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Our other programs

Between 2012 and 2022, the Compagnie Fruitière Foundation’s mission was to improve the living conditions of vulnerable populations. We focused on four areas: health, education, environment, arts & culture, supporting projects in Marseille and worldwide. On this page we present the partnerships still in progress.

In Marseille, the Compagnie Fruitière Foundation has initiated collaborations with corporations and foundations on projects in the area of education, housing, and employment.

Finally, we encourage Compagnie Fruitière employees to get involved with the foundation by supporting projects that they care about and support personally.


Artistic and cultural exchanges

Since 2018, the Compagnie Fruitiere Foundation has been developing an artistic residency and exchange program which allows artists to take time away from the constraints of daily life to experiment with their practice.

Residencies play a decisive role in the professionalization of artists, contributing to the development of their network and their mobility.

This program is aimed at emerging African and artists from Marseille (France).

To develop these programs, the Foundation relies on organizations such as Versant Sud, FRAEME or the Friche la Belle de Mai in Marseille.

A look back at the artists’ residencies carried out since 2018

Jean Baptiste Janisset, Cameroon – 2023
gethan&myles, Senegal – 2021
Abdias Ngateu, Cameroon – 2021
Maisha Marshall-Ende, Ethiopia – 2020
Justine Gaga, Cameroon – 2019
Fabienne Guilbert, Marseille – 2019
Leikun Nahusenay, Ethiopia – 2018

Exhibitions sponsored by our Foundation

Jean Baptiste Janisset, Friche Belle de Mai – 2023
Exposition gethan&myles, Saint Louis (Senegal) – march 2022
Emeka Ogboh, Friche la Belle de Mai, 2021


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