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Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance
For its second major artistic exhibition, La Cité du Vin reveals the richness of the links between music and wine through a sensitive, audiovisual journey, which in turn calls to mind the arts of painting, music and the stage.
Why support the exhibition?
By supporting the exhibition, companies are helping the Fondation pour la Culture et les Civilisations du Vin to:
- Gather together 150 items, works of art, musical and literary works lent by major French and international institutions
- Allow visitors to experience the festivals, banquets and taverns uniting wine and music in every setting, whether princely, bourgeois or popular
- Publish a catalogue containing numerous essays on the subject and a list of the works presented, together with notes
Become Patron of La Cité du Vin cultural season and the exhibition
As an individual
Participate in the development of La Cité du Vin cultural seasons by making a donation. Any amount from €10.00 - IR and ISF tax exemption available.
As a company
The patronage campaign for the exhibition ‘Wine & Music: Concords and Discords’ is closed.
- Become Patron of the next temporary exhibition – Donation of at least €25k per exhibition
- Become Great Patron of the next temporary exhibition – Donation of at least €50k per exhibition
The Foundation thanks the exhibition Patrons of ‘Wine and Music, harmony and dissonance’:
- You will enjoy the benefits of being a Patron of a La Cité du Vin cultural season
- Thanks at the exhibition entrance
- Inclusion of your logo in documents linked to the exhibition: posters displayed across the city, exhibition catalogue, signage, web streaming, cultural programme, press releases and kits
- Organisation of guided tours for your staff and/or customers
- Invitations to the exhibition opening and the VIP dinner afterwards
Credit: Maître des Cortèges, La procession du boeuf gras, dit aussi La fête du vin, 1640, Huile sur toile, 111,8 x 165 cm, Paris, musée Picasso, Photo ©RMN-Grand Palais (musée Picasso de Paris) / Mathieu Rabeau