"Reflection / Colorshot" on display at Patricia Racine's Aux Verdures space, located in the Marais, is an unpublished work created by Sara Badr Schmidt in collaboration with the Arthylae house, for glass, and the Robert Four Manufacture, for textile. Designed to be hung, it is made of textile and stained glass.
The Arab World Institute is showing for the first time in the history of exhibitions devoted to Baya: some forty of his "first drawings" from 1944-45, all the gouaches of his Tales from 1947, a selection of unpublished historical documents, a vast selection of his paintings and sculptures from 1945 to 1998, and the results of research carried out by the historian Anissa Bouayed at the National Overseas Archives of Aix-en-Provence.
It represents from the outset, fruit of a long friendship and mutual esteem, the designer Martin Szekely, master of contemporary design, with a demanding and radical work. Then she endeavors to inscribe in history, the best of creation by defending a new category of actors, the architects and decorators who create their furniture: Joseph Dirand, Isabelle Stanislas & Alexis Mabille.
Last Wednesday, the Hôtel Drouot reopened for a new season of auctions. Bidders, collectors of works of art, lovers of the capital's most unique places and strollers have since been invited to visit the halls of the most famous auction house in Paris.
Since September 17, the De Pont Museum in Tilburg, the Netherlands has been presenting Time Changes Everything, a unique exhibition by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson, with new works including the world premiere of his major video installation No Tomorrow ( 2022). This will be the first solo exhibition in the Netherlands by this internationally renowned artist, and the largest exhibition ever held at De Pont.
On the occasion of Paris Design Week, this exhibition aims to build bridges between design and new forms of digital art. D3SIGN CAPSULE projects the world of decoration into a digital future, with collections created in tandem by an architect-designer and a digital artist.
The “Romance” exhibition brings together images from the series “Le Sacre du Temps” and “Adorazione”. It will be composed of a set of images, contemplative and silent paintings, evoking the sacred in the romantic encounter. Refined architectures, suspended time, love rituals, these two sets offer a sensitive and poetic moment.