The INMA and Manifesto come together to welcome five craftsmen into POUSH. They were selected as part of a call for applications and won the Prix Avenir Métiers d’Art.
Quentin Cabanes, Shoko Tsuji and Angélique Chesnesec were the first to settle in a common workshop on the 13th floor of POUSH, on February 1st. It is the first time that craftsmen have joined the space along with visual artists, painters, sculptors, illustrators… These encounters between artists and craftsmen will provide opportunities to think and conceive projects in common, to share experiences and tools of production.
In addition to benefiting from a 93,69-square-meter workspace, these three newcomers will have access to the complete support of the POUSH incubator, offered by Manifesto, including artistic, technical, legal and administrative assistance. A true stepping stone for these young artists.