As part of the “Réinventer La Seine” call for proposals, Fluctuart will be open in spring 2019 at the Pont des Invalides. The principle? An 850-square-meter floating urban art center open to all!
Mairie de Paris has recently unveiled the laureate of the “Réinventer La Seine” call for proposals. For example, if the Groupe Noctis will propose the Cabaret Electro in 2018, a brand-new place on the right abutment of the Pont Alexandre III, other concepts as innovating, will soon be created like the Fluctuart.
Supported by Géraud Boursin, Nicolas Laugero Lasserre and Eric Philippon, conceived by Seine Design and in partnership with Artistik Rezo, Fluctuart is the world’s first floating urban art center!
To discover in spring 2019, at the foot of the Pont des Invalides, facing the Grand Palais, Fluctuart will be entirely dedicated to street art. The 850-meter-square will span three stories.
Free and open to all and all year long, this art center will bring together the greatest street artists. The public will be invited to discover artists from different backgrounds, from the Grand Palais, from France or from all over the world, no matter they are young emerging artists, historical pioneers like Futura 2000 or world-famous artists such as Shepard Fairy and Invader.
Visitors will also be offered to access to the origin of the movement thanks to documents and archives about the greatest exhibitions and projects related to street art.
Both urban museum and cultural platform 2.0., platform and residence for young talents, Fluctuart will offer a rich and varied program:
The concept of this floating building is a genuine challenge. Fluctuart wishes to offer a solution totally modular spanning three stories, 40-m long and 11,40-m wide.
You are all expected in spring 2019 to discover the world’s first floating urban art center!
Fluctuart – opening in spring 2019
Port du Gros Caillou, 75007 Paris
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