Art musts of the week: 9 - 15 March 2015

March 12, 2015

What u must know: Fashion Week and Doubleface.

For this Fashion Week in Paris, the designer Simon Gate Jacquemus has collaborated with Sebastian Bieniek an artist based in Berlin.  His remarkable creativity and his work "Doublefaced" have given a touch of art at Jacquemus collection.

What u must see: Emilio Lopez-Menchero & Esther Ferrer @Centrale for Contemporary Art, Brussels.  From 04/12/2014 to 29/03/2015. 

The Centrale for contemporary art shows for the first time an exhibition of a major artist of the Brussels art scene: Emilio López-Menchero, a Brussels citizen of Spanish origin.  Multifaceted artist, he developed a protean work (painting, video, photography, performance). He chose to enter into dialogue with the world-renowned artist, Esther Ferrer, a pioneer of performance art. Both of Spanish origin, their efforts come together through the themes of identity and corporeality. An exceptional exhibition of two artists for whom art is a political space for freedom beyond the dictates of all kinds.

What you must have: The lightings of French brand Octavio Amado. 

The lightings of French brand Octavio Amado.  Exagonal shapes imitating origamis and precious stones like rubis, diamond, emerald, garnet, jade or agate. 


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