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Bertrand Dussauge has managed over fifteen years the communication strategies of: Schlumberger,Cap Gemini, Datops, Lexis Nexis, Equilibre des énergies… He created the first digital workshop at Entreprises & Médias in 1998. At Schlumberger, which had an artistic heritage of the 60s and 70s, he was an organizer and head of exhibitions in the framework of a partnership with the Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris and Munich. He was already producer of museum exhibitions in Brazil since the 80s (Picasso, Haute Couture, Rauzier ..); Bertrand was one of the first to be interested in social media influence, applications of blockchain & AI in art;
He is a fervent promoter of carbon-free energy since 2010 and as agent of artists, he seeks the reduction of the carbon footprint and in particular with: photos / mix media, videos, literatures and the living artworks … Kdb is also a partner of photo / video fairs in Paris, Brussels and São Paulo since 2015 with its Brazilian subsidiary. By visiting the major art fairs every year for the last five years, Bertrand enriches Kdb and its partners, with an international artists monitoring, in order to propose a mental field between the artists story telling and the creative concept that companies design, in search of convergent human experiences. Since 2018, the regional poles of the Ministry of Culture have been financing artist residencies within companies fueled by a budget of almost half a million euros. The same year, one of our partners launched the Pro School at the National Museum of Modern Art in Paris, open to employees.
KdbPartners founded in 2015 by Bertrand Dussauge has created cultural events in Brazil since the first exhibition of 350 Picasso’s engravings in 1986 in the MASP Sao Paulo. Actor of the art market, we also analyze the evolution of visual and performing arts with the latest technologies of blockchain and AI. Our partners are mainly in Brussels, Paris, Geneva and in the big cities of Brazil.
Our Brazilian subsidiary develops activities in the promotion and protection of the visual arts. KdbPartners Consultoria continues to imagine and produce several museum exhibitions and is committed to safeguarding endangered heritage with the latest scanning technologies and IoT.
We received more than 100,000 visitors after JF Rauzier’s four exhibitions, the last of which was closed in May 2018 in Sao Paulo, as a tribute to the three historic Brazilian capitals. The artist also paid a memorable tribute to the architectural work of Oscar Niemeyer, a friend of President J. Kubitschek in Brasilia. The works are still available in Sao Paulo.
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