Thursday, May 23, 2019, many of you came to celebrate the spring. Here is a quick photo reportage of this beautiful evening illuminated by the talents of the 350 Paul Bert Serpette's antique dealers. We would like to thank all of our visitors
Aurélien Gendras presents an exhibition dedicated to the French artist Laurent Dufour.
Initially, these sculptures were made for the Contemporary Art space, "La Chapelle" in Pithiviers.
The sculptures of Laurent Dufour, are present in the private French collections but also in the public collections of the Museum of Ceramics in Sèvres or the Museum La Piscine of Roubaix.
From May to July, the Vauclair Gallery is the bridge between Cape Ferrat and the capital. The "tattooed villa" by Jean Cocteau, which is currently being revamped, is reviving in the 7th arrondissement of Paris and the Paul Bert Serpette market during the exhibition Santo Sospir: a villa on the Riviera. The story of Santo Sospir was born of a blow of heart and a promise of alec made to his…
Thibauld Mazire, born in 1970, graduated in 1991 from Métiers d'art (lacquer) at the Olivier de Serres National School of Applied Arts in Paris. He teaches at the National School of Applied Arts Olivier de Serres since 1999.
President of the association LAC (laceurs associated for creation), he participates in many exhibitions in Paris and in the provinces, as well as in Japan, where his…
"Colorists draw like nature, their figures are naturally delimited by the harmonious struggle of the colored masses.The pure draftsmen are philosophers and abstractors of quintessence.The colorists are epic poets" Charles Baudelaire - Salon of 1846 - Chapter III: Of the color CONSTANCE LAFONTA Constance Lafonta's artistic practice is at the crossroads of various…
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Anthony Vergne moved to Paul Bert Serpette one year ago. He collects objects for more than 20 years, naturaly he was brought to resell objects to satisfy his need of collection. Since the opening of his gallery, Maison Verrsen, Anthony told us he felt the urge to present something new. He realized his project through this exhibition presented until February, combining his two passions, the…