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MB Projects 2021 Review and Holiday Greetings

MB Projects 2021 Review and Holiday Greetings

Posted on Dec 23, 2021 in MB News

Exhibitions, performances, social media, seminars…2021 has bustled with projects and events for MB Projects and we are so happy to see that, in spite of travel and sanitary restrictions, museums, institutions, artists, and all players are not only adapting but creating new ways to keep working and interacting with the Chinese audience. We foresee an even busier 2022 but before we dive into the new year we would like to look back at the past year and announce some very special news we are particularly excited about…

Inauguration of “Women in Motion at West Bund”, a program to celebrate women’s creativity in dance and choreography

Inauguration of “Women in Motion at West Bund”, a program to celebrate women’s creativity in dance and choreography

Posted on Oct 27, 2021 in MB News

From October 22 to 24, 2021, Kering and the Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum presented Women in Motion at West Bund in Shanghai, a three-day contemporary dance festival aiming to celebrate, promote and support women’s creativity in choreography. MB Projects is very proud to have helped Kering build this new and meaningful Women in […]

MB Projects in French media Le Quotidien de l’Art

MB Projects in French media Le Quotidien de l’Art

Posted on Aug 5, 2021 in MB News

French media Le Quotidien de l’Art published in its July issue a feature about the growing activities of French Cultural institutions in China, based on an interview with Marion Bertagna, MB Projects founder and director.

Opening of the exhibition “Trees” in Shanghai, presented by the Fondation Cartier and the Power Station of Art

Opening of the exhibition “Trees” in Shanghai, presented by the Fondation Cartier and the Power Station of Art

Posted on Jul 9, 2021 in MB News

On July 8th, 2021, the exhibition Trees, presented by the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain and the Power Station of Art (PSA), officially opened in Shanghai. This is the 4th collaboration between the Fondation Cartier and the PSA, the museum of contemporary art of the city of Shanghai, after A Beautiful Elsewhere (2018), Ishigami (2019) […]

2021 Chinese Museums Association Annual Training

2021 Chinese Museums Association Annual Training

Posted on Apr 30, 2021 in MB News

On April 26-29, 2021, the Chinese Museums Association held its annual Museum Training Seminar in the city of Yangzhou: a training program designed for museum directors, curators, coordinators, etc. throughout China. More than 150 museum professionals from every province in the country attended the seminar, representing a wide range of province or city-level public institutions. […]

MB Projects 2020 Review and Holiday Greetings

MB Projects 2020 Review and Holiday Greetings

Posted on Dec 29, 2020 in MB News

What a year it’s been! The past 12 months have not been without challenges but although disrupted, things in the culture industry did not stop for long in China. Museums, institutions, galleries, artists and all other players quickly demonstrated resilience and adapted to the situation finding new ways to keep creating, performing, and communicating with the public.
At MB Projects, we are proud to have helped our clients navigate through these challenging times and stay ahead of the curve by observing the industry evolution, analyzing new trends, innovating in digital communication and strategizing for development in 2021.

Musée Cernuschi Reopening: Special Communication Campaign

Musée Cernuschi Reopening: Special Communication Campaign

Posted on Jul 7, 2020 in MB News

In order to celebrate and promote the reopening after refurbishment of the Musée Cernuschi in March 2020, MB Projects did a special communication campaign on Chinese social media, allowing the Chinese public to get familiar with the institution and its extraordinary collections. The audience discovered, through a series of WeChat and Weibo posts on Paris […]

MB News | Update on MB Projects and the cultural sector in China during the coronavirus crisis

MB News | Update on MB Projects and the cultural sector in China during the coronavirus crisis

Posted on Feb 20, 2020 in MB News

Throughout the country, cinemas, concert halls, theaters, museums, galleries and all entertainment venues have been closed indefinitely, and thousands of performances and exhibitions have been cancelled or postponed. The consequences go beyond China. But times of unexpected hardship are also an opportunity to take a step back and think about the way we do things, the art scene is responding proactively and we are currently witnessing a very strong trend in developing new and original digital projects. Here is an insight of what is going on in our field, which we would like to share with you.

MB Projects September – December 2019 Review and Holiday Greetings

MB Projects September – December 2019 Review and Holiday Greetings

Posted on Dec 18, 2019 in MB News

The fall season was very busy at MB Projects, with successful museum and exhibition openings and the launch of some exciting new projects on social networks…
We take the opportunity of this letter to wish you all a very happy holiday season and send you our best wishes for the New Year. On our side, 2020 will mean more new projects and… the celebration of MB Projects’ 5th Anniversary! A great occasion for us to thank all our clients and partners for their constant trust and support along the years!

MB News | Centre Pompidou – Creation of a Visitor’s Guide/WeChat Mini Program in Chinese

MB News | Centre Pompidou – Creation of a Visitor’s Guide/WeChat Mini Program in Chinese

Posted on Dec 16, 2019 in MB News

On December 16, 2019, the Centre Pompidou announced the launch of a brand new tool for the Chinese public: a WeChat mini program offering a visitor’s guide to the permanent collections of the Museum. Thanks to this digital tool, specifically designed for them, the Chinese visitors will have access to in-depth information about the artworks, artists, and movements which shaped the 20th century’s art history. MB Projects is very proud to have created this mini program and its content, in partnership with Como Network.