Highly actual, Phi's summer activities cultivate and encourage discovery.

How can we give meaning to our existence in today’s world, where technology, politics and social commitments are linked here and confronting each other there? Phi’s summer programming transforms each participant into a committed citizen and encourages reflection with several exhibitions where art and innovation are participative.

Art that touches a nerve.

Featuring some of the latest and most innovative technology-based artworks in virtual reality and artificial intelligence, the exhibition activates the movements of the body by challenging the heart and the mind.

See beyond your nose.

Since 2016, Jim Carrey's Twitter feed has been the canvas for a series of satirical and subversive cartoons, penned in response to headlining news. The Phi Centre presents the world premiere of an exhibition featuring over 50 of the artist's works.

A taste of beautiful, sustainable design.

An ephemeral studio with several brands sharing the common belief that design has the power to help us build a more harmonious world and a more sustainable future.

Choose the >HUM(AI)N + Jim Carrey bundle to see both exhibitions in one day!

Also, VR Cinema: Short Films on Canvas continues until September 29.

Lend an ear to the world.

Taking place in both of the Fondation’s buildings, this must-see exhibition in two parts will underscore the cornerstones of action, participation, and imagination in the work of Yoko Ono.

Do you love arts and culture?

Subscribe to our publications!