Meeting with Stéphanie Chazalon, Director General of the Institute of Islamic Cultures

#PARIS If”cutlture is the best defense against prejudice and obscurantism” in the words of the President of the Institute of Islamic Cultures in Paris, Bariza Khiari, this cultural establishment of the City of Paris anchored in the popular district of La Goutte d’Or brings together two places, one more contemporary, in the same spirit of dialogue as explained to us by its Director General Stephanie Chazalon, who met on the occasion of the opening of the Java art Energy exhibition.
The facade designed by Ateliers Lion Associés is a contemporary mashrabiyya open to the public space, an address for residents or walkers who can visit exhibitions and attend classes, gather in a prayer room or enjoy the hammam and friendly tea room.
A unique example she came back to.

Practical information:

JAVA Art Energy
until February 24, 2019
Large associated programming, ICA is a partner of the AKAA fair from November 9th
The IIC is organized on two sites:
  • IIC Goutte d’Or: 56, rue Stephenson – 75018 Paris
  • IIIC Léon: 19, rue Léon – 75018 Paris



Marie-Elisabeth de La Fresnaye

After training in literature and art history, Marie de la Fresnaye entered the art market in Drouot and embarked on events. In parallel to several years in business in the field of editorial commun...

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