Tuesday, November 5, 2013

During the months of October and November, Paris traditionally celebrates contemporary design. Happen through town several interesting exhibitions. Among them, it is worth mentioning the show Spot, which has art direction signed by Nina Yashar , a founder of the gallery Nilufar . The great success of the event is to bring together the best collections of three galleries: the Milanese Nilufar, of course, the Parisian Balice Hertling and London Giò Marconi . The show is marked by eclecticism. Contemporary works share space with historical design and art. The amount of space that houses the exhibit serves him counterpoint. Spot occupies 15 rooms in the Hôtel de Miramion, whose baroque architecture is attributed to the French architect François Mansart. Any other address will not serve the purpose so perfectly to question the boundaries of art and design. The Nilufar adds to the selection important works, such as the Tea House of Shigeru Ban . It is a small house consisting of paper tubes of square section that explores abstract themes, such as empty. In addition, the gallery shows parts leads to Martino Gamper and Robert Stadler, rugs Caturegli and Formica, fixtures Isabelle Stanislas and Lindsey Adelman and work by Gardella for the public library of Monte Carlo.