Patronage

Artistic patronage : KJB¨ gallery

Since 2011, Bärchen welcomes two photographers and allocates them a development studio and a micro-gallery, the KJB¨ gallery.   Read more




Since 2011, Bärchen welcomes two photographers and allocates them a development studio and a micro-gallery, the KJB¨ gallery.

Jehsong Baak

Jehsong is an american living in Paris whose work is inspired from surrealists, as well as from more formal photographers to create a universe where a miraculous moment is presented with a sense of poetry. He has published «Here and elsewhere» in 2006, by Delpire and «Photographs» in 2008 by Kahmann Gallery in Amsterdam.

jehsongbaak.com


Kosuke Okahara

Living in Tokyo and Paris, Kosuke covers the world with a deeply humanistic view. He gets close to people and places with time, and photographs life as it is in France, Columbia, Japan and elsewhere. In 2011, he won a scholarship form the W Eugene Smith Foundation and received in 2009 the second place in the Contemporary artists category at Sony price for photography.

kosukeokahara.com



Since 2011, Bärchen welcomes two photographers and allocates them a development studio and a micro-gallery, the KJB¨ gallery.

Jehsong Baak

Jehsong is an american living in Paris whose work is inspired from surrealists, as well as from more formal photographers to create a universe where a miraculous moment is presented with a sense of poetry. He has published «Here and elsewhere» in 2006, by Delpire and «Photographs» in 2008 by Kahmann Gallery in Amsterdam.

jehsongbaak.com


Kosuke Okahara

Living in Tokyo and Paris, Kosuke covers the world with a deeply humanistic view. He gets close to people and places with time, and photographs life as it is in France, Columbia, Japan and elsewhere. In 2011, he won a scholarship form the W Eugene Smith Foundation and received in 2009 the second place in the Contemporary artists category at Sony price for photography.

kosukeokahara.com

Associations supported by Bärchen

Since 2010, Bärchen’s team decided to support several organizations with which we share fundamental values.

We are thus committed to pay them part of the registration fees for our courses : seminars in the catalog, tailor-made courses and certification tutorial sessions.



CARE is a leading humanitarian non-governmental organization fighting global poverty. CARE serves individuals and families in the poorest communities in more than 70 countries around the world while protecting their economic and social rights.
In particular, CARE works alongside women, primary victims of poverty, violence and inequality. Their protection, access to education, basic utilities and healthcare are at the heart of the fight against poverty.
Every year, CARE implements more than a 1000 development projects, reaching more than 60 million people worldwide.


To participate in CARE’s action > www.carefrance.org

Action Carbone is a non-profit responsible and solidarity program, which proposes to companies, institutions and individuals to act against climate change by the reduction and offsetting of their greenhouse gases. Action Carbone works with NGOs in Southern countries to develop energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.

To participate in the Action Carbone program of Goodplanet foundation > www.actioncarbone.org

Médecins du monde: providing medical care to vulnerable populations. Originally established in 1980 by a group of militant doctors, Médecins du Monde was developed by intervening during major crises and taking care of the most vulnerable around the world. Today, more than 80 missions have been implemented worldwide, in more than 55 countries.
In 2009, concerning the international missions, 680 000 consultations in primary health care have been performed and 1 370 000 people have received one or more services provided by Médecins du monde. In France, 25 863 patients have been treated in the medical centers and 35 535 medical consultations have been performed.

To support Médecins du Monde > www.medecinsdumonde.org

And also...

20 Propositions for the Reform of Capitalism.
A book directed by Gaël Giraud and Cécile Renouard, published by Flammarion Editions in 2009. With the collaboration of Henri Afman, Frédéric Baule, Max de Chantérac, Aurèle Giraud-Stutz, Dominique Guégan, Rémi Léger, Laurence Loubières and Odilon Maucour.

The purpose of this book is to analyze and debate on 20 concrete propositions, which will allow to reform capitalism in Europe, as the recent crisis made this urgent and necessary.

Bärchen decided to host the site www.20propositions.com where you can join the debate around these 20 propositions.