Altitude Magazine N° 12.

88 paintings are the result of a performance or community event. The works are sung at the same time as they are composed with the material, underlining the continuity of the link with ancestral creation. PRESENT FUGITIVE brings together the collaborative works of Ted Egan Jangala, Dinny Nolan Tjampitjinpa, Johnny Possum Japaljarri and Albie Morris Jampijinpa. THE EXHIBITION Exhibition PRÉSENT FUTIGIF, from 12 June to 6 November 2022; curated by Georges Petitjean, curator of the Fondation Opale. In parallel with PRÉSENT FUGITIF, two Special Focus exhibitions will take place at the Lens Art Centre. The first will be an exhibition marking the 50th anniversary of the birth of the Western Desert contemporary Aboriginal art movement in Papunya (from 12 June). The second is a photographic exhibition by the Swiss-Guinean artist Namsa Leuba, who questions the Western perception of the cultures of the African continent (from 4 August). The Art centre is open from Wednesday to Sunday, from 10 am to 6 pm. Restaurant L'Opale is open Wednesday to Saturday from 9.30am to 11pm, Sunday from 9.30am to 7pm. THE FOUNDATION Inaugurated in December 2018, the Opale Foundation is the only contemporary art centre dedicated to the influence of Aboriginal art in Europe. It proposes a dialogue between cultures and peoples through art. Its exhibitions are mainly based on the Bérengère Primat Collection, which includes more than 1,300 works by over 350 artists and forms one of the most important collections of contemporary Aboriginal art culture