L.A. Dance Project
Dancer and choreographer Benjamin Millepied turned to Mazarine Image to create the brochure for his company, L.A. Dance Project.
Founded in 2012, L.A. Dance Project, based in Los Angeles, is as much a dance company as it is a creative hub for creatives from various fields (music, visual arts, videos, etc.).
We handled the artistic direction and manufacturing of the company's brochure.
At brands’ side are 50 talented consulting, creative and production advisors, who shape, magnify and provide meaning through image.
Passionate about brands’ boundaries, their heritage and their expertise, Mazarine Image works with Maisons in building lasting brand platforms, defining singular graphic territories, and creating print and digital content as if they were objets d’art.
Matthew Day & Rashid Johnson
Exhibition book 'New American Art'.- October 2015
The book illustrates the never seen before works of Rashid Johnson and Matthew Day Jackson, displayed at the Studio des Acacias.
Their creation share a certain vision of the American dream: an often-criticized aspect of America, synonymous with imperialism and hegemony, from racial strife to the Second World War.
Publisher: Éditions Studio des Acacias by Mazarine
Contributions: interview of Matthew Day Jackson and Rashid Johnson, interview of Paul-Emmanuel Reiffers by Thibault Wychowanok
Informations: a 2015 publication, hardcover, 50 pages, in french & english. Dimensions: 23,3 x 1,3 x 30,5 cm
Reiffers Art Initiatives is a foundation created to support young contemporary creation and cultural diversity.
Reiffers Art Initiatives’ mission is to support France’s new art scene and give it international visibility. It finances and gives exposure to thirty emerging artists every year, who will influence tomorrow’s contemporary art scene.
Reiffers Art Initiatives - Mentoring Exhibition 2023
The third exhibition of the Reiffers Art Initiatives mentoring program at Paris + by Art Basel.
Lorna Simpson mentors artist Gaëlle Choisne for the third exhibition resulting from the 2023 mentorship, presented at the Acacias Art Center on the occasion of Paris + by Art Basel.
For this latest edition of its Mentoring Program, Reiffers Art Initiatives is presenting an exhibition by artist Gaëlle Choisne, accompanied by her mentor Lorna Simpson - a pioneer in the 80s of conceptual photography that closely links text and image - whose work has been exhibited in numerous prestigious art institutions and events, including the Venice Biennale in 1990.
Gaëlle Choisne is a French artist based in Paris. The artist likes to cross intellectual and artistic disciplines. Singing, music, sculpture, videos, debates and voodoo rites.
Gaëlle Choisne's artistic approach is guided by multiple inspirations. In her installations, created at the crossroads of sculpture and photography, she evokes her relationship with her Haitian origins. Represented by Galerie Air de Paris, the artist has already exhibited internationally, notably in London, Kyoto and the United States.