the pavilions

Travelling with the boat, a nomadic and innovative exhibition space, designed by Wilmotte & Associés Architects in consortium with GL events and the Arcora engineering firm, is set up on the quays of the visited ports. Consisting of exhibition pavilions, a central stage - the Agora - and convivial areas, it offers a rich program accessible to all audiences.

The Photo Pavilion

moving images

The Photo Pavilion exhibition focuses on photography and moving images in the Arab world. The exhibition offers an exploration of the Mediterranean in the context of migration and exile, highlighting the work of emerging photographers from the region.

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Catherine Cattaruzza, I Can’t Recall the Edges,2016 – 2019

© Ubisoft

© Ubisoft

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the Virtual Reality Pavilion

Journey through Time and Space

Visitors can delve into the past and explore ancient archaeological sites through two special immersive experiences presented by Ubisoft and Art Explora.

• Age-Old Cities: A Virtual Journey from Palmyra to Mosul

• Mediterranean Wonders: Discovering the Golden Age of Alexandria, Athens, and Venice

In addition to these experiences created in collaboration with Ubisoft, there are four other virtual reality experiences that shed light on contemporary themes related to the Mediterranean region, such as exile, migrations, and heritage.




The exhibition Under the Azure Sky is conceived around the Mediterranean, the imagery it evokes, the fear it inspires, and the ancient and contemporary myths associated with it. The exhibition brings together around twenty international artists, both historical and contemporary, who share a common experience of finding immense inspiration in the Mediterranean.


Joana Hadjithomas et Khalil Joreige, Remember the light, 2016 © the artists, In Situ - Fabienne Leclerc (Greater Paris) et The Third Line (Dubai)

© Wilmotte & Associés Architectes

the agora

central stage

As the central element of the exhibition space on the quay, the Agora offers a diverse program and opportunities for multidisciplinary exchanges on societal and environmental topics.