Artworks in our home

Some of the pieces that live with us ;-)

Photograph and collage by Vincent Michea purchased from Gallery Cecile Fakhoury at 1:54 art fair in New York a few years ago. It was love at first sight. The use of Bouillon Cube wrapping paper was a touch I loved, which to me was a direct evocation of Sénégal, and Western Africa in general, where it is commonly used in cooking and where I have lots of fond memories. I always loved collages. This piece is the first @ant1man and I purchased together.
Stuyvesant Heights
Paintings by Elsa-Louise Manceaux which we received as wedding gifts. 💗🧡💛💜💚
Detail from an artwork by Alice Quaresma which we acquired thanks to my (and your) favorite curator/adviser Marie Salomé Peyronnel. ❤️💙❤️
Rio de Janeiro
I love Snoopy, and now so does my 2,5 year old son. This is a print by André which @marc and @mariesalome gifted our son Paul for his first birthday. It’s hanging in his room and I can’t help but having an heartwarming feeling when I see my favorite Beagle hugging Mr. A the same way that our son loves to hug his friends. This is what I call an inspired gift.
Detail from a tapestry by Désiré Moheb Zandi which I purchased yet again through my/your favorite curator and adviser Marie Salome Peyronnel. Called Horizons, I see a Mediterranean landscape which makes me feel closer from home when “New York City winters are bleeding me”! 😉 (any Simon and Garfunkel fan out here?!)
Details of a stunning lithograph by Prune Nourry, who I find to be one of the most inspiring artists of our generation.
A drawing by Paul... 🥰😆