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Become a Partner

Each year, over one hundred companies and brands put their trust in the Palais de Tokyo

A unique business model in France

  • Funded majoritarily (60%) by own resources
  • 42 partners and 132 private events in 2015
  • 236 806 sq. ft. (22 000 sq. m.) of contemporary creativity, 2 restaurants, a concept store bookshop, 2 movie theatres, 1 club, & much more …
  • More than 820 000 visitors in 2015, half of them under 30 years of age
  • The cultural venue with the 3rd highest number of Instagram followers in France
  • In 2014, Palais de Tokyo was named “the most innovative cultural brand” at the European Cultural Brands Awards

How will your company benefit by becoming a partner?

  • Organise your events in a unique and exclusive setting
  • Innovation, emergence and creativity: promote your values
  • Share an unforgettable experience with your clients
  • Demonstrate your social utility
  • Promote team work through creative expression
  • Enhance your brand’s visibility
  • Find inspiration through interaction with artists

Bespoke partnership schemes to reflect your specific needs

For example:

  • Support an exhibition to see contemporary art come alive before your eyes
  • Find out more about the Tokyo Art Club Enterprises and our exclusive turn-key PR programme
  • Become involved in the Palais de Tokyo’s accessibility initiatives
  • Hire one of our spaces
  • Give your brand image a new dimension by supporting an extra mural project

Creation Dinners

  • As an original experience, which is both sensorial and poetic, Creation Dinners offer an original encounter between two universes: contemporary creation and fine dining.
  • Each autumn, to accompany and support its artistic season, Palais de Tokyo invites one or more chefs to create an exceptional dinner, in a dialogue with the works on show. The profits help to finance the exhibition.
  • For the second edition of Creation Dinners, Palais de Tokyo has asked the sommelier Laura Vidal to bring together a group of seven chefs who reflect the diversity of current French cooking fine-dining scene: Armand Arnal, Yves Camdeborde, Amandine Chaignot, Alexia Duchêne, Manon Fleury, Tamir Nahmias and Céline Pham.
  • They have between them dreamed up a menu which is both exclusive and creative, chiming with the exhibition Future, Former, Fugitive, which in particular underlines the collective power in the French contemporary art scene.
  • Creation Dinner #2 will take place on Wednesday 16 October 2019: book at once!


"Throughout this year working in co-production with Palais de Tokyo, Orange has been able to establish itself in its role of "digital partner of culture". This project has enabled us to consolidate our strategic commitments, while working with artists."

Armelle Pasco, Director of Cultural Partnerships at Orange, on the Push Your Art initiative

"By organizing the Canson Prize® award ceremony at Palais de Tokyo, we have found a venue that is continuously exploring contemporary art, its energy and diversity."

Stéphane Hamelin, CEO Groupe Hamelin

"The sharpness of the picture and the flexibility of use of the equipment have become essential, given the way in which artists push technical boundaries. [...] As such, the Palais de Tokyo’s exhibitions represent extraordinary laboratories for NEC."

Sandrine Rato, Marketing and Communication Manager at NEC

"Our showcases attach great importance to sound quality and the capabilities of the scenography. The Yoyo meets all our expectations, and all the while occupying a prime location, within this temple of creation loved by artists and opinion leaders alike."

Sébastien Perrier, Director of Communication and Partnerships at Sony Music France, on the Creative Live Sessions

"By keeping our staff up-to-date about the events the Palais de Tokyo organises through our organisation, we’ve started to feel a deep sense of pride, and are taking an additional step towards the outside world."

Michel Janneau, Secretary General of the Louis Roederer Foundation

"Our job is to help our clients communicate differently, and here we sensed a melting pot of exciting innovations. Each time we organise an event at Palais de Tokyo, there are always more people present than at the same event organised elsewhere."

Frédéric Bedin, Chairman of the board of Hopscotch Global PR Group, a member of the Tokyo Art Club Enterprises 

"This was a very nice way to push the boundaries and be confronted by an artist for a short moment, as our visions are diametrically opposed."

A Swarovski employee, following an encounter with an artist at the Palais de Tokyo

"Supporting Tokyo Art Club Entreprises enables Gecina to help foster the vibrant contemporary art scene and gain a privileged insight into the world and works of new artists."

Nicolas Coiffait, Head of Corporate Communication

What do you think?

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Thank you to our partners

They support creativity at the Palais de Tokyo