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The House of Ruinart tells its story through art

Art & Business | Ruinart, the first established House of Champagne, invests almost its entire communication budget in art commissions - giving artists carte blanche - and in the patronage of major art fairs. The House’s story-telling is drawn by masters’ hands, broadening each year with a new chapter, from Alphonse Mucha to Vik Muniz.

Collaboration Vik Muniz & Ruinart, 2019 © Vik Muniz & Ruinart
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Collaboration Vik Muniz & Ruinart, 2019
© Vik Muniz & Ruinart

The champagne of art for art

It all started in 1896. The House of Ruinart, founded by monk Dom Ruinart during the Age of Enlightenment, was also the first House to ask an artist to design its poster. […]

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Collaboration Vik Muniz & Ruinart, 2019 © Vik Muniz & Ruinart Collaboration Hubert le Gall & Ruinart, 2015 © Hubert le Gall & Ruinart Collaboration Erwin Olaf & Ruinart 2016 © Erwin Olaf & Ruinart Collaboration Jaume Plensa & Ruinart, 2017 © Jaume Plensa & Ruinart Collaboration Liu Bolin & Ruinart, 2018 © Liu Bolin & Ruinart

Collaboration Vik Muniz & Ruinart, 2019
© Vik Muniz & Ruinart

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