For its third participation at PAD London, Mouvements Modernes continues its work around the Neotu period, highlighting this year the work of the famous duo of the 80s and 90s, Garouste and Bonetti, with two of their iconic pieces. After the boudoir spirit given to our booth at the last PAD Paris, we will create an office around the incredible and whimsical Rodeo set of Garouste & Bonetti. We will mix contemporary pieces such as the Branche console in its natural oak version and a pair of biscuit wall lights by the designer Fabien Petiot. This ensemble will be set in a box lined with a hand-painted wallpaper by François Mascarello. Each edition of PAD fair is an opportunity for us to inaugurate new collaborations. This year, the sculptural work by the artist Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert will be presented. An incredible installation, Gravity Ripples playing with the strength of its favourite material, glass, will be installed in this collector’s office, like a vibratory sequence as a representation of the energy. The second new feature in London is the edition of a coffee table designed by the young designer Tim Leclabart, whose work is very inspired by Brazilian architecture and design. With his Curved table in walnut and dark blue stained glass created for the PAD, he uses the language of Joaquim Tenreiro’s creations and plays with the free form so characteristic of this period This table will take place in a salon where François Mascarello’s work will also be represented with a silk painting in shades of blue, grey and black from the Samarcande series, as well as a screen entitled Joseon in brass and plaster inspired by the Korean Joseon dynasty (14th / 19th centuries). The salon will be completed with the Sèvres cabinet, which signed the very fine collaboration between the famous French Manufacture and Garouste & Bonetti in 1989. And we will again be attracted by the poetry of the artist Daniela Busarello with a triptych, composition of her interior landscapes, specially commissioned for the fair. Ceramics will always have an important place on our booth with the work of the Danish Turi Heisselberg Pedersen and her very special enamelling, Matthew Chambers and his infinite soft spirals and finally the famous Harumi Nakashima with a monymental porcelain with blue dots so emblematic of his work. This porcelain will be in conversation with the Cosme ceiling light and its lively and poetic design thinking by Constance Guisset. Mouvements Modernes brings together the emblematic pieces from Neotu Gallery and the works of contemporary artists who are the icons of tomorrow in their art and already now experts in their material and technique.