Société Réaliste

U.N. Camouflage, 2012


With the installation U.N. Camouflage, the French duo Société Réaliste is imagining a world without political or cultural borders. Amalgamating the flags of the 193 U.N. Member States, the work creates new emblems for a multi-coloured world community, united in its diversity.


Manif d’art would like to thank MAC VAL, the Galerie Jérôme Poggi, the Musée naval de Québec, the Port de Québec, the Société des traversiers du Québec, Croisières AML, Groupe Océan and the Coopérative Méduse.


Exterior Masts and Méduse Cooperative

541, Saint-Vallier Est


February 18 to May 1st
Meduse Cooperative

May 4 to 14
Exterior Masts


© Société Réaliste, U.N. Camouflage, 2017. Photo: Renaud Philippe / KAHEM 2017


Société Réaliste

(Paris, France)

Société Réaliste is an art cooperative founded by Ferenc Grof and Jean-Baptiste Naudy. It has had several solo exhibitions in Europe and America, in particular at the Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume (Paris, 2011) and the Ludwig Museum (Budapest, 2012). The duo has also participated in numerous international art events including the biennials of Istanbul (2009), Lyon (2009), Shanghai (2012) and Helsinki (2014). Its works are in several private and public collections around the world. Société Réaliste is represented by the Galerie Jérôme Poggi (Paris).