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Guerlain Releases Matisse Perfume Bottle

Do you have 17,000 euros to spare? If so, Guerlain has released a limited edition bottle created in collaboration with Maison Matisse, a design house founded in 2019 by Henri Matisse’s heirs to produce objects inspired by the French painter’s art.  According to the Artnet Magazine, the bottle is inspired by La Musique, a work painted by the artist in 1939. It fuses the colors of the painting and the iconic shape of the Bee Bottle to celebrate its 170th anniversary. Painted by hand, it’s a stunning object, but clearly aimed at collectors. 

For me personally, the most compelling bottle collaboration from Guerlain remains their work with Arita Lab in Japan. Adorned with traditional Aritayaki motifs, it’s a beautiful pairing of Japanese craftsmanship and Guerlain’s style.

Via Artnet

Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs

“What I want is an art of balance, of purity, an art that won’t disturb or trouble people. I want anyone tired, worn down, driven to the limits of endurance, to find calm and repose in my painting,” said French painter Henri Matisse: (quoted in Matisse the Master by Hilary Spurling). From 17 April to 7 September 2014, Tate Modern will host an exhibit called Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs. It’s devoted to the artist’s work with paper.

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In his late sixties, Matisse began experimenting with painted paper, and by creating bold patterns and shapes, he turned cut outs into an art form. The pieces are fragile, and the exhibit is a rare chance to see these works. After London, the exhibit will travel to New York where the Museum of Modern Art will feature the collection.
Tate Modern: Exhibition
17 April – 7 September 2014

Adult £18.00 (without donation £16.30)
Concession £16.00 (without donation £14.50)

For more information, please visit Tate Modern’s website.

Henri Matisse. The Sheaf 1953.Collection University of California, Los Angeles. Hammer Museum

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