Camille Fournet has invited Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil to partake in their “Equinoxes” project until March 2020. For this third collaboration—following previous editions with Maude Maris and Elsa Sahal—the leather goods company is continuing to support contemporary artistic creation. Renaud Auguste-Dormeuil won the Meurice Prize for Contemporary Art in 2010 and was a resident of Villa Médicis the same year. For this project, the French artist is presenting “Comment te dire adieu,” an in-situ installation in the shop featuring a transformed 100-year-old architect’s table. To celebrate, Françoise and Jean-Luc Déchery invited friends and clients to the shop on rue Cambon, alongside brand ambassador Nicolas Ouchenir and Laurent Le Bon, director of the Picasso Museum. After a dialogue with the artist, everyone gathered across the street at Da Rosa for a cocktail reception and a DJ set from Inès Melia.

Photos: Thomas Smith
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