The Fondation's current projects

Leobaldo Vásquez (65 years old) in Araya, Sucre in March 2022 - © Fabiola Ferrero for Fondation Carmignac

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Photojournalism

VENEZUELA : The Wells Run Dry - Fabiola Ferrero's exhibition


October 28, 2022 - November 22, 2022

Réfectoire des Cordeliers, Paris

Ghana
Photojournalism

13th edition of the Carmignac Photojournalism Award


OPEN UNTIL OCTOBER 17, 2022 (11:59PM GMT)
Leobaldo Vásquez (65 years old) in Araya, Sucre in March 2022 - © Fabiola Ferrero for Fondation Carmignac

Fabiola Ferrero, 12th edition


12th edition - Venezuela
Villa intérieur HP

Villa Carmignac

A space dedicated to contemporary art in a preserved green setting.


The Villa and its gardens are closed to the public

Reopening April 2023.

Villa extérieur HP

Carmignac Photojournalism Award

The Carmignac Photojournalism Award funds annually the production of an investigative photo reportage on human rights violations, geostrategic issues in the world.

The Photojournalism Award

Laureate 2022, 12th edition

Fabiola Ferrero, Venezuela

Sucre, 11th November 2021. Fishermen work next to a sunken ship on the coasts of Sucre, in the northeast of Venezuela.

Laureate 2022, 12th edition

Fabiola Ferrero, Venezuela

Roy Lichtenstein, Fishing Village, 1987
Roy Lichtenstein, Fishing Village, 1987

The Foundation and its collection

Founded in 2000 by Édouard Carmignac, the Fondation Carmignac is structured around two main pillars: a contemporary art collection of more than 300 works, and the Carmignac Photojournalism Award that annually supports an investigative report that is the subject of an exhibition and a catalog.

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