Since 2001, within the framework of their scientific exchanges, the École française de Rome and the Académie de France à Rome have awarded eight awards each year corresponding to eight monthly payments per calendar year for doctoral research in art from the Renaissance to the present day. New application procedures have been established from 2021.
These grants are intended for French-speaking researchers, doctoral or post-doctoral students (for a 1st postdoctoral fellowship), in the history and theory of the arts wishing to go to Rome to carry out research in Roman institutions and/or located elsewhere in Italy relating to the modern and contemporary periods. There is no nationality requirement. The amount of the scholarship is 1,000 euros per month.
The Academy gives each of the laureates the opportunity to take up accommodation according to the pricing decided in the annual accounting meeting of its Board of Directors (€10/day in 2021) and in compliance with the regulations of the Academy.
Under the high patronage of the Ministry of Culture.
Last update 2022/20/01
Les lauréats Daniel Arasse sélectionnés au titre de l’année 2021-2022 sont : Michele Amedei, Fiammetta Campagnoli, Florence Larcher,Pierre Sanou (2e semestre 2021) ; Juliette Bessette, Alysée Le Druillenec, Meta Valiusaityte (1er semestre 2022).
LThe Daniel Arasse laureates selected for the year 2021 are: Battisti Marta, Tochon-Danguy Baptiste, Zuber Célia.
The Daniel Arasse laureates selected for the year 2020 are: Araos Andrea, Battisti Marta, Blanquet Mathilda, Hertzog Tandrède, Kutlu Mete, Ranzani Jacopo, Ruiz Caroline and Tochon-Danguy Baptiste.
The Daniel Arasse laureates selected for the year 2019 are: Andrea Araos, Marta Battisti, Yves Di Domenico, Cassandre Herbert, Youenn Morvan, Jacopo Ranzani, Caroline Ruiz, Angèle Tence.