Presented as part of the Expo 2020 Dubai, this is how the Manifesto of the next Women’s Pavilion will end. Staying true to its long-standing commitments to support women empowerment, illustrated through Cartier Women’s initiative and Cartier Philanthropy, Cartier pledges its involvement with the Women’s Pavilion.
From 1 October 2021 to 31 March 2022, the exhibition invites its visitors to participate in a unique, captivating, and immersive experience through a tribute dedicated to women from all backgrounds and vocations, from global political figures to local community members to female business leaders.
An opportunity for dialogue and exchanges, the Pavilion offers new perspectives regarding the impact of women and their contribution to our society.
The exhibition starts on the ground floor, which will be divided into five structures highlighting different narratives: the discovery of the Manifesto, the recognition of women’s achievements and their impact, a list of challenges to overcome, and a presentation on the different solutions adopted to illustrate how collective action helps the world move forward.
The Pavilion will end by inviting visitors to contribute to change in their local community and beyond.
Furthermore, Cartier and the Expo 2020 Dubai asked four creators and artists to contribute to the project: interior designer Laura Gonzalez, street artist El Seed, film director Nadine Labaki, and the actress, screenwriter, and director Mélanie Laurent who, by using a multimedia installation, showcases stories of women from all over the world.
This inspired collaboration and multidisciplinary approach echo the messages of the Women’s Pavilion, from the façade to the interior spaces.
Additionally, the Pavilion will feature a space that will welcome a community of personalities (artists, politicians, entrepreneurs…) who have come together to engage in inclusive dialogues on women’s commitments to a sustainable society.
Together, the Women’s Pavilion, the Expo 2020 Dubai, and Cartier pave the way for a better and more equal world.