Mouvements Modernes Gallery looks back to the Neotu period, the first gallery founded by Pierre Staudenmeyer. The gallery presents a set of pieces by Martin Szekely, from the collection Pi to some one-off pieces, made for special orders.
« A piece of furniture is a link between intellect, art and skill » said Martin Szekely. It’s with this assertion that the designer, spearhead of Neotu Gallery, illustrates the ambivalence of the design discipline. Mouvements Modernes continues its furniture editor activities by exhibiting, together with those mythic lines, young artists’ creations : Matthew Chambers, Yoshiaki Kojiro, Bae Sejin, Fabien Petiot, Yann le Bihan. The gallery also presents the only remaining example of the sculpture-mirror by Elizabeth Garouste. Nourished by several influences, the artists presented by Mouvements Modernes explore the possibilities of materials, questioning our current trends, allowing the eye to continue to be surprised in front of new contemporaneousness. Through the prism of the material, they express the richness of contemporary creation, so proving the continuity of human creativity.