restricted access Portrait d’un service public en intermédiaire : l’ANPE Spectacle de Paris

In his study of the Paris ANPE Spectacle, the author seeks to examine the stakes inherent to the intervention of a public service invested as intermediary in the art job market, the characteristics of which being rather remote from those of job markets usually dealt with by the agency. Based on a socio-historic survey combining both administrative archives and interviews, the article brings to light the equivocal character of the objectives which preside the bureaucratic framing of private art agents on the one hand, as well as access restrictions to this specialised agency on the other hand.