« Collection Monographie » grants: 2019 winners

18 Dec 2019

The 2019 list of "Collection Monographie" grants illustrates the diversity of the ADAGP repertoire.




ADAGP supports artists at each stage of their professional career. The "Collection Monographie" grants support them at a pivotal moment in their career: the publication of a first book devoted to their productions.

The "Collection Monographie" grant is open to all artists who have been members of ADAGP for at least three years. This year, the grants that the jury awarded will benefit artists from various disciplines: comics, drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, etc.

After an in-depth study of the 35 applications for the 2019 edition, the jury made up of artists Jean-Michel Alberola and Hervé Télémaque, Stéphane Corréard (art critic and director of the Salon Galeristes), Marc Vaudey (director of the creation department of Cnap) and Pascale Brun d'Arre (creator and specialist in bookstores and museum shops) selected the following ten winners:


     - Laëtitia BOURGET, book project with the contemporary art center Le Parvis in Ibos, the Duchamp d'Yvetot gallery and the editions L’Eclosoir. 

        Date of publication: spring 2021


     - Guillaume DEGE, book project with Semiose éditions. 

        Date of publication: May 2020



     - Dominique FURY, book project with Naima editions. 

        Date of publication: 2021


     - Olivier GOURVIL, book project with Loco editions. 

        Date of publication: April 2021


     - Katia KAMELI, book project with Manuella Editions. 

        Date of publication: may 2021


     - Abbas KIAROSTAMI, book project with Gallimard editions. 

        Date of publication: December 2020


     - Théo MERCIER, book project with Dilecta editions. 

        Date of publication: September 2020


     - Myriam MIHINDOU, book project with the Maïa Muller gallery. 

        Date of publication: spring 2021


      - Constance NOUVEL, book project with Le Point du Jour, Publisher Art Center. 

        Date of publication: October 2020


     - Lewis TRONDHEIM, book project with editions L'Association. 

        Date of publication: January 2020



Each winners will receive a grant of € 15,000 to help finance the work and will be invited to participate to the FILAF (International Festival of Art and Film Books in Perpignan) in June 2020 in the presence of the jury.

>>> The 2018 winners


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