The purpose of this multidisciplinary festival? To give the public a direct glimpse on contemporary creation, and to provide artists with a generational platform to work in the post-residency period. Designed as an annual event in 2016 on the initiative of La Casa de Velázquez in Madrid, Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto and the Académie de France in Rome – Villa Medici ¡Viva Villa! regroups the works of the artists of these 3 institutions. For its fourth year, and after the success of the 2018 edition in Marseille (5800 visitors to the Villa Méditerranée) ¡Viva Villa! 2019 is hosted by the...
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