Is there a better time than a big day to announce a happy event? The Point G gallery opened its doors and its picture rails on the occasion of the major design event in Paris. Of these great evenings in capitals where the openings beat in its heart. And this, through all the arteries of the Marais.
Design Week brought together beautiful people in the Marais in search of G point. G like Gosserez, Marie-Bérangère of her first name, founder of the gallery. Useful precision, for those who think about anatomy. A pleasure for the eyes rather than the flesh, it is a question in this new lair of artistic creation around nature.
A floral inauguration in the Marais
The welcome is both intimate, sober, vegetal. The pieces exhibited, bold, essential, exquisitely poetic. For this baptism of fire, the younger sister of the Gosserez gallery, located a stone's throw away, explores the theme of “Pastoral Symphony”. An encounter against a backdrop of floral, tree-lined and delicate melody against a backdrop of a silk cocoon.
The link between the two sites imagined by Marie-Bérangère Gosserez is the art of cultivating design. The arrival of G point in the very arty Marais is an opportunity to discover and rediscover certain artist muses of the founder. In all, no less than five creators to be encountered through their works. Anne-Sophie Lammens, gallery owner at the G point recounts their plays with delight.
Renowned artists at the Point G gallery
In order of appearance, an introduction to the cult piece by Valentin Loellmann : the brass and wenge ladder. The inaugural exhibition is entitled “Pastoral Symphony”, and it is indeed a question of nature in bloom. Opening up to the world during Paris Design Week and France Design Week, a successful bet. To celebrate the diversity of nature, plants and organic figures, meet: Shannon Clegg and its floral sculptures made up of a delicate and poetic mesh of stems and petals.
Laurentine Périlhou, a thread artisan explores the meticulousness of macramé to grow flowers, thistles and clovers on her canvases. Aurece Vettier, in collaboration with an AI, designs paintings and sculptures reinterpreting the possibilities of natural flora. Mila Khalizova whose minimalist canvases with captivating reliefs are an ode to simplicity and nature. The duo L&C Lab with multicolored eco-installations. Each work therefore presents an interpretation unique and captivating natural beauty shapes that surround us.
These guest artists and their works coexist harmoniously with a selection of pieces of furniture and light sculptures. These were designed by designers who have been collaborating with Galerie Gosserez for a long time: Emma Donnersberg et Diane de Kergal. Pastoral Symphony is an ode to nature, to plants in its most diverse forms. To browse, like a sensory experience.
After the ode to nature, the rebirth of abandoned materials
If it is impossible to do everything, see everything, survey all of Paris during the design week, here is another great address: at Balsan. A French gem delivering stylish floors, this showroom invites you to discover a breathtaking artist. William Amor, through the exhibition Symbiosis. What to expect ? This artist who loves to handle discarded materials, plastic in all its glory, polluting waste, gives them a second chance... A rebirth in the form of his Messenger Creations. So, against all odds, Symbiose is a scenography of flowers supernatural. All, from scraps and offcuts from Balsan’s productions. When ecology meets the plastic arts, alchemy offers beautiful lasting surprises.
Galerie le point G: 16, rue de Monmorency 75003 Paris
Galerie Gosserez: 3, rue Debelleyme 75003 Paris
Balsan showroom: 99, rue de la Verrerie 75004 Paris
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by LUCILE GELEBART
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