Passage to Europe : Realities, References, Reflections
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2004 is proving to be a year of radical change in the European Union. The economic, political and cultural integration of ten new countries will inevitably alter Europe's cultural structure, particularly now that the long political and economic separation between East and West no longer prevents the flow of information. This is particularly true of today's cultural scene: on the one hand, there is a nearly universal language fostering communication between countries and continents; on the other, the profoundly dissimilar experiences of Europeans reflect their different historical, cultural and intellectual backgrounds. Passage Europe at the Musee d'Art Moderne in Saint-Etienne Metropole will broach these issues by presenting a selection of work by young contemporary artists from the new members of the European Union. The theme is the present situation in these countries, and who shares in forming today's artistic concepts, alongside a selection of the great historic masters influential in present-day art. Organised around five themes (Tribute, Crossroads, Premise, Nomad, Insula), Passage Europe assembles sixty artists and will offer a new "European-global" point of view, reflecting the true diversity of artistic creation and highlighting the importance of historical, ethnocultural, political and economic conditions.