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Djo-Bourgeois / one name, two artists!

On the occasion of the European Heritage days and the launch of the Djo-Bourgeois collection inspired by the Maison's heritage collection, Pierre Frey invites you to discover a new virtual exhibition

Djo-Bourgeois / one name, two artists!

September 17 - December 17, 2022

 

Djo-Bourgeois ! A mythical name for fans of the modernist movement that hides in fact a couple of artists with complementary talents: Georges Bourgeois, known as Djo-Bourgeois, architect and designer known to the dazzling career, and Elise, his wife, textile designer. Like many artists of the time, they created as a duo after their marriage in 1925. The first worked on space and imagined furniture that the second dressed.

 

The rediscovery in the archives of the Maison Pierre Frey of a set of original drawings and printed fabrics from the 1920s, signed by Elise Djo-Bourgeois, now makes it possible to give color to her creations, which were previously known through a few black and white photos. In addition, this collection testifies to the quality of her work on the simultaneous contrast of colors, a field of experimentation for a whole group of artists of prodigious fame.

 


After you have entered the exhibition, click on the Options bar (top right corner) and select "Enter Fullscreen" to fully enjoy the experience or Click here