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Inro, kogo, natsume, bento, there are a multitude of boxes in Japan... To place ointments, incense, tea, delicacies, or to hide secrets, Japanese boxes are also a great playground for lacquer artists . Vanessa Rau looks today at a superb lacquered wooden box from the Edo era. We are in the presence…
Deeply rooted in the history of the Decorative Arts of the 20th century, Georges Jouve is today the most sought after and most expensive ceramist. Free forms, sober, generous materials, make the work of this ceramist a work of incredible originality. Dear at the heart of Edouard Demachy and the…
On the occasion of the exhibition of drawings by Christelle Téa at the Rage Gallery, "The spirit of the Flea Market in the alleys of Paul Bert Serpette", Christelle talks to us today about her experience within the Market both as as an artist as a lover of antiques... - What were your first…
Virtuosity of the gesture, delicacy of the colors, today our gaze stops on a work by Julie Buchet, Les Roses Trémières. This painting, witness to the artist's love for nature, is the favorite that Olivier Colonna invites us to discover. Born Julie Marie Clémence Lainé in Bourges, Julie Buchet lived…
If there is no doubt that objects play with our emotions, François-Xavier Courrèges, he plays with objects by making them talk brilliantly on his booth. Pierre Sala, Gaetano Pesce or Enzo Mari, are all iconic names in the French and Italian design that you will find in the scenographies of this new…
FCP CORIDON present his new exhibition-sale: 62 canes from Africa   SCULPTING IS MEANING   Whether they are canes of authority or dignitaries, scepters of command or dancing sticks, they have all been sculpted with a particular purpose: to signify. Highly symbolic, these objects materialized power…
Newly installed at Paul Bert Serpette, Caroliny Pereira and Vladimir Igrosanac are both driven by the same passion, Brazilian modernist design. Refined but no less sensual lines, this up-to-date furniture with rare wood species will undoubtedly arouse your curiosity... Brazilian modernism was born…
Designed in 1956, the Tulip Table shakes up furniture codes, with its organic style representative of Eero Saarinen's work. With its fluid and elegant curves, this table still seduces design enthusiasts today and remains a best-seller... Eero Saarinen has been immersed in design since his childhood…
Perfectly summing up the spirit of the 80s, the Ará lamp is today the choice of Nans Bouchet, who presents us this design icon, from the irrepressible Philippe Starck… Philippe Starck exhibits the characteristics of one of the few "super-designers" who succeeded in influencing a generation of…
Dock Martens shoes on her feet, dressed with her favorite musical groups t-shirts, Elodie Poupin opens the doors of her ideal 15 years old bedroom... which will certainly plunge more than one into a delicious 90s nostalgia. What is your background ? After studying at a fashion school, I worked in…
Between fascination and fantasy, the great ancient civilizations were a source of inspiration for artists and artisans in the 19th century. In 1810, the Florentine Giuseppe Micali published a work on the Etruscans. This was followed by the discovery between 1827 and 1833 of burials in Tuscany which…
This week ceramics and poetry are one with Alain Gaudebert. After an exhibition at the Galerie Avenir in the 6th arrondissement of Paris by Jean-Marc Mandalian and Nathalie Dupuis, the latter now makes it a point of honor to present on her stand the work of this artist who is dear to her, whose the…
Laurence Piron presents two real favorites pieces from designer Michel Haillard: the Tamaris armchair and the Shirley from the Vegan Poursuite collection. Two creations in lianas, braided bark, with bakelite inlay on the Shirley. stands 124 bis and 126 alley 1 Paul Bert   Some information about the…
This week, we offer you a stopover in Italy, to meet Luigi Frullini, an artist whose works are present at the Musée d'Orsay, the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, the Metropolitan Museum in New York, but also in Paul Bert Serpette at Laurent Vanlian ... Luigi Frullini was born in Florence in 1839…
René Gabriel's day bed This week, Jérémy Pradier Jeauneau highlights a day bed by René Gabriel, dating from 1946, plunging us into the heart of French Reconstruction. A fervent defender of furniture from this particularly rich and fundamental period, he highlights this iconic piece, a pure…
This week, Maxime de Laurentis evokes with us the avant-gardism of the famous Martin Margiela through the “After Party” pumps from the Spring-Summer 2005 collection.   Martin Margiela Martin Margiela is a Belgian stylist, creator of the brand Maison Martin Margiela, which later became Maison…
This week, Eva Cwajg, Les Tables d'Eva, invites you to spend Christmas in the countryside. Although it is not the season, she immediately fell for a cherry decoration, on a magnificent and rare service in very fine earthenware from Sarreguemines. Usually decorated using the lithochromic technique,…
The Tour ring by Jean Vendome Ohan Tuhdarian, known as Jean Vendome, was born in Lyon on April 18, 1930. At barely 18, he opened his first workshop in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. Christine Rivault reveals today a little of the life of this man at the origin of a new and free jewelry, but…
The gogottes of Fontainebleau The association of Olivier Fournier Laroque and Raphaël Ducoin-Nézan, crystallized by the creation of Merveille.com, was born from the meeting of a collector of rare objects and a gallery owner. These two enthusiasts are aimed at all those looking for unique pieces,…
Lovers of sculpture and fervent romantics, this week, Jean-Eudes Julhiard poetizes our day with a marble signed Achille Alberti. Captivating as much by its technique of realization as its moving gravity, this sculpture is in the image of the booth, imprint of character ...   Famous sculptor of…
This work is called "Le Carré aux Vagues". It is a unique piece produced around 1975 by André Aleth Masson, French ceramist from the 1950s to the 1980s. Born in 1919 in Saint Malo, he studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Rennes and Paris. He then joined the Fontcarrade Ceramics School. Once…
Simeon Buchbinder, the pleasure of the dark   After a fairly classic career, a master's degree in financial engineering and a one-year trip to Japan, Nima Torbati began working with his father, a merchant specializing in classic furniture, who had been located in the Vernaison market for 30 years.…
During the Flea Festival, the Galerie Vauclair presents a superb triptych representing a theater scene, French School, dated 1920 This large triptych painted in the 1920s represents a happy theater scene, in the gallant spirit of the 18th century In this festive setting, the painter has hidden many…
Very freshly installed at Paul Bert Serpette, the Hugues Lassaussois booth has no equivalent.  For him, well beyond the simple element of architecture, stained glass is a landscape. Let yourself be amazed by the magic of glass, dazzle by the shimmering colors, captivate by the complexity of the…
At the turn in the path, a sweet baroque music caresses your ear. Welcome to La Maison du Roy, where every weekend, Pascal and Louis Lemoine take you on a journey through the Grand Siècle and more… This week, they share with us their crush for a large Venetian ceremonial armchair from the beginning…