JITISH KALLAT, GALERIE DANIEL TEMPLON,… 

14 Sep 2013 | 314 views
For his exhibition at the gallery, the artist is focusing on simple everyday experiences such as sleep, being searched at a checkpoint, commuting or dining. By altering scale or form, he shifts from familiarity to off-kilter visual conundrums and metaphoric associations imbued with a playful ambiguity and deeper meaning. Until November 2. Pour son exposition à la galerie, Jitish Kallat se concentre sur une série d’expériences quotidiennes …

FASHION SHOW CHLOÉ FALL-WINTER 

8 Sep 2013 | 133 views
CHLOE’S Autumn-Winter feminine wardrobe will be elegant, soft and surprisingly easy going looking, using fine materials like tweeds, velvets, leathers or suedes in greys, blues, browns, blacks contrasting with flamboyant reds, or immaculate whites. Capes and peacoats play with fullness, close fit cuts decorated with gold buttons. Trapeze dresses, flowing shirts, or skirts in light weight gossamers contrast with strict blazers. Interesting contr…

CLAUDE MONET'S HOUSE IN GIVERNY 

4 Sep 2013 | 65 views
One hour away from Paris, in Normandy, you can visit Giverny, and the property of the Impressionist painter Claude Monet. It’s an enchanting setting tn which to glean an idea of the pictorial period and revolutionary 19th century life style. Itw Sylvie Patin : In 1883, Monet moved to Giverny which he greatly appreciated. It provided an anchor for him, and subjects to paint : the nearby Seine River, mill wheels, fields of poppies…It was a start…

TTF HIGH JEWELRY, PARIS 

2 Sep 2013 | 77 views
The Haute Jewelry brand TTF for Today, Tomorow and Forever is to show precious works in white jade and precious stones. Company president, Mr. Franck WU, has announced the opening of their premises on the Place Vendome in Paris. TTF is a very creative young brand founded in Shenzen in China.We were invited by the city of Paris for our know how, and TTF’s international main office decided to set up in the Place Vendome to give a new impluls…

DESIRE AND PLEASURE IN PARIS 

1 Sep 2013 | 105 views
The splendid 19th century Private Manor House that belonged to the art collector Andé Jacquemart, is presenting a themed exhbition entitled, “Desire and Pleasure” featuring English artists from Queen Victoria’s times. These works evoke a woman who’s spooky, a sorceress, a muse or a heroine. Drawn according to Roman or Greek ideals, the scenes depicted take on the anachronisms, celebrating the cult of : beauty, and of art for art’s sake. In t…