For Louis Roederer Champagne, the partnership with the Palais de Tokyo coincides with the birth of its Foundation.
Contributing to this fabulous hotbed of creativity, one of the most fertile and exhilarating in the world, was both a pleasure and a given for Louis Roederer, aligning perfectly with the House’s quest for perfection. Today, this partnership opens the door and gives new momentum to a patronage that is already plentiful. For the last ten years it has enjoyed working with the BnF, several festivals in New York, Paris, Aix-en-Provence, London, Deauville and with truly great artists: Sophie Calle, Bettina Rheims, Stéphane Couturier, JR, Jean-Michel Alberola, Raymond Depardon… Thrilling years have enabled the old Champagne House from Reims to earn the French distinction of ‘Major patron of Culture and Arts’.
«Jean-Michel Alberola is our friend. We became close to the Palais de Tokyo thanks to him and Jean de Loisy. Alberola opened the doors to us with his Chambre des Instructions, a fantastic opportunity for our admission into the inner circle of the Palais’ patrons.
We have always felt passionately about the way he embodies his art with a love of life and great vision. We too feed our inspiration every day without ever breaking our communion with nature as we strive for the perfect wine. So facilitating L’aventure des détails, this exceptional moment at the Palais de Tokyo, was an obvious choice - a family event!» explains Michel Janneau, General Secretary of the Louis Roederer Foundation and Deputy Managing Director of Louis Roederer.
Image: Jean-Michel Alberola, La chambre des instructions, Palais de Tokyo, Paris © André Morin