The France-Romania 2019 Season ended in France on 16 April, and continues in Romania until 14 July 2019. French culture will be showcased there through its visual and stage arts, gastronomy and music...a look back at the highlights from France and a look foward to the opening of the season in...
Julia Grosse and Yvette Mutumba breathe new life into the world of contemporary art: based in Berlin, they design exhibitions and founded the magazine Contemporary And, a demanding print and digital publication whose aim is to “connect cultures”.
Aristide Tarnagda is an author and winner at the Avignon Festival, a director, a comedian, and director of the Les Récréâtrales festival in Burkina Faso. He is a "performing arts" sectoral expert for the Africa2020 Season.
Pablo Gershanik is the 2019 Institut français/Cité internationale des Arts resident. An actor and director, he is the creator of the project Quatre Vingt Balles dans l’Aile and Maquettes Intimes, an investigative-creative process through which the artist examines resilience in art and the link...
From 6 to 16 June 2019, the Prague Quadriennial, a landmark event in theatre design and architecture, celebrates its 50th anniversary. For the occasion, France made its big comeback after 16 years of absence, under the direction of director Philippe Quesne.
Its inauguration scheduled for 8 June 2019 will be the starting point for a new artistic and cultural impetus in Senegal and throughout sub-Saharan Africa. A first call for applications was launched in the spring.
Séverine Fontaine founded the IKB company and has produced many theatrical and performance experiments. Passionate about the diversity of human beings, she explores the themes of the difficulty of existing in the world, loneliness, childhood and the end of life.
Created in 2002 at the Bordeaux National Opera, co-produced by the Lorraine National Opera and the Caen Theatre, Don Giovanni, directed by Laurent Laffargue, will close the Croisements Festival 2019 in China.
Somewhere between the end of the Indochina War and the twilight of the twentieth century, Caroline Guiela Nguyen brings us the stories of Vietnamese exiles. The dramatist draws out a gentle, colourful melodrama from these voices.