Where are the winners exhibited?
The exhibition of the winners will take place in Sète, at the Reservoir, partner of the Prize.
Sète is today the most active city of art in the South of France. It saw the birth of free figuration with Robert Combas and Hervé Di Rosa.
It is in Sète that many artists live such as Pierre Soulage, the most famous living French painter, Robert Combas, and many contemporary artists such as André Cervera, Jean Denant, Céleste Mougenot-Boursier, who represented France at the Venice Biennale in 2017 ...
The Reservoir is a unique exhibition space in Sète, which magnifies art as in a museum and which allows the general public to be able to acquire a property as in a gallery. The Reservoir also offers "meeting and sharing spaces".
“By creating Art & Patrimoine, I want to transmit the passion that has always animated me, and defend the idea that art can be accessible to as many people as possible. "
Gilbert Ganivenq , founder of the Sète Reservoir.
2,000 m2 dedicated to contemporary art and art brut, with more than 2,500 works, a large part of which is for sale. A museum-gallery, a museum-concept-store, with a "sharp selection of artistic creations":
Works from the private collection of its founder, Gilbert Ganivenq, and others that are for sale.
Works by well-known artists such as Combas, Di Rosa, Yan Peï-Ming, Philippe Pasqua, who rub shoulders with those of young talents, notably from the street-art movement.
Free entry. A way for the patron that is Gilbert Ganivenq, to realize one of his dreams, to promote access of the greatest number to culture and contemporary art.