Participants 2015


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Arario Museum, Seoul (Korea)

SIMPLE with SOUL is a personal philosophy of CI KIM and of ARARIO MUSEUM in parallel. To share a collector’s thought, passion and perspective on art works might be an added value of a private museum. CI KIM even collects the pieces of unknown artists only if they bear passion, energy and the philosophy of artists. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


ARGOS, Brussels (Belgium)

Audiovisual and visual arts constitute Argos’ working area. This also entails that a lot of attention is paid to the contact points with other art disciplines and the conscious and cautious dealing with evolutions within the information society. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE



Celeste Boursier-Mougenot

Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, born in 1961 in Nice, is a French composer and contemporary artist. He lives and works in Sàte. In 2015, he represents France at the Venice Biennale.  PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE



The Centre National des Arts Plastiques (France)

The CNAP fosters and supports artistic creation in France in all areas of the visual arts: painting, performance art, sculpture, photography, installation art, video, multimedia, graphic arts, design and graphic design. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE



L’ECLAT, Nice (France)

As a place of Experiences for Cinema, Literature, Arts and Technology, L’ECLAT provides a circulation between the distribution, the training and the creation in the field of visual and sound arts, and that particularly through its missions as Regional Pole of Artistic Education and Training at the Cinema PACA . logo_botoxs_160 PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


The Centre des Arts d’Enghien (France)

At the junction of art, science and technology, the CDA is an innovations hub and an expertise and consulting platform. As the first state-funded centre specialising in digital arts, now in its 12th year, the CDA promotes a diverse arts programme and spearheads many international projects. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


Espace A VENDRE, Nice (France)

Determined to continue its calling to support the local, national and international emerging artistic scene,Espace A VENDRE mixes the works of artists supported since 2004 with those of guest artists. Espace A VENDRE has presented more than 80 French and international artists.

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Espace de l’Art Concret, Mouans-Sartoux (France)

Since the opening of the Albers-Honegger Donation in 2004, l’Espace de l’Art Concret has developed its program of artistic, cultural and educational events around three complementary missions: The conservation and promotion of the Albers-Honegger Collection ; A research mission, revolving around the temporary exhibits organized several times a year in the Château galleries ; Raising awareness about contemporary. logo_botoxs_160 PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


FRAC Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur (France)

The Regional Fund for Contemporary Art FRAC PACA has for aims the constitution and distribution of a contemporary art collection, the programming and implementation of temporary exhibitions as well as meetings, lectures and publications, and mediation missions for various publics’ awareness and training (scholars, students, adults). PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


Isabelle and Jean-Conrad Lemaître

Isabelle and Jean-Conrad Lemaître are among the most ambitious international contemporary film and video collectors. Collectors at heart, they travel to festivals and fairs, always looking and always encountering new and exciting new voices in the field. Nothing seems to make them happier than sharing their passion with others. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


Lieu Commun, Toulouse (France)

Lieu-Commun is a place for experimentation, discovery and artistic expression, in the Bonnefoy neighbourhood of Toulouse. Our multi disciplinary programming is an intersection for different artistic disciplines: visual arts, new media, contemporary dance and innovative music. Lieu-Commun is a stage on which artists and visitors meet through diverse, radical, experimental and resolutely contemporary projects. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


LUX, London (England)

The particular focus of LUX is visual arts-based moving image work, a definition which includes experimental film, video art, installation art, performance art, personal documentary, essay films and animation and is inclusive both in terms of context and critical discourse. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE



MAC’s Grand Hornu (Belgium)

The Museum of Contemporary Arts (MAC’s) is one of the French Community of Belgium’s leading cultural projects.
Three priorities determine the MAC’s cultural mission: the constitution of a collection, the scheduling of exhibitions and the staging of cultural events PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE



MAMAC, Nice (France)

The scheduled program of the Museum’s exhibitions as well as the permanent collection is registered from 1950 to nowadays. A few points of reference from the first part of the century are giving us the possibility to list the principal esthetical or pictural means used later by the contemporary avant-garde artists. logo_botoxs_160 PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


MAMCO, Genève (Switzerland)

Opened in 1994, the Mamco (Musée d’art moderne et contemporain) in Geneva is one of the most important museums in Switzerland dedicated to contemporary arts. In the 62 rooms of the Mamco, special exhibitions, items from the permanent collection and thematic exhibitions are frequently alternated so to give the visitor an ever-changing cultural experience. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


Marseille Expos (France)

Marseille expos brings together 34 art centers, private galleries and museums of Marseilles dedicated to contemporary art. Since 2009, each year, this network have organized « Le Printemps de lʼart contemporain », a citywide festival featuring about 50 exhibitions and associated events. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


MUDAM (Luxemburg)

Mudam is the foremost museum dedicated to contemporary art in Luxembourg, and strives to be attentive to every discipline and open to the whole world. Its collection and programme reflect current artistic trends and appreciate the emergence of new artistic practices on a national and international scale. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


Le Nouveau Musée National de Monaco

By proposing two exhibitions a year in each venue, the NMNM reveals a long-ignored heritage and develops the discovery of the contemporary scene. As of now, “Training for a Museum” has determined the programmes of the Villa Sauber and the Villa Paloma according to two themes: Art and Performance at the Villa Sauber, Art and Territory at the Villa Paloma. logo_botoxs_160 PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


L’Oeil d’Oodaaq, Rennes (France)

L’Œil d’Oodaaq is a non-profit organization that stimulates research on video art, as well as other art forms that question contemporary imagery : photography, installation, drawing, painting, performance, new media. L’Œil d’Oodaaq defends nomadic and poetic images, and wishes to facilitate encounters between artists, public and art professionals. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


Pavillon Bosio-ESAP, Monaco

Pavillon Bosio is a historical site regarding artistic education in Monaco. Located on the rock of Monaco in a prestigious environment, the Visual Arts School of Monaco focused on stage and exhibition design ten years ago. The (re)presentation of space has been chosen as a playground for the art students in Monaco. logo_botoxs_160 PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


La Station, Nice (France)

La Station offers an experimental platform within which up-and-coming artists can find conditions conducive to initiating projects and participating in the development, promotion and dissemination of their activities. logo_botoxs_160 PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE



SongEun ArtSpace (Korea)

Established by SongEun Art and Cultural Foundation in 2010, this newly opened space is dedicated to promoting contemporary art through significant exhibitions and various related programs.Following the wishes and spirit of the founder Yoo, Sung-Yeon, the foundation has been supporting young up and coming Korean artists since its inception in 1989. PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE


La Villa Arson, Nice (France)

The Villa Arson is the only national institution in France combining an art museum, an elite art school and a research institution for contemporary art. logo_botoxs_160 PROGRAM FOR OVNi HERE