‘art & design’


Tuesday, June 3rd, 2014


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RON MUECK/MŒBIUS conversation.

Ron Mueck in bed sculpture 2005 (an enormous woman laying down, isolated in solitary reverie) first presented at Fondation Cartier pour L’Art Contemporain, during the exhibition in 2005, might be seen again during the Vivid Memories exhibition. A special conversation project imagined by the Australian sculptor propose a setting with this sculpture surrounded by the page of Mœbius‘ notebook that were shown for the first time in 1999 during the Un monde réel exhibition. It’s all about a confrontation of different scale, the disproportion large of Ron Mueck and the infinitely detailed and meticulous drawings by Mœbius.
Photo report by Pascal GILLET

Fondation Cartier pour L’Art Contemporain
261, boulevard Raspail
75014 Paris
Until 21st September 2014

TOUJOURS PRESENT glasstown confederacy

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014


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Outcast Inc, held by Geraldine Postel launched last week her new art gallery with an exhibition named TOUJOURS and PRESENT below her new office, near Place des Vosges. Artist and fashion designer Jean Charles de Castelbajac has presented a singular performance named glasstown confederacy inspired by fictitious world Angria, created by siblings of the Bronte family, first appeared in December 1827.
Photos and video by Pascal GILLET

STREET TAG collage

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014


STREET TAG collage
Photo by Pascal GILLET

DESIGNER BOX first anniversary

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014


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DESIGNER BOX first anniversary
During Designer’s days, Designerbox was invited by La Jeune Rue (the design and fooding project around Rue du Vertbois in Paris, by founder Cedric Naudon) to celebrate its first anniversary with an exhibition named Le design marque son Temps. There was presented the first 12 exclusives boxes realized in the year! (exclusive pieces of design, rare witness to the richness and diversity of creative contemporary design)
Exhibition setting by Alexander FRESH
Photos by Pascal GILLET

5+5 designers, A+A Cooren, Aldo Bakker, Arik Levy, Design MVW, Guillaume Delvigne, Pauline Deltour, Ionna Vautrin, Harri Koskinen, José Lévy, India Mahdavi, Nocc, Noé Duchaufour Lawrance, Matali Crasset, Marianne Guedin, OUTOFSTOCK, Pool, Ron Gilad, Sam Baron, Sebastian Bergne, Kazuhiro Yamanaka


enigmatic legend

Monday, May 26th, 2014


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MARILYN MONROE enigmatic legend
For its new exhibition, Taglialatella gallery tributes to the most revered icon of the 20th century Marilyn Monroe bringing together the works of its great names of Pop Art to offer a range of views on the controversial and enigmatic legend. The exhibition aims to illustrate the incredible persistence of the myth. Entered to the icon row due to artist such Andy Warhol, Marilyn remains a key figure in the American cultural identity. More than fifty years after her death, its modernity is still present in our minds. Latest works of the artist Russell Young (canvas sprinkled with diamond dust) focuses on the attractive power and glamour of the icon.
As artist said: i close the door of my studio with my new paintings inside in hoping that tomorrow, Tinkerbell will have covered them with diamond dust!
Report by Pascal GILLET

Galerie Taglialatella
10/13, rue de Picardie
75003 Paris