The Marais is a historic district of Paris, rich in culture and heritage. And it attracts visitors from all over the world. Here are some reasons why you should consider renting your space in the Marais this summer.
Find the first part of our article here.
A cultural district
The Marais is also known for its museums, galleries and art centers, making this neighborhood a highly cultural place. By renting a space in the Marais for your cultural event, you can benefit from the notoriety and influence of this iconic neighborhood. In addition, the proximity of these cultural institutions can attract visitors interested in your event. Here are some of this summer’s notable exhibitions.
Picasso by Paul Smith exhibition at the Picasso Museum
Rediscover the museum’s collection with the exhibition “Celebration Picasso, the collection takes colors!“. The opportunity to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the death of one of the most famous painters in history. For this event, the British designer Paul Smith is in charge of the artistic direction and participates in designing an original display all in color. To be discovered until August 27.
Starck at the Carnavalet Museum
Also until August 27, it is the renowned designer Philippe Starck who invites himself to the Carnavalet Museum. With the exhibition “Paris is Pataphysical“, he “invites the public of the museum to embark on a land navigation, from Paris to Paris, his home town. The journey is original, surprising, oscillating between reality and imagination”. An opportunity to attract design fans to your nearby showroom?
Two exhibitions at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie
At the MEP, two new exhibitions are starting in June. With the first major French exhibition of the visual artist Maya Rochat: “Poetry of the Earth” on the one hand. And “I see you” by the Dutch video artist Rineke Dijkstra.
The first “creates visual montages with highly saturated colors in which natural motifs and abstract painting merge” by playing with photographs of minerals and plants. The second one proposes four of its most important video installations on one floor. Enough to interest the contemporary art lovers.
Vasantha Yogananthan’s New Orleans at the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation
Finally, the photographer Vasantha Yogananthan offers a unique vision of New Orleans with his series Mystery Street, between documentary photography and fiction. A unique testimony of the city during the summer.
The Marais is a neighborhood full of unique spaces that can offer an original touch to your events. Spaces such as art galleries, courtyards, mansions, lofts, artists’ studios and apartments transformed into event spaces can bring a special dimension to your event. And these spaces also offer the opportunity to customize your event to your taste and style.
A central location
Le Marais is located in the heart of Paris, making it an accessible location for all visitors to the city. With metro and bus stops nearby, as well as plenty of parking, your event or pop-up store will be easily accessible to people from all parts of the city.
Conclusion part 2
All in all, renting a space in the Marais for your event or pop-up store can be a great decision to take advantage of the unique atmosphere and reputation of this neighborhood. With unique spaces, a central location, cultural life and an attractive range of activities, the Marais is a wise choice for any company looking for an exceptional venue for its event, pop-up store or showroom.