MB Projects September – December 2019 Review and Holiday Greetings
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… More details below!
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!
1. Opening of the Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum Project
Shanghai, November 2019
The West Bund Museum successfully opened its doors on November 5th, 2019, inaugurating a 5-year partnership with the Centre Pompidou in the heart of Shanghai’s hottest cultural district. With two groundbreaking exhibitions of major artworks from the French museum’s collections and dozens of performances and public programs, the opening events set the tone for an unprecedented cultural collaboration between France and China.
For more info about the Project, please check:
MB News | Opening of the Centre Pompidou x West Bund Museum Project
2. Centre Pompidou Paris WeChat and Weibo Accounts
Since October 2019, MB Projects has taken over the management of the WeChat and Weibo official accounts of the Centre Pompidou Paris. After revamping the design and defining a new content line, we are happy to have successfully launched the first publications on both platforms – a dedicated tool for the Chinese public to access all kinds of information about the Centre Pompidou, from practical information and ticketing, to in-depth presentations of the collections and temporary exhibitions, and announcements of all the exciting public programs offered by the institution.
To follow Centre Pompidou’s WeChat account, please scan the QR code below:
3. Centre Pompidou Paris Visitor’s Guide Mini-Program
On December 16, 2019, we were happy to launch a brand new WeChat mini program, specially designed for the Chinese visitors of the Centre Pompidou. From now on, the Chinese audience can benefit from a WeChat tool to discover the collections of the museum, including detailed written and audio presentations of its most important artworks and of the leading artists and movements of the 20th century: a complete course in modern and contemporary art history through a selection of some of the world’s most iconic masterpieces.
Download the program by scanning the QR code below, and embark in the journey!
4. Fondation Cartier: Jean Nouvel exhibition at the Power Station of Art
Shanghai, November 2019 – March 2020
After A Beautiful Elsewhere in 2018 and Junya Ishigami: Freeing Architecture in the summer of 2019, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain inaugurated its third collaboration with the Power Station of Art in Shanghai with Jean Nouvel, in my head, in my eye… belonging…: a retrospective of the work of world famous architect Jean Nouvel, who designed the building of the Fondation Cartier in Paris. The exhibition debuts a film produced by Nouvel, as well as six works of art based on his architecture, allowing the visitor to immerse himself in the thoughts and emotions which inspire Nouvel’s design practice. On view until March 1, 2020.
For more info about the exhibition, please check our blog:
MB News | Fondation Cartier – Jean Nouvel retrospective opens at the Power Station of Art, Shanghai
And follow Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain’s WeChat account by scanning the QR code below:
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