MB Projects is a leading agency in cultural strategy and management in China. It was founded by Marion Bertagna, a trilingual China specialist with 20 years of experience in China and in the culture field.
MB Projects assists cultural institutions and creative industry companies wishing to explore opportunities, develop activities, build partnerships, or extend their visibility in China. We also advise Chinese institutions and companies looking for help in cultural strategy and engineering, cultural programming, international exposure, etc.
We pride ourselves in offering strategic thinking, professionalism, network, and creativity to projects which we hope can bring long-term contributions, which are socially responsible, and show respect for the art and the public.
What We Do
We help you build and carry out successfully your cultural projects and strategies in China
We help Chinese institutions and companies looking for advice in cultural strategy and planning; cultural programming, management, and engineering; international exposure, etc.
We assist international cultural institutions and creative sector companies wishing to explore opportunities, develop activities, build partnerships, or extend their visibility in China .
We provide help in the following sectors: museums and galleries; art exhibitions and fairs; architecture and design; cinema and TV; festivals, performing arts, and outdoor events; books and publishing; charity and not-for-profits.
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MB PROJECTS is seeking a new Project Coordinator and a Communications/Social Media Content Creator – trilingual Chinese, French, and English. MB PROJECTS www.mbprojects-china.com MB PROJECTS is a leading agency specialized in cultural strategy and management in China. We accompany foreign cultural institutions in the development of their activities, partnerships, and visibility in China, and […]
A huge success in Paris in 2018 at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, where it was first created the exhibition Junya Ishigami, Freeing Architecture is now presented in Shanghai, at the Power Station of Art, from July 18 to October 7, 2019.