Ciné-Tamaris et Social Animals

CINE-TAMARIS (the botanical company) Created in 1954 with the name Tamaris Films to produce La Pointe courte, Agnès Varda’s first feature-length film and cinematic precursor to The New Wave, the production company became Ciné-Tamaris in 1975 to produce Daguerreotypes and has been active in production, editing, film and video distribution ever since. Among the films, most of which have been distributed worldwide, are One Sings The Other Doesn’t, Vagabond, Jane B. for Agnes V., Jacquot, The Gleaners And I and The Beaches of Agnes… We exclusively distribute and produce the films of Agnès Varda such as Cleo from 5 to 7 and Happiness as well as shorts and Jacques Demy films such as The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The Young Girls of Rochefort, Donkey Skin, A Room In Town… Today, Ciné-Tamaris and the Varda-Demy family seeks to continue to make the most of their catalogue of classic films in the more up-to-date technological context of the digital age. website : SOCIAL ANIMALS (the animal company) JR exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not typical museum visitors. His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, freedom, identity and limit. He directed the 28 millimeters series of projects (Portrait of a Generation, Face2Face, Women Are Heroes), The Wrinkles of the City, Unframed or Inside Out. JR has exhibited his work at Centre Pompidou, Tate Modern, Watari-Um in Tokyo, Frieder Burda Museum in Baden-Baden or Power Station of Art in Shanghai. Nowadays, in this studio, Voirin and Marinoni lithography presses that Picasso, Matisse, Miro, Chagall or Giacometti worked on are still in use. Contemporary artists such as Jean-Michel Alberola, Sophie Calle, Paul Mc Carthy, Liu Bolin or David Lynch are regulars of the atelier. Social Animals offers also a selection of books and films that focus on the artist's projects and help understand his approach. websites : et