Film by Judith Du Pasquier on Nathalie Du Pasquier

30 September 2021, 6.30pm

«A child who plays with colourings and block games… an artist who turns everything she touches into a source of visual delight… a relentless woman who never stops… a famous painter claimed by prestigious museums and galleries… an enigmatic older sister I’ve been filming for twelve years. Our discussions are informal, and nothing is said to justify or explain her mad energy, nor the spectacular evolution of her work. It is just the way it is».

Judith Du Pasquier (Bordeaux, 1963) lives in Paris and in the South ofFrance. She is a self-taught documentary filmmaker who has been working since the mid-1980s. She has always been interested in living artists and their works, directing painters’ portraits, such as Marc Desgrandchamps, Djamel Tatah, Akos Birkas, Sturtevant, and designers’s portraits, like Ron Arad, Matali Crasset, Pierre Charpin.


The screening will take place in the Auditorium.
Free entry with limited capacity