Useful links on the 1% artistic
The links indicated above provide useful information as well as examples of achievements complementing those inserted on this site.
1% artistic in Martinique: 52 years of creation/ DAC Martinique. - Martinique (Fort de France): DAC, 2015
As part of the 32nd edition of the European Heritage Days on 19 and 20 September 2015, the Direction des affaires culturelles de la Martinique (DAC) wanted to focus on 52 years of creation from the 1% artistic starting from the first work realized in 1963. This catalogue makes it possible to take stock and have a renewed look at these works, their designers sometimes forgotten, but also on the architectures that serve as a framework. Catalogue Download Link.
Fifteen years of public commissions in Rhône-Alpes
Website of the Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs of Rhône-Alpes presenting works made under the public commission and the "1% artistic"
Public art in Franche-Comté, the "1% artistic"
Website of the regional direction of cultural affairs of Franche-Comté presenting the procedure of the "1% artistic" and works realized in the region.
The 1% artistic in the high schools of (Basse)-Normandie: Calvados, Manche and Orne departments
The public order
Presentation of the procedure for the public order of works of art, website of the Ministry of Culture (Directorate general of artistic creation)
Network of artists' documents
The Artists' Documents Network groups associations Artist documents in the Provence-alp es-Côte d'Azur, Brittany, Rhône-alp es and Aquitaine regions. To date, four documentary collections have been made available, bringing together nearly 400 artist files that can be consulted online.
Each site in the region (see links below) devotes a specific documentation to the works of its artists made as part of the 1% artistic, public or private commissions.
On the occasion of the 60 years of the 1% artistic, the new page of the site www.reseau-dda.org presents the grouping of these many works, testifying to the extent of possibilities and the diversity of practices. This selection points to existing works outside the context of the exhibition, to proposals put to the test of the real, the uses of a place, its "inhabitants" (high schools, colleges, sports complexes, media libraries...). They are often offered in a daily relationship, as a first relationship to art. From sculpture to the laboratory, from photographic images to installation, works interact, support, oppose or isolate themselves from architecture, all of which are consistent with their specific context in the public space.
The documentation collected by the Network of artists' documents presents the contours of each production (images, sponsor, project manager, artist’s intention text...). It also presents works of orders made in the public space (Public order for the Tramway, New Sponsors program, orders from companies, etc.).
PACA Artist Documents
Artists' documents Brittany
Artists' documents Rhône-Alpes
Documents of artists Aquitaine
Contemporary art in Languedoc-Roussillon
This website was born from the common desire of the Ministry of Culture and Communication-Direction régionale des affaires culturelles et de la Région Languedoc-Roussillon to create a network dynamic in the field of visual and visual arts. Wishing to extend the visibility of structures dedicated to contemporary art in Languedoc-Roussillon and optimize the dissemination of their news to a wide audience, they entrusted to the FRAC Languedoc-Coordination of this project co-financed by the European Union through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
Collective R in Pays de la Loire
The 1% artistic celebrated its sixtieth anniversary in 2011. Within this framework, the R collective has opened the 1% artistic heading, in order to make known works and artists whose presence is often unknown in the territory of the Pays de la Loire. The relevant section of this site is constantly expanded with new works.
Discover works of art made under the 1% artistic
Atlasmuseum broadcasts on the internet works of art presented in the public space. Atlasmuseum is a scalable digital project backed by a digital museum research project. Online platform for collaboration between artists, researchers, curators, art lovers, computer scientists, art historians, documentation and archiving professionals, Atlasmuseum aims to develop various tools for the inventory and documentation of art in the public space and historicisation of works of art. Through an inventory process based on the contribution of professionals but also the public, works of art in the public space are listed, geolocated and documented by means of a semantic atlas on the Web and a mobile application.
If you have any questions, please contact the art department of the Regional Directorate of Cultural Affairs in your region. Their contact details are available at: http://www.culturecommunication.gouv.fr/Regions .