The Grand Palais invites us to his gardens in this spring 2017 …

As an invitation to the walk, the exhibition introduces us to botany and landscaping through European eras and territories, particularly in France. We cross the exhibition at its own rhythm passing the themes like a succession of flowerbeds where blossom Renaissance paintings, extracts of films, photographs or even sculptures dealing with the art of the Jardins. It is easy to sit on a circular bench, imagining the tree that could accommodate it …

The Grand Palais invites us to his gardens in this spring 2017 …

As an invitation to the walk, the exhibition introduces us to botany and landscaping through European eras and territories, particularly in France. We cross the exhibition at its own rhythm passing the themes like a succession of flowerbeds where blossom Renaissance paintings, extracts of films, photographs or even sculptures dealing with the art of the Jardins. It is easy to sit on a circular bench, imagining the tree that could accommodate it …

This is the first time that a museum devotes an exhibition to the “gardener”, says the editor of the exhibition himself, confirming the fervor that gardening has aroused among urban people in recent years. 

We talked about this topic in our SUMMER 2017 books around our theme TRACKS.

This exhibition allows us to confirm the phenomenon of naturalization, the “green fever“ of the cities we were already talking about.

#vegetalisonsparis

Following the Milano Salone del Mobile fair, color speaks for itself a lot of nature since Green is THE highlight color of this 2017 edition.

Thonet

Diesel Living

Pure Leaf Space & Luca Nichetto

Let us take a walk in the gardens of the Grand Palais following the curator’s itinerary, the pieces of Art superimposing themselves wonderfully to references of emerging design, bucolic, kitsch, brute or delicate. We mix the spirit of the gardener with the design of the moment.

TRESHOLD

Jannelli&Volpi x Ufficio Progetti

Giuseppe Penone Verde del bosco con camicia

BOTANY

RemAtelier

Herman de Vries

ARBORETUM

Biscuit by Patricia Urquiola    

Xylothèque de bois exotique – anonyme

MIXED BORDER

Windfall x Clarissa Dorn E Roel Haagmans

Cartier

A LITTLE GARDEN

Alessandra Baldereschi for Ichendorf

Matisse

WALK

 Jardins d’Été by Quayola

Impressionistes

PATH

Diana Scherer

Artistes divers – paysagisme

Did you like this walk in the garden(s)? So opt for this new art of living indoor/outdoor, which places the emphasis on Nature: Wood, veins and plants; Gardeners, landscapes and strata; Humus and other wonders depicted by Artists of yesterday and today, inspiring current designers, investing and making of this nature a new questioning for the future.

VIRGINIE MOUROUVIN
Forecasting Stylist

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