Atelier Lardeur – Paris 6th
A quiet and authentic place, where generations of artists working in stained glass or sculpture have come to concentrate and seek inspiration.
Available for private hire: the Cour de l’Olivier (Olive tree courtyard) and the master glass-maker workshop.
Le 19M – Paris 19th
An innovative venue promoting manual crafts, and home to the activities of many craftspeople.
Available for private hire: the entire place - the gallery, the agora (even during exhibitions), the terrace and the studio.
Monnaie de Paris – Paris 6th
The oldest French institution and the last factory in activity in Paris. Medals and coins are still produced here today!
Available for private hire: one of the inner courtyards, one of the majestic reception rooms or the museum showcasing the skills of the craftspeople of the Monnaie de Paris.
Espace Monte-Cristo – Paris 20th
A brightly-lit industrial-style loft that presents the works of the Collection Fondation Villa Datris. A welcoming and eclectic place conducive to dialogue and sharing.
Available for private hire: the entire venue (250 m²) with its two outdoor patios.
Studio Harcourt – Paris 16th
A former mansion house now a mecca for photography.
All the spaces are available for private hire: photo sets, cafe, ‘curio’ library, showroom. Bespoke photo services to make your event last forever.
Fondation Cherqui – Aubervilliers
Housed in the former pharmaceutical laboratories of Dr Jean Cherqui, an atypical collector, the Fondation Cherqui presents one of the finest collections of kinetic and optical art in the world.
For an event in the midst of sculptures, paintings and installations by artists who still work here.
Hôtel Drouot – Paris 9th
At this key player in the art market - the largest public auction house in the world - events take place amidst works of art, which are constantly changing.
Atmosphere 100% Romanesque.
Available for private hire: pre-sales exhibition room, a thematic expertise workshop, or all the spaces.
Musée Zadkine – Paris 6th
One of the last sculptor’s workshops in Paris: the house and the workshops where the artist lived and worked. Intimate spaces, filled with light, greenery, raw materials, and sculptures.
Available for private hire: the entire museum, the gardens, or the garden workshop.
Institut Giacometti – Paris 14th
A former listed mansion of an artist-decorator (Paul Follot), this venue hosts the work of Alberto Giacometti in the collection of the Fondation Giacometti. An atypical place resembling the home of a collector, recent and living (temporary exhibitions, art history research programme, on-site library). Available for private hire: the exhibition rooms, the reception rooms or the Giacometti Lab, a modular and connected pedagogical space.
Musée de Montmartre – Jardins Renoir – Paris 18th
One of the oldest houses on the Butte and home to famous artists such as Auguste Renoir, Suzanne Valadon, and Maurice Utrillo. A delightful setting with lovely gardens and views of Paris and the vineyard. Available for private hire: the entire museum or a space (Café Renoir, Salle Poulbot, workshop-apartment Valadon-Utrillo).
Musée national Eugène Delacroix – Paris 6th
Now a place dedicated to artistic creation, it is the last workshop and apartment in which Eugène Delacroix lived. It presents all the facets of Delacroix's talent (painter, draughtsman, engraver, writer…)
A haven of peace and tranquillity, a mix of garden and courtyard. Available for private hire: workshop and garden.
Musée Bourdelle – Paris 15th
The last witness to the ‘Cité d'Artistes’ in the Montparnasse district, the workshops, and gardens where Antoine Bourdelle lived and worked, and where all his works are on display. A poetic and singular setting.
Available for private hire: garden, arcades of the covered gallery or the large Hall des Plâtres and also the contemporary and modern Portzamparc wing.
My Artist Place - for an artistic event.
Through concerts, exhibitions, and creative workshops, … the My Artist Place event is an opportunity to discover a local artist and an unusual location. An ideal way to create a bond between participants.