Encore un jour banane pour le poisson-rêve

For the first time in its history, the House of Bonpoint is entering the field of culture by partnering up with the Palais de Tokyo in the context of the « Childhood » exhibition season, running from June 19th to September 8th..
This involvement marks the new dynamic at the House which is striving to respond to societal issues, in particular those relating to childhood in our contemporary society that’s constantly changing.
 
        
It was the theme of the child and their place in society that made the House of Bonpoint want to join forces with the Palais de Tokyo to bring a new season of the “Childhood” exhibition to life.
This exhibition is inspired by the notion of dreams and making others dream, the handing down from big folk to little people and the desire to support different art forms, crafts and new technologies.
This event marks the beginning of a new era for Bonpoint, driving the House to strengthen its societal commitments by taking a more active part in the current social debate around childhood and education.
“Childhood has always fascinated us at Bonpoint. It makes space for every dream and there are no limits. We watch the children move, live, grow, evolve… They are the very raison d’etre of the House and their creativity remains our most beautiful inspiration. Every moment, every game, everything learnt is so enchanting and it’s with great pride that Bonpoint is partnering with the Palais de Tokyo for its “Childhood” season,” says Marie-Sabine Leclercq, president of Bonpoint.
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