Just 10 minutes walk from the centre of Dijon, discover the contemporary Art Centre. The Consortium Museum is a contemporary art centre based in Dijon founded by Xavier Douroux & Franck Gautherot,
among others, from the association Le Coin du Miroir (The Corner Mirror). The centre was run by Douroux, in collaboration with Gautherot and Eric Troncy. In 1982, The Consortium was awarded the Art Centre label, and moved to an old 600 m2 appliance store in downtown Dijon and in 1983, Le Coin du Miroir,
À La Limite and Déjà Vu joined forces and became a single entity. In 1991, Le Consortium expanded by movingto a 4,000 m2 (43,000 sq ft) factory on the outskirts of Dijon. In 1996, Troncy joined Le Consortium as co-director and in 2000, Kim Seung-duk joined as co-curator and director of international development.
In 2009, Le Consortium launched an office on Hoxton Street in London , directed by Sophie Claudel and in 2011, a new building was opened, designed by Shigeru Ban.
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