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Groupe Terrot x Institut français : 1 immeuble, 1 œuvre Call for projects

Groupe Terrot and the Institut français have announced the launch of a call for projects for the creation of a work of art to be mounted on the facade of the Institut français' new headquarters in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, as part of the 1 immeuble, 1 œuvre charter.

Updated on 29/07/2023

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Created in 2015, the 1 immeuble, 1 oeuvre (1 building, 1 work charter) aims to bring art as close as possible to everyone, in private buildings. It is in line with the Ministry of Culture's policy of supporting artistic creation and widely spread the visual arts.

This call for projects is open to all French artists or artists living in France, whatever their age or academic training. The work proposed must be original and contemporary, yet blend harmoniously into the urban environment. It must be fixed to the façade, ensuring that it will last and can be moved if necessary. The project must fit within the overall budget of €100,000, allocated by Groupe Terrot.

The jury will be made up equally of personalities from the worlds of culture, architecture and property. The winner will be announced at the end of September - beginning of October at a special event organised at the Maison Breguet, in the 11th arrondissement of Paris. The work is due to be installed in mid-2024.

The call for projects is open from 6 July to 1 September 2023. Applications must be submitted by email to the following address:


See the detailed call for projects

About Groupe Terrot

An atypical player in the property sector, Groupe Terrot is a family-owned property company that has become a major force in the sector.

Founded in 1949, the group continues to expand in the redevelopment of tertiary, commercial and residential assets, as well as in property investment, while taking great care to preserve its culture, its history and the values of reliability and excellence that have made it a success.

As part of its sponsorship policy, Groupe Terrot is a committed signatory of the 1 immeuble, 1 oeuvre charter and sponsor of the Pavillon de l'Arsenal. This commitment continues with the MiG Prize, an architecture award founded by the Group's Chairman, Samuel Gelrubin, and his sister Leslie Benitah-Gelrubin.

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