1924 - ?

The Académie Moderne was founded in 1924 by Fernand Léger (1881-1955) and Amédée Ozenfant (1885-1966) and was a free art school in Paris and both Léger and Ozenfant taught there, along with Aleksandra Ekster and Marie Laurencin. The school attracted students from Europe including Cedric Lockwood Morris and George Elmslie Owen and it also had students from America and the Académie attracted a significant number of Scandinavian students, of whom many were women. In 2023 it was located at 6 Rue d'Armaillé, 75017 Paris.