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Groupe Artemis
Groupe Artémis
TypePrivate
Founded1992
FounderFrançois Pinault
Headquarters,
France
Key people
François-Henri Pinault (President)
Heloïse Temple Boyer (deputy CEO)
Alban Greget
ParentFinancière Pinault
Websitewww.groupeartemis.com/en/

Groupe Artémis is a holding company with a portfolio of investments in fashion, wine, luxury, art, tourism, publishing, sports, food, and technology. Headquartered in Paris, France, Groupe Artémis was founded by François Pinault in 1992 as a family investment vehicle.[1]

History

In 1992, the French entrepreneur François Pinault transferred his majority stake in Pinault-Printemps-Redoute (PPR, renamed Kering in 2013) to his new company, Groupe Artémis, created as a family investment vehicle.[2] Throughout the 1990s, he engaged in a series of prestigious acquisitions.

The 1993 Château Latour acquisition was the first of a series under the Artémis Domaines label.[3] Artémis acquired the winery René Engel (Vosne-Romanée, renamed Domaine d'Eugénie) in 2006,[4] the Château Grillet (Condrieu AOC) in 2011,[5] 1/10 of an acre of the Grand Cru Le Montrachet vineyard from Château de Puligny-Montrachet in 2012,[6] the Napa Valley Araujo Estate Wines (Calistoga, renamed Eisele Vineyard) in 2013,[7] and the Clos du Tart in 2017.[8]

Groupe Artemis controls the auction house Christie's since 1998.[9] Artémis bought the news magazine Le Point in 1997,[10] the Stade Rennais F.C. in 1998,[11] the History-focused publisher Tallandier in 1999,[12] the luxury cruise operator Ponant in 2015[13] and the Brittany-Japan fusion Breizh Café. The group launched the tech-focused investment fund Red River West in 2017.[14] Groupe Artémis is an important shareholder in the couture houses Giambattista Valli since 2017[15] and Courrèges since 2018,[16] and in the magazine Point de Vue (royal family news) since 2018.[17]

Groupe Artémis acquired the Palazzo Grassi in Venice in 2005,[18] which reopened in 2006 as the first exhibition site of the Pinault Collection,[19] and the Punta della Dogana, also in Venice, in 2009.[20] Both buildings were renovated and remodeled by the Japanese architect Ando Tadao.[21] In August 2016, the Mayor of Paris Anne Hidalgo and Groupe Artémis jointly announced the relaunch of Bourse de Commerce, located in Paris, into a Pinault Collection-branded contemporary art museum.[22] The new museum contains 32,000 square feet of exhibition floor remodeled by Tadao Ando. Its opening is planned for Fall 2021.[23]

Investments

Groupe Artémis invests in fashion, wine, luxury, art, tourism, publishing, sports, food, and technology. Groupe Artémis invests in the following companies:

Sector Company Description
Luxury & Fashion Kering High-fashion luxury group
Puma Sportswear et athleisure
Courrèges Couture house
Giambattista Valli Couture house
Auction Christie's Auction house
Wine Artemis Domaines Château Latour (Premier Grand Cru Pauillac AOC)
Domaine d'Eugénie (Vosne-Romanée)
Tourism Ponant Luxury cruises
Press Le Point News magazine
Point de Vue People and royal families news
Publishing Tallandier History publishing house
Sport Stade Rennais F.C. Ligue 1 football club
Food Breizh Café Crêperie fusion Brittany-Japan
Tech Red River West Investment fund

See also

References

  1. ^ "Company Overview of Groupe Artémis". Businessweek.
  2. ^ Joseph Randazzo, Billionaires on Planet Earth, Elohim Inc, 2019 (ISBN 9781545750520)
  3. ^ (in French) Pinault s'offre château-latour, Lesechos.com, 1 juillet 1993
  4. ^ Domaine d'Eugenie - Winery Information Page, Wine-searcher.com
  5. ^ Jane Anson, Francois Pinault buys Chateau Grillet, Decanter.com, 15 March 2011
  6. ^ Alexandre Abellan, François Pinault achète 1 million d'euro l'ouvrée de Montrachet, Vitisphere.com, 3 July 2012
  7. ^ MaryAnn Worobiec, Napa's Araujo Estate Winery Bought by Owners of Bordeaux's Chateau Latour, Winespectator.com, 25 July 2013
  8. ^ Rupert Millard, Latour's owner buys Clos du Tart, Thedrinksbusiness.com, 27 October 2017
  9. ^ Christie's sold to French, Cnn.com, 18 May 1998
  10. ^ Le Point, Eurotopics.net
  11. ^ Adrian Vremera, 10 Richest Football Club Owners in Europe, Alux.com, 2 July 2014
  12. ^ (in French) Qui sommes-nous, Tallandier.com
  13. ^ Tom Stieghorst, Ponant sold to French luxury goods firm, Travelweekly.com, 27 July 2015
  14. ^ Fleut Burler, Kering Partners With Media Business 'The Explorers', Yahoo.com, 15 November 2019
  15. ^ Megan Doyle, Why Artémis, Not Kering, Invested in Giambattista Valli, Businessoffashion.com, 6 July 2017
  16. ^ Kristina Ezhova, Artémis Acquires Courrèges, Businessoffashion.com, 18 September 2018
  17. ^ Joelle Diderich, Consortium Including Artémis Buys French Weekly Point de Vue, Wwd.com, 6 July 2018
  18. ^ Jennifer Allen, Pinault Buys Controlling Interest in Palazzo Grassi; Leipzig's New Gallery Mile; Checking Out the Sharjah Biennial, Artforum.com, 2 May 2005
  19. ^ Herbert Muschamp, The Grassi is Greener, Nytimes.com, 30 April 2006
  20. ^ Silvia Aloisi, Pinault wins battle to build new Venice art venue, Reuters.com, 7 April 2007
  21. ^ Francois Pinault Opens The New Punta della Dogana Contemporary Art Centre in Venice, Artdaily.com, 6 June 2009
  22. ^ New Paris museum to house billionaire's modern art collection, Theguardian.com, 27 April 2016
  23. ^ (in French) Report de l'ouverture de la Bourse de Commerce-Pinault Collection, Connaissancedesarts.com, 17 April 2020

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