Financial Times is the global media partner for the Prix Pictet.
ArtAsiaPacific Magazine is a bi-monthly periodical dedicated to covering contemporary art and culture from Asia, the Pacific, and around the world since 1993.
Canvas is a globally distributed bi-monthly magazine, offering the very best in art and culture from the Middle East and Arab world.
Covering current affairs, business, culture and design, Monocle is published 10 times a year and sold on newsstands in over 60 countries. Aimed at the globally-minded, it is based in London with bureaux in New York, Zurich, Tokyo and Hong Kong. The magazine uses almost no library photography but instead commissions fresh, new talent from Seoul to Santiago and Milan to Melbourne. In addition to the magazine, there is also monocle.com for high quality films and slideshows – as well as the Monocle stores in London, Hong Kong, Tokyo and New York.
The Washington Post has long supported local organisations that promote understanding and achievement in the arts and education. The Post was proud to support the Growth exhibition by Prix Pictet, which was part of FotoWeekDC. Presented at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the exhibit showcased the works which were shortlisted for the third cycle of the prize.
The German publishing house teNeues are the publishing partners of the Prix Pictet. teNeues published Water, Earth, Growth and Ushirikiano, books celebrating the outstanding work submitted for the Prix Pictet and produced for the Commission. Copies can be purchased online from the teNeues website.
Jouve & Associés is an executive search firm based in Paris, specialised in the recruitment of senior-level executives and industry experts. Founded in 1986, Jouve & Associés is solely dedicated to assisting clients in Europe and the US in building their businesses through the recruitment of top talent using exclusively a direct approach methodology.
With over fifty exhibitions on show in splendid heritage venues all over Arles, the Rencontres have been contributing for over forty years to the dissemination of the world's photographic legacy. Via the new talents uncovered by its annual Discovery prize, the festival has established its role as a crucible for contemporary creativity. Since 1970 the Rencontres have been playing a major part in achieving recognition for photography as an art form, and in helping photographers and photography lovers hone their gaze. Revolving mainly around work not previously shown elsewhere, Rencontres has become the iconic international photo festival.
Prix Pictet has staged special evening screenings at Les Rencontres d'Arles in 2009, 2010 and 2011. The fourth Shortlist for the Prix Pictet will be announced there in July 2012.
The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is the world's largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects. It was founded in 1852 and named after Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. For the Prix Pictet Consumption, The V&A played host to the award ceremony and exhibition.
Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris is a major municipal museum dedicated to Modern and Contemporary art of the 20th and 21st centuries. It is located at 11, Avenue du Président Wilson in the 16th arrondissement of Paris. For Prix Pictet, Musée d'Art Moderne hosted the announcement for the fifth theme of Disorder and will also hold the award ceremony and finalists' exhibition in November 2015.