The foundation was created to defend the expertise and artistic production in various artistic fields. In 2013, the foundation committed itself for six years, that is, three cycles of the Prix Henri Cartier-Bresson. The goal is to help artists in a field where production is a long and costly process. Photography isn’t the only field in which the foundation is involved: of its six exhibition spaces across the world, only the two in New York and Bern, Switzerland, feature photography.
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