Créations à Sèvres depuis 1965 - vol. 1

Créations à Sèvres depuis 1965 - vol. 2

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Two volumes in portfolio present contemporary ceramics from the French Manufacture of Sevres created by international artists from 1965 until now.


Two volumes in portfolio present contemporary ceramics from the French Manufacture of Sevres created by international artists from 1965 until now. Limited edition of 450 numbered, with 48 hand-coloured stencilled illustrations and phototypes.

• Artists:
Volume 1 :
Alechinsky, Arp, Buraglio, Calder, Debré, Dietman, Jim Dine, Downing, Favier, Fance Franck, Gilioli, Hajdu, Matta, Morellet, Peduzzi, Penalba, Piza, Poliakoff, Saxe, Sottsass, Betty Woodman.

Volume 2 :
Agam, Geneviève Asse, M. Brétillot, Briggs, Louise Bourgeois, Calder, Convert, Gotscho, A. d’Huart, M. Karella, Lacalmontie, Lalanne, Mathieu, Aurélie Nemours, Piffaretti, Plensa, A. et P. Poirier, Renonciat, Seuphor, Sipek, Sottsass, Soulages, Zao-Wou-Ki.


Data sheet

24 x 30 cm
500 copies
24 stencilled illustrations
Presentation in a cloth-bound Box
Publication date

Agam (Yaacov)

Born in Rishon LeZion (Israel) in 1928, llives and works in Paris.

Asse (Geneviève)

Born in Vannes (France) in 1923. She lives and works between Paris and l'île aux Moines (France).

Bourgeois (Louise)

Born in France in 1911 and living in New York since 1938, Louise Bourgeois is a major artist of the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st century. Crossing surrealism, abstract expressionism, minimalism, oscillating between abstract geometry and organic reality, he work escapes artistic classifications. Based on memory, emotion, reactivation of childhood memories, she obeys a subjective logic, using every medium and shape. Louise Bourgeois’ personal and autobiographic language meets the most contemporary practices and has an influence on many artists.

Brétillot (Mathilde)

Designer born in Paris, Mathilde Bretillot soon started her career in an international context.
After several years in Milan and London, collaborating with Martine Bedin and then Ross Lovegrove, she chose to settle in Paris where she was offered a collaboration with Philippe Starck.
This long experience drove her to launch her own practice.
She founded Mathilde Bretillot Créations in 2010.

Briggs (Peter)

Born on July 17th 1950 in Gillingham (Great Britain), Peter Briggs lives and works in Tours since 1983. He teaches sculpture at the Ecole des beaux-arts of Tours. In 2013, he exhibited at the Galerie Scrawitch in Paris.

Calder (Alexander)

Convert (Pascal)


Gotscho was born in Paris (France) in 1945. Website :

(d') Huart (Annabelle)

Karella (Marina)

Lacalmontie (Jean-François)

Lalanne (François-Xavier)

Mathieu (Georges)

Nemours (Aurélie)

Born in 1910 in Paris (France), died in 2005 in Paris (France)

Piffaretti (Bernard)

Born in 1955 in Saint-Etienne. Lives and works in Paris.

Poirier (Anne & Patrick)

Anne Poirier, born in 1942 and Patrick Poirier, born in 1942. They live and work between Paris and the Provence (South of France).

Renonciat (Christian)

Seuphor (Michel)

Sipek (Borek)

Sottsass (Ettore)

Was born in innsbrück, austria in 1917, in 1939 he graduated in architecture from politecnico of turin. he started out on his professional career, working with his father, the architect ettore sottsass sr.,an important figure in italian rationalism. immediately after the war he moved to milan, where he set up a studio to deal with architectual and design projects. In 1958 he started to work with olivetti as design consultant for more than than twenty years and designed numerious items, which now form part of permanent collections of museums such as the moma in new york, the centre george pompidou in paris, the denver art museum and the israel museum in jerusalem. this work was to gain him four 'compassi d'oro'. He continued to devote time to design culture, taking part in projects aimed at renewing the language of contemporary design. this research was to lead to the creation of several hundreds of objects, mostly one-off, exhibited at various personal shows in international galleries and museums.

Soulages (Pierre)

Very young, he was drawn to roman art and prehistory. During a short stay in Paris, he goes to the Louvre museum where he sees exhibitions of Cézanne and Picasso, who are revelations to him. It is only in 1946 that he spends his entire time painting. His canvases where black dominates, are abstract and dark, and are so different from semi-figurative and very colored post-war paintings, that they are immediately noticed. Recently, other pieces of art were created, where rythm, space and light were born from the violent contact between blanc and white on the whole surface of the canvas, it's an entirely new and different pictorial light.

Zao Wou-Ki

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