Agenda

January 2019
Paul Bert Serpette
In progress
FROM May 21 to August 08, 2021
Stands 91 & 234 aisle 6 Paul Bert

Founded in 2005 by Valérie Bouvier and Antoine Nouvet, REMIX GALLERY is a pioneer in the promotion of French design of the 80s. They present and defend the work of the biggest names in French design of this period, such as Philippe Starck, Andrée Putman, Christian Duc as well as the ceramist and plastic artist Claude Dumas, to whom they are dedicating, in May 2021, a personal exhibition on his…

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From Friday, June 4, 2021
Stand 52 alley 3 Paul Bert

Cécile and Loui Dein

The Poterie de la Levrette is nestled in the hollow of the Breton moor. House-workshop with a family and artistic atmosphere where Cécile Dein likes to tell you her story, her creations.

The floor is covered with its enamelled tiles, the benches and tables are cut with a gouge by her husband, the curtains made from the weaving of worn children's clothes:…

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2021
Paul Bert Serpette
Ended
January 2021
stand 284 alley 7 Paul Bert

Aurélien Gendras gives pride of place to the totemic bestiary of the artist Laurent Dufour, which coexists with sculptures, “Nocta” lamps and “Echo” claustra by Denis Castaing and in the center of the booth, a work by Maarten Stuer.

 

photos © Anthony Girardi

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From December 5, 2020
stand 87 alley 6 at Paul Bert

For this 3rd installment on Charlotte Perriand and the arcs resort, Maison Verrsen presents a new selection of rare furniture from the residences "la Cascade", "Adrets", Belles Challes ...

We are in 1967, the promoter Roger Godino and the guide Robert Blanc are working on the project with the members of the Atelier d'Architecture en Montagne (AAM), Guy Rey Millet and Gaston Regairaz.…

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December 31, 2020
Paul Bert Serpette
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April 16, 2020
Paul Bert Serpette

The evolution from natural plastics (amber, horn, etc.) to semi-synthetic plastics (celluloid, viscose, etc.) and synthetic plastics (bakelite, PVC, plexiglas®, etc.) has continued to influence the furniture sector. At the dawn of the 1950s, plastics presented indisputable technological performances, the fruit of a creative wealth for designers and architects in search of renewal.

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May 7, 2020
Paul Bert Serpette

Since ancient Greece, the banquet culture has seen the birth of canthares, craters and amphorae for serving wine and various dishes necessary for cooking and preserving food. The concept of individuality does not exist during meals, dishes, cutlery and glasses will appear much later over the centuries. Cap on tableware with Paul Bert Serpette.

 

The tablecloth of the…

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