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Biennal at the Courtauld Institute of Art, 2012-2013, London
India Art Summit, 2011, New Delhi
San Francisco 20th Century Modernism Show & Sale, 2012
 Robert Bowman Modern Galery, 2008, London
 Robert Bowman Modern Galery, 2008, London
Biennal at the Courtauld Institute Of Art - London 
"Material Matters: The Power of the Medium"
2012 - 2013
On 1 January 2012, the tenth committee The East Wing of the Courtauld Institute of Art opened the exhibition 'Materials Materials', presening the works of international contemporary artists exploring the use of pioneering media or re-interpretation of traditional forms of representation, within which Eric Béridon's work found its place.

 The East Wing Biennial is a contemporary art exhibition held within the east wing of the university buildings, organised and run entirely by the students of The Courtauld.   The inauguration of the East Wing Biennial took place in 1991.

2012 - 2013, Material Matters: The Power of the Medium 
 
"Having included artists including Gilbert and George and Howard Hodgkin in past exhibitions, Material Matters featured both emerging and established artists from around the globe, united by their use of pioneering media or re-interpretation of traditional forms of representation. From Meekyoung Shin’s soap-made vases and pots in Ghost Series (2011), to Gabriel Dawe’s site-specific thread structure, Plexus no. 11 (2011), the exhibition sought to acquaint viewers with the process of creating art, breaking down the boundaries between the pieces and the viewer. This theme was explored further in our series of Outreach programs for Material Matters, which included our Family Fun Day and our lecture series featuring Tom Hunter, Philip Levine, Rosalind Davis and Patrick Hughes. 
 
January 2012 marked the tenth anniversary of the East Wing Collection. Material Matters is a celebration of the material properties that have embodied contemporary art in the years since its foundation. 
 
All too often the physical properties of an artist’s work are secondary to the way in which we interact with them in any given space. Material Matters addressed this imbalance with an exhibition of the states of art: a discussion and exploration of the manifold physical characteristics of artistic production. Material Matters addressed the manner in which we read and receive radical changes in art’s material world. 
 
The interaction of material with space comes together in unique synchronicity in the eighteenth-century interior of Somerset House. Offering a poignant counterpoint to the permanent works of The Courtauld Gallery next door, the temporality of the East Wing Biennial allowed for a more creative and unconventional use of a traditional space. Past East Wing shows have included the installation of the dropping of raw bread dough through the central cavity of the celebrated exhibition staircase, and Material Matters fully intended to further such deliberately avant-garde pursuits of materials and display."
 
Head of Exhibition - Nadine Loach 

India Art Summit - New Delhi, India
India Art Summit at Pragati Maidan ran from January 21-23,2011
The Robert Bowman Modern Gallery (London, UK) presented Eric Beridon’s sculpture artwork at the 3rd Edition of India Art Summit™ - India's Modern and Contemporary Art Fair - that took place from 21-23 January 2011 in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. This edition of the India Art Summit™ recorded over 128000 visitors in a span of 4 days from 17 cities in India and 67 cities around the world, becoming one of the most attended art fairs globally. Out of the 84 galleries participating, 34 were international galleries – double the number that participated in the previous year bringing an international and domestic focus to the Indian art market. Launched in 2008, the 3rd Edition of India Art Summit (now renamed India Art Fair™) represented the best of Indian Modern and Contemporary Art and provide a unique opportunity for international art to be received by a large and discerning art audience exhibiting a range of paintings, sculptures, photography, mix media, prints, installations, drawings, video art and performances. Speakers’ Forum included 42 world renowned experts from India and overseas like Homi Bhabha, Anish Kapoor, Geeta Kapur, Sheena Wagstaff, Hou Hanru and Hans Ulrich Obrist.
San Francisco 20th Century Modernism Show & Sale, USA
SF20 ran at the Festival Pavilion, September 17-19, 2010
The Robert Bowman Modern Gallery (London, UK) presented Eric Beridon’s sculpture artwork at the 3rd Annual San Francisco 20th Century Modernism Show & Sale (SF20) held on September 17-19, 2010 at Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason Center.
The event kicked off with a Preview Gala benefiting the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA). This edition of the SF20 featured 45 national and international modernism exhibitors presenting a wide variety of high quality 20th Century furnishings, decorative arts and fine arts as well as modern and contemporary artworks.

Biennal at the Courtauld Institute Of Art - London 
"Material Matters: The Power of the Medium"
2012 - 2013
On 1 January 2012, the tenth committee The East Wing of the Courtauld Institute of Art opened the exhibition 'Materials Materials', presening the works of international contemporary artists exploring the use of pioneering media or re-interpretation of traditional forms of representation, within which Eric Béridon's work found its place.

 The East Wing Biennial is a contemporary art exhibition held within the east wing of the university buildings, organised and run entirely by the students of The Courtauld.   The inauguration of the East Wing Biennial took place in 1991.

St'Art, Strasbourg - France
Contemporary Art Fair, Strasbourg, France - With Nicolet Gallery - 23-26 Novembre 2007
The gallery Nicolet (Luberon, France) featured Eric Béridon’s sculptures and series F. artworks in Strasbourg on 23rd to 26th November, 2007, at the 7th edition of the French art fair St'Art.

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