ARTAGON is an international curatorial and research project dedicated to art education and art students. Its purpose is to explore, bring together and support ideas and practices incubated within art schools.

ARTAGON‘s activity is focused on the annual organization of an international encounter for art schools students. This event, a true world premiere, is the result of the association of invited art schools and a jury made of personalities from the art and creation world: artists, curators, institutional actors, researchers, innovators, historians, journalists, gallerists, collectors.
The jury is divided into several delegations in order to visit each participating school and meet its students. At the end of each of these benevolent visits, the jury invites a selection of students to participate in a large collective exhibition.
This annual exhibition brings up the voice of forthcoming artists. It intends to offer opportunities, initiate decisive meetings and instigate food for thought on the transmission and the futures of creation. It is finally conceived as a celebration of art students and young artists, punctuated by various events.

ARTAGON stands for a lively and universal art, source of empowerment and sharing: its events are open to the society and made to bring together all the publics.

ARTAGON is a non-profit organization based in Paris and founded in 2014 by Keimis Henni & Anna Labouze.