Sign of change

Early Work at Orsay: an encounter between generations

Contemporary Art | A year after its foundation, Early Work has become an important actor in the promotion of emerging young artists; providing a bridge that eases the passage between art school and the first steps towards visibility as an artist.

Early Work au Musée d’Orsay © Early Work
1 / 10
Early Work au Musée d’Orsay
© Early Work

A watershed for developing artists, this online platform which works across art schools, is today confronting the challenge of establishing a real-world presence, notably through a partnership with the prestigious Μusée d’Orsay. A win-win for both parties : Orsay adopts a strategy to rejuvenate its audience while Early Work establishes itself in the outside world. Furthermore, the experience of being exhibited in a prominent museum benefits the training of the apprentice artists; providing a space where they encounter the reality of the art scene. […]

You have 75% of the article to read ...

This article is free to read.
To continue reading it…

Subscribe
FREE
To our newsletter

Have you already subscribed to our newsletter?
Please enter your e-mail address

Read also

Suivez-nous sur FacebookSuivez-nous sur TwitterSuivez-nous sur LinkedInSuivez-nous sur InstagramContactSearch

Version française

Early Work au Musée d’Orsay © Early Work Early Work au Musée d’Orsay © Early Work Early Work au Musée d’Orsay © Early Work Early Work au Musée d’Orsay © Early Work Grzegorz Loznikow, Masters VII, 2016 © Grzegorz Loznikow & Early Work Jonas Bouleau, Polyphemus, 2016 © Jonas Bouleau & Early Work Thomas Péan, Renaissance de Vénus, 2016 © Thomas Péan & Early Work Romain Vicari, Wallpainting I, 2014 © Romain Vicari & Early Work Louis Granet, Untitled, 2016 © Louis Granet & Early Work Sarah Bahr, Sujet zéro version privée, 2011 © Sarah Bahr & Early Work

Early Work au Musée d’Orsay
© Early Work

« 1 / 10 » ×


©

×