"The Journey is the destination" is Memo's motto: the time of the journey is an integral part of the experience, it is essential for the encounter with beauty to occur. Creating a perfume is part of the same movement; it is also a matter of patience and high standards in order to achieve the desired olfactory landscape. It is faithful to this vision of beauty that Memo redraws the map of a sensitive world rich in emotions, by creating a unique olfactory world map.
Reference publication in France for the knowledge of the plastic arts, the magazine Art Absolument was founded in 2002 with the vocation of showing the diversity of artists (in France and in the world), contributing to the recognition – or rediscovery – of works sometimes underestimated, strong in the conviction that the history of art is written in the long term and in the displacement of cultures and individuals.
The association ARTAÏS Art contemporain, created in 2007, independent and recognized of general interest, aims to support young artistic creation in France and its dissemination to audiences of all ages and socio-professional categories, initiated or not, in a friendly intergenerational approach.
Artpress (AP), bilingual English/French, is the international reference magazine in the world of contemporary art. He bases his reputation on the rigour of his choices, which he deploys through in-depth articles, interviews, dossiers, thematic chronicles and exhibition reviews. For 50 years, artpress ' editorial mission has been to offer a critical and reflective approach to contemporary creation, its news and its actors.
Arts in the City is the independent magazine that guides and guides the public in its cultural outings, everywhere in France, without artistic divide: free exhibitions, events for young audiences, hidden places in our regions. The magazine breaks down barriers in the world of the arts by bringing together shows, theatres, museums, monuments and cinemas on its pages. It highlights an uninhibited, accessible and playful vision of culture. The magazine is accompanied by a YouTube channel that offers videos that decipher the most beautiful exhibitions of the moment in two minutes.
A reference that has become essential in the press dedicated to the arts, Beaux Arts Magazine deals with all the artistic and cultural news in France and abroad. In more than thirty years of existence, the monthly magazine has been able to retain an informed public and guide the uninitiated to help them become true art enthusiasts. Fine Arts, art like you won't see anywhere else. Since 1983, Beaux Arts Magazine has been telling the story of the art of yesterday, today and tomorrow. In the monthly magazine or on its website, it offers a resolutely committed point of view to shed new light on works and artists, accessible to all audiences. It is currently the undisputed leader of the artistic and cultural press in France, with 40,000 subscribers and a 2022 ACPM circulation of 72,000 copies. In 2016, Beaux Arts Magazine became an entity of Beaux-Arts & Cie, a platform for cultural content and services created the same year by Frédéric Jousset. Since the arrival of Solenne Blanc in 2017 as Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of developments, the group has expanded with the creation of beauxarts.com, the acquisition of Le Quotidien de l'Art, the first digital professional daily, and Point Parole, the reference for tour guides for museums.
The development of Beaux Arts & Cie did not stop there. With the acquisition in 2019 of Artips, designing anecdotes and general knowledge trails for large audiences, and then in 2020 of Museum Experts, organizer of the SITEM and MUSEVA trade fairs, the group has further expanded its range of missions.
Challenges has a long history that makes us the leading business magazine at your side. A history based first and foremost on our independence, guaranteed by a charter that makes "the defence of an open, humanist and progressive economy" the foundation of our editorial line. A story that pushed us to defend our desire to inform you when certain powers wanted to hinder it. For you, the readers, who trust us. But Challenges is also about the values of enthusiasm that we want to bring to life with all entrepreneurs. Values of criticism, too, when it seems to us that capitalism is going astray.
Challenges is above all a passion for the diversity of information, whether it is confidential news or well-argued dossiers, portraits without secrecy or "Truths" without forgetting, every day, on our applications and our challenges.fr website, every week, in our magazine in print and digital version.
Since 1952, Connaissance des Arts has been providing essential reference points for a better understanding of art from all periods, from archaeology to contemporary creation, including design and architecture. From the pen of the best journalists and experts, discover all the latest news on art, exhibitions, heritage and the art market. It is available on all media: a monthly magazine (11 issues per year), special issues, a website, newsletters and on social networks.
Esse arts + opinions, published three times a year by Les éditions Esse, is a bilingual contemporary art journal covering various artistic practices including visual arts, performing arts, digital arts and all forms of social, site-specific or performative interventions. She favors analyses that approach art in relation to the context in which it takes place. Interested in social issues, ethical reflections and the major changes that result from them, Esse arts + opinions regularly reaffirms its mandate as a committed journal.
FUKT Magazine is an award-winning annual publication entirely dedicated to contemporary drawing and illustration. Filled with artists' interviews, essays, and artworks, it acts as a platform and laboratory for international emerging and established artists. With a distinctive visual emphasis, each issue revolves around a particular theme. The magazine was established in Norway in 1999 by the visual artist and editor Bjørn Hegardt. Now based in Oslo and Berlin, it comes without ads and with a unique cover by the creative director Ariane Spanier who co-edits and designs the magazine.
Founded in 1891 and internationally recognized, La Gazette Drouot is the reference magazine for art and its market. With its elegant and contemporary layout, it offers a wealth of editorial content to cover, every week, the best of the art, heritage and exhibition market news. Interviews, analyses, investigations and legal points complement the announcements and auction results, which remain the DNA of the title. The essential weekly magazine for amateurs, collectors and professionals offers its subscribers, on www.gazette-drouot.com, a PDF version available from Thursday morning and all the articles published.
Created in 2004, KIBLIND Magazine is a quarterly magazine dedicated to contemporary illustration and current visual arts. Each issue is free and designed as a beautiful object that explores a theme through editorial content and original creations by French and international illustrators. KIBLIND Magazine is distributed in the main cities of France.
KIBLIND is also a creative community on social networks and events around contemporary illustration. More info: @kiblind_magazine
L'Œil is the monthly art magazine for enthusiasts and curious amateurs who want to explore all periods and territories of art with a resolutely contemporary eye. What if you opened L'Œil to talk about art?
Every other Friday, Le Journal des Arts is the go-to reading for art professionals and its market. Like them, find in its pages its news, investigations, analyses and reports to know and understand everything about the art world.
A label of influence for 40 years, Madame Figaro is a global and multi-media brand.
It is distributed every Friday in Le Figaro's weekend pack and also has a digital expression through its website, app and social accounts.
The Madame Figaro brand brings together 7.5 million people every month » Source ACPM ONE NEXTGLOBAL 2023 S2
The Madame Figaro website recorded 5 million unique visitors in December 2023 (source: Médiamétrie), has 15 million visits and 25 million video views per month, on all devices.
Created in 2011, Le Quotidien de l'Art is the first digital daily newspaper on art and its actors. It is designed every day by a team of specialized journalists, and by a network of leading French and international contributors. It thus has a unique responsiveness combined with the best expertise. The Daily gives the main news of the day, with announcements, appointments and results of key market moments (sales, fairs, etc.), as well as preview reports of exhibitions in museums, galleries, art centres, schools, foundations and associations.
Roven is an annual (since 2015) critical journal on contemporary drawing, founded by Johana Carrier and Marine Pagès, published by Roven éditions.
Drawing occupies a very important place in the international contemporary art landscape today. The practice of drawing is relayed by institutions or individuals who dedicate their collections to it, by specialized fairs and galleries, by thematic exhibitions. In this strong context, Roven is the first French critical journal to dedicate its content to contemporary drawing.
Free, curious, festive and creative, Radio Nova is a pioneering medium that has been inviting visitors to discover many emerging talents on the international music and cultural scene since its founding in 1981.
A reference media in the art world, The Art Newspaper allows you to decipher, analyze and deepen the major artistic topics and issues, every month on newsstands and every day online.
An editorial and curatorial platform dedicated to contemporary drawing, The Drawer has been publishing and designing since 2011 a drawing magazine, monographic works, artists' books and exhibitions.