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Creating, exhibiting, transmitting: le19M plays a triple role. Working to preserve and transmit the art of fashion and decoration, the space is located between the 19th arrondissement of Paris and the Porte d’Aubervilliers. A veritable temple dedicated to artisanal savoir-faire, le19M brings together under one roof eleven art houses, an embroidery school, the Maison ERES and the Galerie du 19M, a multidisciplinary space open to the general public since January 2022.

Following the launch of the Chanel Métiers d’art 2022/23 collection on December 6, 2022 in Dakar, Senegal, le19M is taking a new step by inaugurating its first international program. If Dakar is influential on the world cultural and creative scene, the whole of Senegal is a land of savoir-faire to which le19M is particularly sensitive. Thus, from January 12 to March 31, le19M is setting up a gallery outside the walls in Dakar

with the help of the Institut fondamental d’Afrique noire (IFAN) on the site of the Musée Théodore Monod d’Art Africain.

Discover all the artists and artisans and the full programme of events now at www.le19m.fr



Alassane Koné (c) Barada Preira

Alioune Diouf (c) Barada Preira

Arébénor Bassène (c) Barada Preira

Cheikha Sigil (c) Barada Preira

Fatim Soumaré (c) Barada Preira

Marie-Madeleine Diouf (c) Barada Preira 6

Mbali Dhamani (c) Barada Preira

Selly Raby Kane (c) Barada Preira

Village capital de l’artisanat Ngaye Mekhe (c) le19m

Yassine Mekhnache (c) Barada Preira


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