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Bernar Venet has created a venue for contemporary art in the enlarged, renovated watermill he has been living in since 1989, in Le Muy (France, Var).
The motif of the Montagne Saint-Victoire -so dear to Cezanne- holds a unique place in Vera Molnar’s work.
The "Pluto" Suspension by Marie-Eve Millasseau was presented for the DDay’s 2017 at the Musée des arts décoratifs de Paris.
The book records installations done in Clermont-Ferrand between 2000 et 2010, and photographed by the artist.
Here are the photographs of our stand for Art Brussels from the 22nd to the 24th of april 2016.
An exceptional selection of hand-coloured cards on Arche vellum paper is presented.
Neon and glass shelter composed of 3 different items.Table & chair unit
Monotype- pigment printing with original texts by ARPAÏS du Bois
An obsidian construction game created by Anne et Patrick Poirier
We are pleased to announce our particpation to the MAD 2016 fair.
The "Dancers in the Dark" stool by Etienne Marc was presented for the DDay’s 2017 at the Musée des arts décoratifs de Paris.
Monotype with engraved text by Julien Creuzet.
We are pleased to announce our participation to the FIAC 2016 fair.
The story of a legendary couple acquainted with the greatest artists and creators of their time…
The "Time on Hold" Clock by Bastien Mairet was presented for the DDay’s 2017 at the Musée des arts décoratifs de Paris.
This multiple is composed of a set of nine wooden letters forming the word: SOMETHING.Sycamore tree set.
In this project, designer François Azambourg was pleased to bring back the classic "macaroni necklace", but in sterling silver, effectively transforming it into a resolutely precious object.
This book is the exhibition catalogue of Picasso et le livre d'artiste at Pierre Andre Benoit museum (Alès)
Today the work of NILS-UDO enjoys a wide and well-deserved international recognition. Represented in the most famous public and private international collections, this artist is now considered one of the masters of contemporary fine art photography.
From March 28 to June 10, 2017, Galerie des Galeries presents Le jour qui vient (The Day That Comes).
This set consists of an exceptional trilogy: the result of an endless dialogue between the works of three artists, Marc-Alexandre Oho Bambe, Fred Ebami and Alain Larribet.
The book goes trough Miguel Chevalier’s exhibitions and digital installations all throughout the world.
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