Sans titre (2016) is a nomadic exposition space. It’s based in Paris but the projects travel to different cities according the opportunities and artistic environment of the place we move temporarily.
Its concept is to propose exhibitions of contemporary art in universes that are foreign to it, therefore proposing narrative and didactic expositions that conform to the chosen places (private apartments, parking lots, restaurants, etc.)
The reintroduction of art in a domestic universe is a primary objective for Sans titre (2016): the designated places are redecorated every time to best suit the works that are being exhibited. These interventions are considered a real scenography: architects and designers are invited to imagine a space where the artworks are presented with the walls being painted, the floors redone, etc.
This dates back to the very beginnings of Sans titre (2016): all the first shows where curated in the Parisian apartment of Marie Madec, founder of the project. The boundaries between public and private spheres were then blurred and this remains the case today as this flat still is our office and base in Paris.
The artists that Sans titre (2016) presents are often very young, still absent from the commercial traditional galleries and discovered through many means: visiting art schools and studios, artist–run spaces, the Internet, etc.