Elle Decor

This new artists’ residence fosters connections amid the candy colors

In the 17th century, Louis XIV began funding promising young artists so that they could study in Rome, creating one of the earliest artist-in-residence programs. Since then, the French government has established an academy at the Villa Medici in Rome, Casa de Velázquez in Madrid, Villa Kujoyama in Kyoto, Japan, and smaller cultural outposts in about a dozen other places around the globe… READ MORE

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