The designers of the Ford Mondeo Vignale, the first in the sub-brand’s new range of luxury vehicles, drew inspiration for the car in fashion, music and the arts. So it was only natural that Ford Mondeo Vignale join forces with the Philharmonie de Paris as the primary partner for the Marc Chagall: The Triumph of Music exhibition.
To celebrate the exhibition’s opening to the general public, the Mondeo Vignale will be on display at the entrance to the Philharmonie de Paris from 12 to 25 October.
The Swiss Life Foundation is supporting the Marc Chagall: The Triumph of Music exhibition.
It will present the chamber opera Bobba – created by composer Arthur Lavandier and photographer Julien Taylor, winners of the Swiss Life Four Hands Award – on 17 October at the Philharmonie de Paris as part of the musical programming for the Chagall and Music weekend and on 21 January 2016 at La Piscine Museum.
Julien Taylor’s work can be seen in digital form at La Piscine Museum in Roubaix from 23 October 2015 to 31 January 2016. His photographs will also be on exhibit in the lounges of SwissLife Banque Privée at Place Vendôme in Paris beginning October 1st.
The Swiss Life Foundation and Actes Sud are publishing the CD book Mémoires de Bobba in the “Images de musique” collection. For the first time at Actes Sud, the book offers readers an augmented reality experience: three sequences include interactive elements thanks to The Eyes Link application available free of charge from the Apple Store.
The Swiss Life Four Hands Award is an innovative artistic initiative developed by the Swiss Life Foundation, promoting dialogue between music and photography.
Air France, an official partner of the Philharmonie de Paris, provides logistical support for the major exhibitions of the season, including Marc Chagall: The Triumph of Music.
The British paint and wallpaper manufacturer Farrow & Ball is pleased to handle the painting of the picture rails for the Marc Chagall: The Triumph of Music exhibition and The Little “Chagall’s Box”. The scientific and artistic teams chose Farrow & Ball colours to create a magnificent set design for the exhibition.
The Google Cultural Institute develops technologies to help its partners publish their collections online and reach new audiences through initiatives such as Art Project, Historic Moments and World Wonders. The Cultural Institute Lab, created in Paris in 2013, is a place where high-tech and creative communities come together to share their ideas and imagine new experiences relating to art and culture.
The Marc Chagall and Music catalogue was published with support from Prima la musica, a circle of corporate sponsors of Philharmonie de Paris.