If you came to hunt for antiques at Paul Bert Serpette this year, you've surely come across her… If you've come across her, you certainly haven't forgotten her. At the bend of an alley, she was sitting, studious, trying to capture the essence of the place.
Here is an eminently historical exhibition proposed by the School of Jewelry Arts. From May 12 to October 1, 2022, you will therefore be able to discover pieces from an exceptional private collection: Greek and neoclassical intaglios, ancient and medieval cameos, small sculptures from the imperial period, Merovingian signet rings, Episcopal rings will be brought together to evoke all the facets of the age-old art of glyptics.
It's almost time for the 23rd edition of the Milan Triennale! From July 15 to December 11, 2022, the French institute will honor designers Pablo Bras, Juliette Gelli and Romain Guillet to represent France there. The objective of this long-awaited forum by the industry? Bring new avenues of reflection on the multiple manifestations and perspectives of design.
Since the XNUMXth century, the royal furniture repository, now Mobilier national, has been an institution largely invested in creation. To fulfill its missions, the establishment has always been free to dispose of stored items that have not been used for a long time and which have lost their heritage character: they then become “Insane”. The public will be able to discover this unprecedented exhibition of old and revisited pieces at the Galerie des Gobelins.
While the IPCC report gives humanity three years to limit global warming, art is committed to giving voice to suffering nature. This is the meaning of the exhibition Earthbound in dialogue with nature (in connection with the earth), organized in Möllerei (Esch-Belval) from June 4 to August 14, 2022, in collaboration with HEK (House of Electronic Arts).
The curious have until May 22 to discover the exhibition “Lumière d'Opale, the foreign painters of the colony of Etaples (1880 – 1920)” at the Museum of Le Touquet-Paris-Plage. More than 70 works from the collections of the museum, public institutions and individuals are in the spotlight.
Here is not one but three exhibitions produced as part of the “Following the river” event. Bonus ? An immersive journey to discover! It is therefore a set of four events in Versailles, Nanterre, Mantes-la-Jolie and La Roche-Guyon, designed simultaneously with photographic surveys and presented as part of the Bap! Outside the walls.
From May 21 to August 27, 2022, the Hotel Torrentius (Liège), classified as an exceptional heritage of Wallonia, opens its doors to the public for the first time as part of the first intramural exhibition of the Jeanne & Charles Vandenhove Foundation, Torrentius' dream.
Here is an exhibition full of promises not to be missed! From June 15, the curious will have the opportunity to discover 110 new puppets and decorative objects through an instructive journey: from the origins of these figurines to today.