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« Through the Trois Cinq Friedland, we want to spread the word about artists we love and causes we hold dear... »
- Philippe d'Ornano, CEO of Sisley
Art & Culture
Trois Cinq Friedland is Sisley's cultural programme focusing on the d'Ornano family's engagements and inspiration. The programme promotes new encounters between art, culture and charitable causes, and stands out for its free spirit.
Located at the brand's headquarters in Paris, a few steps away from the Arc de Triomphe and the Champs-Élysées, the Trois Cinq Friedland organises exhibitions, debate-conferences, film premieres, concerts, and literary events. These private events are open to all friends and guests of Sisley.
The d'Ornano family show their commitment to the arts from the artists Sisley supports. They also provide support through patronages and partnerships for external programme enrichment. Since the programme launched in 2017, events have been held to reflect the d'Ornano family's eclectic tastes, including painting, fine arts, street art, and photography.
Sisley Beaux-Arts de Paris for Young Creation Prize
The d'Ornano family believe in supporting young talent. In 2020, Sisley and the École des Beaux-Arts de Paris joined forces to launch the Sisley Beaux-Arts de Paris for Young Creation Prize. This award, extended for three consecutive years, highlights the work of young artists. In 2020, the Franco-Polish painter Karolina Orzelek was the winner, and Ymane Chabi-Gara won in 2021.
Alexandre Lenoir (Almine Rech Gallery)
A rising star in the world of contemporary art, Alexandre Lenoir graduated with honours from the École des Beaux-Arts in 2016. In autumn 2020, Trois Cinq Friedland gave the painter free rein for a "large-format" exhibition at Sisley's Paris headquarters as part of FIAC's "Parcours OFF". For the event, Alexandre Lenoir set up a display of his works entering into dialogue with the natural light.
Sisley supports the nature photographer Philippe Bourseiller, who has been documenting the world's greatest unspoilt natural environments for almost 40 years. Following noteworthy series on volcanoes, icebergs and forests, the photographer has turned his attention to deserts in a project sponsored by Sisley. The fabulous images he brings back from his travels evoke the true beauty of our planet, as well as its fragility. This large-scale work on our greatest natural environments is set to be a real memoir for future generations.
Togeth'her, Artistes à la Une
Following an initial noteworthy initiative with Vogue Paris in 2019, Sisley has renewed its commitment in 2021 alongside Madame Figaro. Togeth'her has partnered with these two charity arts events, showcasing exceptional, iconic women who shake up the world. These inspiring personalities from Penelope Cruz to Simone Veil and Ryu Gwan-Sun have their portraits done by internationally renowned artists like Joana Vasconcelos, Lee Bae and Subodh Gupta. These new works are exhibited at the Monnaie de Paris and auctioned, with the proceeds going to a variety of charities (UN Women, La Maison des Femmes, Atoke, etc.).
Sisley promotes filmmaking with its cinema prize. The Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation supports filmmakers who it feels a connection with and often cover themes of schooling and education. The Trois Cinq Friedland also organises premieres and masterclasses with the directors of these winning and supported films.
Sisley - Les Arcs "Femme de Cinéma" Prize with Les Arcs Film Festival
Since 2013, Sisley has awarded this annual prize at Les Arcs Film Festival to promote women working in contemporary European cinema, such as Jasmila Zbanic (For Those Who Can Tell No Tales, 2013), Lucie Borleteau (Fidelio: Alice's Journey, 2014), Margolzata Szumowska (Body, 2015), Iram Haq (What Will People Say, 2017), Claire Burger (Real Love, 2018), Sarah Gavron (Rocks, 2019) and Agnieszka Holland (Charlatan, 2020).
The "Prix de la Beauté de l'Image" Prize with ELLE Grand Prix Cinéma
Partnering with ELLE Grand Prix Cinéma, Sisley has awarded the "Prix de la Beauté de l'Image" Prize for aesthetics, lighting and photography for three consecutive years. Nicole Garcia's From the Land of the Moon (2016), Xavier Beauvois' The Guardians (2017) and Pawel Pawlikowski's Cold War (2018) have won the prize.
The cultural programme from the Trois Cinq Friedland also offers events related to the actions, causes and associations supported by Sisley and the Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation.
The Lab "Femmes de cinéma"
Supported by the Sisley-d'Ornano Foundation since 2013, the association proposes to create a movement to change the role and position of women in today's European cinema. In addition to Les Arcs - Sisley "Femmes de cinéma" prize, The Lab "Femmes de cinéma" organises specialised masterclasses with women filmmakers who are successful in their field.
Sisley is supporting a boat expedition by students from the French "Grandes Ecoles", beginning from Lorient and ending in the South Pole. This is an environmental, scientific and educational project that raises awareness on the preservation of marine and coastal eco-systems in the Atlantic and Antarctic ocean.