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A story of glass-making. Collection of contemporary glassware at MusVerre
When designers and creators are invited to reinvent the use we make of ceramics, an ancient material, then is created an exceptional exhibition.
The Ceramic Experience is the result of a fifteen year’s exceptional creative boiling of more than 60 artists in the domain of contemporary ceramic.
Claude Aïello became his own master, and since the 1980s, has specialized in the production of ceramic pieces with international designers as Ronan Bouroullec, Christian Ghion, Mathieu Lehanneur...
This book presents the new original creations of the Italian designer Ettore Sottsass at the French Manufacture de Sèvres.
Ettore Sottsass was always fascinated by glass, and worked with it at Cirva (the International Centre of Research on Glass and Visual Arts) from 1998 up until his death in 2007.
Andrea Branzi designed Louis XXI, Porcelaine humaine for the Manufacture de Sèvres.
The Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres commissioned Pierre Charpin to imagine new forms. His ideas developed into two series of vases and a table-piece in porcelain.
Two great French manufactures, Sèvres - City of ceramic and Baccarat have both made available to Michele De Lucchi their experience, histories and skills.
Dutch artist, Aldo Bakker, belongs to that new generation of ‘designers’ who truly seeks to ‘give a sense or meaning to forms’.
The Vase Métro by Naoto Fukasawa is inspired by the ceramic white-tile with bevelled edges of the Parisian underground.
An original creation by designer François Azambourg (elected Creator of the year 2009): a series of vases in blown glass created in the Centre International d’Art Verrier (CIAV).
By a process of sand moulding, Régis Mayot revealed the mechanical beauty of his tools, producing prints of a selection of moulds that were traditionally used by artists in glass.
This book presents the new crystal chandelier Extravagance, designed by Hilton McConnico for the French Cristalleries de Saint-Louis.
Martine Bedin and Jeannette Montgomery Barron met at Sèvres. In Small Steps (À petit pas) their discussions led to them working together, combining their artistic skills.
Two volumes in portfolio present contemporary ceramics from the French Manufacture of Sevres created by international artists from 1965 until now.
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