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Cité Internationale des Arts Paris : Awarded Residency in 2013 | Yulia Pinkusevich

Cité Internationale des Arts Paris : Awarded Residency in 2013

April 01, 2012

Thanks to Stanford University for granting Yulia a 2013 Cité Internationale des Arts Residency in Paris

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The Cité Internationale des Arts is intended to provide short or long stays (2 months to 1 year) for professional artists who want to develop an artistic work in France.The Cité Internationale des Arts is a foundation directed to the public benefit since 1957.It is related to a vast network of partners and associates. Its founders include a large number of States, schools, institutes, universities and ministries from close to 50 countries all across the world. Three of its historic founders and key partners are the City of Paris, the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.The facilities of the Cité are divided between two locations in Paris :

– The site located at 18 rue de l’Hôtel de Ville includes 270 individual workshops in the heart of the Marais district, a dynamic quarter swarming with art galleries and a favourite destination for Parisians.

– The site located at 24 rue Norvins is composed of several buildings in a large garden in Montmartre and has 30 individual workshops. Montmartre was for many years a focal point for artists over the world.

Residents may practice their artistic discipline and develop their creative techniques for the duration of their stay at the Cité Internationale des Arts. The residence also houses an exhibition area where artists can display their works and an auditorium where they can perform concerts.

Since its opening in 1965, the Cité Internationale des Arts has accommodated more than 18 000 artists from all over the world.


Some photos from my time in Paris in 2010






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