France Culture
The radio station for all French regions and all forms of knowledge, France Culture supports numerous high-caliber cultural and scientific events every year, and broadcasts from location in order to be at the very heart of the news.
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Psychologies Magazine
Psychologies Magazine, the reference for “living a better life,” approaches culture in all its forms, because its 2,650,000 readers are in search of knowledge. The DNA of Psychologies lies in its openness to others and its invitation to experience intense exchanges and human experiences. The vision of Ron Mueck is an opening on life. This is why Psychologies is naturally positioned to support this exhibition at the Fondation Cartier.

Euronews is proud to partner with the Foundation Cartier and confirms its commitment to all cultures. Euronews produces weekly magazines dedicated to art, cinema, science, and education. Europe’s most-watched news channel, Euronews provides rolling coverage of world news and is available in 12 language services. The channel can be watched in 155 countries, and delivers a complete range of products (websites, mobile applications, smart TV, radio, etc.).

Le Figaro
Le Figaro, the number one general interest national daily newspaper in France, reserves a privileged spot every day for culture and art, in its third supplement called “Et Vous”, in the Figaroscope published on Wednesdays, and in the Figaro Magazine published on Fridays. Online, in addition to its weekly broadcasts of music and film such as “le live” and “le clap,” the Figaro Group innovatively offers a digital platform that is dedicated to the art market,, providing enriched editorial content as well as the possibility to bid online.
The Figaro Group is pleased to be associated with the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain and support the exhibition Ron Mueck.

Télérama is very happy to support the exhibitions at the Fondation Cartier, a Parisian center for encounters with contemporary creation. Ignoring the visual arts would in fact be unthinkable for a magazine that seeks to make all the cultures that make up culture as accessible as possible. For years, Olivier Cena has written a chronicle devoted to the visual arts and three pages, “Arts and Forms,” enrich his approach with regard to design and architecture.
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