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What does CAC stand for?

CAC stands for Centre d'Art Contemporain (French: Contemporary Art Center)

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com Until March 24 Louis Fortier March 31 - May 12 Christine Major May 19 - June 23 Myriam Laplante OPTICA, UN CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN BELGO BUILDING: Suite #508 Tel: 514 874 1666 Fax: 514 874 1682 E-mail: info@opnca.
Sofia Hernandez Chong Cuy (curator of contemporary art, Coleccion Patricia Phelps de Cisneros, New York); Malak Helmy (artist, adult and public programmes co-ordinator, Mathaf); Suha Shoman (founder, Darat al Funun - The Khalid Shoman Foundation); Pierre Bal Blanc (director, Centre d'Art Contemporain de Bretigny, France); Chus Martinez (agent, member of Core Group; head of department, Curatorial Office on the Artistic Director, Kassel); Waf Bilal (New York-based artist); Sebastian Lutgert (artist, programmer, writer, co-founder of Pad.
OPTICA, UN CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN BELGO BUILDING: Suite #508 Tel: 514 874 1666 Fax: 514 874 1682 E-mail: info@optica.
Yet, spurred on by what's happening at the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, commonly known as MAMCO, and the Centre d'art contemporain, Geneva's Kunsthalle, an ambitious group of young people have set out to revitalise the gallery scene by taking a decidedly non-commercial approach.
CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN GENEVE 10, rue des Vieux-Grenadiers, 1205 Geneva Tel: +41 [22] 329 18 42 Fax: +41 [22] 329 18 86 E-mail: info@centre.
One of the more recent additions to the kunsthalle scene is Fri-Art Centre d'Art Contemporain in Fribourg, founded in 1990 in a rehabilitated factory in the the city's old town.
CENTRE D'ART CONTEMPORAIN Sixty works dated from 1992 to the present, some made specifically for this exhibition, offer a survey of the visual work of Rainier Lericolais, who is both an artist and a musician--a creator, one might say, of curiosities.