Current exhibition

Exhibition of artworks, decorative arts and furniture from Europe in the second half of the XXth Century.

“THE APARTMENT” 50’s-70’s design exhibition

From Sunday 23 october 2016

La Galerie Nationale is pleased to announce the opening of The Apartment, an exhibition of artworks, decorative arts and furniture from Europe in the second half of the XXth Century. The exhibition will be on view from October 24th.

The Galerie Nationale is committing again fully to Design, in a desire to continue to empower and diffuse European Decorative Arts, show and sell collectibles, vintage furniture, one of kind objects from renowned Designers as Mathieu Matégot, Pierre Guariche, Marco Zanuso, Serge Mouille, Charlotte Perriand, Hans Wenger, Joseph-Andre Motte, Pierre Paulin etc….
For a very first time, a gallery will transform itself in a permanent apartment for an indefinite time, in which objects and furniture will vary and change regularly. A European / french apartment, in which viewers will wander around Iconics and Rare Finds.

The curatorial team for the exhibition consists of prominent experts and preservation advocates, including Chrystyna Salam and Guillaume Cuiry (owner of La Galerie Nationale), two XXth century Design international experts, dealers and collectors.

The exhibition will feature a rare numerous body of work from Jacques Nestlé painting (period from 1950 to 1965), a large and carefully curated ensemble of ceramics of the 50’s and 60’s like Roger Capron, Pol Chambost, Peter and Denise Orlando, Georges Jouve... Some of the biggest french Masters of Pottery during the golden age of Vallauris ceramic workshops.

The Apartment will highlight the importance of our privates interiors as the spaces in which we conduct our daily lives and present the challenges in maintaining the integrity of these spaces in the face of uniformisation of taste due to social medias and mondialised offer in shops.

A great opportunity for UAE Design lovers and collectors to let the beauty of original creation enter their home interior.