Art Musts of the Week: 19 - 25 January 2015

January 22, 2015

What u must know : Drawing now Paris, 9th edition.

For its 9th edition, Drawing now Paris will be held in the heart of Paris @The Carreau du Temple, from 25th March to 29th March 2015. DNP will provide visitors with a full introduction to the diversity of 50 years of contemporary drawing.  Interviews, drawing in process and a cultural exhibition will punctuate the Fair.  Over de five-day event, over 21,000 visitors, collectors, professionals, and art lovers will explore the world of contemporary art as interpreted by over 400 artists.

What u must see: For the first time in Europe "In Your Face" exhibition by the influential photographer Mario Testino. 

For the first time in Europe, the Staatliche Museen zu Berlin will present the work of the influential photographer Mario Testino at the Kulturforum from 20th January to 26th July 2015.  The exhibition explores and celebrates the innovation and diversity in Testino's photography, which evokes elegance, irreverence and contradiction. 125 images of his photographic work will be exposed: portraits, private snapshots, fashion, colour , black & white and nudes.

"In Your Face, for me, represents the most free way of expression" says Testino.


What you must have: geometric chocolate ! 

Japanese design house Nendo turns chocolate in beautiful and delicious pralines that look just like geometric forms.  Nendo created the chocolates for Maison&Objet (professional trade show).  If you want some Nendo chocolates, hurry up ! A limited edition set of 400 boxes will be on sale on January 23 to January 27 at Maison&Objet in Paris.

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