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Galerie kreo
Marbles and Clowns

19 Sep 2015 to 27 Sep 2015
Exhibition
Tue-Fri 10am-6pm, Sat 12pm-6pm
020 7499 4611
Free Event
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Galerie kreo presents "Marbles and Clowns", a brand new collection of porcelain vases, marble side tables and consoles designed by Pierre Charpin. The designer plays on the ambivalence of the clown, a figure which has been extensively investigated in theatre, literature, art and cinema.

Galerie kreo presents "Marbles and Clowns", a brand new collection of vases and marble side tables and consoles designed by Pierre Charpin.
For his first solo exhibition in London, the designer plays on the ambivalence of the clown, a figure which has been extensively investigated in theatre, literature, art and cinema.
The 10 clown vases are produced by the prestigious Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres, the historical reference of French porcelain, established since 1740, each piece is unique and painted by hand. The side tables and consoles are composed of fine marble.
Galerie kreo produces limited edition pieces by the most important contemporary designers and operates as a ‘design laboratory’ dedicated to research.

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Galerie kreo produces and shows original design pieces by the most important contemporary designers, operating like a 'design laboratory" dedicated to research.
Clémence and Didier Krzentowski present limited edition pieces especially created for Galerie kreo by François Bauchet, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, Pierre Charpin, Konstantin Grcic, Jaime Hayon, Hella Jongerius, Alessandro Mendini, Jasper Morrison, Marc Newson, Studio Wieki Somers, Martin Szekely and Marteen Van Severen…

In parallel to its activity of contemporary production, the gallery presents a large selection of exceptional vintage lights from the 1950’s until present day, with pieces by Achille Castiglioni, Gino Sarfatti, Vittoriano Vigano… and also Jacques Biny, Pierre Guariche, Jean-Boris Lacroix.
The book 'The Complete Designers’ Lights', published by JRP Ringier documenting Didier's private collection is considered a reference on the subject.