The Île-de-France region supports Poush through several initiatives, including the allocation of a grant to Paul Créange for the installation of an in situ work, and to Hugo Avigo for the exhibition The Bedspring Syndrome, the project that received the Regional Fund for Emerging Talent (FoRTE) in 2020.
Monnaie de Paris
In collaboration with the Monnaie de Paris, POUSH has designed and produced the exhibition Tirelessly in the heart of this unique institution. In October 2021, four artists from POUSH – Juliette Minchin, Edgar Sarin, Laura Sellies and Pierre Pauze – took turns during two weeks to invent in situ creations daily in the courtyards of the Monnaie de Paris.
Beaux-Arts de Paris
The Beaux-Arts de Paris are happy to partner with Poush for the first off-site exhibition of the “Félicités” (the students who graduated with congratulations from the jury). Felicità Goodbye Horses brings together about thirty artists from the Beaux-Arts de Paris and the Ensa Bourges. The works, designed to occupy a 800-square-meter floor, are the result of a collective effort.
At the invitation of POUSH, Hervé Mikaeloff, Elise Roche and Yvannoé Kruger have designed the exhibition The foam of dreams, as part of Art Paris. This exhibition resonates with Hervé Mikaeloff’s selection on the theme of portrait and figuration in the French scene for the 2021 edition of Art Paris.
Fonds de dotation agnès b
L'atelier des artistes en exil
Grégory Chatonsky, a POUSH artist, and Yves Citton welcome the students of the ArTeC+ inter-university degree in a dedicated space inside POUSH, for workshops on research-creation, in order to approach, on a basis that is both practical and theoretical, the challenges of a project that unites academic research and artistic creation, particularly (but not exclusively) inside digital worlds.