Thanks to the patron of Monet, Renoir... Chagall exhibition in 2020
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Thanks to the patron of Culturespaces 2020 cultural season in Paris
Thanks to the the patrons who are supporting the opening in 2018
‘We are very happy to be able to contribute to the creation of the Atelier des Lumières and we hope that it will attract and captivate a broad range of visitors from the Île-de-France region, and also French and foreign tourists, in order to ensure a growth in public interest and promote the art centre internationally’, stated Valérie Pécresse, President of the Île-de-France region.
‘The Crédit du Nord is continuing its strong partnership with Culturespaces through the development of digital exhibitions. Via its sponsorship policy, the Groupe Crédit du Nord is promoting the culture of various regions by enabling all kinds of audiences to have access to culture.’
‘The artistic and digital immersion embodied by this project, the shedding of new light upon works with which visitors are already familiar, and innovation are facets of a vision that we share and are at the root of our strong commitment to the project. Attracting a different, younger audience that is less inclined to visit more traditional art venues, by modernising the style and content, is a challenge that we wanted to take up.’
Malakoff Médéric, a major complementary social protection insurer in France, is a founding patron of the Atelier des Lumières and supports its opening and accessibility for everyone.
‘Providing a unique and moving experience … this is precisely the aim that Altarea shares with Culturespaces, by offering its clients new experiences in its leisure and shopping centres through a specific approach to design, events, and digital innovations.’
‘Saint-Gobain is committed every year to supporting cultural and scientific projects in line with its identity and strategy, which focuses on sustainable housing and comfort. Innovation has been at the heart of Saint-Gobain’s creed for more than 350 years. In the Atelier des Lumières the company’s materials have been used for cultural purposes and to promote culture, thanks to innovative technologies.’
‘Since 1951, the Austrian jewellery maker FREYWILLE has set new standards in jewellery and grand feu enamel jewellery design. The FREYWILLE jewellery house naturally wished to pay tribute to the greatest Viennese artists Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, and also Friedensreich Hundertwasser.’