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Founded by Henri Langlois in 1936, La Cinémathèque française is cinema’s living memory. Its remarkable international holding comprises 40,000 films, some of them extremely rare, from the birth of cinema up to the present. La Cinémathèque also has collections of movie equipment, costumes, models, sets, posters, photographs, manuscrits, books and drawings…

In 2005, La Cinémathèque française moved to new premises designed by Frank O. Gehry at 51 Rue de Bercy in Paris. There it has blossomed as a living centre for the cinema ethos, in a rapidly developing neighbourhood offering a broad public a fresh, varied cultural choice.

La Cinémathèque française is a non-profit association subsidized by the French Ministry of Culture and Communication via the CNC(National Centre of Cinematography). La Cinémathèque française organises two major temporary exhibitions every year. They highlight the aesthetic and technical specificity of the cinema, as well as its complex and ever fascinating connections with other art forms – such as painting, drawing, design, photography and video. Their curators are chosen for their scientific abilities and their creativity. They reinvent the 600m² space in collaboration with talented set designers such as Nathalie Crinière, Pascal Rodriguez or Scenografia Agency. All contributors work with the exciting ambition to find new ways to show cinema as a subject (screened, broadcast, edited, and sometimes merely fantasised or transformed).

La Cinémathèque française presents alternately patrimonial exhibitions (German Expressionist Cinema, Magical Lanterns) and contemporary exhibitions (Gus Van Sant, Chris Marker, Jacques Demy) displaying mainly rare pieces coming from its rich archive funds, institutional partners or private collections. Film and photographic works created specially for the exhibitions and produced by La Cinémathèque complete the picture.

These temporary exhibitions are accompanied with numerous activities, such as conferences, readings, panels, workshops, guided tours, development of online content and co-publication of prestigious catalogues (with Gallimard, La Martinière, Skira, Flammarion, Steidl).

In 2021, La Cinémathèqude française reopens its museum. It evolves and changes entirely. From now on, your visit is in the company of the most famous director in history: Georges Méliès. This genius accompanies visitors on a fanatstic journey, a journey through time, to trace the history of cinema.


We are a company with ten years of experience in the world of art. We offer all types of art related services, designed for all types of customers, whether public or private. One of our main services is the organisation of art exhibitions: for example, we have taken the work of Gaudí and the City of Barcelona to Japan, South Korea, Moscow and Amsterdam. Our personnel has vast experience in many sectors and this enables us to be highly flexible, innovative, and very competitive in many aspects.In summary, Aurea is a global partner in the world of art, capable of meeting all types of necessities; from certification of a work of art to the logistic management of an exhibition in any part of the world.Seriousness, professionalism, and passion for what we do are our rationale; and also the reason why our customers are loyal to us.

Global logistics for fine art & touring exhibitions, crate production, national and international transports by road, seaship, aircraft. Project management experience from hundreds of projects since 1990. Arthandling. Insurance.HERITΛGE runs a backbone education series for practitioners with a minimum of five years experience, Executive Leadership Workshops for leading professionals, summer field schools for senior students and junior practitioners and an MA in Heritage Management training both current and future heritage managers. The Executive Leadership Education program is a series of 3 to 6-day intensive workshops designed for practitioners who wish to advance the preservation and management of heritage sites. Aware of the fact that these individuals are most often too busy to attend any but the most focused and intensive programs, we have partnered with experts in each of the substantive fields, to provide quality focused workshops on a number of important aspects of heritage management: Successful Fundraising for Heritage Managers Interpretive Writing for Natural and Cultural Heritage Strategy Organizing Temporary Exhibitions from your Collections and Touring Strategies Digital Tools for Heritage Management Human Resource Management Communication Strategy and Strategic Marketing for Cultural Organizations Personal Interpretation for Natural and Cultural Heritage Brand New Thinking for Heritage The sum is greater than the parts: Collaboration is a basic tenet of HERITΛGE. Besides weaving an invaluable global network among participants, collaborative programs generate great dynamics, potential and opportunities.Since 2011, the Museum of Natural History of Toulouse has been touring its exhibitions in Europe, South America, Asia and Africa. The Museum of Toulouse draws on the expertise of its renowned scientists, and makes available fun and high-quality exhibitions, combined with a reknowned museography.

Little Ray’s Exhibitions is one of the largest exotic animal rescues in North America. Our organization has been providing educational hands-on interactive learning about animals and their environment for over 25 years.


We design, fabricate, and operate a series of themed animal and environmental world class exhibits in venues all around the world. Our exhibits are incredibly beautiful, educational, and fully turnkey. We take care of everything from the moment a contract is signed up until the last crate is loaded and we leave your venue.


Our exhibits are Nature’s Ninjas, Survival of the Slowest, Wildlife Rescue, Under The Canopy, and Frogs and Friends. These exhibits are all incredibly well received and are exceptionally well attended too!


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Fortecho Solutions is an international RFID solution provider headquartered in the UK with offices in Europe, the USA and Australasia. Specialising in art and high value asset protection for over 20 years, Fortecho Solutions is widely considered the global market leader in wireless asset surveillance solutions. Today, their intelligent, integrated, real-time object-focused surveillance technology is used by hundreds of leading museums, foundations, corporates, private collectors and places of worship all over the world.Fortecho Solutions provides technology expertise and industry knowledge, system integration, consulting and professional services to private clients & institutions in more than 35 countries.SOLUTION BENEFITS- MODULAR + EASY TO INSTALL. Particularly useful in historic and other buildings where wired sensors are difficult to cable and ideal for travelling exhibitions that only temporarily occupy a space,- FLEXIBLE – excellent for monitoring traveling exhibitions.- OPERATIONAL 24/7 – the solution provides an essential, extra level of object-focused security – particularly important during daytime visiting hours when intruder detection systems are turned off and objects are most vulnerable.- INTEGRATES EASILY with almost all security / management infrastructure including Intruder Detection, CCTV, VMS, SMS, Pager, Email clients, and Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Systems.- EVOLVING CONSTANTLY with the assistance of some of the leading global art institutions, collectors, security directors, curators and conservators.“A mobile, flexible and non-intrusive approach to protecting art is essential. Fortecho delivers this and, to date, I have seen nothing that matches the functionality and performance.”Mike Fox, Technical Security ManagerThe National Gallery, London“Being a charity, we seek cost-effective ways of ensuring the security of the works of art we have on display. We piloted the Fortecho system in our Fine Rooms, and realising its potential, soon expanded the system to cover our loan exhibition galleries. The system is flexible and its effectiveness has allowed us to reduce staff costs in the galleries. I highly recommend it.”Dave Vobes, Head of SecurityRoyal Academy of Arts“As the most visited monument in Spain with hundreds of priceless artefacts on display, we must be able to monitor environmental conditions and the security of our objects without damaging the building. The Fortecho system is excellent because it lets us centrally manage multiple sites, while getting detailed information on what is happening to our artefacts within a few millimetres of their location.”Xavi EdoSagrada Familia“A large part of our strategy is to ensure optimum gallery conditions for both viewers and artworks, while also controlling costs. Fortecho is an enormous help in achieving this. The system is invisible, effective and integrates seamlessly with our security infrastructure.”Andrés Perez, Head of Security & OperationsThyssen-Bornemisza Museum“Fortecho is the best system on the market for preventing art theft and its tragic consequences.”Charles Hill, Art DetectiveHill Art Risk“The powerful Fortecho software combined with active RFID tags has provided another important layer in the security array of the National Gallery. Contrary to popular belief, major works of art do not hang forever in the same galleries. Because of this, a mobile, flexible and non-intrusive approach to object alarms is essential. Fortecho delivers this and, to date, I have seen nothing that matches the functionality and performance.”Mike Fox, Technical Security ManagerThe National Gallery

Blue Tokay Ltd is a touring exhibitions company specialising in natural history. The company was established in 2010 by Pip Strang BSc, PhD, MA and Nicola Newton BSc hons, MA, AMA. Both Pip and Nicola have worked in museums and have been involved in large capital projects in Newcastle upon Tyne and York. Pip completed her Phd at the Natural History Museum in London. Having become aware of a gap in the market for exhibitions featuring taxidermy and biological material and a need for curatorial expertise with collections, Blue Tokay Ltd was created. Both PIp and Nicola are very passionate about natural history displays and collections and this is the main part of the work they carry out at Blue Tokay Ltd. Blue Tokay tour their own exhibitions which come with cases, interpretation, graphics and interactives. The process of hiring an exhibition will include a digital plan of the space and an agreed spatial arrangement before the hire takes place. They transport the displays using their own couriers and install them on site for venues. The components of the displays arrive in transportation crates and bags which they take away with them once installation is complete. Blue Tokay work very closely with staff, advising how the exhibition might work for their audience. They can supply marketing images which are free to use to promote the exhibition. The first language of the exhibitions is English and they will work with the venue to produce translated graphics to accompany the exhibition. Blue Tokay Ltd aim to make the hire of any of their displays as easy as possible so will facilitate any bespoke requirements as needed. Blue Tokay will also carry out conservation, curation, documentation, acquisition and permanent displays.

Cité de la musique – Philharmonie de Paris is not just a complex of three concert halls. Its main aim is to encourage a new approach to music by surrounding its concerts with a range of dynamic, convivial communication activities, including exhibition visits, introductory circuits and the group practice and culture of music, not to mention access to a wide variety of editorial and digital resources.The 2,400-seat hall at the heart of this offer has already proved to be one of the most extraordinary in the world in terms of its design, ergonomics and acoustics. The new building designed by Jean Nouvel also holds teaching areas to host group practice for all and no fewer than six state-of-the-art rehearsal rooms to satisfy the needs of professional musicians. Just next door, Cité de la musique designed by architect Christian de Portzamparc notably offers a museum, two concert halls and a media library.The strength of the project lies in the complementary nature of the four missions of Cité de la musique -Philharmonie de Paris. On its opening year, the Philharmonie received more than 1.2 million visitors, among which 400 000 visiting the exhibitions and 300 000 the museum of music.Within the Cité de la musique – Philharmonie de Paris, the Musée de la musique is a special place where music and fine arts, history and society are all interwoven, not only in the permanent collection but also in the vibrant temporary exhibitions that reflect the mission of this unique institution.The museum chooses exhibitions showcasing major figures from the worlds of pop, folk and academic music and significant musical cultures from around the world. Its events also explore the ties between music and fine arts, film, etc., and how music fits into a specific societal or political context.

Xi an Qujiang Museum of Fine Arts is located in Xi’an, Shaanxi, China. The collection of Museum includes ancient Chinese murals, ancient Chinese gold wares, Picasso silver wares and ceramics, contemporary jade artworks. We also provide venue for renting. We have two exhibition halls with 500 square meters, can be used for holding events, venue renting and so on.

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