Kering presents an open-air exhibition to discover this weekend in Paris

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Kering presents an open-air exhibition to discover this weekend in Paris




Dry Paris


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Dry Paris


From October 15 to 22, the headquarters of Dry exceptionally opens its doors to the public for an arty stroll through its gardens. Spectacular and open to all, the exhibition offers us a fine sample of the incredible collection of Paul haim.

Paul Haim’s Garden

This weekend, our curiosity is wandering around the Left Bank. Head to the group headquarters Dry, housed in the former Laennec Hospital located a few steps from Cheap, which offers us a bowl of contemporary art for an inspired walk in its gardens.



"Mosaic" by Zao You Ki and Dominique Hideux, in the courtyard of the chapel of the former Laennec hospital "Mosaic" by Zao You Ki and Dominique Hideux, in the courtyard of the chapel of the former Laennec Eric Sander hospital


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“Mosaic” by Zao You Ki and Dominique Hideux, in the courtyard of the chapel of the former Laennec hospital “Mosaic” by Zao You Ki and Dominique Hideux, in the courtyard of the chapel of the former Laennec Eric Sander hospital


Conductor of this open-air exhibition, Paul haim, gallery owner and keen art dealer, who offers a series of monumental sculptures from his private capital collection. Scattered here and there in the gardens, the main courtyard and in the heart of the Chapel, the exhibition shows 40 contemporary works signed by the greatest artists of the 20th century, from Bourdelle at Calder Passing by I look, Rodin and Niki de Saint-Phalle.



only in the foreground: "Cororeol" by Antoine Poncet and "The woman and the fountain bird" by Niki de Saint Phalle in the chapel garden. Only in the foreground: "Cororeol" by Antoine Poncet and "The woman and the fountain bird" by Niki de Saint Phalle in the chapel garden. Eric Sander


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only in the foreground: “Cororéol” by Antoine Poncet and “La femme et L’oiseau fontaine” by Niki de Saint Phalle in the garden of the chapel. Only in the foreground: “Cororéol” by Antoine Poncet and “La femme et L’oiseau fontaine” by Niki de Saint Phalle in the garden of the chapel. Eric Sander


A walk that gives pride of place to the spectacular to be granted this weekend before the sale auction scheduled at Christie’s October 22.



In the foreground, from left to right: “Rain Dance” by Anthony Caro and “Le Repos” by Agustín Cárdenas In the background, against the chapel: “Women with a parrot” by Fernand Léger Eric Sander


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In the foreground, from left to right: “Rain Dance” by Anthony Caro and “Le Repos” by Agustín Cárdenas In the background, against the chapel: “Women with a parrot” by Fernand Léger Eric Sander

Le Jardin de Paul Haim, from October 15 to 22, 2020, Kering Headquarters, 40 rue de Sèvres 75006 Paris, reservation required on the site patrivia.net/visit/jardin-de-paul-haim

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