The Tal collection on exhibition
When a furniture editor meets a publishing house that meets a gallery, it gives an exhibition.
It all started with the initiative of Caryatide, an original publishing house since it is also a platform for reflection around architecture, art and design. Liking to make links between disciplines and wishing to make visitors discover projects in progress, the editorial staff of Caryatide decided to set up a temporary exhibition at La Galerie d'Architecture, located in the rue des Blancs-Manteaux in the Marais district of Paris, during the month of February. When you enter the exhibition space, you witness an unprecedented unveiling: the editorial team is at work and the entire editorial process is made visible by the graphic content displayed on the walls. Kann furniture integrates the process. Chairs, shelves and tables from the Tal collection designed by the young designer Léonard Kadid mark out the space. Point of detail, the shape of the backrest and the geometric lines of the Tal chair, placed in front of a wall, respond to the graphics of the pages hung. The question is asked: Which one is the artwork?