Created in 2010 by the Institut français du Royaume-Uni to benefit artists and exhibitions spaces on both sides of the Channel, Fluxus Art Projects is a not-for-profit organisation supporting the creation and promotion of contemporary art, based on a public/private model.
In a changing and globalised world, an artist's fame relies on the international visibility of their work. By promoting the interaction between the French and British art scenes and their respective ecosystems,
Fluxus Art Projects contributes to strengthening the artists' career path.
Fluxus Art Projects focuses on three missions: Bringing the French and British art scenes together
Fluxus Art Projects promotes active and fruitful collaborations between both countries, by supporting individual and group exhibitions of French artists in the UK, as well as British artists in France. Supporting creation
Fluxus Art Projects supports projects by emerging or recently established artists, at a significant point in their career, helped by both the place of origin of the artists’ career and prestigious institutions. Accompanying young curators
Fluxus Art Projects encourages young curators’ projects and research trips in the partner country.
Fluxus Art Projects pays particular attention to the production of new works, to their promotion throughout both countries, and to co-produced exhibitions that could be shown in several international locations.
Supported by the French Institute in the United Kingdom, by the French Institute, by the French Ministry for Culture, by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, and by the British Council, Fluxus Art Projects benefits from the valuable and unwavering commitment of its patrons and friends.