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In Vera Molnar’s work, the motif of the Montagne Saint-Victoire holds a singular place.
A finely tuned series on the verge of evanescence…
This multiple is composed of a set of nine wooden letters forming the word: SOMETHING.Sycamore tree set.
Pigment and acrylic paint on cotton paper by Julie Polidoro
Catalogue of Pardo é Papel, an exhibition of the work of Maxwell Alexandre at the Musée d'art contemporain of Lyon from March 8 to July 7, 2019.
An obsidian construction game created by Anne et Patrick Poirier
Original drawings, screen printed, of 5 ex. (each).
Conceived around the relationship of drawing and writing, text and image, Comment d'une épingle faire un clou is a collection of thoughts on the fundamental values of transmission.
Lamp « Spoutnik» by François Azambourg.
Monotype with engraved text by Julien Creuzet.
The "Dancers in the Dark" stool by Etienne Marc was presented for the DDay’s 2017 at the Musée des arts décoratifs de Paris.
The Moc Moc Moc Carpets by Sylvain Debelfort were presented for the DDay’s 2017 at the Musée des arts décoratifs de Paris.
Scenography, interior architecture, furniture, everyday objects are all visible parts of Christian Ghion, a protean designer who experiments, explores, embodies and sublimates.
Deluxe edition of L’Art de Pierre Soulages by Bruno Duborgel.
The motif of the Montagne Saint-Victoire -so dear to Cezanne- holds a unique place in Vera Molnar’s work.
An exceptional series of vivid drawings
The Lamp 360 by Aurore Assimon was presented for the DDay’s 2017 at the Musée des arts décoratifs de Paris.
From March 28 to June 10, 2017, Galerie des Galeries presents Le jour qui vient (The Day That Comes).
An exceptional selection of hand-coloured cards on Arche vellum paper is presented.
Populated by monsters and chimeras, filled with fantasies and surreal impulses, the dubious territory of our dreams and neuroses is Amelie Barnathan’s favorite playground.
Tokonoma is a vase conceived as a construction game, which questions the place of the vase object within domestic space.
March 1967- Musée d’art et d’industrie of Saint-Etienne- Philippe Favier discovered contemporary art and Le Fiancé by Francis Picabia.
“I received my first bike at the age of twelve, since then, I have been on the road.” (Paul Morand)
The "Pluto" Suspension by Marie-Eve Millasseau was presented for the DDay’s 2017 at the Musée des arts décoratifs de Paris.
Triptych – pigment printing with collages and original drawings on cotton paper by ARPAÏS du Bois
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