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Artist graduated from the DNSAP of the Beaux-Arts de Paris in 2019, 2020 or 2021

  • 5,000 € prize
  • Exhibition at Sisley's headquarters from June 10 to 30, 2022
  • Visit of the premises on Tuesday morning, February 8, 3/5 avenue de Friedland in Paris at 10:15 am and 11:15 am (confirmation from

Portfolio to be submitted until February 22 at midnight on the platform accessible here



"Art needs to be supported." - Christine d'Ornano, Deputy Managing Director of Sisley


In 2022, Sisley is renewing its commitment to promoting the emerging contemporary art scene while supporting the place of women in art and society with the second edition of the Sisley Beaux-Arts de Paris Prize for Young Creation. This distinction, awarded by an all-female jury, is intended for an artist, male or female, graduating (DNSAP) from the Beaux-Arts de Paris school in 2019, 2020 or 2021.


Alongside Christine d'Ornano, deputy general manager of Sisley and president of this jury, inspired and inspiring women who meet to elect the next winner, share their vision and bring, on contemporary issues that art can embody or illustrate, professional views and sensibilities.

Will be gathered :

Christine d'Ornano, deputy general manager of Sisley and president of the jury
Kathy Alliou, head of the art department at Beaux-Arts de Paris
Ymane Chabi-Gara, artist, winner of the Sisley Beaux-Arts de Paris Prize for
the Young Creation 2021
Nina Childress, artist, professor at Beaux-Arts de Paris
Alexandra Fain, director of Asia Now (Fair dedicated to contemporary Asian art)
Eleonora Galasso, chef and writer
Julie Gayet, actress, producer and director
Cathia Lawson, Director of the Business Bank for Africa, Société Générale
Alexia Niedzielski, editor in chief of System Magazine, investor
Nathalie Vallois, gallery owner (Georges-Philippe et Nathalie Vallois)
Cécile Verdier, President of Christie's France


In order to support and promote the winner of the Sisley Beaux-Arts de Paris Prize for Young Creation, Sisley is awarding a €5,000 grant to help him in his future projects, and is organizing an exhibition of his work at the brand's headquarters as part of the cultural season at Trois Cinq Friedland.


Organized to coincide with International Women's Rights Day on March 8, the exhibition has the dual purpose of highlighting the work of the winner and the view of the female jury.

  • Male or female artists who graduated (DNSAP) from the Beaux-arts de Paris in 2019, 2020 or 2021
  • Visual artists, all practices included
  • A4 format file in digital version in pdf
  • The files will be kept
  • 15 pages maximum including a CV and a portfolio, with one or more texts presenting the work and visuals of the works
  • 15-minute audition for the pre-selected candidates on site and possibly at a distance for candidates who are unable to attend.

The winner will have to make himself available for the organization of his exhibition in the Sisley headquarters
(3 avenue Friedland, Paris 8). The works to be exhibited in this exhibition must already be produced and available.

Opening on Thursday, June 9, 2022 from 6:30 pm to 9 pm*.
Exhibition until June 30, 2022*.

Submit one digital file per application until February 22, 2022 at midnight, on the platform accessible here