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Ruinart and the arts
It all started with the Czech artist Alphonse Mucha, who designed an advertising poster for the Ruinart champagne house in 1896. An action that caused quite a stir at the time and marked the beginning of a wonderful relationship between Ruinart and art.
To this day, Ruinart is present at many international art fairs and initiates a cooperation with a contemporary artist every year. The latest art project is about the fascinating pictures of the Chinese Liu Bolin, which were created during his stay in Reims, the title: "Reveal the (in) visible"
Ruinart is showing this series of pictures from April 26th to 29th, 2018 in the Galerie Deschler at Auguststraße 61 | 10117 Berlin.
Thursday, April 26th and Friday, April 27 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Saturday, October 28th and Sunday, 29.4. from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Ruinart, the oldest champagne house in the world, has been cultivating its unique lifestyle since it was founded in Reims in 1729, which reflects the era of the Enlightenment in a special way. At that time, French philosophy and culture had a great influence on the world and the outstanding position of Maison Ruinart was correspondingly radiant. Ruinart also broke new ground in the production of champagne: the decision was made very early on to use the rare and valuable Chardonnay grape for the cuvées.
Elegance, purity, know-how and charisma were the slogans for the most exclusive champagne house in the world. Qualities that ensured the maison's success in France and around the world and that continue to inspire her ongoing commitment to art to this day. It was quite a brave decision to sign the Czech artist Alphonse Mucha in 1896. The billboard he created caused quite a stir. A step that was a perfect fit for Maison Ruinart. To this day, Ruinart supports international art festivals and initiates a cooperation with a contemporary artist every year. The goal: to bring the heritage, history and expertise of the Maison to the fore through the unique and creative vision of talented artists.
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Vik Muniz x Ruinart - a tribute to the creative power of man and nature
Ruinart is showing the series "Shared Roots" by the Brazilian artist Vik Muniz from April 25th to 28th, 2019 in the DNA Gallery, Auguststrasse 20, Berlin. (Sponsored Content)
Ruinart and the arts
Ruinart's latest art project is about the fascinating pictures of the Chinese Liu Bolin, which were created during his stay in Reims, the title: "Reveal the (in) visible". On display from April 26th to 29th in the Deschler Gallery at Auguststrasse 61 | 10117 Berlin
Ruinart Pop-Up Gallery in Berlin with Hubert le Gall (May 1 to May 3, 2015)
Ruinart has always had a very close relationship with contemporary art and its protagonists. Every year the Champagne House presents a new, exciting collaboration with an artist. (Display)
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