The love of sharing
Sessùn cultivates this outstretched hand towards other arts through its editorial choices but also through collaborations that push it to reinvent and broaden its horizons, such as with the street artist Koralie or more recently the embroidererer Marie-Sophie Lockhart. For her, these limited series proposals make it possible “not to freeze in a logic that would become different as soon as it touches the diffusion in quantity”.
But far from limiting itself to this, it is also a partner and patron of demanding and eclectic events such as, to name but a few, the Midi Festival in Hyères, the Yeah! in Lourmarin, Résonance in Avignon or the Baleapop in Guétary.
In this way, Sessùn intends to support creation in the broadest sense and emerging artists in its own way, which it considers essential to renewal and the bearers of precious contemporary art. This dialogue with the arts, with others, is fundamentally embedded in its genes, those of a brand that sees itself as nothing other than warm, open, sincere and accessible.