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An Exhibition in Beijing at Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery for the Winner of the Prize FID 2010
View of the 2009 exhibition.
PARIS.- The winner of the International Fair: 21st Century Drawings, among 55 students selected by a jury of professionals from the art world, will be invited to exhibit its work at Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery in Beijing. The Prize will be handed over to the winner on Friday, March 26th, during the fair’s late opening.

The gallery Hadrien de Montferrand, China's first gallery exclusively devoted to artworks on paper, is located in the heart of the Art District in Beijing. The gallery was founded by Hadrien de Montferrand, former marketing director of Artcurial, and with the support of Laurent Dassault, president of the Artcurial’s Comity of Research and Development.

The jury, chaired by the Director of IDF Serghei Litvin, is composed of the following personalities:

• Camilla Adami - painter
• Christian Depardieu - Director of the gallery Depardieu
• Pierre Durieu - Mazarine library (Modern and Contemporary Art)
• Pantelis Makkas - videographer
• Hadrien de Montferrand - director of the gallery Hadrien de Montferrand
• Charles Penwarden - writer and collectibles of contemporary art
• Alice Pfeiffer - art journalist
• Vladimir Velickovic - member of the Academy of Arts

The International Fair: 21st Century Drawings opens in Paris, from March 26th to 28th, and features the work of 55 art students still attending courses in sixteen different European art schools.

The originality of the fair lies on the airy presentation and accessibility to the artworks: the drawings are shown in a large open-space, unframed, in drawing boxes on tables.

The 2009 edition was a real success for art amateur visiting the IFD and 2010 will undoubtedly be even more successful as IFD’s goal is to become a real bridge for promoting European artists of tomorrow.

Hadrien de Montferrand Gallery | Laurent Dassault | Artcurial | Serghei Litvin |


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