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Hakanto Contemporary

July 2024
(since 2024)
Born from a shared passion for contemporary Malagasy art, Hakanto Contemporary emerged in Antananarivo in 2020. This independent, non-profit space is the brainchild of artist Joël Andrianomearisoa, who is also its artistic director, and entrepreneur and patron Hasnaine Yavarhoussen. An artist’s project, for artists. Hakanto Contemporary serves as a dynamic platform dedicated to artists, exhibitions, reflection, and encounters.
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Fondation d'entreprise Martell

Fondation d’entreprise Martell

April 2020
(since 2016)
Created in 2016 in the heart of Cognac, the Fondation d'entreprise Martell is a platform for research and experimentation for designers, artists and researchers, as well as a public place of awareness and learning with a focus on living things.
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Fondation Louis Roederer

January 2020
(since 2015)
The Fondation Louis Roederer was created in 2011 to carry out Maison Louis Roederer’s patronage policy. The initiative was prompted by Maison Louis Roederer when discovering the Bibliothèque nationale de France’s collection of photographs in 2003.
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Lee Ufan Arles

July 2023
(since 2022)
Opened in 2022, Lee Ufan Arles aims to be both an exhibition space for the discovery of Lee Ufan's work and a “lively place” supporting and sponsoring a variety of artistic and cultural activities.
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DANS UN SOUFFLE SUR UN SONGE CONTER UN AUTRE MONDE_2, Joe?l Andrianomearisoa, Sculpture, acier, peinture noire, 2023, Courtesy de l'artiste, ©Paul Lehr pour Diptyque

diptyque

October 2021
(since 2020)
diptyque is a pioneer of perfume: a forerunner of an art de vivre through the senses. For diptyque, perfume is an art, and art is a journey. The first store opened in 1961 at 34 boulevard Saint Germain; today, the maison exports its brand of Parisian chic to 42 countries.
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Bernar Venet, 6 Arcs Perception Inte?rieur Exte?rieur 2023 Courtesy Venet Foundation ©Bernar Venet, ADAGP, 2023

Venet Foundation

February 2020
(since 2014)
The Venet Foundation is the culmination of Bernar Venet’s relations with major international artists, and the result of the transformation of his Provence property into a "total work of art.”
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View of the exhibition of Olafur Eliasson at the Tinaia Al Bosco, Éric et Caroline Freymond Collection, Curated by Laurence Dreyfus  © Ela Bialkowska

Palazzo Al Bosco

July 2023
(since 2022)
Palazzo Al Bosco is a private venue in the heart of Tuscany, created by art patrons and collectors Caroline and Eric Freymond. Part of the buildings, currently under restoration, is dedicated to contemporary art in all its forms.
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Fondation Thalie © Michel Figuet

Fondation Thalie

April 2020
(2019 - 2021 ; 2024)
Created in Brussels (Belgium) by the collector and philanthropist Nathalie Guiot, the Fondation Thalie’s mission is to support, promote and disseminate contemporary creation committed to societal themes.
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Vue de l'exposition Je ne suis pas ce que tu vois de moi, oeuvre de Vale?rie Oka Tu coirs vraiment que parce que je suis noire, je baise mieux et Nina Childress, Blow, Fondation France?s, Clichy, 2024 - copie

Fondation Francès

February 2024
(since 2023)
Founded in 2009 by Estelle and Hervé Francès, a business couple with a passion for art, the Francès corporate foundation is conceived as a reflective space around a collection of nearly 800 international contemporary works, open to all forms of artistic expression.
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Vue de l'installation Forty-seventh Samsara, Yemi Awosile, 2023  © Martin Argyroglo -2

Rubis Mécénat

January 2020
(since 2014)
Rubis Mécénat promotes creativity and supports long-term social actions through socio-cultural programs and artistic commissions worldwide.
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Allora & Calzadilla - Land Mark (Foot Prints) #12L

KADIST

April 2021
(since 2020)
KADIST is a non-profit organization which supports an engaged and decentralized vision of contemporary art, an affirmation that some of the world’s most important artistic voices are found beyond its own North American and European localities.
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SAM Art Projects

January 2020
(since 2016)
SAM Art Projects is a philanthropic project created by Sandra Hegedüs to support production and artistic exchanges.
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College de France © Patrick Imbert - College de France

Fondation Jean-François et Marie-Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre

May 2022
(since 2022)
The Foundation, created in 2009, aims to promote access to education, while stimulating creativity, whether artistic or scientific, and its dissemination to as many people as possible.
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Vue de l'exposition Life of Webs, Toma?s Sareceno, Espace Muraille, 2024, commissariat Laurence Dreyfus © Luca Fascini2

Espace Muraille

April 2020
(since 2017)
Espace Muraille is a unique exhibition space in Geneva (Switzerland), it was founded by the collector couple and art patrons Caroline and Eric Freymond, who delight in sharing their passion for contemporary art.
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Sur les traces du sel rose

ellipse art projects

June 2021
(since 2020)
The ellipse art projects endowment fund aims to promote artists mobility and to embolden cultural crossovers through the ellipse Prize. Each year, the Prize will reward an artist from one of the group's countries of operation, with a residency and an exhibition.
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© La Casa de Todos

AFIELD

December 2023
(since 2023)
A network of artist-led social initiatives, AFIELD was created from a grant and a program of meetings and workshops, and brings together artists from all disciplines who carry out concrete, long-term social action with a community.
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© Maxime d'Angeac & Martin Darzacq for Orient Express, Accor  - Train exterior day

Orient Express

January 2024
(since 2022)
For over 130 years, Orient Express (Accor Group) has been a cosmopolitan icon, an emblem of timeless luxury. This legendary blend of exotic opulence and utmost refinement is exemplified in the ambitious restoration and refurbishment of the train’s 17 historic carriages, in collaboration with French luxury houses and craftsmen, as well as in a collection of Orient Express hotels, inviting travelers to experience an extraordinary timeless moment.
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Felice Varini  Ellipse vide rouge, 1996  © Paris ADAGP 2019 - Collection Société Générale

Société Générale Collection

January 2020
(since 2009)
Created in 1995, the Collection Société Générale is one of the most important art collections built by a Bank in Europe. Exhibited in the group’s premises, it gathers more than 1200 works (painting, photography and sculpture).
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HT Le point du jour 200x200cm recto 1988-89

Fondation CHU Teh-Chun

February 2024
(since 2024)
The Foundation was founded in 2017 in Geneva out of the desire and commitment of the artist's family to pay tribute to Chu Teh-Chun's work. As a non-profit organization, its mission is to bring CHU's work to the public through visits, exhibitions, conferences and educational initiatives.
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Je viens de te voir en rêve, Marion Roche, Prix MAIF 2021 © Catherine Rebois

Prix MAIF pour la sculpture

April 2020
(since 2014)
For over a decade, MAIF (major French insurance company) has supported contemporary creation.
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Etiquettes à bagages des différents trains de luxe de la CIWL

Fonds de dotation Orient Express

April 2020
(since 2021)
A pioneer in Travel Art, Orient Express has shown its first series of Manifest Pieces during FIAC 2016, evocative of an art of living and travelling born nearly 140 years ago.
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Château du Rivau © J. P Raynaud

Château du Rivau

April 2020
(since 2019)
The Château du Rivau in Touraine (France) brings together medieval and Renaissance architecture, garden and lanscaping, Contemporary art and art de vivre. Every summer it produces contemporary art exhibitions on different themes.
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Fondation François Schneider

April 2020
(2017-2023)
A philanthropic foundation based in Alsace (France), in the heart of Europe, the Fondation François Schneider works in the fields of education and culture through various initiatives on the theme of water.
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Lucia Koch, Double Trouble, 2022 Crédit photo Benoit Fougeirol

Palais d’Iéna-Conseil économique

April 2020
(2017-2023)
During Paris+, the Palais d'Iéna - Conseil économique, social et environnemental invites a curator or an artist to design an exhibition, in dialogue with the venue’s striking architecture by Auguste Perret.
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Maria Tsagkari,

HYam

April 2020
(2014-2023)
HYam supports emerging artists from Mediterranean countries and increases their visibility on the international scene, while highlighting their projects on the Greek island of Hydra.
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Audi talents

April 2020
(2016 - 2022)
Since 2007, Audi talents, a program of Audi France, has supported emerging visual artists in the fields of plastic arts, design, applied arts, music and image, digital arts and audiovisual productions.
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Fondation Bettencourt Schueller

January 2020
(2017 - 2021)
A family-run philanthropic foundation, the Fondation Bettencourt Schueller spotlights, supports and valorizes the talent pool imagining the world of tomorrow in three sectors.
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David Horvitz 435 Ponti e qualche scorciatoia (435 ponts et quelques raccourcis), 2019 Biennale de Venise, 7 mai – 24 novembre 2019 Courtesy de l’artiste et Lab’Bel © Ernst van Deursen

Lab’Bel

April 2020
(2019 - 2022)
The Lab’Bel Arts and Cultural Fund is a laboratory of ideas and impertinent innovation of the Bel Group, dedicated to support the arts and to organize exhibitions and artistic events throughout France and Europe.
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Collection de céramiques La Musique par Maison Matisse © Alice Cuvelier

Maison Matisse

April 2020
(2019 - 2021)
Maison Matisse was started in 2019 by the fourth generation of Henri Matisse's family to celebrate and share the boldness and the values of this universally-acclaimed artist.
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Eva Nielsen,

Art [ ] Collector

April 2020
(2011 - 2021)
Art Collector is a philanthropic project created by a couple of French art collectors to bring together an artist, his/her collectors and gallery for an annual exhibition in Paris and a catalog publication.
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Giuilia Andreani - L'enfance de Pablo

Fonds de dotation Merci

April 2020
(2020 - 2021)
Since its creation in 2009, the Fonds de dotation Merci has been striving to improve living conditions for women, men and children, helping those in need to build a future both in Madagascar and in France.
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La Résidence Saint Ange  © Roland Halbe - Architecte © Studio Odile Decq

Résidence Saint-Ange

April 2020
(2017 - 2021)
Initiated by French collector Colette Tornier, La Résidence Saint-Ange is a complete program of support, productio and promotion for the emerging contemporary scene, embodied by a residence created by architect Odile Decq next to Grenoble.
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Porquerolles © Eric Valli pour la Fondation Carmignac

Fondation Carmignac

April 2020
(2012 - 2016)
Created in 2000 on the initiative of Edouard Carmignac, Fondation Carmignac is a corporate foundation with two main focuses: an art collection of close to 300 works, and the Photojournalism Award given out annually.
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Tomas Saraceno, LGC396, M+I, 2014 © Tomas Saraceno, Courtesy Esther Schipper, Laurence Dreyfus

Chambres à part

April 2020
(2011 - 2016)
For nearly a decade, within the framework of FIAC’s VIP program, Chambres a? part remains a unique and exclusive exhibition concept invented by Laurence Dreyfus in 2006.
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Pavillon Bourroulec. © Studio Bouroullec Courtesy Emerige

Emerige

April 2020
(2013 - 2018)
Emerige is a passionate supporter of contemporary creation and has, year after year, supported events in France and abroad that endeavour to promote the French artistic scene.
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Lanternes-detail-©-Maud-Remy-Lonvis

Orient Express

April 2021
(in 2016)
A pioneer in Travel Art, Orient Express has shown its first series of Manifest Pieces during FIAC 2016, evocative of an art of living and travelling born nearly 140 years ago.
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