A place where sophistication meets almost ethnic or so-called primitive arts. A place where Patrice Dangel´s Naus console "lives" harmoniously with Mario Scheichenbauer’s outstanding Yeti chair, made of Tibetan goat, the rattan and rosewood Italian dresser of Tito Agnoli, Mauro Fabbro´s Scramble floor lamp, the ebony and muninga woods of the Diqlodocus bench sculpted by Babacar Niang, Paul T. Frankl’s varnished-cork coffee table and Alexandre Noll’s sculpture faces Matthieu Dagorn’s masks. A place made by Alexandre Biaggi that can literally anyone experience till 24 September at Galerie Alexandre Biaggi, 14, rue de Seine 75006 Paris.

No comments:

Post a Comment