LE MONDE AFRIQUE
As of January 6, 2015, Le Monde extends beyond its borders with the creation of Monde Afrique, a website dedicated to becoming the leading Francophone and Pan-African media outlet. It will ensure that the richness and diversity of the 54 countries of the African continent are reflected through its political, economic, societal, and cultural insights, all with the values of accuracy and impartiality of Le Monde. Thus Le Monde Afrique is thrilled to partner with the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain for the Malick Sidibé, Mali Twist exhibition and to share its keen interest in African culture with its audience, in this case with a focus on Mali.

Find out more › lemonde.fr/afrique

RFI / FR24
Global radio station RFI, the trilingual continuous news channel France 24, and the universal Arabic language radio station Monte Carlo Doualiya are very pleased to be partners of the Malick Sidibé,
Mali Twist
exhibition at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. Media outlets from the France Médias Monde group have always been dedicated to supporting and promoting classical and contemporary music by African artists. An in-depth exploration of the work of the famous photographer will be broadcast worldwide to RFI, France 24 and MCD listeners, viewers and online visitors. Their journalists and unique network of correspondents of France Médias Monde offer accessible news on the world, cultural diversity and points of view, broadcast around the world from Paris in 14 languages through their newspapers, reports, magazines and debates.

Find out more › rfi.fr
› france24.com
› mc-doualiya.com

LIBÉRATION
Attentive to all forms of culture and placing great emphasis on photography, Libération is pleased to be supporting the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain via the Malick Sidibé, Mali Twist exhibition. Every day, Libération publishes a cultural overview in the paper and online, often highlighting events on the front page of the paper. This daily paper also includes a culture section every Saturday containing 26 pages. Through its special supplements, Libération is involved in all the major festivals and artistic events (Arles, Avignon, Cannes, etc.). Libération, the daily newspaper with an emphasis on culture.

Find out more › liberation.fr

TV5MONDE
As a platform for multifaceted expression, cultural diversity and different points of view, the leading worldwide French language cultural channel TV5MONDE is pleased to be supporting the Malick Sidibé, Mali Twist exhibition. Now more than ever, Africa is at the heart of TV5MONDE, which is this year celebrating the 25th anniversary of its TV5MONDE Afrique channel. Not content with bringing the world to Africa and Africans to each other, TV5MONDE also brings Africa, its artists and their work to the rest of the world, wherever it is broadcast (320 million households in 200 countries). Discover the videos dedicated to this great Malian photographer.

Find out more › tv5monde.com

LES INROCKUPTIBLES
Les inRocKuptibles are pleased to be supporting the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain via the Malick Sidibé, Mali Twist exhibition. With a weekly magazine and website devoted to news and culture, Les inRocKuptibles and inrocks.com shed light on and analyze the news through culture.

Find out more › lesinrocks.com

Non-media partners

1:54
: With annual editions in London, New York and Marrakech, 1:54 is the leading international art fair dedicated to contemporary art from Africa and its diaspora. Drawing reference to the fifty-four countries that constitute the African continent, 1:54 is a sustainable and dynamic platform that is engaged in contemporary dialogue and exchange.
Initiated by Touria El Glaoui in 2013, 1:54 London 2017 marks its fifth consecutive edition at Somerset House. Launching its first edition on the African continent, 1:54 arrives in Marrakech between the 24-45 February 2018 at La Mamounia and returns to Pioneer Works in New York 4-6 May 2018.

Find out more › 1-54.com

AKAA – Also Known As Africa
Following the success of its first edition in 2016, AKAA – Also Known As Africa – will be back from November 10-12, 2017 at the Carreau du Temple.
AKAA is the first and only art fair in France devoted to contemporary art and design from Africa. The enthusiasm for this artistic scene has been confirmed this year by the numerous events all over France dedicated to contemporary art from Africa. AKAA is clearly the annual Parisian rendez-vous for this new art market. The theme of Les Rencontres AKAA 2017 directed by fair curator, Salimata Diop will be: Healing .

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