The Galerie du Passage hosts the exhibition Promenons-nous by Marie Hugo. Through around thirty canvases and around ten large totems, the artist offers a stroll through nature throughout the seasons. With her works created especially for this exhibition Marie Hugo delivers her personal vision of the forest and its undergrowth. 

A place of enchanting wonder of childhood, the forest is also an inexhaustible source of scientific discoveries but it has recently become, alas, the place in which global warming is most dramatically expressed with the explosion in the number of fires. this summer.

Architects Pedro Cabrito and Isabel Diniz transform cardboard boxes to host the International Biennial of Children's Book Illustration. Once again, the Ilustrarte exhibition offers an excellent overview of the current state of international contemporary illustration. There is a very eclectic mix of styles, techniques and themes, reflecting a wide variety of cultural backgrounds, established names and emerging young illustrators.

Artists for Madagascar is an initiative of Marion Tivital and Sébastien Layral. Members of the office and artists, they join forces and their networks to organize this sale of contemporary art, all the funds from which are donated to the association. The principle is simple: works by around 70 renowned artists are offered for sale at a fixed price of €250 depending on the work. Each work sold allows the association to provide school days with meals to Malagasy children, and to support destitute old people. 

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. 
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