Since its inception in 2019, The Spaceless Gallery, as its name implies, has relied on the concept of roaming and brings artworks into dialogue with off-the-beaten-path locations.
Veronese, French publisher of exceptional lighting fixtures since 1931, has invited Béatrice Masi, founder of the Nomadic Gallery, to bring together artistic pieces with the latest pieces by Bruno Moinard and the duo Tal Lancman and Maurizio Galante, as well as the magnificent luminous screen by Isabelle Stanislas, to name just one of the house’s magnificent creations. Exhibited in a cleverly orchestrated showroom, the works of six artists are represented by the gallery, including ceramics by Hanna Heino and sculptures by Olga Sabko and Gabriel Sobin. This new opus also features photographs by American Lara Porzac, ceramic and paper works by artist Ruan Hoffmann, all presented in a cabinet of curiosities.
At a time when we talk more and more about the breaking of the border between art and design, Beatrice Masi and Ruben Jochimek, artistic director of Veronese, have found a happy medium where the symbiosis of the two reveals the talent of designers and artists. Here, the various works scattered throughout the space play with the exception of the Murano glass fixtures.
Cerise sur le gâteau, la galerie dévoilera « Eclipse » en octobre, une pièce immersive de Félicie d’Estienne d’Orves, à découvrir au sous-sol du showroom.