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Studio des Acacias
Studio des Acacias is reborn as an art space by Mazarine.

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Studio des Acacias has a long history as a photography studio, going back to the 1960s when it was used by the likes of Richard Avedon, Irving Penn and Guy Bourdin. More recently, in the 1990s, it was home to the celebrated Studio Harcourt and the scene of numerous celebrity photo shoots.


Now Studio des Acacias has been reborn as an art space. A laboratory and catalyst for ideas, it is an interdisciplinary creative space dedicated entirely to the visual arts, both an exhibition venue for the contemporary art scene and a photo, video and digital production studio.


Studio des Acacias houses showpieces by leading figures from the contemporary art world. Artists of the past joined by the new generation of visual artists. A target by the Swiss artist Ugo Rondinone, watercolours by the young French prodigy Camille Henrot, a mask by Thomas Houseago, an early Daniel Buren, an abstract by François Morellet and a neon by Claude Lévêque are among the pieces on show.