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Artists from Les Réalisateurs group in Nantes with coordinator Fabrice Hyber in front of multi-coloured grafitti style wall
Fabrice Hyber, centre left, with Les Réalisateurs artists and students from Audencia business school in Nantes

Les Réalisateurs business incubator links art and the commercial world, opening up both to new ideas

A NEW business incubator in Paris aims to ensure artists no longer starve in their garrets, but can, instead, make a living from their work.

Founded by artist Fabrice Hyber and backed by the Beaux-Arts school and Audencia Business School in Nantes, Les Réalisateurs opened in 2013, aiming to create a growing breed of ‘artropreneurs’.

The artists chosen this year worked in both Nantes and at Mr Hyber’s workshop in Paris in a bid to inspire new projects by offering the means of production, practical tools to ...

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