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Artist’s career since 1986

Sculptures and outdoor artworks, Tuileries Gardens

October 2006, FIAC, Tuileries Gardens, Paris, France

Peggy’s Necklace

April - May 2006, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy

Drawings

March - April 2006, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

Sculptures and outdoor artworks, Tuileries Gardens

October 2006, FIAC, Tuileries Gardens, Paris, France

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Sculptures and outdoor artworks, Tuileries Gardens

Collective Exhibition
FIAC, Tuileries Gardens, Paris, France
10/26/06 - 10/30/06

Peggy’s Necklace

April - May 2006, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy

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Peggy’s Necklace

Personal Exhibition
Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy
4/29/06 - 5/29/06

On the occasion of his exhibition at the Peggy Guggenheim Foundation from 29 April to 27 May 2006, Jean-Michel Othoniel shows 7 artworks installed on the Palace’s facade, facing the Grand Canal. In the center of the building, a giant necklace made especially for this occasion in collaboration with Murano glassblowers adorns the museum’s entrance, inviting the public to pass through. This monumental piece of 9 meters high, the Peggy's necklace, is surrounded at its base by 4 sculptures in aluminum and glass: the Candélabres and the Géométries amoureuses. Facing the windows, two Amants suspendus suspended frame the top of the collar. This exhibition is an homage to the venetian glassblowers of Murano whom Jean-Michel Othoniel collaborate for with for many years. 


Echoing the exhibition, another installation of the artist will be visible from the Grand Canal on the facade of the Palace Brandolini from April 29 to June 25. A series of Banners and Candélabres will take place at the Palace balconies as to revive the splendor of Venetian parties of the seventeenth century.

Drawings

March - April 2006, Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France

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Drawings

Personal Exhibition
Galerie Perrotin, Paris, France
3/18/06 - 4/29/06
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For the first time at the Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Jean-Michel Othoniel shows a selection of 100 watercolors, origin of his projects and an intimate view of his work around a small pavilion and 16 glass models. Presented here for the first time, these drawings and models are a window opening on the wonderful world of the artist.


To coincide with the event, Flammarion is publishing a book featuring a text by Christine Angot and 130 watercolors executed by Jean-Michel Othoniel from 1997 to 2005.

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