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Still lifes

After "Wunderkammer" and "Inner landscape", SINOPLE opens its permanent space with "Still lifes", the third part of the "Collectible Nature" research theme.
from 16.10 to 20.11

Hôtel de Retz
9, Charlot Paris III
mar-sam 12:00 - 19:00

with :

Victor Fleury Ponsin
Studio Corkinho
Atelier Polyhedre
Martine Rey
Fabrice Cazenave
Gaspard Graulich
Miyouki Nakajima
Ciprian Tocu
Yves-Vincent Davroux

photo - Matthieu Lavanchy

Floral, abundance, water and vanity

After his proposals oriented by the “Wunderkammer” and then by the interiorization of natural spaces and its components for “Inner landscape”, SINOPLE inaugurates its gallery with “Still lifes”, third part of the research theme “Collectible Nature”.

The exhibition brings together artistic creations from all horizons around 4 volumes in glass or ceramic and 4 plant textile sculptures which introduce an immersion in 4 objects or subjects of inspiration recurrent in this kind of pictorial expression. In 4 scenes, it evokes a subjective idea of vanity, floral composition, abundance and the allegorical value of water.

Dialogue of periods


At the same time, SINOPLE has chosen to entrust the design of the gallery’s Archives space to Edgar Jayet, winner with Victor Fleury Ponsin of the Van Cleef & Arpels Grand Prix and of the Eyes on Talent x Frame award at Design Parade Toulon 2021. He invests the space with a proposal where antiques come to dialogue with the works of the gallery.

In the heart of the Haut-Marais, on the first floor of a 17th century hotel particulier, the gallery is a discreet, confidential space, conducive to exchanges between the fine, decorative and applied arts.

In addition to the current exhibitions, in an intimate space dedicated to and freely interpreted by invited personalities, collectors will also be able to discover or rediscover “the Archives”: pieces from previous exhibitions, a selection of antique objects and a material library made up of innovative samples proposed by the gallery’s designers.




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