Lucia Bru participates in Hermès exhibition at Palais de Tokyo

24.11.2017 - 07.01.2018/General, Gallery
Lucia Bru participates in Hermès exhibition at Palais de Tokyo
Lucia Bru, Saint-Louis cristallerie in Saint-Louis-lès-Bitche (France) - Photo Tadzio © Fondation d’entreprise Hermès
This fall, Lucia Bru participates in the Hermès commissioned group exhibition "Les Mains Sans Sommeil" at Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Since 2010, Hermès has given young artists a platform to expose their works inspired by natural materials used by the house, to celebrate French know-how.

Every year, three young artists sponsored by recognized artists are welcomed inside the Hermès ateliers, experiencing the daily customs of the artisans of the house. Then, they are given carte blanche to create two new works each, inspired by precious materials such as crystal, silver, silk or leather in liaison with the know-how of the French house. One work is then exhibited within the Hermès Foundation while the other remains under ownership of the artist.

The exhibition at Palais de Tokyo named "Les Mains Sans Sommeil" shows the works created by the nine artists who collaborated with Hermès over the last three years. Bianca Argimon, Jennifer Avery, Clarissa Baumann, Io Burgard, Anastasia Douka, Célia Gondol, DH McNabb, Lucie Picandet and Lucia Bru unveil their creations to the public on November 24th 2017, until January 7th 2018.

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