Ouvert en 2010, notre bureau de liaison à Shanghai s’engage à promouvoir les échanges culturels et la collaboration artistique entre la Suisse et la Chine continentale, Hong Kong, Macao et Taïwan.
Notre équipe locale d’expertes et experts facilite et encourage les rencontres professionnelles entre ces scènes artistiques, dans toutes les disciplines soutenues par Pro Helvetia. Nous tissons des liens avec les institutions organisatrices et développons des partenariats pérennes avec des plateformes pertinentes pour encourager la promotion et la diffusion de la création artistique de Suisse dans la région. Par le biais de nos résidences et voyages de recherche, nous favorisons les échanges culturels depuis la Suisse vers la région, et vice versa.
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Nos résidences partenaires
Vous trouverez ci-dessous une liste des résidences partenaires dans la région. Ce réseau diversifié évolue constamment en réponse à la situation dynamique de la région. Situées dans des centres urbains ou des zones rurales, nos institutions partenaires couvrent tout un éventail de disciplines et de formats, que ce soit dans des espaces fixes ou dans le contexte de plateformes ouvertes. Les artistes qui postulent pour une résidence peuvent préciser l’organisation qui leur correspond le mieux. Veuillez noter qu’en cas de sélection, l’institution partenaire peut changer en fonction de la disponibilité.
Liste des résidences partenaires sous forme de tableau
|Hong Kong, China
|1a space, founded in 1998, is an independent, non-profit making contemporary visual art organization and art venue founded by a collective of Hong Kong artworkers. Currently located at Cattle Depot, 1a space aims to promote the making, experimentation, exchange and dissemination of contemporary art both in Hong Kong and in the international arena. Over two decades, 1a space has developed into one of Hong Kong’s leading contemporary art organizations. It has produced more than 160 exhibitions and activities, and has been active in international exchanges, cultural festivals, participatory community art, as well as art education and publication. The operation funding of 1a space has been supported by grants and donations, while its administration cost is partially supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.
|A4 art Museum
|Founded in March 2008 and has held 37 contemporary art exhibitions and over 500 educational events since. Located in Chengdu’s Luxelakes Eco-City in a structure designed by architect Antoine Predock. Works to promote outstanding artists and the pioneering development of contemporary art.
|ACENTRICSPACE is an artist-run space and residency based in Zhujiajiao, Shanghai. As the name “Acentric” suggests, they strive to provide a creative space and exchange platform for contemporary artists without restrictions and boundaries. ACENTRICSPACE is dedicated to showcasing contemporary art exhibitions, and artists in residence and providing workshops for the public, etc. In addition, ACENTRICSPACE encourages collaboration between international artists and local artists in contemporary Chinese society; where multicultural expression sparks fresh perspectives and ideas.
|BY ART MATTERS
|BY ART MATTERS is a contemporary art museum located in the OōEli campus, designed and built by Renzo Piano Workshop. BY ART MATTERS RESIDENCY launched in 2021. It is a non-profit artist residency centre, a residency program under BY ART MATTERS museum. It offers residencies to emerging contemporary artists and researchers around the world and provides them with a dynamic space for living, working, showing and sharing, in order to encourage and support the growth of local and international contemporary art. An experienced academic committee from the museum will provide professional, objective support for the residents and help them develop their practice.
|Chronus Art Center
|China’s first nonprofit art organization dedicated to the presentation, research, creation and scholarship of media art. CAC with its exhibitions, residency-oriented fellowships, lectures and workshop programs and through its archiving and publishing initiatives, creates a multifaceted and vibrant platform for the discourse, production and dissemination of media art in a global context.
|Visual Arts esp. with new media focus
|Chinese European Art Center
|For more than twelve years, the Chinese European Art Center has hosted and premiered international artists from all over the world. With studios, exhibitions, contemporary film festivals, concerts, lectures, workshops and an artists-in-residence program, the CEAC plays a central role in southeast China’s cultural landscape.
|DRC.12 – Changbai Mountains Residency Program (CMRP)
|Changbai Mountain, China
|The artist-in-residence program aims to prompt critical debate on issues such as the current narratives of the nation and state, and the exploitation and destruction of natural resources from a historical perspective through studying the society, culture, ethnicity, and history of the Changbai Mountains and the surrounding northeast region. The program attempts to integrate DRC No.12’s focus on social critique and global geopolitical dynamics, and the cultural, historical, and artistic fieldwork of the Changbai Mountains region, producing exhibitions, discussions, publications, and other forms of knowledge from a contemporary art perspective. There are two resident artists or researchers in each period, one Chinese and one foreign, who will work together through discussion and research.
|House 141 is an artist residency program created by artist Wang Xin. Here, resident artists will have the opportunity to experience and participate in her unique practices of spiritual exploration, hypnosis, and meditation. The residency is located in the picturesque ancient town of Zhujiajiao in Shanghai, renowned for its distinctive cultural atmosphere. Artists are invited to immerse themselves in this tranquil setting, fostering their artistic pursuits while drawing inspiration from the cultural richness and natural beauty of the environment.
|Visual Arts, Music, Design
|Inside-Out Art Museum
|Located in the Xishan Cultural and Creative Boulevard in Beijing. With a focus on the critical viewpoint born out of cultural, historical and political relatedness instead of exclusiveness, they look within ourselves and promote dialogue with the cutting-edge art practices worldwide.
|Visual Arts, Performing Arts
|Founded in 2017, Making Space is located in Panyu, Guangzhou, near a neighborhood that has been going through a major transformation. Making Space opens to all who have the desire to express in an honest and concrete way, and wants to extend the boundaries of perception and knowledge via conversation and collaboration.
|An independent art organization made of artists and curators in cooperation. Started in 2007 and located within 501 Art Warehouse in Chongqing, with nearly 200 sqm studio residency and exhibition space. Organhaus is dedicated to the exploration of experimental and multi-media art focused on the progress of urbanization and globalization.
|Visual Arts, Performance
|“Is ‘Shan Shui’ Useful Today?” is the program by PARC Hangzhou, a three-year artist-led project, featuring a unique apartment adjacent to the West Lake. “Shan” (mountain) and “Shui” (water) is an important motif in various genres of Chinese art and literature, and also embodies a specific spiritual state and lifestyle. The project consists of two main components: “Curate·Act” and “Residence·Space”. “Curate·Act” takes place approximately every three months, focusing on the events, actions, and performances that occur between the curators and artists within the outdoor landscapes of West Lake in Hangzhou. “Residence·Space”provides a guest room within “PARC Hangzhou”for individuals from the cultural and artistic community who are interested in or related to the project to reside in. All cultural and artistic workers related to topics “Shan Shui,”such as nature, scenery, and the environment are welcome. This includes artists, designers, writers, musicians, performers, architects, environmentalists, gardeners, historians, cross-cultural comparison, anthropologists, and more.
|Po Leung Kuk
|Hong Kong, China
|Provides short-term residential services to local and overseas young artists, offering them a space for exchange, to inspire each other and explore the realms of creativity. Studio is located at a French-style historic building in Happy Valley, Hong Kong.
|Visual Arts, Music
|Shanghai Museum of Glass
|Hosts studios of leading artists in China practicing with video, installation, etc. Opened in 2011, the Shanghai Museum of Glass is listed as one of the three must-visit museums in China. This museum has presented impressive exhibitions over the past several years, from the academic glass art exhibition by domestic and international artists, the ancient glass themed exhibition, to « Keep It Glassy » series exhibition, and the cross-border “Annealing” series exhibition, started in 2015, fusing glass and contemporary art together mutually. In this museum, glass art and design crosses the border between time, space, culture and language, and is presented to the public audience in different cross-type forms.
|The studio gallery takes the artists’ actual work experience and real thoughts as its core value, supports the artist residence projects and topical exhibition programs. By means of long-term exchanges and dialogue with international artists and curators, studio gallery continues to initiate various topical exhibitions, research-based educational programs and publications.
|Surplus Space, a non-profit art space, was founded in 2015. Dedicated to accelerating cutting-edge academics at home and abroad, diversified art experiments and exhibitions, and academic researches and promotions. By means of curation, they explore the current frontier issues in social, cultural, political and artistic ecosystem fields, providing a good experimental platform and exhibition opportunities for young emerging artists. Through interdisciplinary, cross-media and rich public art education programs, they build a platform for cultural and artistic exchanges both domestically and internationally, to promote the development of contemporary art, and create a unique contemporary art atmosphere. During eight years, they have attracted many artists and institutions in China and from other countries, including the United States, France, Britain, Belgium, Latvia. They are keen to enrich the contemporary art ecology in Central China, bringing opportunities for more outstanding curators and artists through continuous efforts.
|Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Dance
|Three Shadows Photography Art Centre
|Beijing , China
|Situated in Beijing’s Caochangdi Art District, Three Shadows Photography Art Centre was China’s first independent organization specializing in contemporary art photography upon its founding. It was jointly founded by the influential Chinese contemporary photographer RongRong and his wife, the celebrated Japanese photographer Inri. Since June 2007, Three Shadows has become the country’s premiere platform for the presentation, promotion, discovery and international exchange of high-caliber photography. Three Shadows Photography Art Centre is comprised of two spaces, north and south: one is situated in Beijing’s Caochangdi Art District, while the other is located in Xinlinwan, Jimei District in the city of Xiamen in southern China. The Beijing location includes 4600 square meters of space and 2600 square meters of landscape architecture. The Xiamen location includes more than 3600 square meters of space. Aside from its exhibition spaces, Three Shadows Photography Art Centre also includes +3 Gallery, image production facilities (Xiamen location), a vast library (Xiamen location), a book store, and a cafe.
|Three Shadows Photography Art Centre
|Situated in Beijing’s Caochangdi Art District, Three Shadows Photography Art Centre was China’s first independent organization specializing in contemporary art photography upon its founding. It was jointly founded by the influential Chinese contemporary photographer Rong Rong and his wife, Japanese photographer Inri. Since 2007, Three Shadows has become the country’s premiere platform for the presentation, promotion, discovery and international exchange of high-caliber photography. Three Shadows is comprised of two spaces, north and south: one is situated in Beijing’s Caochangdi Art District, while the other is located in Xinlinwan, Jimei District in the city of Xiamen in southern China. The Beijing location includes 4600 square meters of space and 2600 square meters of landscape architecture. The Xiamen location includes more than 3600 square meters of space. Aside from its exhibition spaces, Three Shadows Photography Art Centre also includes +3 Gallery, image production facilities (Xiamen location), a vast library (Xiamen location), a book store, and a cafe.
|Guangzhou , China
|“Times 101” was first used as a community-based space during “The 5th Times Museum Community Art Festival”. Located in the village, “Times 101” is right next to “Huangbian Intelligence Station” co-built by Guangdong Times Museum and Qianhe Foundation. Although being smaller than 20 square meters, as a local project, in this 1.3-square-kilometer natural village, “Times 101” has been attached with significance of establishing connections: from a rather ‘exquisite’ art museum, design center and strictly-maintained middle-class residential communities, to Huangbian, which has been shrinking in size during the process of urbanization over the past 30 years and increasingly becoming ‘parallel’ to the former area. Artists are invited to this space for the purpose of seeking “coexistence”. Seeing from the perspective of Huangbian residents, experiencing local-based art practices, together people become united, here and at this moment.
Je suis un·e artiste suisse et mon futur projet est basé à Hong Kong/Macao. Puis-je déposer une demande de soutien auprès de Pro Helvetia ?
Oui, nous couvrons les activités et les initiatives qui se déroulent en Chine continentale, à Hong Kong, à Macao et à Taïwan.
Je suis un·e artiste de Chine continentale, de Hong Kong, de Macao ou de Taïwan. Quels soutiens propose Pro Helvetia ?
Vous trouverez les mesures appropriées dans la rubrique Trouvez un soutien. Veillez à sélectionner les paramètres qui vous correspondent.
Je suis un·e artiste de la région. Suis-je éligible à une contribution à la création ?
Non. En tant que fondation nationale, Pro Helvetia propose des contributions à la création pour les artistes de nationalité suisse ou ayant leur résidence permanente en Suisse.
Les personnes ayant effectué un voyage de recherche ou une résidence soutenue par Pro Helvetia peuvent demander un soutien à la cocréation.
Je suis un·e artiste de la région et j’aimerais demander une contribution pour un projet dans un autre pays de la région. Pro Helvetia peut-elle me soutenir ?
Non. Nous soutenons uniquement les projets ayant un rapport ou un lien clair avec la Suisse et impliquant des actrices et acteurs culturels de Suisse.
Je suis un·e artiste de la région et je souhaite présenter mon travail en Suisse. Pro Helvetia peut-elle me soutenir ?
Non. Nous ne soutenons pas la présentation de travaux en Suisse, par exemple dans le cadre d’expositions et de tournées. Veuillez vous adresser à artlink afin de connaître les possibilités de soutien pour présenter votre travail en Suisse.
J’ai une proposition de projet, mais pas de partenaire suisse. Pro Helvetia peut-elle me présenter des partenaires de Suisse ?
Veuillez contacter la ou le responsable de programme en charge de votre région.
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