23 February 2021
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This month we will shine a spotlight on our members PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art (CA), Fondation Maeght (FR) and the Yinka Shonibare Foundation (UK/NG).
Over the next two weeks, we will share with you insights into these outstanding organisations. Stay tuned to our website and social media.

PHI Foundation for Contemporary Art was established in 2007 by Phoebe Greenberg. Originally named DHC/ART, the Foundation is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the presentation of temporary exhibitions of contemporary art from around the world. Its public spaces are housed in two beautiful heritage buildings in the Old Port of Montreal.




Lee Bae, UNION

February 24 to June 20, 2021
Born in South Korea, artist Lee Bae uprooted himself and relocated to Paris in 1989. He believed that immersing himself in a new environment would challenge him to look at himself more objectively.
“We want to break down entrenched ideas of what contemporary art is and who it is for – it’s for all of us,” says curator and managing director, Cheryl Sim.
Follow PHI Foundation on Instagram and Facebook.

Some of the European masters in 20th-century European sculpture, including Georges Braque, Joan Miró and Alberto Giacometti, came together to help create La Fondation Maeght. La Fondation was established by Aimé and Marguerite Maeght, in 1964 a visionary couple who were publishers and art dealers, and who represented and were friends with some of the most important artists of the era.



The Giacometti: A Family of Creators

July 3 to November 14, 2021

The Fondation Maeght will propose a unique event in France with the “The Giacometti: a family of creators” exhibition, which will highlight the famous family of artists from the Swiss village of Stampa. Read more…

“If for everyone, The Walking Man symbolises Giacometti’s genius, this sculpture represents for me and my family our commitment, our conviction, our sacrifices, our work and our love, both of the man and of his work.”

Adrien Maeght
Photo credit Getty Images, Adrien Maeght and Isabelle Maeght
Follow Fondation Maeght on Instagram and Facebook.
“The Yinka Shonibare Foundation’s vision is to foster cultural exchange between Africa and the rest of the world by facilitating and engaging in multi-disciplinary dialogue and research.”
Yinka Shonibare CBE
The Foundation’s vision will be implemented through hosting and supporting residencies, education and professional development programmes in the UK and Nigeria. In Nigeria, the G.A.S Foundation will provide multi-use live/work residency spaces in the heart of the dynamic city of Lagos and on a rural working farm in Ijebu in Ogun State.
January 1 to February 28, 2021
The group exhibition brings together 10 artists. Throughout February each artist will for two days take over @guestprojects Digital’s Instagram account to show their work in detail. Read more…