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Les Docks, 47-49 quai Rambaud,
Built in the 1930s and extended in 1960, La Sucrière is an old sugar factory that was used as a warehouse until the 1990s. It was converted for the 2003 Biennale, becoming its emblematic venue in the heart of the new Confluence district. The entrance to the 7,000 m² exhibition space through the old silos, thus following the route once taken by inbound shipments of sugar.
The Biennale is arranged into five chapters:
- The Magic of Things
- Celebrating the Drift
- Another World is Possible
- Living Together
Each corresponds to a colour that is indicated on the exhibition plans and in the exhibition areas.
La Sucrière is hosting three Biennale chapters:
The Magic of Things, Celebrating the Drift, Another World is Possible.
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Texts: Biennale de Lyon.
In this tour through the 10th Biennale de Lyon you can see artworks by almost all the participants.