Portrait of Sigrid Montrond by Sabine Pigalle
From Saint-Germain to la Serenissima: the best exhibitions of the gallery owner Sigrid de Montrond
Between the art gallery Visconti of its eponymous street, the exhibitions in her Venetian Palace, a high-level artistic and cultural venue, the renovation of her castle in Normandy, soon dedicated to art, and the preparation of her book Venise Chic, Sigrid de Montrond is on the move… a lot! For Cerise Magazine, the gallery-owner makes a brief stop at Saint-Germain, where she gives us the schedule of her best exhibitions, here and elsewhere, plus a big push for Sabine Pigalle, a “new generation” artist, focused on the art of quirky photographic portraits, navigating the blurred borders of reality and fiction. Out of this world!
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Valérie Raymond Stempowska, Like Japanese parchments
Writing boards painted by various writers of the 18th and 19th centuries. Vernissage 31/05/17, exhibition until 01/07/17.
In Venice, at the 57th contemporary art biennial
Philippe Marinig, O Sumo San
After the geishas, photographs of the universe of the sumos. Vernissage 11/05/17 at 12 noon, exhibition until 16/07/17 at Palazzo Morosini, at Generali, Campo Santo Stefano.
19/09/17 – 28/10/17 at Atelier Visconti.
Sabine Pigalle, Timequakes
In Venice: Palazzo Bragadin, 6480 Calle del Cafetier. Vernissage on Saturday 13/05/17 at 12 noon.
In Paris: Galerie RX – 16, rue des Quatre-Fils – 75003 Paris