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Correlations

In its search for correlations between art and interior decoration, Liaigre invited Galerie Chenel, a specialist in antiquities and the art of the ancient world, to 77 Faubourg Saint Honoré for a pop-up exhibition.

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When antique meets contemporary

In its search for correlations between art and interior decoration, Liaigre invited Galerie Chenel, a specialist in antiquities and the art of the ancient world, to 77 Faubourg Saint Honoré for a pop-up exhibition. Together they selected sculptures from the Roman Empire dating from the period between the first century BC and the third century AD, including a monumental head, busts and fragments of architecture. Arranged in contemporary spaces with contemporary furniture and fabrics, these antiquities create a link between ancient art and actual decorative arts embodied by young photographers Simone Cavadini and Charly Gosp in a « Carte Blanche » given by Liaigre.

Last Liaigre furniture collection photographed
photographed by Simone Cavadini

Sculpture in collaboration with Chenel gallery
photographed by Charly Gosp

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Bust of a man, Roman, first century AD. Marble. Ilet side table, oak frame, cedar trays.

Bust of a man, Roman, first century AD. Marble. Ilet side table, oak frame, cedar trays.

Head of a man, probably an Emperor, Roman, first century AD. Marble.
Head of a man, probably an Emperor, Roman, first century AD. Marble.
Oka upholstered sofa, Liaigre leather and fabrics, black patina metal base
Touareg bench
Liaigre leather, tinted oak, structure with chromed metal

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