FEMALE ART: For our women's cycle, CultureSecrets organizes an exceptional private evening at the concept store "EMPREINTES" of Ateliers d'Art de France. On the occasion of the Journées Européennes des Métiers d'art (JEMA), enjoy a guided tour of the place and a meeting with the creators Nini Peony and Agathe You, for a moment of exchange and conviviality with the presentation of their work and free questions around this common passion for embroidery art. Exchange and discuss with women artisans in a friendly and warm place around a glass of champagne.
Created by Ateliers d'Art de France in 2016, the concept store EMPREINTES offers thousands of unique objects for sale, handcrafted in unique pieces or in small series, in the art workshops of creators based in France. Against the trend of always more and always faster, EMPREINTES invites to a sustainable and French consumption, close to the values of artcrafts. Throughout the evening, you will receive a welcome discount of 15% for all purchases made - excluding the bookshop and the Collection gallery (2nd floor).
Sales exhibitions and events related to creation punctuate the rhythm of the concept store. Also, for the JEMA, "EMPREINTES" puts embroidery in the spotlight with "Fil conducteur". The opportunity to rediscover this age-old technique entirely revisited by Agathe You, Marianne Batlle, Anne Fontaimpe and Nini Peony. Mural works, sculptures, jewelry ... observe the artistic expression of these 4 creators who share a common passion for textile art and the creation of unique and fascinating pieces. And, during a meeting with Nini Peony and Agathe You, enjoy a break dedicated to the transmission of a know-how.
"Fil conducteur" is 4 artists, 4 personalities and 4 different artistic approaches.&nbs
Wednesday, March 29 at 6:30 pm
5 rue de Picardie
A reservation is valid for 1 person.
Your name will be written on a list at the entrance of the event.
For information, EMPREINTES is accessible to all disabled people.
Photo © Nini Peony, Fil Conducteur
Photo © ALEXANDRE GALLOSI/Ateliers d’Art de France