Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain is an exchange platform between art production and audience set up since 1988 within an exceptional 4000 m² industrial building located in the heart of Brest. The goals of creation, mediation and diffusion Passerelle thrives for are as many collective production areas where artists and visitors contribute actively on argumentation toward what stir, build and sharpen our relationship with contemporary art.
Each year, the programme combines around 10 solo or group exhibitions featuring French and international artists, screenings, lectures, debates and various means of assistance for the audience in their discovery of techniques used and exhibited.
Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain is also a cross-disciplinary scene exploring other fields of the contemporary creation such as design and performing arts.
1. Stéphane Calais, Un nouveau printemps. Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain, Brest © Aurélien Mole, 2014.
2. Alison O’Daniel, All Component Parts (Listeners). Passerelle Centre d’art contemporain, Brest © Aurélien Mole, 2015.