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Académie des Beaux-Arts

The Académie des Beaux-Arts (French pronunciation: ​, Academy of Fine Arts) is a French learned society. It is one of the five academies of the Institut de France.

The Chairman of the Academy for 2013 is Lucien Clergue - famous photographer.

The Academy was created in 1816 as the merger of the:

Currently, the Académie des Beaux-Arts provides several awards including six dedicated prizes :

Previously the Académie granted the Prix Rossini for excellence in libretto or music composition.

Contents

  • Members 1
    • Section I: Painting 1.1
      • Seat #1 1.1.1
      • Seat #2 1.1.2
      • Seat #3 1.1.3
      • Seat #4 1.1.4
      • Seat #5 1.1.5
      • Seat #6 1.1.6
      • Seat #7 1.1.7
      • Seat #8 1.1.8
      • Seat #9 1.1.9
      • Seat #10 1.1.10
      • Seat #11 1.1.11
      • Seat #12 1.1.12
      • Seat #13 1.1.13
      • Seat #14 1.1.14
    • Section III: Architecture 1.2
      • Seat #1 1.2.1
      • Seat #2 1.2.2
      • Seat #3 1.2.3
      • Seat #4 1.2.4
      • Seat #5 1.2.5
      • Seat #6 1.2.6
      • Seat #7 1.2.7
      • Seat #8 1.2.8
      • Seat #9 1.2.9
      • Seat #10 1.2.10
    • Section VI: Unattached members 1.3
      • Seat #1 1.3.1
      • Seat #2 1.3.2
      • Seat #3 1.3.3
      • Seat #4 1.3.4
      • Seat #5 1.3.5
      • Seat #6 1.3.6
      • Seat #7 1.3.7
      • Seat #8 1.3.8
      • Seat #9 1.3.9
      • Seat #10 1.3.10
      • Seat #11 1.3.11
      • Seat #12 1.3.12
      • Seat #13 1.3.13
  • See also 2
  • External links 3

Members

The members are grouped into eight sections:

Current member as of January 2010 on alphabetical order

Section Seat Member Date
I : Painting

2 Pierre Carron 1990
4 Jean Cortot 2001
5 Vacant 2000
6 Georges Mathieu 1975
7 Vladimir Velickovic 2005
8 Guy de Rougemont 1997
9 Chu Teh-Chun 1997
10 Zao Wou Ki 2002
11 Arnaud d'Hauterives 1984
13 Yves Millecamps 2001
II : Sculpture

1 Jean Cardot 1983
2 Claude Abeille 1992
3 Vacant 2006
5 Eugène Dodeigne 1999
6 Gérard Lanvin 1990
7 Pierre Edouard 2008
8 Antoine Poncet 1993
9 Brigitte Terziev 2007
III : Architecture

1 Jacques Rougerie 2008
2 Jean-Michel Wilmotte 2015
3 Aymeric Zublena 2008
4 Roger Taillibert 1983
5 Claude Parent 2005
6 Dominique Perrault 2015
7 Alain Charles Perrot 2013
9 Paul Andreu 1996
10 Yves Boiret 2002
IV : Etching 1 Érik Desmazières 2008
2 Pierre-Yves Trémois 1978
3 Louis-René Berge 2005
4 René Quillivic 1994
V : Musical composition 1 Laurent Petitgirard 2000
2 Jean Prodromidès 1990
3 Michaël Levinas 2009
4 Vacant 2008
5 François-Bernard Mâche 2002
6 Édith Canat de Chizy 2005
7 Charles Chaynes 2005
8 Thierry Escaich 2013
VI : Unattached members

1 William Christie 2008
3 Hugues Gall 2002
4 Vacant 2007
5 Michel David-Weill 1982
6 Marc Ladreit de Lacharrière 2005
7 Vacant 2008
8 Pierre Cardin 1992
10 Henri Loyrette 1997
11 Vacant 2007
13 François-Bernard Michel 2000
VII : Artistic creation in the cinema and the audio-visual field 1 Régis Wargnier 2007
2 Roman Polanski 1998
3 Jean-Jacques Annaud 2007
4 Vacant 2012
5 Vacant 2006
6 Jeanne Moreau 2000
VIII : Photography 1 Lucien Clergue 2006
2 Yann Arthus-Bertrand 2006

Section I: Painting

The number of members of the Painting section was reduced from 14 to 12 by the decree # 67-778 of 23 August 1967. As a consequence, the #3 and #14 seats were suppressed. Their number was further decreased from 12 to 11 by decree on 16 June 1987. The #12 seat was transferred to section VII. The #1 seat was transferred to section VII in 1998, and their number was decreased from 11 to 10.

Seat #1

This seat was transferred to section VII in 1998.

Seat #2

Seat #3

This seat was discontinued in 1967.

Seat #4

Seat #5

Seat #6

Seat #7

Seat #8

Seat #9

Seat #10

Seat #11

Seat #12

This seat was transferred to section VII in 1987.

Seat #13

Seat #14

This seat was eliminated in 1967.

Section III: Architecture

Seat #1

Seat #2

Seat #3

Seat #4

Seat #5

Seat #6

Seat #7

Seat #8

Seat #9

Seat #10

Section VI: Unattached members

Seat #1

Seat #2

Seat #3

Seat #4

Seat #5

Seat #6

Seat #7

Seat #8

Seat #9

Seat #10

Seat #11

Seat created by decree on 18 June 1946

Seat #12

Seat created by decree on 18 June 1946 and suppressed by decree on 28 November 1956.

Seat #13

Seat created by decree on 8 June 1998

See also

External links

  • http://www.academie-des-beaux-arts.fr
  • http://www.institut-de-france.fr/institut/acabeaux.htm
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