AGENDA

Agenda

La Collection

Du 16 septembre au 24 odécembre 2022

POETRY IN THE AGNÈS B. COLLECTION

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La Librairie

Tuesday 12, July 2022

Concert Brooklyn Orchestra

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La Librairie

Saturday June 18, 2022

Launching & signing of the book “Vandals in Paris” by Antoine Flandrin & Thomas Von Wittich

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PROGRAM

TICKETS

ON THE ROAD :

AGNÈS B. INTERPRETS CLAIRE TABOURET THROUGH AN EXHIBITION OF “LES DRÔLESSES” AT MAGNIN-A GALLERY

 

From May 28 to July 31, 2021, the Gallery MAGNIN-A will present Les Drôlesses, a series of photographs taken by agnès b., in the spring of 2020 during confinement. These images stage two portraits of Claire Tabouret in the springtime decor of agnès’s garden dressed in creations from her personal wardrobe. Throughout the 80 images, Les Drôlesses tells the story of the mischievous and timeless agnès. It tells us about her childhood, the relationship between the designer and the artists and years of creation. She also tells us about a beautiful story of friendship born with André Magnin, thirty-two years ago as well as the admiration she has for the work of Claire Tabouret and some of her artist friends.


“Les drôlesses”

agnès b. interprets Claire Tabouret

From May, 28th until July, 31st 2021

Galerie MAGNIN-A

118, Boulevard Richard Lenoir

75011 Paris

Tuesday – Saturday, 14h-19h

This game Les Drôlesses comes from childhood. I did it for fun. I always do things in a playful way. My work, I always do it with a lot of fun, fluidity. I have met many artists, and artists always talk about their childhood. Childhood is the humus, it is the starting material. It is something spontaneous, it is almost a need… This series also evokes the link with the artists. I have always had this desire to involve them in my creations. It started in the 80’s with the silkscreen prints on the t-shirt that we did ourselves in my home, simple stuff but we do it ourselves. There are a lot of clothes that I made with painters, photographers, graffiti artists…” agnès b.

 

 

La Fab.

Place Jean-Michel Basquiat, 75013 Paris