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Art dans la Cité Partners

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation(www.SNF.org) is one of the world’s leading private international philanthropic organization, making grants in the areas of arts and culture, education, health and sports, and social welfare. The Fondation funds organizations and projects that are expected to achieve a broad, lasting and positive impact for society at large focusing on vulnerable groups such as children and the elderly, and also exhibit strong leadership and sound management.

The aim of the nehs Dominique Bénéteau Foundation, launched in 2019, is to encourage and foster dialogue and collaboration between women and men, patients, families, care professionals, and caregivers. It leads or supports initiatives that breathe life into people’s lives so that together they act to make health accessible to all, better prevent, live or face difficult situations, work and build quality links.

The Keyrus Foundation aims to develop the entrepreneurial spirit, promote the sciences of education, and promote access to culture. It places innovation at the heart of its actions by supporting innovative and supportive community projects. These actions are organized around 3 major themes – Entrepreneurship & Digital Professions – Science & Education – Art & Culture.

Ministère de la Culture. Direction générale de la création artistique. Sous-direction de la Diffusion Artistique et des Publics. Bureau des pratiques et de l’éducation artistiques et culturelles.

BATIGERE foundation’s aim is to act on its territories by supporting actions favoring equal opportunities, economic development and social bond.

Bouygues Telecom Foundation has 3 areas of intervention in France : solidarity, culture and environment. The Fondation supports major projects majeurs in each of these areas.

The Air France Foundation’s vocation is to support projects in favor of children and Young patients, disabled or in great difficulty, in France and in the countries where Air France is present.

The purpose of the Resah is to support the performance research of health, medico-social and social sector stakeholders by professionalizing their purchases and the logistics associated with them, by pooling the necessary resources to this support. The focus of innovation is to bring innovative and high value-added projects to patients and healthcare staff.

Ipsen Group ranks third in the french pharmaceutical industry . Marc de Garidel, Président non-executive Chairman of the group is president of the G5 and of the sector commity. Beyond its offer of care, Ipsen’s mission is to innovate for the patients throughout their care Journey

APICIL Foundation allows emergence of innovative and human programs to improve the management of pain in France.

The “Archipel des Utopies” ‘aim is to help starting projects of general interest in social field.

Other partners:

Commission Européenne -Programme Culture, Fédération Européenne des Hôpitaux (HOPE), Fédération Hospitalière de France, Assistance Publique Hôpitaux de Paris, Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, CNC, Ministère de la Santé, Région Ile de France, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Paris, Ville de Paris- Label Paris Europe, Ville de Turku (Finlande), Comunidad de Madrid, Regione Veneto, Lefranc & Bourgeois, Galerie Charlot, Fondation de France, Fondation Orange, Fondation SFR, Générali Atout Soleil, Fondation Alberici-Octalfa, Fondation Roche, GlaxoSmithKline, Air Liquide Santé

Hospitals

*Abroad:

Aglaia Kyriakou Children Hospital, Athens, Johns Hopkins Children Center Baltimore, USA, Clinique pédiatrique de Ljubljana (Slovénie), National Hospital Tokushima (Japon), Hôpital Gregorio Maranon, Hôpital San Rafael, La Paz, Nino Jesus, à Madrid (Espagne), Hôpital La Sapienza-Umberto I et Bambino Gesu à Rome, Clinique Santa-Maria à Lisbonne, East Grampians Aratat Hospital (Australie), Royal Hospital for Sick Children à Glasgow (Ecosse), AZ VUB et Hôpital Erasme à Bruxelles, Clinique pédiatrique de Varsovie (Pologne), Clinique Psychiatrique de Cluj-Napoca (Roumanie), Bruck-an-der Mur Hospital (Autriche), Hôpital Kaskenlinna à Turku (Finlande), etc.

* France:

Paris : Hôpital Armand Trousseau, Hôpital Foch, Hôpital de la Pitié-Salpêtrière à Paris, Hôpital Necker-Enfants malades, Hôpital Bretonneau, Hôpital Bichat-Claude Bernard, Hôpital Sainte-Anne, Institut Mutualiste Montsouris, Hôpital Saint-Joseph, Hôpital Sainte-Périne, Hôpital Antoine Béclère à Clamart, HPR de Bullion, Hôpital Paul Brousse à Villejuif, CTP Margency, CH Sud Francilien à Evry, CH René Dubos à Pontoise, Hôpital Charles Richet à Villiers-le-Bel, Hôpital Arthur Gardiner à Dinard, Centre d’accueil et de soins psychothérapiques à Colmar, Hôpital de Rouffach, de Port Louis Riantec, Centre Hospitalier de Bonifacio, Corse du Sud, CHU de Nantes, Hôpital La Timone et Sainte Marguerite à Marseille, de Chambéry, d’Annecy, CHU de Nice, Centre Léon Bérard à Lyon , etc.

Artists

Louise Mercadier, Santiago Torres, Adrien Garcia, Olivier Baudelocque, Efrath Bouana, Clemens Hollerer, Jota Castro, Kader Attia, Olivier Masmonteil, Dominik Lejman, Michael Fliri, Hugo Verlinde, , Carlito Dalceggio, Nicolas Sordello, Raphaël Isdant, Léopoldine Roux, Marc Couturier, Loïc Loeiz Hamon, Sylvie Denet, Damijan Kracina, Lise Couzinier, Mar Cobos, Pietro Ruffo, Megumi Ishibashi, Alice Baillaud, Jean-Pierre Brazs, Midi6, Mariana Ramos, Maria Teresa Silva, Pepa Rueda, Annie Ratti, Anne Gorouben, Janie Nicoll, Julieta Hanono, Harald Fernagu, Catherine Benas, Catherine Claeye, Virginie Bailly, , Zaza Noah, Tomaz Tomazin, Graham Stevens, Sylvain Soussan, Szilard Miklos, Denes Miklosi, Olivier Debré etc.