To celebrate its 150 years, the house is gone to meet the world of art by asking moviemakers, photographers and artists to bring their view of her work and her image. It shows a three-part exhibition that shows how porcelain is present, living, luminous, sensual and inspiring.
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"I then took details of these lithos to not see whole text or image..."discover this collection
"The Last Supper in a pop culture version. This would make a great diner conversation subject once the table is set."découvrir cette collection
"What I like is to create a kind of ritual to complicate life people."discover this collection
"Porcelain gives light thanks to its transparency, this is what I like."discover this collection
"I've always been intrigued by the porcelain, the financial as well sexual aspect of the material."discover this collection
"I love that people are "in" my work and I wanted to work on plates which would create at table, a link between people ..."discover this collection
"I found interesting to find ideas for a story that could be told in twelve plates."discover this collection
"What inspired me is to imagine that people will eat into my paintings..."discover this collection
"A starfish is an echinoderm and not a crustacean... not to consume."discover this collection
"In a family, a dinner service can come from ancestors that we will only receive a photo and plates. Here our descendants will have the photo directly on the plate !"discover this collection
"I am fascinated by this Japanese art called "Kintsugi" from the 16th century, which is to make visible repairs on ceramic made with a mix of lacquer and gold giving an even greater aesthetic value..."discover this collection
“Some people can look down at this plate and a voyage can occur. You can travel to a far away place, you can dream, and it could also make your food look better and even taste better.”discover this collection