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From february 24th to march 7th, Joyce Gallery will introduce Nochapiq in Paris with “Road Trip” exhibition. Alongside her activities in the luxury, fashion and beauty sectors, Noémie Chaillet-Piquand has revealed her artistic talent. In 2018, at the age of 44, the fashion-designer, inventor, interior-decorator and stylist began working under the name Nochapiq. This is now a signature the artist uses, believes in and attaches to everyday wrapped objects, ruffled items of furniture and Parisian paving stones decorated in different colours etc. Her favourite material: the bolduc ribbons produced by luxury fashion houses. A perfect combination of art and today’s society. Lire la suite…

 

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Parisian precursor of the emerging “listening bar” culture, Jean Louis la Nuit offers a place where vinyl lovers can come together to listen to their favourite albums with high fidelity analogue sound. An out of the ordinary place for an extraordinary character; a platform dedicated to young creators of fashion, art and design. Shaped as a 70’s cave and open to all forms of experimentation, its visitors are submerged into a retro futuristic vibe, unlike any other in Paris. Lire la suite…

 

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Zidoun-Bossuyt Gallery has the pleasure to welcome the French artist Louis Granet for his first solo show at the gallery from 28 June until 7 September 2019. The art of Louis Granet can be read as the metaphor of the itinerary of the painter. Louis Granet develops a technique and a construction in his work rooted in the art of comic illustration. His practice of the comic acquires a whole new dimension on the canvas.

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From the 28thof May until the 15thof June, Kuntzel + Deygas present Articulationat the Joyce gallery (Paris, 1stdistrict), an exhibition of drawings, objects and music revolving around movement and dialogue. Poster-drawings, storyboard inks, anthropomorphic speakers and soundtracks all converse and join together to compose the outline for an imaginary film sketched out by Olivier Kuntzel and Florence Deygas. Two great sound and image creators, to whom we owe among others, since 1988, the opening titles for Steven Spielberg’s Catch me if you can, the iconic La Petite Robe Noire Guerlain character, the MiCha Lamp (sold at Bon Marché) or the two existential Italian dogs Cap & Pep whose adventures livened up the days of Colette and Vogue Japan. Lire la suite…

 

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matali crasset will unveil Vino Sospeso for the ‘Mindblowing’ exhibition at La Cité du Vin in Bordeaux next month. Unique and ethereal, the nomadic “drinking object” Vino Sospeso produced by the CIAV glassmakers in Meisenthal, will hang from the branches of an imaginary tree, as an invitation to a tasting surrounded by nature. Lire la suite…

 

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Didier Fiúza Faustino will show “A Home is not a Hole, Monument to emptiness” at the Guggenheim Bilbao from the 5th of December 2018 until the 28th of April 2019 as part of the exhibition “Architecture effects”. Curated by Troy Conrad Therrien and Manuel Cirauqui, the exhibition presents an innovative look at the correlations and connections between art and architecture in the digital era. Lire la suite…

 

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After BistroFrom Baudelaire to Picasso (2017) and Wine and Music, concords and discords (2018), La Cité du Vin presents Mind-blowing! When art and design meet glassfrom 15 March to 30 June 2019.  In a refined setting, the exhibits will sometimes be functional, but more often symbolic or re-purposed. Creations from Gaetano Pesce, Hubert Le Gall, Achille Castiglioni, Arik Levy, Jean-Michel Othoniel or Philippe Starck will rub shoulders with original works from Matali Crasset and the film-maker Jérôme de Gerlache, created especially for the exhibition. Mind-blowing!has been created by the Foundation for Wine Culture and Civilisations and guest curator Bettina Tschumi. Lire la suite…

 

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Street artist l’Atlas imagine a graphic collection for Secret d’Atelier. This unconventional designer very keen on writing and calligraphy mirrors this particular interest into his work by his own typography, the final goal being to frame a universal language by merging geometric shapes with abstract art. Works as graffiti and painted facades made him widely known ; moreover Jules Dedet Granel gets invited by famous brands and houses such as Perrier, Agnès B. or Maison Guerlain to bring an alternative touch to their collections or stores.

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For their first Parisian solo show, David Brognon Stéphanie Rollin will present « Call (809) 610 – WAIT », a new series of works, at the untilthen gallery as of the 8thof September 2018. Installation, sculpture, photos and straw marquetry embark us upon a peculiar kind of time travel, one where the act of waiting keeps us hanging in a state of limbo. This very subject has become an obsession for both artists. Since 2008 David Brognon and Séphanie Rollin have built an impressive corpus dedicated to time, its measure, its passing, its meanders and dead-ends. “The world is a waiting room. As of our birth we are trapped on a timeline where death is the natural yet unpredictable outcome, give or take a few years. Our daily activities are but a mere artifice aimed at cheating the waiting game. Our works are always a description of this wait between hope, resignation and impatience. Yet, the languor of the wait is also the impassioned state where movement begins. A gestation before the birth of action.” Lire la suite…

 

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Upon the invitation of  David Brognon and Stéphanie Rollin, Robert Samuel is waiting in the church of Saint-Savinien for the 8th Melle Biennial in France.   In 2012 Robert Samuel invented a new profession: the line sitter, waiting in line for others. The Same Ole Line Dudes team, as he named his company, stand in lines all throughout New York for impatient consumers who lust after the new IPhone or for front-row seats to a show but don’t want the inconvenience and hassle of a cue which can sometimes last several days. By filling a contemporary need, Robert Samuel has become a new benchmark to measure time.  Lire la suite…