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Carte Blanche

Lancel © Aurore de la Morinerie

Carte Blanche

Series of monotypes representing Lancel’s most iconic pieces in celebration of the brand’s 140-year anniversary.

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Christophe Côme

Christophe Côme © Aurore de la Morinerie

Monotypes presented as part of Christophe Côme’s solo exhibition at the IBU Gallery in Paris in 2014 and at the Cristina Grajales Gallery in New York City in 2017.

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Palais Galliera

« La Mode Retrouvée »

Palais Galliera © Aurore de la Morinerie

« La Mode Retrouvée - Les Robes Trésors de la Comtesse Greffulhe »

Series of custom monotypes presented as part of the 2015 exhibition «La Mode retrouvée - Les Robes Trésors de la Comtesse Greffulhe» at the Palais Galliera in Paris and featured in the exhibition catalogue.
Art direction: Olivier Saillard

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Rick Owens

PARISLA

Rick Owens © Aurore de la Morinerie

PARISLA

Monotypes for the article « Rick Owens, Los Angeles-to-Paris transplant, in conversation with Dorothée Perret » published in the annual issue of PARISLA.

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DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

"Drawing Fashion"

DESIGN MUSEUM LONDON

“Drawing Fashion”

Nov. 3, 2010 - March 6, 2011

In 2011, Joelle Chariau (Galerie Bartch & Chariau) presented one of the most exceptional collections of fashion illustration in the world. This exhibition celebrated key artists at the height of their careers: Lepape at the beginning of the century, Gruau the 40s and 50s, Antonio throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s, to current artists Aurore de La Morinerie, Mats Gustafson and Francois Berthoud.



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MUSEUM FÜR KUNST UND GEWERBE, HAMBURG

“Bilder der Mode”

MUSEUM FÜR KUNST UND GEWERBE, HAMBURG

“Bilder der Mode”

Dec. 19, 2014 – May 3, 2015

Joelle Chariau’s collection (Galerie Bartch & Chariau) shows the development of style through the different periods starting at the beginning of the 20th century with works by the most celebrated artists of their time: Erté and Lepape for Poiret, then Grau’s work for Dior, Antonio’s drawings for The New York Times Magazine, Vogue and  Vanity up to the contemporary artists who collaborated closely to forming their own collection, Mats Gustafson, Francois Berthoud and Aurore de la Morinerie.






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