (Hélène Deléan and Clément Caignart), Sabrina Issa, Patrice Joly, Sophie Lapalu, Ingrid Luquet-Gad, Éric Mangion, Olivier Marboeuf, Pedro Morais, Stefan Nikolaev, Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Joël Riff

This book received the support of the Centre national des arts plastiques, the Fondation d’entreprise Ricard and the 11th Arrondissement.

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Online space dedicated to independent exhibition spaces that have been experimenting with spaces dedicated to art since the end of the 1960s.
The artist-run-spaces.org website initiated by GLASSBOX team – based on an original idea by Sabrina Issa – is a tool that allows each structure to reveal, over time and on a global scale, the initiatives of artists from the 1960s to the present day.

Tool – & – Project spaces

The website is both a dissemination tool and a link creator. It provides visibility on the strength, richness and quality of the proposals initiated by generations of artists since the end of the 1980s. As a space of singular landmarks, the internet platform intensifies the links between structures and feeds the organization of meetings and events common to Artist-run spaces.

Artist-run spaces.org