Mouvements Modernes at PAD PARIS 2019
The next edition of PAD Paris is an opportunity for Mouvements Modernes
to invite you to its boudoir.
The lightness and delicacy of a ceiling lamp designed by Constance
Guisset will be the beginnings of a collaboration with the gallery. The
piece will take place among very feminine works, making this boudoir
a real cabinet of curiosity by their own subjects of study.
Nature will be seen through minerals and sensuals sculptures, inspired
by crystal and geological formations, by the danish artist Turi Heisselberg
Pedersen. Face to face with these pieces a serie of four experimental
sculptures by the British artist Matthew Chambers influenced by
constructivist movements and optical art.
The sensitive and sensual works of Daniela Busarello, new artist of the
gallery, will allow us to become fully aware of the beauty but also the fragility
of what surrounds us. This Franco Italiano Brazilian artist will present
two Inner Landscape paintings and the first Tempo landscape, a
landscape of her hometown, a series of watercolours, “utopian-oniric
landscapes” and a set of vases-sculptures from the Mose series inspired
by the Venetian lagoon.
Curiosities of this boudoir with the iconic Jumbo cabinet of Pucci de
Rossi, but also the astonishing console Branches by Fabien Petiot or
the sculpture table Galet of the ceramicist / painter Armelle Benoit.
The preciousness of the place will be seen, among other things,
through the materials used by the artist François Mascarello: stucco
and straw marquetry for a set of three side tables and silk for a wall
These contemporary works will be part of a collection of iconic pieces
from the 1980s and 1990s, including the cabinet Jalousie by Garouste
and Bonetti for Neotu gallery, or a pair of Zigo chairs by Ron Arad.