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Artist of the year with Maison Ruinart
It’s hard to define an artist like Liu Bolin given his experience and the variation of his work.
He belongs to the generation of artists whose creations are intertwined with a changing China.
When I began my research into Ruinart, I learned about the unique know-how of the world’s oldest champagne house and the exceptional beauty of the historic place.
This year the Ruinart artist is Liu Bolin who practices revelation through camouflage, which always reveal its presence. For the Maison, he decided to magnify gestures of the workers and the know-how behind the creation of its Champagne.
by Liu Bolin
The Chinese artist Liu Bolin used the jackets he wears for his performances to elegantly decorate ten wooden boxes, each one with its own number.
Inside the box is a jeroboam of Ruinart Blanc de Blancs. These tailor-made jackets are like exceptional haute couture garments, ambassadors of the Maison Ruinart and its culture of excellence.
A Patron of Contemporary Art and Design
The House of Ruinart has enjoyed close and long-standing relations with the art and design world, starting in 1896 when André Ruinart commissioned the Czech artist, Alfons Mucha, to create an advertising poster. Since then, Ruinart maintains close links with contemporary art giving carte blanche to well-known artists and providing support for major art fairs throughout the world.