La Fondation Cartier Pour L'Art Contemporain


Located in Paris, the Fondation Cartier opens its doors to themes rarely dealt with in museums. It asserts an eclectic and multidisciplinary dimension crossing all areas of contemporary creation and spurring unexpected meetings between artists, scientists, philosophers, musicians and architects.

View from the building, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, 2013.
© Luc Boegly
© Jean Nouvel, Emmanuel Cattani & Associates / ADAGP, Paris



Sally Gabori, Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda

Considered one of the greatest contemporary Australian artists of the past two decades, Sally Gabori began painting in 2005, around the age of eighty, and rapidly achieved national and international renown as an artist. In just a few short years of rare creative intensity, and prior to her death in 2015, she developed a unique, vibrantly colorful body of work with no apparent ties to other aesthetic currents, particularly within contemporary Aboriginal painting. Bringing together some thirty monumental paintings, this exhibition is organized in close collaboration with the artist’s family and the Kaiadilt community, alongside the foremost specialists in Kaiadilt art and culture.