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The work of Japanese artist Naoki Kawano is a perfect contemporary illustration of this. In his drawings, he expresses geometric movement through an assembly of simple shapes highlighted by the association of complex colours. Fascinated by the beauty of Paris, where he lives, he brings together French culture and Japanese traditions in his work by combining gouaches, Japanese pigments and handmade paper. Like an ode to creation and colour, it is this graphic and colourful force that Pierre Frey wanted to reproduce through a composition of original sketches by the artist printed on f ibrous paper, embroidered in relief and playing with materials on a linen with a majestic fall, or considerably enlarged on a woollen rug knotted by hand in the traditional way.
Manifesto of the creative emulation of a Parisian aesthete, the PARADE collection abounds in colorful and joyful, graphic and daring references. The patterns of the fabrics, wallpapers and rugs evoke the bustling art scene of interwar Paris, the epicenter of the avant-garde, as well as other influences from greater Europe.
They recall the madness and the abundance of the Ballets Russes in the manner of a beautifully orchestrated show. The cubist, expressionist and abstract movements of many major artists are sources of inspiration.