Centquatre-Paris
Art Center / Paris

Located in the 19th arrondissement, Centquatre-Paris is a space for residencies, production and promotion for the public and artists from all over the world. Conceived by its director José-Manuel Gonçalvès as a collaborative artistic platform, it enables access to all of today’s arts, through a program that is resolutely popular, contemporary and challenging. As an atypical living area lined with shops, it also offers spaces for free artistic practice and spaces for infants. For the start-ups that are part of its business accelerator, it forms a unique territory for experimentation, at the crossroads of art and innovation.

Theatre, dance, circus, music, visual art, performances, unidentified hybrid forms: Le Centquatre is curious about everything, welcoming over half a million visitors annually.

Aurélien Bory for Kaori Ito
Centquatre-Paris
Art Center / Paris

Located in the 19th arrondissement, Centquatre-Paris is a space for residencies, production and promotion for the public and artists from all over the world. Conceived by its director José-Manuel Gonçalvès as a collaborative artistic platform, it enables access to all of today’s arts, through a program that is resolutely popular, contemporary and challenging. As an atypical living area lined with shops, it also offers spaces for free artistic practice and spaces for infants. For the start-ups that are part of its business accelerator, it forms a unique territory for experimentation, at the crossroads of art and innovation.

Theatre, dance, circus, music, visual art, performances, unidentified hybrid forms: Le Centquatre is curious about everything, welcoming over half a million visitors annually.

Vhils / Galerie Magda Danysz

Myousic

Michelangelo Pistoletto / Le Labyrinthe

Dimitri de Perrot

Christian Rizzo / Le Syndrome Ian

Aurélien Bory for Kaori Ito

 Abdelkader Benchamma

Magnétic Jérôme Thoma
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