Partners & Venues
Kolektiv 318 is a gallery devoted to contemporary design in relation to 20th Century architecture movements, from Constructivism to Brutalism. Established in 2016 at UNESCO World Heritage-listed Le Corbusier Housing Unit in Marseille, we curated a selection of graphic and design objects inspired by these movements. We also edit our own selection, including original creations commissioned to emerging and established designers and artists, as well as collaborations with Le Corbusier Foundation. Our strong bond to Central and Eastern Europe Kolektiv led us to collaborate with half a dozen public institutions and a number of artists from this region in relation to the workshops, exhibitions and lectures we regularly co-organize, as we did recently in Marseille, Paris, Prague, Warsaw, Tallinn or Kaunas.
Unité d’Habitation Le Corbusier
280 Boulevard Michelet
Le Bureau des guides – GR 2013
Le Bureau des guides – GR 2013 is an association that brings together the initiators of the GR2013 hiking trail. Its field of action connects three major areas: planning (urban and ecological), contemporary creation and culture, and tourism. By gathering artist-walkers, groups of inhabitants and architect-builders, Le Bureau des guides works to continue and develop the adventure of the GR2013 trail through its various projects.
Parc la Barasse
SALON DU SALON
SALON DU SALON is a publishing house and project space dedicated to contemporary art.
Since December 2013, SALON DU SALON has been working with artists and curators to develop exhibition proposals. The forms and development of the collaborations are based upon the projects themselves, and have included publishing, conservation, performance art, research, residencies, and more.
SALON DU SALON is part of the Marseille Expos network of galleries and contemporary art spaces.
21 avenue du Prado
Cabanon Vertical is a multi-disciplinary collective that combines applied and visual arts. It questions the place of the individual in the urban space, its uses and its freedom to act. Founder Olivier Bedu and his platform for collective action envisage architecture as an experimental territory, whose forms are open to the uses and appropriation of a place. Self-construction is a starting point for a poetic and active approach to space. The appropriation of public space through the invention of a sculpture-place is today the main aesthetic goal.
Cité Bel Air
93 rue de la République
93 rue de la République