Media partners

Télérama enjoys talking about its interest, preferences and excitement about artists and their work. It does this by publishing reviews and articles in a weekly magazine and posting regular updates on its website. By organizing big events to get its readers interested and excited. By forming partnerships with leading advocates of the art world, like the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain with the exhibition Autophoto. We believe that the best ways to stay grounded in difficult times, forget about your troubles and gain a fresh outlook on the future is by seeing, discovering and exploring from a viewpoint that transcends time and looks into the infinitely unique spirit of creative talent.
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ARTE is a public cultural channel that provides a European angle on and insights into current events in the changing world around us. Its program lineup focuses on creativity, diversity and new ideas, like independent films, groundbreaking series, live performances, informative shows, cultural documentaries, education and science, investigative reporting and history. ARTE delves into all genres! ARTE is delighted to be involved in the exhibition Autophoto presented at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain.
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GQ has been the leading men’s fashion and lifestyle media brand since 2008. In the monthly magazine and on its website, GQ observes and makes sense of today’s world with objectivity, eloquence and humor for a readership of 3 million.
GQ also has a strong penchant for cars and the latest mechanical trends. GQ partners with major automotive events in France and publishes monthly articles on the best in motor vehicle news. Thanks to the racing driving prowess of our reporter Le Tone, it has even entered the Caterham Roadsport race with a car in the magazine’s colors. So of course the editorial team was enthused about the exhibition Autophoto organized by Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain featuring almost 500 photographs, and we will be publishing a stunning selection of them in our April issue.
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The standard in photojournalism for over 65 years, Paris Match wanted to be a partner of the intrepid and pioneering exhibition Autophoto with an in-depth look at humans and the automotive world presented by Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. Since photography is now the most universal language there is — a language constantly being enriched by the talent of artists — the particular exhibit traces a history in images meant to be shared. Find Paris Match every Thursday at newsstands and 24/7 online at
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Every Wednesday, Le Figaro publishes a guide to Paris and the Ile-de-France area called Figaroscope that features the best in cultural happenings like restaurants, films, exhibits and plays. The Figaro Group also has a digital platform exclusively for the art market at offering enhanced editorial content and an online auction house. Le Figaro is delighted to be involved in the exhibition Autophoto presented at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain.
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As the leading global streaming news media site, franceinfo has 160 journalists that report and analyze current events while focusing on a single objective to provide reliable information 24/7 on all devices so people can form objective and independent opinions. Exclusive investigations and reports, expert analysis and insight, franceinfo covers all the major events in France and around the world in a constant effort to better understand the news and share it with the public at large.
Since September 2016, franceinfo has provided groundbreaking live coverage featuring the most important news events through its revamped radio station, hard-hitting digital content and a new digital TV channel on Canal 27. Franceinfo is pleased to be involved in the exhibition Autophoto presented at the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain. Responsive, innovative, comprehensive, accurate, informative.
Franceinfo: deux points ouvrez l’info (the news from every angle).
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Non-media partners
SNCF Gares & Connexions is partnering with Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain and showing an extension of the exhibition Autophoto in the Gare de Paris Montparnasse train station. From April 5 to May 31, people visiting and passing through will be given an exclusive opportunity to see photographs that Joel Meyerowitz took from the driver’s seat. Fleeting street scenes and pictures that reveal how the American artist turned the car into a novel piece of photography equipment.
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