To mark the exhibition, the Museo Frida Kahlo and the Palais Galliera have invited the visual artist Katerina Jebb to capture the world of the Mexican artist in the legendary Casa Azul. In this album, the photographer's scans dialogue with the Mexican artist's writings. This book is the trace of a meeting, beyond time, between two artists, both in search of a narrative beyond appearances.
Born in England, Katerina Jebb lives and works in Paris. Self-taught, she began by focusing on photography, and then developed a body of work based on photomontage. She asserts the singularity of her vision and her aesthetic research through the exclusive use of a scanner. By allowing this tool to transcend the subject, she creates an inventory, a digital series through the exposure of everyday objects to cold light. Her work has been presented in numerous exhibitions and galleries in France and abroad. She has also collaborated on numerous publications.
►Price: €18.5 - ISBN: 978-2-7596-0533-0
►Available in the bookshop from 15 September 2022.
The Palais Galliera invites Mañana Maison d'édition to present an exclusive selection of "coup de coeur" objects inspired by the personal world of Frida Kahlo.
This exceptional collaboration offers a series of pieces representative of Mexican arts and crafts that combine traditional know-how, age-old techniques and contemporary aesthetics. Among the objects to be discovered in the shop: embroidered cushions, hand-woven shawls, everyday items made of black clay, small lucky hearts made of blown glass...
►Available in the bookshop-boutique from 15 September 2022 and in the Pop-up Store in the Galerie Ouest (in the extension of the bookshop) until 31 December 2022.
The Palais Galliera renews its collaboration with Macon & Lesquoy. Founded in 2009 by Marie Macon and Anne-Laure Lesquoy, the eponymous French brand of embroidered accessories designed five unique pieces inspired by the museum's treasures and sold alongside our first tour of the collections.
For our Frida Kahlo exhibition, Macon & Lesquoy designed three new one-off pieces in the image of the Mexican artist.
►Available in the bookshop from 15 September 2022 and also on the Macon & Lesquoy website: www.maconetlesquoy.com