Design & Fashion
Très’Ors is an exhibition especially tailored for Le French May by French curator Anne Camilli founder of Le Musée à la Carte®, and co-organized with its exclusive sponsor, MGM, to help the public in Hong Kong and Macau discover how the perfection and richness of Gold has inspired and fascinated French artists and craftsmen through time. The exhibition will present a unique selection of creations and artefacts, with over 150 works brought together for the first time ever.
The audience will admire major gold pieces and work from French museums and private collections. Among them are remarkable religious pieces from the Musée Notre-Dame de Fourvière in Lyon, exceptional 18th and 19th century clocks and watches from the Musée de l’Horlogerie de Morteau, a unique 1930s sculpture – La Jeune Fille à la Colombe – by Zadkine, jewels from the Boucheron collection and by French 20th century artists, a gold embroidered clutch by Van Cleef and Arpels and an evening bag adorned with gilded bronze by French sculptor Claude Lalanne, gilded perfume bottles from the 19th and 20th century as well as gold beauty accessories.
Biography of the curator – Anne Camilli
Anne Camilli founded the agency, Anne Camilli & Cie in 2006. A highly successful talent scout with a 360-degree approach, she has built up a creative team of artists, designers, architects, photographers, illustrators, graphic designers, perfumers, writers and researchers to create and develop discerning and inventive projects “à la carte” for different brands and businesses. 2014 saw the beginning of “le Musée à la Carte ®”, an original concept of cultural development and bespoke exhibitions for luxury brands, industrials, federations, professional shows or cultural institutions to showcase their history and heritage and promote their innovations. She takes in hand from start to finish, the conception, the artistic direction, the art and techniques of exhibition and the stage design. Intuitive, a woman of letters, passionate about craftsmanship and artistic technique, Anne Camilli’s action largely contributes the promotion of the international prestige and impact of famous houses and of French savoir faire.