The exhibition presents the 12 winners of the 2021 prizes and bursaries awarded by the Friends of Fine Arts in Paris
The Prizes of the Friends of Fine Arts in Paris
agnès b., president of the Friends of Fine Arts in Paris and the members of the board are pleased to present the 7 winners, including two artists ex æquo, of the 6 prizes awarded by the association in 2021.
Arnaud Adami, Barbana Bojadzi, Max Coulon, Juliette Green, Elise Nguyen Quoc, Valentin Ranger, will each receive an endowment of 5,000€ (for the ex æquo the endowment is shared) on the decision of the members of the jury1 with regard to the whole of their work and the relevance of their artistic approach.
These prizes are intended to provide financial assistance to students of the École des Beaux-Arts and to facilitate their transition to professional life. With the exception of the Portrait Prize, which is open to all, they are reserved for 3rd and 5th year students.
In 2021, six sponsors have offered a prize of €5,000.
- agnès b., for the agnès b. prize created in 2008
- The Thaddaeus Ropac gallery, for the Thaddaeus Ropac prize created in 2008
- Bertrand de Demandolx-Dedons, for the Portrait Prize created in 2012
- Nathalie Prouvost, for the Khalil de Chazournes Prize created in 2018
- Cabinet Weil, Gotshal & Manges, for the Weil Prize created in 2018
- The members, for the Friends' prize created in 2019
The Friends of the Beaux-Arts de Paris grants
agnès b., president of the Friends of the Beaux-Arts de Paris, and the members of the board are pleased to exhibit the three artists who will be awarded grants in 2021.
Olivier Bémer, Tania Gheerbrant and Hatice Pinarbasi will each receive an endowment of €5,000, as decided by the members of the selection committee1, in recognition of their body of work and the relevance of their artistic approach.
The François Dujarric de la Rivière grants
agnès b., president of the Amis des Beaux-Arts de Paris, and the members of the board are pleased to exhibit the two artists who won the François Dujarric de La Rivière grants in 2021.
Angela Noir and Ayuna Ochirova will each receive an endowment of 5,000€ after the jury1 has decided on the quality of the artistic files, their richness and finesse, as well as the strength of the candidates' artistic commitment.
The François Dujarric de la Rivière scholarships, each worth €5,000, are awarded every year to two students who have passed through the VIA FERRATA preparatory class and been admitted to the Beaux-Arts de Paris. They are awarded on the basis of social criteria, the quality of the artistic file, success in the competitions, personal investment and motivation.
VIA FERRATA would like to warmly thank the Friends and the Dujarric family for the precious support given to its students through this award.
The 2021 Friends' Prizes can be found on the Atlas des Beaux-Arts de Paris