During the period of the FIAC (Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain), when the French capital is the center of the art world, a 350-sq-m apartment on the Avenue Victor Hugo, in the heart of Paris, has been the wonderful and exclusive location of the “artistic occupation” created by these three different entities: art, architecture and design met in an unusual space where the boundaries of these different disciplines challenge and dialogue with each other.
Known for her brave and fearless approach of mixing contemporary and historical design, Nina Yashar from Nilufar Gallery will bring some of her exceptional pieces including creations by Gaetano Pesce, Jacques Adnet, Gio Ponti and Martino Gamper. Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci from Dimore Studio will conceive a new body of work for the exhibition and Daniele Balice of BaliceHertling Gallery will present works by Kerstin Braetsch, Oscar Tuazon and Samuel Richardot, along with a selection of historical artworks.
photo credits: Ami Sioux, Guillaume Ziccarelli