Cité internationale des arts

Cité internationale des arts La Cité internationale des arts, fondation reconnue d’utilité publique, accueille en résidence à Paris des artistes professionnels français et étrangers sur deux sites : dans le Marais et à Montmartre.
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Depuis 1965, la Cité internationale des arts est une Fondation reconnue d’utilité publique qui a pour vocation d’accueillir en résidence à Paris des artistes professionnels étrangers et français. Ainsi, chaque année, plus de 1000 artistes venus de plus de 55 pays séjournent dans l’un des 325 ateliers de résidence. Cette institution a été rêvée par Eero Snellman, artiste finlandais, lors d’un discours prononcé à l’occasion de l’Exposition Universelle de Paris en 1937. C’est après la seconde guerre mondiale que cette idée fut reprise et développée par M. et Mme Félix Brunau avec le soutien du Ministère de la Culture, du Ministère des Affaires Etrangères, de la Ville de Paris, et de l’Académie des Beaux-Arts. Un premier bâtiment dessiné par l’architecte franco-tunisien Olivier-Clément Cacoub a vu le jour en 1965 et progressivement d’autres bâtiments se sont adjoints, confiés par la Ville de Paris sur le site du Marais (285 ateliers) puis sur celui de Montmartre (40 ateliers) 70% des ateliers sont souscrits par des opérateurs étrangers et français qui désignent les résidents selon des modalités qui leur sont propres (durées, bourses). 30 % des ateliers sont réservés pour répondre aux candidatures individuelles qui font l’objet d’une sélection par deux commissions de professionnels (l’une dédiée aux arts visuels ; l’autre à la musique). Elles se réunissent deux fois par an. Ainsi, la Cité internationale des Arts se trouve au croisement de politiques culturelles portées par des pays, des collectivités territoriales et des institutions d’une part et des projets de résidence directement mis en œuvre par les artistes.

Mission: Accueil d'artistes professionnels, français et étrangers, en résidence à Paris.

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - At the Cité internationale des arts, dance is on the program every day and in the news to ...
07/05/2020

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - At the Cité internationale des arts, dance is on the program every day and in the news to come!

It is in this context that Djodjo Kazadi will be joining the Cité in the fall for a residency that will allow him to continue his projects around memory, memories of the body and tradition! �

Multidisciplinary Congolese artist, Djodjo Kazadi trained alongside Faustin Linyekula and joined the Studios Kabako Kisangani (2001-2007). In 2015, he moved to Mayotte and became artistic director of the Royaume des fleurs - Cie Kazyadance, a space for research, creation and cultural mediation.
On November 2018, he was answering questions from Mayotte la 1ère, listen to him now ☛ http://ow.ly/GXEO50zyJOY

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - In the night, the house garden is the stage of a strange scene: a costumed character wande...
06/05/2020
In the land - Romuald Jandolo - Cité internationale des arts

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - In the night, the house garden is the stage of a strange scene: a costumed character wanders, passes by and comes back, explores the place, plays. In spite of this large wooded space, he seems to be going around in circles.

Who is this character staged by Romuald Jandolo in his project "In the land"? Find out now on our website 👇

In the land - Romuald Jandolo

01/05/2020
Hive • Short film by Nina Traub & Lukas Zerbst

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Three artists under the lockdown, in residency at the Cité internationale des arts, join forces and unveil their project, Hive.
Discover Nina Traub's performance, directed in image by Lukas Zerbst and in music by Koki Nakano! ✨

"Hive" is a short film that speaks of the world beyond confinement: the stipulations of social roles, productivity, nationality are invisible walls that will not leave with the lockdown.

The short film Hive is a collaboration between three artists, who were quarantined in the artist residence facility of Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris.…

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) – The choreographer Uri Shafir proposes "Avigdor in the house" a danced performance to disco...
29/04/2020
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WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) – The choreographer Uri Shafir proposes "Avigdor in the house" a danced performance to discover live on Zoom today and for 30 minutes!

Accompanied by eight dancers confined to different countries (including resident Nina Berclaz), he explores what it means to "be body" ��

See you at 4pm here ☛ http://ow.ly/y1l750zqUOp

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - How does an artist's residency pursue its missions of welcoming and accompanying artists d...
28/04/2020
Interview with Bénédicte Alliot, Cité internationale des arts

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - How does an artist's residency pursue its missions of welcoming and accompanying artists during this period? Bénédicte Alliot, General Director of the Cité internationale des arts answers TransArtists's questions.

To discover here 👇

Interview with Bénédicte Alliot, Cité internationale des arts Interview with Bénédicte Alliot, Cité internationale des arts TransArtists did an interview with Bénédicte Alliot, director of Cité internationale des arts in Paris about Covid-19 and how their residency is dealing with this s...

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - They are in residence at the Cité internationale des arts... 📍 MARAIS"The Cité gave us a s...
26/04/2020

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - They are in residence at the Cité internationale des arts... 📍 MARAIS

"The Cité gave us a space of freedom to start and develop our second feature film (...) it has had a great role in the development of our artistic work as well as our lives."

🔥 "Cinema in the Cité", the portrait of the duo Arab & Tarzan Nasser to discover now! ☛ http://ow.ly/3bSF50znmyo

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) – The lookbacks on our #DialoguesAfrica get-togethes continues!Today, we invite you to (re)d...
23/04/2020
Dialogues Afriques #3 – Corps entravés, corps fugitifs, imaginations artistiques et engagements politiques - Cité internationale des arts

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) – The lookbacks on our #DialoguesAfrica get-togethes continues!

Today, we invite you to (re)dive into the third session with Elvan Zabunyan around the theme "Obstructed bodies, fugitive bodies, imaginations and political commitment" through the resources shared by the art historian 🗃.

Dialogues Afriques #3 – Corps entravés, corps fugitifs, imaginations artistiques et engagements politiques

22/04/2020
Comfort

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - From the Montmartre site of the Cité internationale des arts, artists in residence Diane de Moor (composition) and Line Pillet (writing) propose "Comfort": a transformed video and audio experience by the lockdown 🎧

As part of our residency at the Cité internationale des Arts Paris we bring you the performance “Comfort”. "Comfort" was made to perform live at the Cité, bu...

21/04/2020
Work in progress

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Today, Haitian composer and singer, Jehyna Sahyeir invites you to discover her musical world from her studio at the Cité internationale des arts! �

To discover now �

Cela fait un mois que le confinement dure, et pour nous les “Artistes” la tâche n’est certes pas facile. La concentration n’est pas toujours au rendez-vous m...

19/04/2020
Le cinéma à la Cité - Suhaib Gasmelbari

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - They are in residence at the Cité internationale des arts... 📍 MARAIS

"Talking About Trees is a film that owes a lot to the Cité, that owes a lot to the setting I was given, and the next film too..."

🔥 "Cinema in the Cité", the portrait of Suhaib Gasmelbari to discover now! ☛ https://youtu.be/dXrRkSIvPvg

18/04/2020
Side to Side #1 — Bianca Argimon & Claire Luna

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Within the framework of the partnership built with CEA / Association française des commissaires d'exposition, (virtual) get-togethers between five artists in residency – recipients of the Cité Committees – and five curators members of C-E-A are proposed each week.

For your second rendezvous on this program we listen to Bianca Argimon & Claire Luna.! 💻

Bianca Argimon & Claire Luna Side to Side #2 — Dialogues entre artistes et commissaires https://www.citedesartsparis.net/bianca-argimon-claire-luna-side-to-s...

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Last January, Andréya Ouamba, Congolese choreographer, presented his show "De quoi sommes-...
17/04/2020
De quoi sommes-nous faits?!

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Last January, Andréya Ouamba, Congolese choreographer, presented his show "De quoi sommes-nous faits ?!", of which Cité was co-producer, at the Centre national de la danse - CN D for "CANAL fait déborder le CN D".

Discover his entire show, filmed in 2018 at the Atelier de Paris / CDCN right here! 👇

Today, Andréya Ouamba is working on a new project around African female figures who have carried a message of freedom and equality, like the prophetess Kimpa Vita. This time the artist is not on stage but at the setting of this project.

We will unveil some more soon ✨

Atelier de Paris/CDCN - 2018 Dans un Brazzaville en plein conflit armé, Andréya Ouamba se souvient du jour où, encore jeune, et au risque de…

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Spectators of the radical modifications of the public spaces of Paris for several weeks, G...
15/04/2020
You open a box – Projet collectif - Cité internationale des arts

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Spectators of the radical modifications of the public spaces of Paris for several weeks, German-speaking artists in residency at the Cité internationale des arts decide to collaborate around the project "You open a box".

Performances, exhibitions, installations – individual or collective – come together in a single shared and mobile space: a bouquiniste box.

Discover now the realized projects and stay tuned for more! 🗃

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - The Cité internationale des arts continues to support artists in residence in their projec...
14/04/2020
L'art en temps de confinement - Le Quotidien de l'Art

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - The Cité internationale des arts continues to support artists in residence in their projects during the lockdown 💪🏻

We invite you to discover "Art in times of confinement" with Bénédicte Alliot, General Director of the Cité internationale des arts on Le Quotidien de l'Art! 📰

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - During the lockdown, the Cité internationale des arts pursues its mission of welcoming and...
12/04/2020

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - During the lockdown, the Cité internationale des arts pursues its mission of welcoming and accompanying the artists in residency.

Many thanks to the teams on site who continue to ensure that all the artists present can continue to live and work in their studios during this lockdown period �

11/04/2020
Side to Side #1 — Christina Chirouze Montenegro & Rosa Maria Unda Souki

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Within the framework of the partnership built with CEA / Association française des commissaires d'exposition, (virtual) get-togethers between five artists in residency – recipients of the Cité Committees – and five curators members of C-E-A are proposed each week.

First rendezvous of this program today with Christina Chirouze Montenegro with Rosa Maria Unda Souki! 💻
http://ow.ly/Aeg150zaXA1

Christina Chirouze Montenegro & Rosa Maria Unda Souki Side to Side #1 — Dialogues entre artistes et commissaires https://www.citedesartsparis.net/christina-c...

10/04/2020
Vhan Olsen Dombo, Quel quantième du jour

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Today, the rapper, poet, slammer, actor-director and performer Vhan Olsen Dombo offers us an unique text written in the exceptional lockdown situation: "Quel quantième du jour".

To read and listen now 🎧

In spite of the lockdown, the juries of the Cité internationale des arts Committees scheduled for April 2020 are still b...
09/04/2020

In spite of the lockdown, the juries of the Cité internationale des arts Committees scheduled for April 2020 are still being held thanks to videoconferencing and the mobilization of jury members!

The results will be transmitted at the beginning of May 2020. Thanks to all the candidates, we remain at your disposal ([email protected]).


In the meantime, we invite you to discover the many projects of the artists still present at the Cité through the Work in progress (Everyday) series ☛ https://bit.ly/39XVMkt !

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Starting April 8, at noon and for 24 hours, Shatha Al-Deghady invites everyone to particip...
08/04/2020
The Act of Touch - Project collaboratif initié par Shatha Al-Deghady - Cité internationale des arts

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - Starting April 8, at noon and for 24 hours, Shatha Al-Deghady invites everyone to participate in The act of touch.

On the program, thanks to the collaboration of many artists in residence: an experience in which your choices to view this or that video will allow you to create different perspectives of what happened in fifteen studios of the Cité internationale des arts during one day, on March 31, 2020.

The Act of Touch - Project collaboratif initié par Shatha Al-Deghady

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - To discover today: the interview of Bénédicte Alliot, General Director of the Cité interna...
07/04/2020
Connexion

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - To discover today: the interview of Bénédicte Alliot, General Director of the Cité internationale des arts, on Newstank Culture!

"We invent, we reinvent ourselves. (...) We have obviously not closed our doors to artists".

News Tank - La référence des dirigeants

05/04/2020
Le cinéma à la Cité - Michelle Keserwany

WORK IN PROGRESS (EVERYDAY) - They are in residence at the Cité internationale des arts... 📍 MARAIS

"The atmosphere of the Cité allowed me to meet artists from all over the world and together we were able to work, collaborate on projects (...)."

🔥 "Cinema in the Cité", the portrait of Michelle Keserwany to discover now! ☛ https://youtu.be/2_NtA1VDeAg

EXPLICITÉ – Félix Brunau, architect of the Bâtiments de France and Simone Brunau, ###, carried the project of the Cité i...
04/04/2020

EXPLICITÉ – Félix Brunau, architect of the Bâtiments de France and Simone Brunau, ###, carried the project of the Cité internationale des arts as early as the 1950s. Driven by a deep desire to open the Capital to artists from all over the world, they obtained the support of the City of Paris, the French Government and more than 135 partners who have become historical partners for the Foundation. 🇫🇷 🌍

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