Following the success of the exhibition “The Sunken Treasures of Egypt” in 2007 in the Grand Palais in Paris, Artevia repeats the experience as the executive producer of “Osiris, Egypt’s Sunken Mysteries”.
Artevia was created in 2009 by Alain Thuleau and Pierre Grand as an agency for the development of cultural events, in continuance to their activities for Carat Culture.
Artevia understands culture as a true commitment to collective public interest and as a full issue in society. Today, the company includes twenty-five permanent associates and disposes of a network of service providers and regular outside personnel.
In the course of numerous achievements, Artevia has developed special expertise in the conception and production of cultural events, particularly the following examples: Nuit Blanche (2005) (Sleepless Night); La Force de l’art 01 (The Force of Art) in the Grand Palais (2006) ; Dans la Nuit, des images (Images in the Night), in the Grand Palais (2008) ; Photoquai, in the Quay Branly museum (2007 and 2009) ; Bvlgari, 125 year of Italian magnificence, in the Grand Palais, for Bvlgari jewellers (2010 and 2011) ; Hello Demain (Hello Tomorrow), in the Cité des Sciences et de l’Industrie, for Orange telecommunications (2011) ; La Nuit Électro (Electro Night), with SFR, in the Grand Palais (2009, 2010 and 2011) and in the Docks – Cité de la Mode et du Design (2012) (City of Fashion and Design); Les Berges de Seine Rive Gauche (2011-2015) (The Quays of the Left Bank of the Seine).