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The editions

Key dates

  • 18 December 2019: Selection committee
  • 6 October 2020: Opening of the exhibition of the nominated artists at the Centre Pompidou, Galerie 4.
    Curator of the exhibition at the Centre Pompidou: Sophie Duplaix
  • 19 October 2020: Presentation of the artists by their reporters and announcement of the laureate
  • 7 October 2020 to 4 January 2021: Group exhibition of nominated artists

Nominated artists:

  • Alice Anderson

Franco-British artist, born in 1972 in Alfortville, France. Lives and works in London. Gallery representation: Valérie Bach – La Patinoire Royale, Brussels

  • Hicham Berrada

Born in 1986 in Casablanca, Morocco. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: kamel mennour, Paris/London; Wentrup, Berlin; CulturesInterface, Casablanca.

  • Kapwani Kiwanga

Born in 1978 in Hamilton, Canada. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Jérôme Poggi, Paris; Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg;Tanja Wagner Gallery, Berlin

  • Enrique Ramirez

Born in 1979 in Santiago, Chile. Lives and works in France. Gallery representation:Michel Rein, Paris

International jury: 

  • Bernard Blistène, Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris
  • Chris Dercon, President of the Réunion des Musées Nationaux-Grand Palais
  • Gilles Fuchs, Collector, President of ADIAF
  • Michèle Guyot-Roze, French collector
  • Gitte Ørskou, Director of Moderna Museet in Stockholm, Sweden
  • Akemi Shiraha, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association
  • Marie-Cécile Zinsou, President of the Zinsou Foundation, Benin

ADIAF selection committee:

Gilles Fuchs (President), Claude Bonnin, Oliviu Crisan, Dorith Galuz, Pascale Gérardin, Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Gérard Mavalais, Sophie Safar, Jean-Philippe Vernes, Didier Wolf, Akemi Shiraha.

Artist reporters: 

Jean-Jacques Aillagon (Hicham Barrada), Angeles Alonso Espinosa (Enrique Ramirez), Emanuelle Coccia (Kapwani Kiwanga), Annabelle Gugnon (Alice Anderson).

Key dates

  • 10 January 2019: Selection committee
  • 8 October 2019: Opening of the exhibition of the nominated artists at the Centre Pompidou, Galerie 4.
    Curated by Nicolas Liucci-Goutnikov at the Centre Pompidou
  • 14 October 2019: Presentation of the artists by their reporterss and announcement of the laureate

Nominated artists

  • Éric Baudelaire

French artist born in 1973 in Salt Lake City, United States. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Greta Meert, Brussels – Barbara Wien, Berlin – Juana de Aizpuru, Madrid.

  • Katinka Bock

German artist born in 1976 in Frankfurt, Germany. Lives and works in Paris and Berlin. Gallery representation: Jocelyn Wolff, Paris and Meyer Riegger, Berlin/Karlsruhe.

  • Marguerite Humeau

French artist born in 1986 in Cholet, France Lives and works in London. Gallery representation: Clearing, Brussels.

  • Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille

Born in 1974, respectively in Belgrade and Boulogne-sur-mer, France. Live and work in Dijon. Gallery representation: Almine Rech, Paris/Brussels/London/New York – Max Hetzler, Berlin – Alfonso Artiaco, Naples – Pietro Sparta, Chagny, France.

International jry

  • Bernard Blistène, Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris
  • João Fernandes, Deputy Director of Museo Nacional de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid
  • Gilles Fuchs, Collector, President of ADIAF
  • Jean de Loisy, Director of Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris
  • Afroditi Panagiotakou, Collector, Director of Culture, Onassis Foundation
  • Catherine Petitgas, Collector, President of Fluxus Art Projects and Chair of Tate International Council
  • Akemi Shiraha, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association

ADIAF selection committee:

Sylvie Fontaine, Gilles Fuchs, Thierry Gontier, Ronan Grossiat, Hervé Halgand, Laurent Issaurat, Nathalie Mamane-Cohen, Marie-Ange Moulonguet, Bruno Ribeyron-Montmartin, Maya Sachweh, Akemi Shiraha.

Artist reporters: 

Katrina Brown (Katinka Bock), Philippe Mangeot (Eric Baudelaire), Bernard Marcadé (Ida Tursic & Wilfried Mille), Alexandra Midal (Marguerite Humeau).

Key dates

  • 1 February 2018: Selection committee
  • 9 October 2018: Opening of the exhibition of the nominated artists at the Centre Pompidou, Galerie 4. Curated by Marcella Lista at the Centre Pompidou
  • 15 October 2018: Presentation of the artists by their rapporteurs and announcement of the laureate

Nominated artists

  • Mohamed Bourouissa

Born in 1978 in Blida, Algeria. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris / London.

  • Clément Cogitore

Born in 1983 in Colmar, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Eva Hober Gallery, Paris and Reinhard Hauff Gallery, Stuttgart.

  • Thu Van Tran

Born in 1979 in Ho Chi Min-City, Vietnam. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Meessen De Clercq Gallery, Brussels. 

  • Marie Voignier

Born in 1974 in Ris-Orangis, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Marcelle Alix Gallery, Paris. 

International jury

  • Bernard Blistène, Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris.
  • Gilles Fuchs, Collector, President of ADIAF.
  • Jean Claude Gandur, Collector, President of the Gandur pour l’Art Foundation.
  • Maja Hoffmann, Collector, President of the Luma Foundation.
  • Laurent Le Bon, President of the Picasso-Paris Museum.
  • Marina Loshak, Director of the Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow.
  • Akemi Shiraha, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association

ADIAF selection committee:

Sylvie Fontaine, Gilles Fuchs, Marie-Christine Gabillaud-Wolf, Dorith Galuz, Thierry Gontier, Ronan Grossiat, Thierry Laurent, Marie-Ange Moulonguet, Bruno Ribeyron-Montmartin, Akemi Shiraha, Jean-Michel Vergès.

Artist reporters: 

Katerina Gregos (Thu Van Tran), Géraldine Gourbe (Marie Voignier), Carlos Basualdo (Mohamed Bourouissa), Jean-Charles Vergne (Clément Cogitore).

Key dates

  • 2 February 2017: Selection committee
  • 26 September 2017: Opening of the exhibition of the nominated artists at the Centre Pompidou, Galerie 4.
  • 27 October 2017 to 8 January 2018: Exhibition at the Centre Pompidou. Curated by Alicia Knock
  • 16 October: Presentation of the artists by their rapporteurs and announcement of the laureate

Nominated artists

  • Maja Bajevic

Born in 1967 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Michel Rein Gallery, Paris/Brussels; Peter Kilchmann Gallery, Zurich.

  • Joana Hadjithomas and Khalil Joreige

Born in 1969. Live and work between Paris and Beirut. Gallery representation: In Situ-Fabienne Leclerc Gallery, Paris; The Third Line, Dubai; CRG Gallery, New York.

  • Charlotte Moth

Born in 1978 in Carshalton, UK. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Marcelle Alix Gallery, Paris.

  • Vittorio Santoro

Born in 1962 in Zurich, Switzerland. Lives and works between Paris and Zurich. Gallery representation: Thomas Bernard Gallery – Cortex Athletico, Paris,
Counter Space, Zurich.

International jury

  • Bernard Blistène (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), Collector, President of ADIAF
  • Carmen Gimenez (United States), Curator, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
  • Erika Hoffmann (Germany), Collector, Sammlung Hoffmann, Berlin
  • Mao Jihong (China), Collector, President, Exception for Mixmind and Fangsuo, Guangzhou
  • Jérôme Sans (France), Artistic Director, Curator of Exhibitions
  • Akemi Shiraha (France-Japan), Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize.

ADIAF selection committee:

Isabelle Bourgeois, Daniel Bosser, Nathalie Cohen, Françoise Darmon, Alexis Farce, Thierry Gontier, Martin Guesnet, Gilles Fuchs, Marie-Ange Moulonguet, Bruno Ribeyron-Montmartin, Akemi Shiraha.

Artist reporters:

Diane Amiel (Maya Bajevic), Clément Dirié (Joana Hadjithomas & Khalil Joreige), Vanessa Desclaux (Charlotte Moth), Daniel Kurjaković (Vittorio Santoro).

Key dates

  • 4 February 2016: Selection committee
  • 11 October 2016: opening of the exhibition of nominated artists at the Centre Pompidou.

Curated by Alicia Knock

  • 18 October: Announcement of the laureate

Nominated artists

  • Kader Attia

Born in 1970 in Dugny in Seine-Saint-Denis, France. Lives and works in Paris and Berlin. Gallery representation: Galleria Continua, San GimignanoNagel Draxler, BerlinKrinzinger, ViennaLehmann Maupin, New York.

  • Yto Barrada

Born in 1971 in Paris, France. Lives and works in Tangier and New York. Gallery representation: Polaris Gallery, Paris – Sfeir-Semler, Hamburg and Beirut – Pace London.

  • Ulla von Brandenburg

Born in 1974 in Karlsruhe, Germany. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Art Concept Gallery, Paris.

  • Barthélémy Toguo

Born in 1967 in Cameroon. Lives and works between Paris, Bandjoun and New York. Gallery representation: Lelong Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Iwona Blazwick (United Kingdom), Director of the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London
  • Bernard Blistène (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris – Panel president
  • Manuel Borja-Villel (Spain), Director of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte in Reina Sofia, Madrid
  • Alexandre de Coupigny (France), Collector
  • Laurent Dumas (France), Collector, President of Emerige
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Akemi Shiraha (France-Japan), Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize.

ADIAF selection committee:

Matthieu de Bézenac, Béatrice Charon, Gilles Fuchs, Marie-Ange Moulonguet, Jean-Bernard Ponthus, Pierre Pradié, Chantal Sanglier, Daniel Schildge, Akemi Shiraha, Colette Tornier, Jean-Michel Vergès.

Artist reporters: 

Dr. Clémentine Deliss (Kader Attia), Omar Berrada (Yto Barrada), Jean de Loisy (Ulla von Brandenburg), Roger Malbert (Barthélémy Toguo).

Key dates

  • 5 February 2015: Selection committee
  • 22 to 25 October 2015: Group exhibition of nominated artists at FIAC
  • 24 October: Announcement of the laureate
  • Spring 2016: Exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou.

Nominated artists

  • Davide Balula

Born in 1978 in Annecy, France. Lives and works in Paris and New York. Gallery representation: Frank Elbaz GalleryParis.

  • Neil Beloufa

Born in 1985 in Paris, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Balice Hertling Gallery, Paris.

  • Melik Ohanian

Born in 1969 in Lyon, France. Lives and works in Paris and New York. Gallery representation: Chantal Crousel Gallery, Paris.

  • Zineb Sedira

Born in 1963 in Paris, France. Lives and works in Paris, London and Algiers. Gallery representation: Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Bernard Blistène (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris – Panel president
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Didier Grumbach (France), Collector
  • Hou Hanru (China-France), Artistic Director of Maxxi, National Museum of 21st Century Art, Rome
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France, United States) – Artist,  Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • Giuliana Setari-Carusi (Italy), Collector
  • René Zechlin (Germany), Director of the Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen

ADIAF selection committee:

Claude Bonnin, Philippe Dolfi, Estelle Francès, Gilles Fuchs, Dorith Galuz, Thierry Gontier, Michèle Guyot-Roze, Christine Macel, Jean-Pierre Pont, Didier Saulnier, Akemi Shiraha.

Artist reporters: 

Jean-Max Colard (Davide Balula), Morad Montazami (Zineb Sedira), Emilie Renard (Neïl Beloufa), Jean-Christophe Royoux (Melik Ohanian).

Key dates

  • 6 February 2014: Selection committee
  • 23 to 26 October 2014: Group exhibition of nominated artists at FIAC
  • 25 October: Announcement of the laureate
  • Autumn 2015: Exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou.

Nominated artists

  • Théo Mercier

Born in 1984 in Paris, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Gabrielle Maubrie Gallery, Paris.

  • Julien Previeux

Born in 1974 in Grenoble, France. Lives and works in Paris. Gallery representation: Jousse Entreprise Gallery, Paris.

  • Florian and Michael Quistrebert

Born in 1982 and 1976 in Nantes, France. Live and work in Paris and Amsterdam. Gallery representation: Crèvecoeur Gallery, Paris
and Juliette Jongma, Amsterdam.

  • Evariste Richer

Born in 1969 in Montpellier, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Meessen De Clercq Gallery, Brussels and Schleicher and Lange Gallery, Berlin.

International jury

  • Bernard Blistène (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris – Panel president
  • Joop N.A. Van Caldenborgh (Netherlands), Collector
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Anibal Y. Jozami (Argentina), Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France, United States) – Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • Thierry Raspail (France), Director of the Museum of Contemporary Art and Artistic Director of the Lyon Biennale of Contemporary Art
  • Robert Storr (United States), Independent Curator, Dean of the School of Fine Arts, Yale University

ADIAF selection committee:

Françoise Adamsbaum, Pierre-Antoine Baubion, Gaïa Donzet, Olivier Fau, Gilles Fuchs, Nicolas Laugero-Lasserre, Alain Le Provost, Roberta Malavasi, Gabriel Nallet, Sébastien Peyret, Akemi Shiraha.

Artist reporters: 

Stéphane Corréard (Théo Mercier), Elie During (Julien Prévieux), Florence Ostende (Evariste Richer), Pascal Rousseau (Florian and Michaël Quistrebert).

Key dates

  • 7 February 2013: Selection committee
  • 24 to 27 October 2013: exhibition of nominated artists at FIAC
  • 26 October: Announcement of the laureate
  • 8 October 2014 to 26 January 2015: Exhibition of the laureate

Nominated artists

  • Farah Atassi

Born in 1981 in Brussels, Belgium. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Xippas Gallery, Paris.

  • Latifa Echakhch

Born in 1974 in Morocco. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris.

  • Claire Fontaine

Gallery representation: Chantal Crousel & Niklas Svennung Gallery, Paris and Air de Paris Gallery.

  • Raphaël Zarka

Born in 1977 in Montpellier, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Michel Rein Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Bernhard Mendes Bürgi (Switzerland) – Director of the Kunstmuseum Basel
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France, United States) – Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris – Panel president
  • Giovanni Springmeier (Germany) – Collector
  • Poul Erik Tojner (Denmark) – Director of the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Copenhagen
  • Sylvie WIinckler (France) – Collector

ADIAF selection committee:

Dominique Agostini, Guy Bloch-Chamfort, Arnaud Brillois, Stéphane Corréard, Anne-Hélène Decaux, Gilles Fuchs, Bruno Henry, Nathalie Mamane-Cohen, Françoise Quémin, Akemi Shiraha, Mariachiara Traviamonteleone, Brigitte Wanlin.

Artist reporters: 

Suzanne Cotter (Raphaël Zarka), Donatien Grau (Claire Fontaine), Marjolaine Lévy (Farah Atassi), Rein Wolfs (Latifa Echakhch).

Key dates

  • February 2012: Selection committee
  • 18 to 21 October 2012: exhibition of the nominated artists at FIAC
  • Autumn 2013: Exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou

Nominated artists

  • Valérie Favre

Born in 1959 in Evillard, Switzerland. Lives and works in Paris and Berlin. Gallery representation: Jocelyn Wolff Gallery, Paris, Barbara Thum Gallery, Berlin, Peter Kilchmann Gallery, Zurich.

  • Daniel Dewar and Grégory Gicquel

Daniel Dewar was born in 1976 in Forest of Dean, UK, and Grégory Gicquel in 1975 in Saint-Brieuc, France. They both live and work in Paris. Gallery representation: Loevenbruck Gallery, Paris.

  • Bertrand Lamarche

Born in 1966 in Paris, France. Lives and works in Paris, France Gallery representation: Jérôme Poggi Gallery, Paris.

  • Franck Scurti

Born in 1967 in Lyon, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Michel Rein Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Michel Delfosse (Belgium) – Collector
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France, United States) – Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • Fumio Nanjo (Japan) – Director of the Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
  • Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou, Paris – Panel president
  • Beatrix Ruf (Germany) – Director of the Kunsthalle Zürich
  • Muriel Salem (Great Britain) – Collector

Selection committee 

Anne-Pierre d’Albis Ganem, Philippe de Beauvoir, Renato Casciani, Christian de Dancourt, Gilles Fuchs, Frédéric de Goldschmidt, Marie Gossart Bryan, Florence de Gramont, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Michel Poietvin, Bruno Ribeyron Montmartin.

Artist reporters: 

Antonia Birnbaum (Bertrand Lamarche), Philippe Dagen (Valérie Favre), Dorothée Dupuis (Daniel Dewar and Grégory Gicquel), Jean de Loisy (Franck Scurti).

Key dates

  • 4 April 2011: Selection committee
  • 20 to 23 October 2011: exhibition of the nominated artists at FIAC
  • 3 October 2012 to 7 January 2013: exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou, Espace 315

Nominated artists

  • Damien Cabanes

Born in 1959 in Suresnes, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Eric Dupont Gallery, Paris

  • Mircea Cantor

Born in 1977 in Oradea, Romania, lives and works in Paris, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: VNH in Paris, Dvir in Tel Aviv and Magazzino in Rome.

  • Guillaume Leblon

Born in 1971 in Lille, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Jocelyn Wolff Gallery.

  • Samuel Rousseau

Born in 1971 in Marseille, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Aeroplastics Gallery in Brussels, Claire Gastaud Gallery in Clermont-Ferrand, Bärtschi Gallery in Geneva, RX Gallery in Paris, Parker’s Box Gallery in New York and 1000eventi Gallery in Milan.

International jury

  • Carolyn Christov Bakargiev (Germany), Artistic Director of Documenta
  • Rosa de la Cruz (United States), Collector
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Zoé Gray (Rotterdam), Curator of the Witte de With Museum
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France, United States), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize.
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou
  • Jose Olympio da Veiga Pereira (Brazil), Collector

ADIAF selection committee:

David Biard, Isabelle Bourgeois, Françoise Darmon, Jean-Luc Guerin, Hervé Lancelin, Jean Claude Marian, Gaël de Roquefeuil, Florence Guerlain.

Artist reporters: 

Thomas Boutoux (Guillaume Leblon), Olivier Kaeppelin (Damien Cabanes), Françoise Parfait (Samuel Rousseau), François Quintin (Mircea Cantor).

Key dates

  • 21 February 2010: Selection committee
  • 23 October 2010: Announcement of the laureate
  • 21 to 24 October 2010: exhibition of the nominated artists at FIAC

Nominated artists

  • Cyprien Gaillard

Born in 1980 in Paris, France. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Gallery representation: Bugada & Cargnel Gallery, Paris.

  • Céleste Boursier-Mougenot

Born in 1961 in Paris, France Lives and works in Sète, France. Gallery representation: Xippas Gallery, Paris.

  • Camille Henrot

Born in 1978. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Kamel Mennour Gallery, Paris.

  • Anne-Marie Schneider

Born in 1962 in Chauny, France. Lives in Paris. Gallery representation: Peter Freeman Inc. Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Nicolas Bourriaud (France), Curator and Art Critic
  • Carolyn Christov Bakargiev (United States, Italy), Curator and Critic, Artistic Director of Documenta 13 Kassel 2012
  • Sabine Dumont-Schutte (Germany), Collector
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Richard Lane (United States), Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France, United States), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou

ADIAF selection committee:

Daniel Bosser, Stéphane Corréard, Georges Dintras, Gilles Fuchs, Germaine de Liencourt, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Frédéric Morel, Sandra Mulliez, Colette Poitevin, Didier Saulnier, Jean-Sébastien Stehli, Sylvie Winckler.

Artist reporters: 

Ami Barak (Camille Henrot), Eric de Chassey (Anne-Marie Schneider), Elena Filipovic (Cyprien Gaillard), François Quintin (Céleste Boursier-Mougenot).

Key dates

  • 17 March 2009: selection committee
  • 22 to 25 October 2009: exhibition of the nominated artists at FIAC
  • 15 September 2010 to 3 January 2011: exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou, Espace 315

Nominated artists

  • Saâdane Afif

Born in 1970 in Vendôme, France. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Gallery representation: Michel Rein Gallery, Paris

  • Damien Deroubaix

Born in 1972 in Lille, France. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Gallery representation: In Situ – Fabienne Leclerc Gallery, Paris.

  • Nicolas Moulin

Born in 1970. Lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Gallery representation:Chez Valentin Gallery, Paris.

  • Philippe Perrot

Born in 1967. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Concept, Paris.

International jury

  • James Cottrel (United States), Collector
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Dakis Joannou (Greece), Collector
  • Kasper König (Germany), Director of the Ludwig Museum, Cologne
  • Charlotte Laubard (Bordeaux), Director of CAPC
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France, United States), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize.
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou

ADIAF selection committee:

Jacques Boissonnas, Nadia Candet, Philippe Dolfi, Gilles Fuchs, Henri Griffon, Daniel Guerlain, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, François Michel, Frédéric Morel, Michel Poitevin, Katia Raymondeau.

Artist reporters: 

Caroline Bourgeois (Philippe Perrot), Zoë Gray (Saâdane Afif), Eric Mangion (Nicolas Moulin), Ralph Melcher (Damien Deroubaix).

Key dates

  • 10 April 2008: selection committee
  • 23 to 26 October 2008: exhibition of the nominated artists at FIAC, Cour Carrée du Louvre
  • 25 October 2008: Announcement of the laureate
  • 17 June to 14 September 2009: exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou, Espace 315: “The HORN PERSPECTIVE”

Nominated artists

  • Michel Blazy

Born in 1966. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Concept, Paris.

  • Stéphane Calais

Born in 1967 in Arras, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Aliceday Gallery, Brussels.

  • Laurent Grasso

Born in 1972 in Mulhouse, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Perrotin Gallery, Paris.

  • Didier Marcel

Born in 1961 in Besançon, France. Lives and works in Dijon, France. Gallery representation: Michel Rein Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Pierre Darier (Switzerland), Collector, President of Mamco
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France), Artist
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou
  • Julia Peyton-Jones (Great Britain), Director of the Serpentine Gallery
  • Guy Tossato (France), Director of the Museum of Grenoble
  • Walter Vanhaerents (Belgium), Collector

ADIAF selection committee:

Georges Ayache, Philippe Dolfi, Jacqueline Frydman, Gilles Fuchs, Bruno Henry, Guillaume Houzé, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Régis Meyer, Agnès Rein, Guillaume de Saint Seine, Philippe Wilhelem, Anne Winocourt.

Artist reporters: 

Xavier Douroux (Didier Marcel), Michel Gauthier (Laurent Grasso), Jean de Loisy (Stéphane Calais), Marc-Olivier Wahler (Michel Blazy).

Key dates

  • 22 May 2007: selection committee
  • 18 to 22 October 2007: exhibition of the nominated artists at FIAC
    (Cour Carrée du Louvre)
  • 20 October: Announcement of the laureate
  • 24 June to 29 September 2008: exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou, Espace 315: “4 BETWEEN 2 and 3”

Nominated artists

  • Adam Adach

Born in 1962 in Warsaw, Poland. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Jean Brolly Gallery, Paris.

  • Pierre Ardouvin

Born in 1955 in Crest, France. Lives and works in Montreuil, France. Gallery representation: Valentin Gallery, Paris.

  • Richard Fauguet

Born in 1963 in La Châtre, France. Lives and works in Châteauroux, France. Gallery representation: Concept, Paris.

  • Tatiana Trouvé

Born in 1968 in Cosenza, Italy. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery in Paris, Almine Rech Gallery in Brussels and Johann König Gallery in Berlin.

International jury 

  • Blake Byrne (Los Angeles, United States), Collector
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou
  • Silvio Perlstein (Belgium), Collector
  • Joëlle Pijaudier (France), Director of the Strasbourg Museums
  • Adam Szymczyk (Switzerland), Director of the Kunstalle Basel

ADIAF selection committee:

Hervé Acker, Anne-Marie Charbonneaux, Stéphane Corréard, Jean-Jacques Flers, Gilles Fuchs, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Gérard Mavalais, Michel Poitevin, Caroline Smulders, Anne Staub, Lise Toubon.

Artist reporters:

Caroline Bourgeois (Pierre Ardouvin), Elie During (Tatiana Trouvé), Julia Garimoth (Adam Adach), Yannick Miloux (Richard Fauguet).

Key dates

  • 27 April 2006: selection committee
  • 26 to 30 October: exhibition of the pre-selected artists at Fiac
  • 9 May to 13 August 2007: exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou, Espace 315: “A MORT L’INFINI”

Nominated artists

  • Adel Abdessemed

Born in 1971 in Constantine, Algeria. Gallery representation: David Zwirner Gallery in New York and Dvir Gallery in Tel Aviv.

  • Leandro Erlich

Born in 1973 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lives and works between Buenos Aires and Paris. Gallery representation: Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Paris.

  • Philippe Mayaux

Born in 1961 in Roubaix, France. Lives and works in Montreuil, France. Gallery representation: Loevenbruck Gallery, Paris.

  • Bruno Peinado

Born in 1970 in Montpellier, France. Lives and works in Douarnenez, France. Gallery representation: Loevenbruck Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Robert Fleck (Germany), Director of the Deichtorhallen, Hamburg
  • Gilles Fuchs (France), President of ADIAF, Collector
  • Fabrice Hergott (France), Director of the Strasbourg Museums
  • Bernard Massini (France), Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize.
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou
  • Patricia Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Italy), Collector

ADIAF selection committee:

Jean-Claude Aspe, Bernard Chenebault, Gérard Cohen, Pierre Cornette de Saint Cyr, Bernard Descamps, Gilles Fuchs, Henri Jobbé Duval, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Jean-Claude Mosconi, Jean-Pierre Pradié

Artist reporters: 

Nicolas Bourriaud (Bruno Peinado), Danilo Eccher (Leandro Erlich), Jean de Loisy (Adel Abdessemed), Marc-Olivier Wahler (Philippe Mayaux).

Key dates

  • 18 May 2005: Selection committee
  • 6 to 10 October 2005: Group exhibition of nominated artists at FIAC
  • 8 October 2005: International panel of judges
  • 16 May to 31 July 2006: Exhibition at the Centre Pompidou, Espace 315. “MANÈGE”

Nominated artists

  • Kader Attia

Lives and works in Paris, France, and Berlin, Germany. Gallery representation: Continua Gallery, Paris.

  • Gilles Barbier

Born in 1965 in Vanuatu, lives and works in Marseille, France. Gallery representation: Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois Gallery in Paris and Taché-Lévy Gallery in Brussels.

  • Olivier Blanckart

Born in 1959 in Brussels, lives in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois Gallery in Paris and the Taché-Lévy Gallery in Brussels.

  • Claude Closky

Born in 1963 in Paris, France. Lives and works in Paris, France Gallery representation: Laurent Godin Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Maria de Corral (Spain), Director of the Venice Biennale
  • Gilles Fuchs (Paris), Collector, President of ADIAF
  • Anton Herbert (Belgium), Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (France), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • Hans Ulrich Obrist (Switzerland), Curator of Exhibitions
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou
  • Alain-Dominique Perrin (France), President of Jeu de Paume, Collector

ADIAF selection committee:

Bernadette Bainville, Daniel Bosser, Catherine Brownstone, Gérard Cohen, Gilles Fuchs, Florence de Gramont, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Philippe Piguet, Marie-Aline Prat, Katia Raymondaud.

Artist reporters: 

Marie-Claude Beaud (Claude Closky), Jean de Loisy (Olivier Blanckart), Catherine Millet (Gilles Barbier), Thierry Raspail (Kader Attia).

Key dates

  • 10 February 2004: Selection committee
  • 22 April 2004: International panel of judges
  • 8 December 2004 to 7 February 2005: exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou, Espace 315: “SEARCH FOR THE NEW LAND”

Nominated artists

  • Valérie Belin

Born in 1964 in Boulogne Billancourt, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Nathalie Obadia Gallery, Paris.

  • Carole Benzaken

Born in 1964 in Grenoble, France. Lives and works in Paris and Los Angeles. Gallery representation: Nathalie Obadia Gallery, Paris.

  • Philippe Cognee

Born in 1957 in Nantes, France. Lives and works in Nantes. Gallery representation: Daniel Templon Gallery, Paris.

  • Richard Fauguet

Born in 1963 in La Châtre, France. Lives and works in Châteauroux, France. Gallery representation: Concept, Paris.

  • Philippe Ramette

Born in 1961. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Xippas Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Francisco Capelo (Lisbon), Collector
  • Gilles Fuchs (Paris), Collector, President of ADIAF
  • Antoine de Galbert (Paris), Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (Paris), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou
  • Dirk Snauwaert (Belgium), Director of the Institute of Contemporary Art of Villeurbanne “New Museum”
  • Harald Szeemann (Switzerland), Curator, Former Curator at the Kunsthaus Zurich

ADIAF selection committee:

Jacqueline d’Amécourt, Claude Fain, Gilles Fuchs, Florence Guerlain, Clotilde Herbo, Didier Krzentowski, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Gabrielle Salomon, Rita Tavernier, Michel Triouflet, Robert Wifian.

Artist reporters: 

Régis Durand (Valérie Belin), Xavier Fransceschi (Richard Fauguet), Jean-Yves Jouannais (Philippe Ramette), Bernard Marcadé (Carole Benzaken), Philippe Piguet (Philippe Cognee).

Key dates

  • 16 January 2003: Selection committee
  • 13 March 2003: international panel of judges
  • 10 December 2003 to 9 February 2004: exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou, Espace 315: “Le Pavillon”

Nominated artists

  • Stéphane Couturier

Born in 1957. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Polaris Gallery, Paris.

  • Claude Leveque

Born in 1953 in Nantes, France. Lives and works in Montreuil, France. Gallery representation: Kamel Mennour Gallery. Paris.

  • Mathieu Mercier

Born in 1970 in Conflans Saint Honorine, France. Lives and works in Paris, France. Gallery representation: Medhi Chouakri Gallery in Paris, Massimo Minini Gallery in Brescia, Lange&Pult Gallery in Zürich, Luis Adelantado Gallery in Valencia and Paul Kasmin Gallery in New York.

  • Pascal Pinaud

Born in 1964 in Toulouse, France. Lives and works in Nice, France. Gallery representation: Nathalie Obadia Gallery in Paris and Catherine Issert Gallery in Saint-Paul-de-Vence.

  • Eric Poitevin

Born in Longuyon in 1961. Lives and works in Mangiennes, France. Gallery representation: Peter Freeman Inc. Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Marie-Claude Beaud (Luxembourg), Director of the Musée d’Art Moderne Grand Duc Jean Foundation
  • Gilles Fuchs (Paris), Collector, President of ADIAF
  • Jorge S. Helft (Buenos Aires), Collector
  • Hélène Lemoine (Bordeaux), Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (Paris), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (France), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou
  • Nicholas Serota (London), Director Tate London

ADIAF selection committee:

Christophe Durand-Ruel, Gilles Fuchs, Florence de Gramont, Florence Guerlain, Bruno Henry, Philippe Lévy, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Alice Morgaine, Philippe Piguet, Michel Poitevin.

Artist reporters:

Pascal Beausse (Mathieu Mercier), Christian Bernard (Pascal Pinaud), Alexis Fabri (Eric Poitevin), Philippe Piguet (Stéphane Couturier), Eric Troncy (Claude Leveque).

2000

Key dates

  • 6 October 2000: Selection committee
  • 1 December 2000: International panel of judges
  • 28 February to 30 April 2001: exhibition of the laureate at the Centre Pompidou: “PÔLE SELF”

Nominated artists

  • Pierre Bismuth

Born in 1963 in Paris, France. Lives in Paris and London. Gallery representation: Bugada & Cargnel Gallery, Paris.

  • Rebecca Bournigault

Born in 1970 in Colmar, France. Lives in Paris and London. Gallery representation: the Dominique Fiat Gallery, Paris.

  • Claude Closky

Born in 1963 in Paris, France. Lives in Paris. Gallery representation: Laurent Godin Gallery, Paris.

  • Thomas Hirschhorn

Born in 1957 in Bern, Switzerland. Lives in Paris. Gallery representation: Chantal Crousel Gallery, Paris.

  • Felice Varini

Born in 1952 in Locarno, Switzerland. Lives in Paris. Gallery representation: Jean Brolly Gallery, Paris.

  • Xavier Veilhan

Born in 1963 in Lyon, France. Lives in Paris. Gallery representation: Emmanuel Perrotin Gallery, Paris.

International jury

  • Jean-Hubert Martin (Germany), Director of the Museum Kunst Palast-Dusseldorf
  • Gilles Fuchs (Paris), Collector and President of ADIAF
  • Ida Gianelli (Turin), Director of Castello di Rivoli
  • Hans Hoffmann (Berlin), Collector
  • Marin Karmitz (Paris), Film Producer and Collector
  • Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier (Paris), Artist, Representative of the Marcel Duchamp Association for the prize
  • President: Alfred Pacquement (Paris), Director of Musée National d’Art Moderne, Centre Pompidou

ADIAF selection committee:

Françoise Billarant, Jean Brolly, Christophe Durand-Ruel, Gilles Fuchs, Nancy de la Selle, Isabelle Lemaitre, Jacqueline Matisse-Monnier, Michel Poietvin, Sophie Schmit, Sylvie Winckler.

Artist reporters: 

Yves Aupetitalot (Xavier Veilhan), Jean Philippe Billarant (Felice Varini), Caroline Bourgeois (Rebecca Bournigault), Jean Brolly (Thomas Hirschhorn), Stéphanie Moisdon (Pierre Bismuth), Frédéric Paul (Claude Closky).