The inspiring artworks on display in the Art Basel online viewing room resonate with Ruinart’s philosophy and conscious art de vivre
The inspiring artworks on display in the Art Basel online viewing room of Ruinart resonate with Maison’s philosophy and conscious "art de vivre".
Attentive to the recent troubled times, the Maison has shown support to many well-established or emerging committed artists over the years through its annual art commissions. As a brand whose products originate from nature and that has an unrivaled human know-how, Ruinart is especially attentive to sustainability matters.
Today more than ever, the artistic effervescence of the Maison includes thinking about the future of the planet and how to become more sustainable in our initiatives.
As early as 1896, Maison Ruinart was the first brand to commission an artist, Alphonse Mucha.
Over this past decade, the international artists selected to reinterpret the codes of the Maison have demonstrated their commitment to significant themes such as upcycling (Piet Hein Eek, Gideon Rubin), environment & nature (Vik Muniz, David Horvitz, David Shrigley), heritage & craftmanship (Georgia Russell, Erwin Olaf, Liu Bolin) among others.
This year, Ruinart renews its partnership with Art Basel, on the occasion of the Miami fair, a digital edition connecting galleries with collectors from all around the world.
From December 4, 10AM (ET) / 4PM (CET) to December 6, 12AM (ET), enter Art Basel Online Viewing Room "Miami Beach".
Discover the 255 online galleries, artworks and artists, as well as the accompanying events such as live talks, and the Miami Art Week activation.
Explore the Ruinart's viewing room to discover the conscious artists that reinterpreted the Maison codes over the past decade.