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Pernod Ricard and Villa Vassilieff Fellowship Program 2020, France


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April 30, 2019

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PERNOD RICARD & VILLA VASSILIEFF Pernod Ricard Fellowship 2020

Pernod Ricard and Villa Vassilieff are delighted to announce the continuation of the Pernod Ricard Fellowship for the fifth consecutive year.

The Pernod Ricard Fellowship is conceived as a research and artistic platform, experimenting with non‑linear models of generating and distributing knowledge to encourage different possible connections between researchers, contemporary artists, cultural institutions, non-profit organizations and the general public. Inheriting the cosmopolitan and convivial spirit of the historical studio, art academy and artists’ cantina founded and run by Marie Vassilieff in the heart of Montparnasse, the Fellows enjoy a tailor-made support, special meetings with local or international researchers and art professionals relevant to their needs, and access to a rich network of institutions in France and abroad such as Centre Pompidou (a long-term, privileged partner of Pernod Ricard and Bétonsalon – Center for Art and Research). 

Fellows benefit from the research programs developed by Villa Vassilieff in collaboration with museums, private and public archives, universities and art schools, with a focus on rarely explored resources. The Pernod Ricard Fellowship ambitions to offer a sustainable support for artists, by involving local and international partners. 

Fellows benefit from the research programs developed by Villa Vassilieff in collaboration with museums, private and public archives, universities and art schools, with a focus on rarely explored resources. The Pernod Ricard Fellowship ambitions to offer a sustainable support for artists, by involving local and international partners. 

THE FELLOWSHIP

• A 3-month residency in a in a private studio at Villa Vassilieff

• A 6000 euro grant to cover living expenses in Paris

• A 5000 euro production & research grant

• A tailor-made program of meetings and visits

• 1 or 2 round-trips to Paris

• Access to unexplored resources

• An exceptional network of collaborators, with Centre Pompidou as main partner

Villa Vassilieff - Pernod Ricard Fellowship 

Villa Vassilieff intends to reconnect with the history of its location by inviting artists and researchers to take a contemporary look at the heritage of Montparnasse. Our exhibitions and public programs focus on exploring lesser-known resources and aim at re-writing and diversifying historical art narratives. In addition, we embody a hub for dialogue addressing our current political situation. We aspire to generate an economy of conviviality, where visitors can spend time chatting around artworks and discussing personal experience and collective memories. We joined forces with our leading sponsor Pernod Ricard to create the Pernod Ricard Fellowship, a residency program inviting four international artists, curators, or researchers every year in the Pernod Ricard studio at Villa Vassilieff. The Pernod Ricard Fellowship allows for an extensive research period without any obligation for the creation of artworks. Villa Vassilieff is run by Bétonsalon - Center for Art and Research, both are cultural institutions of the city of Paris, certified contemporary art centers of national interest by the French Ministry of Culture. Bétonsalon - Center for Art and Research, offers a space of collective reflection that combines both artistic and academic practices and questions the production and dissemination of knowledge. The activities of Bétonsalon develop in a process-based, collaborative and discursive manner, following dif‑ ferent time spans, in cooperation with various local, national and international organizations, and pre‑ sent themselves under dif­ferent forms. Exhibitions are enriched by dif­ferent associated events (work‑ shops, conferences, performances, round table discussions…). Seminars and workshops are organized in collaboration with teachers from the University Paris 7. Off-site research projects are led in partner‑ ship with other institutions and residency programs are offered for researchers, artists and curators.

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April 11, 2019




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