EXHIBITION

SEPTEMBRE 2017 – 15e Parcours Céramique Carougeois

VERNISSAGE SATURDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 11.30 am – 5 pm
21 RUE SAINT-VICTOR CAROUGE

EXHIBITION 16 – 24 SEPTEMBER 2017

Four-handed development

On the one hand, there is a passionate designer of ceramic objects. On the other hand, a decorator and interior architect reputed for his unique aesthetic sensitivity and his fascination for materials. It was clear that once they teamed up, the results would be fascinating.

Clément Brazille and Peter Kammermann are two free-spirited, uncompromising personalities who represent the junction between two universes. They have come together for an ambitious project, shared research, a common work of art which has driven the concept of an exhibition which involves the decorator as both an artist and a patron.

Tables. Lots of them. Black stoneware surfaces, of infinitely complex design courtesy of the ceramic artist, combined with legs inspired and crafted by Peter Kammermann.

The exhibition contains some 20 exceptional works that are functional yet as splendid as they are unexpected, and which can be put together as the mood takes you, adapted in an individual way, and also serve as decorative panels. And beyond the exhibition, they will be used for limited edition series and new four-handed developments.

Projected tables, occasional tables, ends of sofas, square, rectangular and round panels which can be over a metre in length and 60 cm in diameter. All of them share a certain sense of imperfection and of “having lived” – for this is Kammermann’s wish. He is an artist determined to allow the sensuality of the material he uses to breathe rather than tying it down. Even the enamels crafted to order in matt or anthracite black are the result of patient exploration.

www.clementbrazille.fr

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SEPTEMBRE 2017 – 15e Parcours Céramique Carougeois

VERNISSAGE SATURDAY 16 SEPTEMBER 11.30 am – 5 pm
21 RUE SAINT-VICTOR CAROUGE

EXHIBITION 16 – 24 SEPTEMBER 2017

Four-handed development

On the one hand, there is a passionate designer of ceramic objects. On the other hand, a decorator and interior architect reputed for his unique aesthetic sensitivity and his fascination for materials. It was clear that once they teamed up, the results would be fascinating.

Clément Brazille and Peter Kammermann are two free-spirited, uncompromising personalities who represent the junction between two universes. They have come together for an ambitious project, shared research, a common work of art which has driven the concept of an exhibition which involves the decorator as both an artist and a patron.

Tables. Lots of them. Black stoneware surfaces, of infinitely complex design courtesy of the ceramic artist, combined with legs inspired and crafted by Peter Kammermann.

The exhibition contains some 20 exceptional works that are functional yet as splendid as they are unexpected, and which can be put together as the mood takes you, adapted in an individual way, and also serve as decorative panels. And beyond the exhibition, they will be used for limited edition series and new four-handed developments.

Projected tables, occasional tables, ends of sofas, square, rectangular and round panels which can be over a metre in length and 60 cm in diameter. All of them share a certain sense of imperfection and of “having lived” – for this is Kammermann’s wish. He is an artist determined to allow the sensuality of the material he uses to breathe rather than tying it down. Even the enamels crafted to order in matt or anthracite black are the result of patient exploration.

www.clementbrazille.fr

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