“Parisian 5-star hotel La Maison Champs-Elysées has asked Belgian fashion label Maison Martin Margiela – or MMM – to redesign, redecorate and reconcieve a big part of the hotel. According to the hotel’s website MMM, known for its eccentric designs, is creating a theatrical environment where reality and trompe-l’oeil blend into a surreal atmosphere. To give us an idea of what they mean by that, La Maison Champs-Elysées has now released a teaser video where we can see some of the redecoration works. It doesn’t really look like an hotel yet but since the opening is planned for May 30, we bet that will have changed by then.”
Next month, despite opposition from conservative curators, Japanese Pop art star Takashi Murakami will open a solo exhibition at Versailles outside Paris. Murakami will be the third contemporary artist given access to the former seat of French monarchy, following Jeff Koons in 2008 and Xavier Veilhan in 2009. The exhibition (September 13-December 12), will feature 22 pieces, half of which were created especially for the occasion, including sculptures, lamps (pictured), and one painting, one video and one carpet.
7.5 metre disco ball featuring 1000 mirrors suspended by a crane 50 metre into the air….
Michel de Broin and the biggest disco ball in the world….
(film cred to: Charlie Inman)
The Art Mosh unites young and emerging contemporary artists, from all corners of the globe, and exhibits their work in one-off Pop-Up events in major cities.
The Art Mosh is an innovative concept supported by internationally renowned brand Nixon.
Lila Jang’s ‘Canape’. This chair has life. It is one the part of an exhibition called Parcours Saint-Germain in Paris.