In 2014, Studio des Acacias renewed and rediscovered its artistic calling. A creative laboratory and think tank, it is a multidisciplinary space dedicated to imagery in all its forms. It also serves as an exhibition space for the contemporary art scene as well as a photo, video, and digital production studio.
A home for artists, Studio des Acacias, is a place to exchange ideas, experiment, and organize exhibitions to showcase a variety of visual artistic accomplishments.
From the immersive installations of Laure Prouvost to the monumental works of Matthew Day Jackson, or Benjamin Millepied’s dance holograms on a set designed by Barbara Kruger, Studio des Acacias reinvents itself each season for the FIAC. For the 2019 fair, Mazarine Creative Intelligence connected art and technology with its “Take Over” exposition.
Since the 1960s, this landmark studio has welcomed the world’s greatest photographers, including the likes of Richard Avedon, Irving Penn and Guy Bourdin. Alternating with art, a photo exhibition is organized once a year. In 2019, Jean-Baptiste Mondino exhibited 20 years worth of collaboration with Numéro Magazine.
Modular, and alternating formats, the layout of the rooms makes it possible to produce large-scale or more intimate events.