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Salon Vivre Côté Sud 2014: fabrics in the spotlight

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Day of laundry, by Fabienne Spahn

Fabienne Spahn

To illustrate the 2014 theme of the Vivre Côté Sud exhibition, "Toiles & Voiles", the stagings honor the fabric in all its forms. To discover from June 6 to 9, 2014, at Jourdan Park in Aix-en-Provence.

Tents publishers, scenography, unusual textile objects, or labyrinth of curtains, this year at the Salon Vivre Côté Sud, the stagings perfectly illustrate the "Canvas & Sails"

Publisher tents

For this special edition "Canvas and veils", fabric editors take possession of special tents: they have carte blanche to offer us a world of their own, made of fabrics and textile accessories.
We will find among these publishers
- Bisson Bruneel & Dedar
- Caravan
- Etamine by Stéphane Poux
- No-Mad by Valérie Barkowski

Draft tent editor, by Dedar & Bisson Bruneel

Dedar & Bisson Bruneel

No-Mad, by Valérie Barkowski

No-Mad

A "laundry day" by Fabienne Spahn

On the basin, an imagined and idealized laundry seems straight out of a novel Pagnol. Wooden boards, fabrics that dry in the wind, piles of clothes, brushes of all kinds, soaps and basins, recreate the atmosphere of these moments of yesteryear. On a long thread twelve meters long which crosses the basin, dry linen, stretched by large wooden clothespins. Along the water, colorful plastic basins float gently, filled with foutas, pillowcases and towels carelessly folded under the sun.

Day of laundry, by Fabienne Spahn

Fabienne Spahn

The kakemonos of Paul Coupille

At the top of the steps of the Cascade, there are sails of a new day that dance in the wind: the 7 kakemonos 5 meters high, painted in large black strokes by the artist installed in the Luberon, Paul Coupille.

The kakemonos, by Paul Coupille

Paul Coupille

The textile labyrinth of Thomas Gentilini

In search of the breadcrumb trail ... Come and lose yourself in this luminous labyrinth imagined and created by Thomas Gentilini, dare to meander through these driftwood structures, intertwined with veils and fabrics, and try to discover the mysteries hidden behind these games transparency.

The textile labyrinth, by Thomas Gentilini

Thomas Gentilini

Salon Vivre Côté Sud, from June 6 to 9, 2014, at the Jourdan Park in Aix-en-Provence.
Price: 9 € / Reduced price: 6 €
Opening hours: 10h - 20h, night on Friday until 23h.

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