| The ADIAF’s benchmark partner since the creation of the Marcel Duchamp Prize in 2000, the Centre Pompidou has chosen to widen its mode of selecting the artists it exhibits by way of the eye of the collector.
Invited by the Centre Pompidou for a 3 month solo show in its 315 space, the winner of each prize benefits from outstanding visibility in one of the most prestigious museums in the world.
|The Ministry of Culture aims to make the major works of humanity—and especially those of France—accessible to the largest number of people possible. As such, it maintains a policy of conservation, of protection, and of development of all components of French cultural heritage. It promotes the creation of works of art and of the mind and the development of art practices and education.
It contributes to the development of the artistic and cultural education of children and young adults throughout their entire development.
It encourages local cultural initiatives, develops links between cultural policies of the state and those of regional governments, and participates as such in the definition and implementation of government policy in the field of decentralization.
It monitors the development of cultural industries and contributes to the development of new technologies for sharing cultural creation and heritage.
It implements, in conjunction with other related ministries, the actions of the State destined to ensure the influence throughout the world of French culture and artistic creation. It contributes to cultural initiatives outside of France and to initiatives relating to the establishment of French cultural initiatives throughout the world.
|Acting delegate for the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs and to the Ministry of Culture and Communication, the INSTITUT FRANÇAIS is the new name for cultural activity outside of France, an agency in the service of international cultural exchanges, contemporary creation and the promotion of the French language, ideas and knowledge as well as cooperation with southern countries. The Institut Français and the French Ministry of Culture and Communication (DGCA) give their support to the exhibitions dedicated to the French scene and organized by the ADIAF since the 10th anniversary of the Marcel Duchamp Prize.|
The fund’s mission is to promote the best of French Artistic Culture by organizing free exhibitions at Paris CDG-Airport. Exhibitions are accessible to 4 million passengers yearly, who hail from all over the world.
FONDATION FERNET-BRANCE at Saint-Louis (Alsace)/2017
INSTITUT D’ART CONTEMPORAIN de Villeurbanne/2016
CARRÉ D’ART DE NîMES, MUSÉE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN/ 2015
MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS DE ROUEN/2014
MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS DE NANTES/2013
MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS DE LIBOURNE/2013
MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS DE TOURS/2012
LILLE MÉTROPOLE MUSÉE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN, LaM/2011
MUSÉE d’ART MODERNE ET CONTEMPORAIN DE STRASBOURG/2010
MUSÉE DE GRENOBLE/2007
MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS DE TOURCOING/2004
CHINA : RED BRICK MUSEUM/2017
CHINA : TIMES MUSEUM/2017
BELGIUM : HANGAR 18/2017
LATVIA : RIGA ART CENTER/2015
BELGIUM : CENTRALE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART/2015
GERMANY : WILHELM-HACK MUSEUM/2014
UNITED STATES : FLAX FOUNDATION/2012
GERMANY: DUSSELDORF KUNSTHALLE/2012
KOREA: SEOUL CONTEMPORARY ART MUSEUM/2011
JAPAN: MORI ART MUSEUM/2011