Prix Marc de Montalembert 2024

Alessandro Serrani, from Italy, with a PhD in Visual, Performing and Media Arts from the University of Bologna, is the winner of the Prix Marc de Montalembert 2024 for his research on “Carlo Crivelli’s polyptychs along the Marches coast: philology and graphic reconstructions” with a view to proposing reconstructions of those that have been dismembered and dispersed. The Prix is presented in association with the Ecole du Louvre.

Bourse Marc de Montalembert 2023

The 2023 Marc de Montalembert grant is awarded to Astrid Boisgibault, France, for her project "Objets quotidiens et art de la table en Méditerranée : rencontres et création", a research and creation project on table art in the Mediterranean culture centred on ceramic and textile crafts. The project will be implemented in a study travel in various Mediterranean countries. The grant will be presented on the annual opening day of the Foundation in Rhodes on April 25th, 2023.

April 27, 2022 : Annual opening of the Foundation

After an interruption of two years, the annual opening of the Foundation in Rhodes took place on the day of saint Marc on April 27th with a numerous participation. Two winners of the grant presented their work.

Prix Marc de Montalembert 2022

Mohamed Ibrahim from Egypt, PhD in Islamic archeology, Department of Islamic archeology at University Ain Shams at Cairo is the winner of the 2022 Marc de Montalembert Prize for his research entitled "Mamluk chivalry through Military painted Manuscripts”.

Bourse Marc de Montalembert 2021

The 2021 Marc de Montalembert grant is awarded to Gabriele Langosco, from Italy for his project “ Scultura genovese. Rotte mediterranee nell’età [...]

Prix Marc de Montalembert 2020

The winner of the 2020 Marc de Montalembert Prize is Geoffrey Meyer-Fernandez, from France, PhD in art history from the Aix-Marseille University, for his research : « Between Orient and Occident : three churches painted by Greek families in Crete, in Cyprus and Rhodes (XIVe-XVe siècle) ».

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