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Since its creation in 1865, HEURGON has been a French flagship of luxury. Preferred by the biggest watch and jewelry houses and recognized worldwide, the mythical brand at 15 rue Royale is opening the doors of its "flagship" at 58 rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, in Paris, whose the design was imagined by the architect Bernard Dubois.

Brunelda is an atypical artist, who conceives and captures faces with a unique "paw". Inspired by the great Picasso, she creates watercolors that are so many invitations to let yourself be carried away by beauty and calm. A world of softness and cheerfulness, all in abstraction, which breathes peace and harmony. Each work is an original and unique creation, Brunelda refusing to give in to the ease of serial printing.

Falling in love with Panama several years ago, Corinne Bally devotes herself to promoting its artisanal heritage and more particularly that of the shamanic masks of the Darién region. 

On the occasion of the auction of the exceptional collection of African Art by Doctor Jean-Claude Arnault (28 September at Drouot), Charles Édouard Delettrez wanted to rediscover the spirit of a great collector. For this, he solicited the eye and talents of Alexandre Biaggi who spontaneously lent himself to the game of curator, decorator and art lover with the sensitivity and skill that characterize him and with which he animates and re-enchants his gallery, every day. 

Avenue du Mont-Royal pays tribute to André Lavallée by presenting the exhibition Montréal: Figures et fragments until September 5, 2022, which brings together a dozen large-format photographs, which Montrealers will be able to discover between Rivard and Resther streets. 

This Tuesday, July 12, 2022 took place the laying of the first stone of the Villa Créative, the first university incubator dedicated to culture. The Louis-Pasteur site of the University of Avignon is undergoing a restructuring aimed at associating the university with the city by making it a place open to all. New spaces dedicated to teaching, research and creation as well as gardens will open to the public during the summer of 2023. Designed as places conducive to meeting, sharing and debate, they will promote interaction within a diverse audience. 

AKAA, the main fair dedicated to the artistic scenes of Africa and its diasporas in France, returns for its seventh edition on new dates, from October 20 to 23, 2022. This expected meeting of enthusiasts and curious about art and Africa , will be held on the sidelines of a rich and dynamic cultural week, essential for the international community of the art world. 
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