Studio des Acacias by Mazarine

Studio des Acacias by Mazarine is an artistic and exhibition space in a historical venue in the center of Paris, located near Place de l’Étoile. This unique 6500 sqft cultural place welcomes and presents to the public the works of artists supported by Reiffers Art Initiatives.
Studio des Acacias by Mazarine
30, rue des Acacias, 75017 Paris
Tel:+33 (0)1 58 05 49 83
 - Studio<br />des Acacias by Mazarine<br /><span>Paris</span>
 - Studio<br />des Acacias by Mazarine<br /><span>Paris</span>
Studio des Acacias by Mazarine is a home for artists. On 6500 sqft, it welcomes and presents to the public the work of artists supported by Reiffers Art Initiatives.
Since the 1960s, this mythical photo studio has hosted the greatest artists and photographers: Guy Bourdin, Richard Avedon, Irving Penn, Peter Lindbergh, Jean Baptiste Mondino... More recently, in the 1990s, it was home to the famous Studio Harcourt and the shootings of many personalities.
In 2014, the Studio des Acacias by Mazarine was reborn and regained its artistic vocation. Laboratory and catalyst of ideas, it is a space dedicated to artistic experimentation.
The Studio des Acacias <em>by</em> Mazarine will host Reiffers Art Initiatives projects twice a year.

The Studio des Acacias by Mazarine will host Reiffers Art Initiatives projects twice a year.

Studio des Acacias by Mazarine hosts Reiffers Art Initiatives projects twice a year : in October during the FIAC fair with the exhibition of the mentorship programme, in spring with the “group show” exhibition, echoing the creative force of the new contemporary French generation.
The Studio des Acacias <em>by</em> Mazarine is an exhibition space on 3 levels, dedicated to artistic experimentation.

The Studio des Acacias by Mazarine is an exhibition space on 3 levels, dedicated to artistic experimentation.

Historical studio, it has welcomed, since the 60s, the greatest photographers. In 2014, the Studio des Acacias by Mazarine was reborn and rediscovered its artistic vocation. Laboratory and catalyst of ideas, it is both a place of exhibition for the contemporary art scene and a studio for photo, video and digital production.
Numerous artistic collaborations have been presented to the public in the last 5 years.

Numerous artistic collaborations have been presented to the public in the last 5 years.

In 2014, the Studio enjoyed a new lease of life as its artistic purpose was rekindled. Entirely renovated,
the studio became an exhibition space and presents the creations of established and emerging artists:
Mark Handforth (2014), Rashid Johnson (2015), Matthew Day Jackson (2015), Benjamin Millepied (2017),
Barbara Kruger (2017), Laure Prouvost (2018), Jean-Baptiste Mondino (2019) and Raphaël Barontini (2021).