The Academy exhibits from February 13 to March 22 a selection of photographs of Charlotte Perriand, French architect and designer (1903-1999), as an extension of the major exhibition dedicated to her at the Louis Vuitton Foundation until February 24. Articulated around the main themes explored photographically by the artist from 1927 to 1940, the peasant world, the natural objects qualified by her, Fernand Léger and Pierre Jeanneret of art brut, industrial constructions, the mountain, etc., this exhibition gives to see a more unknown aspect of the artist and reveals a very singular sense of composition and poetics. It also makes...
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