The Fondation Carmignac is pleased to announce the loan of the artwork Using The Loud Speaker As An Instrument Of Fear While Killing by Leang Seckon for the exhibition "Phnom Penh", as part of the fourth edition of Lille3000 on the theme of "Renaissance ". The wor
As part of the 2015 edition of the Visa pour l’Image festival in Perpignan, the Fondation Carmignac has announced that the 6th edition of the Carmignac photojournalism Award will be awarded to Christophe Gin, in recognition of his work on the theme of ‘Lawless areas in F
The Fondation Carmignac is pleased to have supported the 14th edition of the Jazz à Porquerolles festival, taking place from July 9 to 13, 2015. Since 2002, the Jazz à Porquerolles festival presents jazz artists from around the world in the stunning scenery of the island of Porque
Korakrit Arunanondchai, born in Bangkok, Thailand in 1986. My Trip to the White Temple #5, 2013, inkjet print, burnt denim, synthetic gold leaf, 96 x 56 inches
Edward Ruscha, Born in 1937 in Omaha (United States), Falling Sand, Triptych, 1989, Acrylic on paper, 30 x 60 inches
Bernard Frize, Born in 1954 in Saint-Mandé (France), Ponctué, 2008, Painting, 67 x 67 inches
Joe Goode, Born in 1937 in Oklahoma City, Shark Bite, 2014, Mixed Media, 96 x 96 inches
Davide Monteleone's interview on Sky Arte about the Spasibo exhibition in Milan.
Edouard Carmignac joins the ARTnews TOP 200 Collectors
Anahita Ghabaian is Director of the Silk Road Gallery in Tehran and Chair of the panel of judges for the 5th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award NG : At the time of the revolution, photographs and books were destroyed because they could represent a controversial stance; they
Private viewing on Thursday 10 July 2014. The fifth winner of the Carmignac photojournalism award will be announced at the event Davide Monteleone, 4th winner of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award, will be exhibiting his Spasibo collection at the Hôtel de Luppé in Arles from 7 July to 1
Carl Randall, Born in 1975 in England, Tokyo Portrait, 2011, Painting, 71 21⁄32 x 89 3⁄8 inches
Born in 1973, Urs Fischer is a Swiss artist living in New York. A successor to the Dada and Pop Art movements, he does not limit his work to a particular medium and uses humour to portray the codes of contemporary society and the history of art. Poultry is a continuation of his series of monumental
The Spasibo exhibition by Davide Monteleone, winner of the fourth Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism Award, will run from 24 May to 21 June 2014 at the Studio Museo Francesco Messina in Milan.
The exhibitions organised by the villa Noailles regularly present works belonging to the Foundation Carmignac’s collection, such as this photograph by Vanessa Von Zitzewitz, Sleeping Angel, 1999.
Wu Junyong, Born in 1978 in Fujian Province (China), Hitting the plane, 2008, Painting, 47 x 86 inches
Huang Xiaoliang, Born in 1985 in China, A Gentle Summer, 2013, Photography, 31.5 x 47.2 inches
Ryan Brown, Born in 1970 in Doylestown (USA), Concern for the spirit (RB 28), 2013, Mixed technique, 84 x 74 x 2.3 inches
Willem de Kooning, Born in 1904 in Rotterdam, Untitled XLIII, 1983, Painting, 77 x 88 inches
Douglas Gordon, Born in 1966 in Glasgow, I'm right, 2013, Mixed technique, 53 x 78 inch