AWARDS for the X International Roseta Mauri Dance Award - Teatre Fortuny Foundation, Reus - March 2022
Roseta Mauri, 2022, resin, patina and pigments/steel, 33x11x7cm.
For the fourth consecutive biennial, the Fundació del Teatre Fortuny de Reus has commissioned Veyrat with the trophies for the 2022 edition of the 10th Roseta Mauri International Dance Award. The awards are made up of three sculptures made of resin, pigments and patina supported on an iron base.
The awards ceremony took place at the Teatre Fortuny in Reus on March 25, 2022
AWARDS for the IX International Roseta Mauri Dance Award - Teatre Fortuny Foundation, Reus - March 2019
Roseta Mauri, 2019, resin, patina and pigments / steel, 33x11x7cm.
The Foundation Teatre Fortuny de Reus entrusted Marie-France with the Roseta Mauri Dance Award's trophy for the third consecutive biennial event, 2015, 2017, 2019.
Presentation of the Awards. Press conference.
Awards ceremony during the Gala held on March 23, 2019 at the Teatre Fortuny in Reus
Talking to an awardee after the Gala!
Roseta Mauri, 2019, patinated lost wax bronze/steel, 33x11x7cm.
In the same year 2019, the Foundation of Teatre Fortuny, Reus, acquired this bronze sculpture that is the emblem and symbolic representation of the Roseta Mauri International Dance Award.
AWARDS for the VIII International Roseta Mauri Dance Award - Teatre Fortuny Foundation, Reus - March 2017
María José Antón, Santiago Vila, Montserrat Caelles and Cristina de Anciola, with the trophies. PhOLivia Molet
From March 22 to 25, the Teatre Fortuny in Reus hosts the international dance award. Once again I participate with the realization of the sculptures, some representatives of dance in movement that characterize the internationally recognized dancer Roseta Mauri.
Roseta Mauri 2017, resin, patina and pigments/steel, 33x11x7cm.
This Biennial culminated with the delivery of the Roseta Mauri Honorary Award to Mr. Josep M. Fargas Cardeñas for his decisive contribution to the implementation of the event, generously dedicating part of his time to culture and specifically to the theater of Reus.