La galerie a participé au PAD Paris, pour la deuxième année consécutive.

La galerie a participé au PAD Paris, pour la deuxième année consécutive.

Le stand de la galerie n’a pas échappé à Wallpaper* magazine ni à la Gazette Drouot.

In some instances, women who have participated in the past are playing up their female artists this year, as is the case with Antonine Catzéflis. Her booth comes alive with the diverse creations of contemporary ceramicists Clémentine de Chabaneix (her innocent animal figures bear the faintest trace of her grandparents, Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne), Agathe Brahami Ferron and Elisabeth Lincot, whose 110 unique bird heads make for a lively wall installation and conversation piece. Catzéflis is also presenting a remarkable piece from Nicolas Cesbron which looks as though it materialised from a Hieronymous Bosch painting, with its many breast-shaped drawers and bowed legs, all in manipulated wood. The gallerist says she imagines it being acquired by a perfumer for storing small samples – although frankly, its novelty has far wider appeal.Amy Verner sur Wallpaper*