Throughout the year we happily organize collective and / or monographic exhibitions in the Art Room and outside the walls in exceptional places. On these occasions, we bring artists together around a theme which is important to us and we are showing their recent works. These exhibitions can be seen for several weeks by appointment in the Art Room or open to the public during openings.
Thursday September 10, cocktail to discover our exhibition at PHILIPPE HUREL:
Association of chromies, textures, opposition or analogies of shapes, each work resonates with the high-quality pieces of furniture from Philippe Hurel's 2020 collection, at 4 Rue du Bouloi, 75001 Paris, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Philippe Hurel, designer of exceptional furniture called on Amelie, Maison d'Art - embodied by Amélie du Chalard - to enhance his new collection of furniture. Among more than a hundred contemporary artists that she represents, Amélie du Chalard has chosen some of the works of painters, sculptors, visual artists and photographer.
The values shared by the two Houses, the love of materials, the diversity of disciplines, the discovery of talents, the attachment to the gesture of the hand and to creation, ensure a common thread between Amélie, Maison d'art and Philippe Hurel.
Association of colors, textures, opposition or analogies of shapes, each work resonates with the high-quality pieces of furniture from Philippe Hurel's 2020 collection. With this unique installation, the visitor is immersed in different domestic and artistic worlds of invigorating modernity.
La texture du temps
La texture du temps, a solo show by the artist Claire de Chavagnac Brugnon
March 1 to March 31, 2018
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ColorHere, told me Claire de Chavagnac Brugnon, showing me her canvas: this is my walk in Amsterdam. First thing, which you pay attention on is series of spots, each as small as cat's footprint. No, no, what we see is a rhythm of colours, starting from left to right and from top to bottom. We can almost hear what we see.
Caught between the swing between the eye and the ear, as a piece of music on the radio takes us in the car; you arrive at your destination without turning off the engine; even when stopped, the movement remains irresistible. In this case, that of a trip to Amsterdam, where one day the artist walked. These tones are reminiscent of gleaming paving stones, fluid reflections of the windows on the canals, blades of the sky cutting the glaucous depths of the water. What matters, however, is not the origin but the play of colors, the rhythm of the signs, their ricochet on the look and the hearing of the present. Each imprint is in turn the translation of memory into light, of light into pigment, of pigment into musical writing.
Excerpt from the text of the writer Denis Hirson in "Claire de Chavagnac-Brugnon, THE TEXTURE OF TIME" published by Lelivredart, 2014.