Paul-Emmanuel Reiffers et la culture
As a committed actor, the group supports young contemporary artists and cultural diversity through its foundation, Reiffers Art Initiatives.
For many years, we have been exhibiting and promoting contemporary art. Through Reiffers Art Initiatives, the Group continues to support young contemporary artists and cultural diversity. World-renowned artists such as Benjamin Millepied, Barbara Kruger, Rashid Johnson and Laure Prouvost have exhibited their work at the foundation, as have the new generation of French talent, including Raphaël Barontini, Kenny Dunkan and Pol Taburet.
Reiffers Art Initiatives, the philanthropic foundation created by Mazarine’s CEO, Paul-Emmanuel Reiffers, supports young contemporary artists and cultural diversity.
Reiffers Art Initiatives’ mission is to support France’s new art scene and give it international visibility. It finances and gives exposure to thirty emerging artists every year, who will influence tomorrow’s contemporary art scene.
The artistic program consists of an initial mentoring exhibition between a young talent and an internationally recognized artist, at the Acacias Art Center during Paris + par Art Basel. A collective exhibition follows in the spring, during which the Reiffers Art Initiative award is given to a promising young French talent.
Paul-Emmanuel Reiffers et l'environnement
In our constant pursuit of excellence, we are committed to preserving the environment and adopting a responsible approach to our activities.
Corporate responsibility means that we have a role to play in the sustainable development of our industry. We are working to improve our impact on the environment by adopting more responsible practices and rethinking the way we work through eco-design, responsible production and upcycling.
Thanks to environmentally responsible practices, La Mode en Images has been certified ISO 20121 and awarded a silver rating by Ecovadis.
We have been partners with La Réserve des Arts for years, an NGO that encourages professionals in the cultural, creative and arts sectors to contribute to the circular economy. We donate our used materials to be sorted, transformed and ultimately reused by artists, design students and major companies in the cultural and creative fields. Mazarine’s green charter guides us throughout our sustainability journey: reducing single-use resources and non-recyclable goods, transitioning to green energy and being more responsible on a daily basis at our in-house production studios.
Paul-Emmanuel Reiffers et la société
We support solidarity initiatives that have a positive impact on the world.
Numéro, La Mode en Images and Mazarine teams have been helping Babeth raise funds for Rwandese children since 2006, by coordinating an annual charity gala attended by international personalities from the world of fashion, music, film and arts.
We also contribute to protecting women's rights and preventing violence against women, by lending our support to the Women's Foundation.
Mazarine Group supports the Necker Hospital Imagine Institute in Paris for its research in the field of childhood genetic diseases.