ASSOCIATION MARCEL DUCHAMP
Wishing to name the prize of an internationally recognized French artist, Gilles Fuchs approached Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Marcel Duchamp's granddaughter and custodian of the moral rights of this artist considered by many to be one of the most important of the 20th century and the precursor of contemporary art.
Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier having immediately adhered to the values carried by the Marcel Duchamp Prize has accepted that this prize for young creators dedicated to the French scene bears the name Marcel Duchamp. The Marcel Duchamp Association, which is today the custodian of Marcel Duchamp's moral rights, has renewed this agreement and is closely associated with the organization of the prize: member by right of the ADIAF's Board of Directors, participation in the Selection Committee and the jury of the Marcel Duchamp Prize.
Since 1977, the Centre Pompidou has never ceased to be a place deeply rooted in the city and open to the world and innovation. Its emblematic building houses the richest collection of modern and contemporary art in Europe, one of the two largest in the world, as well as exhibitions, conferences, festivals, shows, screenings and workshops for young audiences. Its extremely rich program, at the crossroads of disciplines and audiences, attracts more than 3.5 million visitors each year. True to its desire to make culture and creativity accessible to as many people as possible, the Centre Pompidou is developing its presence in the regions and internationally.
A key partner of the ADIAF since the creation of the Marcel Duchamp Prize in 2000, the Centre Pompidou has chosen to open up its selection of exhibited artists through the eyes of collectors and to organize an exhibition each year that gives exceptional visibility to the prize-winning artists. After hosting the winner for a solo exhibition for 15 years, the National Museum of Modern Art has opened its doors wide to the four nominated artists who, since 2016, have enjoyed a three-month group exhibition, offering visitors a snapshot of the French scene and current artistic creation.
Ministère de la Culture
The main mission of the Ministry of Culture is to "make the most important works of humanity, and first and foremost of France, accessible to the greatest number of people". In collaboration with the other ministries concerned, it implements the actions of the State intended to ensure the influence in the world of culture, of French artistic creation and of the French-speaking world. Coordinating the State's policy on the visual arts, its General Directorate for Artistic Creation (DGCA) supports associations strongly committed to the dissemination of contemporary art. The ADIAF benefits from its support, in particular for the catalog of the MARCEL DUCHAMP PRIZE.
The Institut français is the public institution in charge of France's external cultural relations. Its action is at the crossroads of the artistic sectors, intellectual exchanges, cultural and social innovation, and linguistic cooperation. It supports the promotion of the French language, the circulation of works, artists and ideas throughout the world and thus encourages a better understanding of cultural issues.
The Institut français, under the supervision of the Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of Culture, actively contributes to France's cultural diplomacy. Its projects and programs take into account local contexts and rely on a unique capacity to deploy through the vast network of cultural services of French embassies, French institutes and alliances on five continents.
As a partner of the ADIAF for more than fifteen years, the Institut français supports international exhibitions dedicated to the French scene organized by the ADIAF, such as recently in China where the Marcel Duchamp Prize was presented as part of the Croisements Festival, or in Argentina during the exhibition organized as part of BienalSur. Several projects are underway for the 20th anniversary of the Marcel Duchamp Prize.
SÈVRES – MANUFACTURE ET MUSÉES NATIONAUX
Sèvres - National Manufacture and Museum is a public institution located between Paris and Versailles. It brings together the prestigious Sèvres National Porcelain Factory, in operation since the 18th century, and the National Ceramics Museum.
The Manufacture invites international artists and designers to be in residence. Their creations are then exhibited at the Sèvres Gallery in Paris and at the most prestigious international art fairs. As for the Museum of all ceramics, it is an invaluable source of inspiration for the 120 Sèvres craftsmen, but also for all creators, collectors and art lovers. Of the 50,000 works conserved, some 5,000 were made at the Manufacture from the 18th century to the present day.
As part of a partnership established in 2019, Sèvres - Manufacture et Musée nationaux will host a residency every two years in the workshops of the Manufacture for an artist nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize. The residency takes place in a unique environment, with artistic and technical support, to create one or more original ceramic works. The call for projects is open to eight selected artists (current year's edition and previous year's edition).
Reinventing artists’ residencies
Villa Albertine, a new French institution for arts and ideas in the United States, builds on the bold and innovative programs that have been the hallmark of the French cultural network abroad for more than a century.
Created by the French Ministry for Europe and Foreign Affairs, and supported by the French Ministry of Culture, Villa Albertine offers a novel artists’ residency model in which residents choose the location best suited to their work within the host country. With a permanent presence in 10 major US cities, it aims to foster in-depth exploratory residencies for artists, thinkers, and culture professionals hailing from all creative disciplines. In its inaugural year, Villa Albertine will host 80 residents for one- to three-month customized residencies.
Powered by a team of 80 people in Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C., Villa Albertine actively supports the endeavors of French cultural actors across the country through a bold and nimble program, in close collaboration with leading American cultural organizations.
Villa Albertine also offers 15 professional programs that cover key cultural fields and creative industries. Supported by FACE Foundation, these programs, led by the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and now to be managed by Villa Albertine, have reinforced the links between the French and American cultural landscapes over the past 30 years with the support of numerous partners. The Villa also provides studies, analyses, and reports on cultural trends for professionals in a variety of creative industries on both sides of the Atlantic.
The Villa Albertine universe further encompasses a magazine, which highlights inspiring individuals, explores U.S. territories through a global lens, documents emerging trends, and shares original creations.
Festivals, events, and symposia complete this flexible, global venture, supporting French cultural stakeholders in the areas central to their creative inquiries.
FRAC Auvergne / 2022
Exhibition : "Plus haut que les nues"
for the 20th anniversary of the Marcel Duchamp Prize
Espace d'Art Concret / 2021
Exhibition : Miroir du ciel
for the 20th anniversary of the Marcel Duchamp Prize
Espace Musées / 2017
Exhibition of the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize at the Espace Musées de l'Aéroport Paris-Charles de Gaulle
FONDATION FERNET-BRANCA à Saint-Louis (Alsace) / 2017
Exhibition of the women artists of the Marcel Duchamp Prize
CARRÉ D’ART DE NîMES, MUSÉE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN / 2015
Exhibition of the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize 2015
MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS DE ROUEN / 2014
Exhibition of the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize 2014
Musée des beaux arts de Libourne / 2013
Exhibition of the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize 2013
MUSÉE DES BEAUX ARTS DE TOURS / 2012
Exhibition of the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize 2012
LILLE MÉTROPOLE MUSÉE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN, LaM / 2011
Exhibition of the artists nominated for the Marcel Duchamp Prize 2011
MUSÉE D’ART MODERNE ET CONTEMPORAIN DE STRASBOURG EN PARTENARIAT AVEC LE FRAC ALSACE / 2010
Exhibition: De leur temps (3)
Shanghai : MINSHENG ART MUSEUM / 2019
Marcel Duchamp Prize Exhibition "Toi qui chemines, il n’y a pas de chemin"
Buenos-Aires : BIENALSUR, Museo nacional de bellas artes / 2019
Marcel Duchamp Prize Exhibition "Way of seeing"
Pékin : RED BRICK ART MUSEUM / 2019
Marcel Duchamp Prize Exhibition « Toi qui chemines il n'y a pas de chemin »
Pékin, TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY ART MUSEUM / 2018
Marcel Duchamp Prize Exhibition "Le Grand Ecart/Bridging the gap"
Bruxelles : CENTRALE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART / 2015
Exhibition « Invitation au Voyage, le Prix Marcel Duchamp »
Ludwigshafen : MUSEE WILHELM HACK / 2014
Exhibition "Toutes directions, Le Prix Marcel Duchamp"
Dusseldorf : : KUNSTHALLE DE DUSSELDORF
Exhibition ESPACES DE MÉMOIRE, le Prix Marcel Duchamp
Municipal Art Gallery de Los Angeles, Barnsdall Park
Participation of the ADIAF in the exhibition LOST in LA organized by the Fondation France Los Angeles eXchange/FLAX at LAMAG.
Tokyo : MORI ART MUSEUM / 2011
Exhibition "French Window, regard sur l’art français à travers le Prix Marcel Duchamp"
Séoul : MUSÉE D’ART CONTEMPORAIN DE SÉOUL / 2011
Exhibition "French Art today, Marcel Duchamp Prize"
SHANGHAI / 2010
Marcel Duchamp Prize Exhibition at the French Pavilion of the World Fair
Created in 1953, ADAGP is the French society for the collection and distribution of copyright in the field of graphic and plastic arts. With a worldwide network of nearly 50 sister societies, it now represents more than 180,000 authors in all disciplines of the visual arts: painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, design, comics, manga, illustration, street art, digital creation, video art.
ADAGP, which became a major partner of ADIAF in 2018, also encourages the creative scene by initiating and/or financially supporting projects that enhance the visual arts and promote them on a national and international scale.
Founded in 2002, the Artcurial quickly established itself as the leading French auction house. Since then, the house has been constantly innovating with dynamism, launching new specialities such as Design and Street Art, which have met with international success.
As a pluridisciplinary house, Artcurial covers all the major specialities of the art market: from Fine Arts to Decorative Arts, from Collector's cars to jewellery...more than 25 categories of expertise.
The auction house Artcurial is happy to support the ADIAF and its promotion of French contemporary art, notably through the Marcel Duchamp Prize, intended to raise the profi le of young French artists on the international stage.
Artmarket is the global player in the Art Market with its Artprice department, which is the world leader in databases on Art quotations and indices with more than 30 million indices and auction results from 6,300 auction houses since 1997.
Thierry Ehrmann, Chairman and Founder of Artprice and a sculptor since 1982, has always had at heart to rebuild this great library of Alexandria on the History of the Art Market that he has created through Artprice by Artmarket, which also manages the largest database with 750 000 artists. It is natural that the ADIAF's sponsorship was made to support the promotion of French artists throughout the world.
Artprice Images® provides unlimited access to the largest collection of the Art Market, comprising 180 million images or prints of works of art from 1700 to the present day.
Artmarket and its Artprice department are constantly enriching their databases and developing decision-making tools that enable professionals and art lovers to track Fine Art and Design works offered at public auction, determine their value and find prices for comparable works.
They continuously publish Art Market trends for major agencies and 7200 press titles worldwide. Artmarket.com provides its 4.5 million members with the world's first Standardized Marketplace® for buying and selling art.
To discover Artprice by Artmarket in video at the heart of the Museum of Contemporary Art L'Organe managing the Demeure du Chaos: https://fr.artprice.com/video
Catawiki is the most-visited curated marketplace in Europe for collectables, art, design, jewellery, watches, classic cars and more. Every week, its 240+ in-house experts carefully select over 65,000 special objects to put up in auction. Through its protected marketplace, users are assured of an exciting, safe and hassle-free buying experience. Headquartered in Amsterdam, Catawiki has close to 650 passionate employees working across its European offices serving customers around the world. It has 10 million unique monthly visitors and is now a large, fast growing business with healthy profit margins. For more information, visit https://www.catawiki.com or download the Catawiki mobile app.
Comité Professionnel des Galeries d’Art
The Comité Professionnel des Galeries d'Art is the privileged interlocutor of the public and private actors of the art market. It represents the galleries and defends their interests since 1947. It takes part in the elaboration of art market regulations and contributes to cultural policies. Its partnership with the Marcel Duchamp Prize testifies to the inseparable link between artists, collectors, museums and galleries driven by the desire to promote the French art scene.
Fondation d’entreprise HERMES
The "Fondation d'entreprise Hermès" supports those who learn, master, transmit and explore creative gestures to build the world of today and invent the world of tomorrow. It has developed nine major programs that combine know-how, creation and transmission. All the actions of the Fondation d'entreprise Hermès, in all their diversity, are dictated by a single conviction: Our actions create us.
Founded in 1963, ICART has established itself in the world of arts and culture as the school of reference. Thanks to a multi-faceted and innovative teaching method that emphasizes action, collaborative work, professional meetings and new technologies, ICART trains the cultural managers of tomorrow in Paris, Bordeaux, Lyon, Lille and New York. Part of the EDH Group, ICART is a private institution of higher education recognized by the Ministry of Culture, which delivers titles certified by the State at RNCP Level 7 (Bac+5) and 6 (Bac+3).
ICART, the School of Management of Culture and the Art Market, is proud to be the Education & Training partner of ADIAF. Fully connected to creation and contemporary artists, ICART and its students are present at all stages of the Marcel Duchamp Prize, as well as at the heart of the cultural life of the ADIAF with more than 60 visits to studios and museums throughout the year. This is a unique opportunity for these students to participate in the ADIAF's program of events, to discover the world of collectors and to support French creation.
INLEX IP EXPERTISE
Created in 1995 by Eric Schahl and Franck Soutoul, INLEX IP EXPERTISE is today a major player in the field of Intellectual Property. With 25 years of experience in France and abroad, this law firm, with offices in the regions (Nantes, Bordeaux, Marseille, Cannes, Reims, La Rochelle) and on three continents (Europe, Asia, Africa), has chosen to focus its activity on the protection and enhancement of trademarks, designs, copyrights, domain names, concepts, know-how and personal data. It is positioned as a leader in this field and manages portfolios of large accounts as well as small and medium-sized companies and creators/designers. INLEX IP EXPERTISE is one of the oldest and most loyal sponsors of the ADIAF.
"Because talent should be particularly encouraged when it is creative, original and new... Inlex IP Expertise, a firm of Intellectual Property Consultants and its team of experts in the valuation of intangible assets, wished to promote contemporary art by associating itself with the ADIAF for the presentation of the Marcel Duchamp Prize.
Societe Generale is one of Europe's leading financial services groups and has been involved in modern and contemporary art for many years. Its Collection, initiated in 1995, now comprises more than 1,200 works of art, including paintings, sculptures, photographs, prints and lithographs by French and international artists, exhibited mainly at the La Défense and Val de Fontenay sites.
Societe Generale Private Banking, the wealth management arm of the Societe Generale Group, is particularly pleased to contribute to the development of the French art scene by supporting the ADIAF and the Marcel Duchamp Prize.
Partner of the ADIAF since the launch of the Marcel Duchamp Prize, CREATIVTV, cultural television on the Internet, produces each year "artist portraits" films dedicated to the nominated artists. These films can be seen on its website.
Flexsi is a digital services company based in Paris and Tours that has been supporting a thousand companies (SMEs, associations, foundations, etc.) since 1992. It responds to their needs as a full-scale IT department and offers tailor-made support in areas such as infrastructure, networks, optimization of working tools for employees (hardware and collaborative tools, etc.)...
This offer is completed by a global service of outsourcing and assistance to users adapted to the needs of the organizations.
The company has a department dedicated to cybersecurity which obtained the CyberExpert label in 2021.
Horizon Bleu is a strategic and creative communication consulting agency. It accompanies companies, communities, organizations and associations in the implementation of their communication strategy and the realization of their media. Horizon Bleu is proud to accompany ADIAF on its digital part.