Ceci n’est pas… Art Between France and Los Angeles

November 18, 2012

For the 2013 edition, Art Los Angeles Contemporary is partnering with Ceci n'est pas… Art Between France and Los Angeles.

For the 2013 edition, Art Los Angeles Contemporary is partnering with Ceci n’est pas… Art Between France and Los Angeles , a five-month arts and culture exchange program between France and Los Angeles. The program, which kicks off in November and continues through April 2013, will feature over 30 French-American collaborations in contemporary art in the Los Angeles area.

Art Los Angeles Contemporary will take part by hosting a special section of the fair dedicated to visiting French galleries and their exhibiting artists. The fair will also highlight the relationship between these two cultural hubs through extensive programming of talks, lectures, and screenings.

Ceci n’est pas… is a project initiated by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States in collaboration with the Institut Français, with the support of the Alliance Française of Los Angeles, the French Ministry of Culture and Communication and the participation of many local institutions.

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