The Héritages exhibition is a design event that recently opened up at the Kolektiv Cité Radieuse, Unité d’Habitation Le Corbusier, Marseille, France. Organized by Galerie Philia, the exhibit spotlights the work of eight international designers and seven visual artists. The purpose was to celebrate the life and work of Le Corbusier—the Swiss-French architect, desire, painter, and pioneer of what is now regarded as the modern architecture movement.
The Héritages exhibition is curated by Galerie Philia, in collaboration with the Parisian art magazine Eclipse. The works of the participating artists and designers are spread across two rooms in an iconic apartment. The theme for the Héritages exhibition is ‘resonances,’ alongside the mandatory influence of Le Corbusier’s theories.
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Galerie Philia Launched the Héritages Exhibition Until July 2nd
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