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Transformations is a direct reference to one of Molnar's great masters, revisiting the representation of the magic square.
The story of a legendary couple acquainted with the greatest artists and creators of their time…
The artist's latest creation, which marks a turning point and a return to line and drawing.
This multiple is composed of a set of nine wooden letters forming the word: SOMETHING.Sycamore tree set.
A lamp that can be infinitely modulated (almost)
Monotype with engraved text by Julien Creuzet.
One of the artist's rare silkscreen print
The motif of the Montagne Saint-Victoire -so dear to Cezanne- holds a unique place in Vera Molnar’s work.
Pigment and acrylic paint on cotton paper by Julie Polidoro
Catalog of the exhibition Maître de l'Art nouveau viennois dedicated to Otto Wagner at the Cité de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine.
The catalogue presenting the exhibition Anselm Kiefer at the Couvent de La Tourette (Le Corbusier).
Pigment inkjet printing and screenprinting on watercolor Arches and Hahnemühle paper, tracing paper, wood and Plexiglas.
This book is the exhibition catalogue of Picasso et le livre d'artiste at Pierre Andre Benoit museum (Alès)
The artist presents her first tridimensional painting.
On ira cueillir des soleils la nuit is the fifth book by La Collection du Parc coedited with the Fondation nationale pour les arts graphique et plastiques (FNAGP) after Marie Vassilieff and Laure Albin Guillot.
Triptych – pigment printing with collages and original drawings on cotton paper by ARPAÏS du Bois
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.
Here are the photographs of our stand for Art Brussels from the 22nd to the 24th of april 2016.
Tokonoma is a vase conceived as a construction game, which questions the place of the vase object within domestic space.
Bernar Venet’s first tapestry work
Made between 1909 and 1931, the Archives de la Planète represents one of the most comprehensive funds of color photographs from the beginning of the 20th century.
Catalog of the exhibition La rue nous appartient – New York, 1970-1980 dedicated to Arlene Gottfried at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Nancy from October 12, 2019, to January 12, 2020.
In Vera Molnar’s work, the motif of the Montagne Saint-Victoire holds a singular place.
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