À l'œuvre ! Production Support Programme
Since 2020, Lafayette Anticipations extends its commitment to supporting contemporary creation with an original production support programme for all artists: À l'œuvre!
Thanks to a grant, exceptional equipment and the support of the Fondation's curatorial and production teams, this programme provides an opportunity to explore the crucial stages of creation: research, experimentation and design.
À L'OEUVRE ! 2023
Stéphanie Lagarde is a visual artist and filmmaker.
Born in 1989. Isaac Lythgoe is a sculptor and writer who studied painting at the Royal College of Art, London (2014).
Born in 1991 at France. Valentin Noujaïm graduated in 2020 from the Fémis film school in the script department.
Born in 1989 at France. Lisa Signorini is a multidisciplinary artist.
À L'OEUVRE ! 2022
From her first single "Muscles" released in 2012, to her first album released at the end of 2020, via a host of singular featurings, Bonnie Banane sings her own...
Born in 1987 at Bayonne (France), lives and works in Paris (France). A 2011 graduate of the Beaux-Arts de Paris, Arnaud Dezoteux’s films and installations focused on reality TV, seduction coaching or body-building and often use the green...
Born in 1991. Carina Emery graduated from the Malmö Art Academy (2021) and the Beaux- Arts de Paris with honours (2017).
Born in 1992 at Châtellerault (France), lives and works in Paris (France). Tarek Lakhrissi is a French artist and poet with a background in literature. He works across installation, performance, film, text and sculpture, engaging with political...
Born in 1985, lives and works in Paris (France). Issu des arts visuels et développant une pratique entre cinéma et radio, Simon Ripoll-Hurier traque des situations d'écoute.
Born in 1988. Marina Xenofontos is a sculptor working through painting, installation, video, and animation.
À L'OEUVRE ! 2021
Born in 1982. Artist and architect, Guillaume Aubry studied at the Paris-LaVillette School of Architecture (DPLG), the University of Tokyo in Japan and at the Beaux-Arts de Paris...
Born in 1985. Sensitive to contemporary issues, Gaëlle Choisne's practice reflects the complexity of the world, its political and cultural disorder, whether it be the overexploitation...
Dominika Hadelova et Aldo Buscalferri
Dominika Hadelova and Aldo Buscalferri are the creative duo of MATTO.
Garush Melkonyan's work mainly combines video, sculpture and installation, exploring the invisible codes that structure communication, discourse and language.
Born in 1986. Julien Perez's approach lies at the confluence of pop music, performance and visual arts.
À L'OEUVRE ! 2020
Born in 1992, lives and works in Paris (France). Teddy Sanches is an industrial designer. He is part of and represents the designer organisation HALL.HAUS which he co-founded in early 2020.
Sebastian A. De Ruffray
Born in 1990, lives and works in Paris (France). Born in Santiago (Chile), Sebastian A. de Ruffray is a fashion designer.
Elvire Caillon & Léonard Martin
Elvire Caillon and Léonard Martin both studied at the Beaux-Arts de Paris.
Lives and works in Paris (France). Christelle Oyiri aka Crystallmess is a DJ, producer but also a writer and mixed media artist keen on shedding light on past and present subcultures.
Born in 1980, lives and works in Paris et Toulouse (France). Émilie Pitoiset is an artist and choreographer.
Clara Pacotte & Charlotte Houette (EAAPES)
EAAPES is a research group around feminist writings in science fiction, created in 2017 by Clara Pacotte and Charlotte Houette within The Cheapest University.
Born in 1989, lives and works in Paris (France). Paul Heintz graduated of the Beaux-Arts de Nancy, the Arts Décoratifs de Paris and the Fresnoy - Studio national des arts contemporains.
Born in 1994, lives and works in Paris (France). Agata Ingarden graduated from the École des Beaux Arts de Paris and studied at The Cooper Union, New York (2016).