The Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation supports the exhibition ’FACE TO FACE. FERNAND LÉGER AND HIS FRIENDS’ presented from 14 April to 17 September 2018 at the musée national Fernand Léger in Biot, on the French Riviera.
As a guest on the ‘Table des Matières’ TV programme broadcast on Monaco Info on Wednesday 18 October 2017, Majid Boustany was invited to answer questions from Monaco Deputy Cultural Affairs Director Françoise Gamerdinger and journalist Alexandra Pani.
The first scholarship for a young artist, created as part of the partnership the Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation entered with Villa Arson in 2017, was awarded on Saturday 14 October 2017 to Eglé Vismanté, during the autumn exhibition’s opening at Villa Arson.
The exhibition ‘Francis Bacon, Monaco and French Culture’, organised by the Grimaldi Forum under the auspices of the Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation, which took place from 2 July to 4 September 2016 in Monaco, met with great success.
The Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation together with The Estate of Francis Bacon are among the Francis Bacon Exhibition Supporters Group for the show Francis Bacon: Invisible Rooms taking place at the Tate Liverpool from 18 May to 18 September, 2016.
As part of the “Parole aux Artistes” conference organised annually by the École du Louvre in Paris since 2005, artists, art historians, curators and collectors are invited to give a lecture on a particular subject or a key figure.
Within the framework of the conferences organised by the Prince Pierre Foundation of Monaco, Majid Boustany, founder of the Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation and Martin Harrison, author of Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné, will give a lecture on 'Francis Bacon and Monaco'.
The Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation is taking part in the organisation of a major exhibition dedicated to Francis Bacon, which will be held at the Grimaldi Forum from the 2nd of July to the 4th of September 2016.
The art historian Katharina Günther is the first scholar to be sponsored by the Francis Bacon MB Art Foundation, to undertake a twelve-month research project analysing a collection of hitherto un-researched material associated with Francis Bacon.