Art musts of the Week: 6 - 12 october 2014

October 10, 2014

What You must see: Hoop-La by Alice Aycock at Chatsworth, UK

Until the 26th October, the artist Alice Aycock exhibits her huge sculpture “Hoop-La” at the Chatsworth’s garden that has welcomed monumental sculptures since 2006.

Inspired by the wind, Alice Aycock’s sculpture is a part of Sotheby’s Beyond Limits exhibition.

Practical Information:

Alice Aycock / Chatsworth Garden, Bakewell Derbyshire DE45 1PP / Opening Time : from 11am to 6pm / Entry : 12£ / Reservation requested :

What you must have: Necklaces from Architectural Serie by Kari Woo

« Solid Ground » is the contemporary jewellery collection created by the artist Kari Woo. Made in solid sterling silver, this collection is a mix up of perfection and imperfection. “I design for timelessness rather than trend », said Kari Woo. Necklaces from the architectural serie are the must-have of the week!

Practical Information :

What you must know: 7th edition of Meurice Price for Contemporary Art

For 7 years, The Meurice Hotel has organized the Meurice Price for Contemporary Art to promote young artists. The last June, twelve juries gathered to chose 6 finalists that will expose their artworks from the 10th to the 26 October 2014 at The Meurice Hotel : Hicham Berrada, Mark Geffriaud, Eloise Hawser, Voluspa Jarpa, Charlotte Moth and Enrique Ramirez. The 9th October 2014, the jury will choose the laureates and the artist of this year.

Practical Information:

Exhibition at The Meurice Hotel, rue de Rivoli 228, 75001 Paris / From the 10th to the 26th October 2014 / / Tel : +33 144 58 10 10

More Information:

Nuit Blanche, Paris / Start at Austerlitz station, 13th district /from Saturday at 7pm to Sunday at 7am /


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