Discover Jeppe Hein's Carte Blanche at the major contemporaty art fairs of which Ruinart is a partner, or visit the digital experience!
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Founded in 1729, Maison Ruinart is the very first established champagne house. since then, it has never stopped developing and promoting its own art de vivre. Ruinart expresses its commitment to art by commissioning artists, starting in 1896 when Alphonse Mucha created the Maison’s first artwork. Each year, artists receive carte blanche to express their vision of the Maison, to share its heritage, savoir-faire and the excellence of its cuvees. Through his singular vision of Maison Ruinart, British artist David Shrigley presents the champagne legacy with an offbeat and unrelenting sense of humour. Shrigley’s mischievous artworks act as a bubbly eye-opener to the environmental concerns that inspire the first champagne house.