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PechaKucha Night Marseille-Provence

Marseille, France


Presentation program connected  more than 700 cities of the world

PechaKucha Marseille-Provence Group is operational since 2007, and was the first to be created in France. Since then, it’s been organised an event every trimester, and hosted architects, designers and artists from Marseille, France and Abroad. They have had about 22 events so far with a growing audience : from 300 to 1300 people attending. More than 200 presentations have been showcased in almost 6 years. PechaKucha is a global organisation based in Tokyo with now over 700 representations all over the world. The concept was born in 2003 with Klein Dytham Architects that devised and shared this concept to the world, so it could become the largest independant design network.

For PechaKucha Night Marseille in 2013, Japanese artists Ms.Keeda Oikawa and Mr.Daisuke Akita were invited as one of labeled projects of Marseille-Provence2013 European Capital of Culture. This year, they invite Japanese architect Mr Ryo Abe.
PechaKucha Night Marseille-Provence Website:


29 Nov. 2014


Japanese artist:

Ryo Abe (Architect)

Related program:

Venue (City)
27 Nov.2014
Lecture by Ryo Abe
ECV (Aix-en-Provence)
28 Nov.2014
Visit to Kedge Design School
Kedge Design School (Toulon)
30 Nov. – 1 Dec. 2014
Workshop by Ryo Abe
2 Dec.2014
Lecture by Ryo Abe
Luminy architecture and art university (Marseille)
3 Dec.2014
Ryo Abe Exhibition Opening
Marianne Cat Gallery (Marseille)


Pecha Kucha Night Marseille-Provence organizer,
Ms. Sarah Carriere-Chardon

Pecha Kucha Night Marseille-Provence audience

Architecture by Mr. Ryo Abe

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