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House in Provence

May 5 – June 16, 2021

Close up installation image from the exhibition. Pieces from the left from right are Maison Regain's pair of armchairs, Guillerme et Chambron's sideboard, Pierre Chapo's "T18" coffee table, Suzanne Ramie's ceramic vases, and Pol Chambost's ceramic pitcher
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are Paul de Ghellinck's large sculpture, René Buthaud's ceramic mask, Maison Regain's pair of armchairs, Guillerme et Chamrbon's sideboard with R. Vigeant's ceramic lamp, Alain Girel's ceramic vase, French 1960/70s table lamp, Algae Liberaki's "Trilogy" sculpture, Les 2 Potiers large bowl, Pierre Chapo's "T18" coffee table, Robert Picault ceramic pitcher, Suzanne Ramie's vase, Pol Chambost's pitcher, Robert Mathieu's floor lamp, André Bizette's wall sculpture, and Audoux-Minet's vase on top of Charlotte Perriand's side table
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right Maison Regain's sideboard, Georges Jouve's large vase, Jaques Sagan's ceramic mask, Jacques Blin's ceramic table lamp, an unattributed lounge chair, Marolles' bench and dining table, Henry Jacques Le Même set of 4 dining chairs, Georges Jouve's red bowl, Vallauris' tea set, Claude & Jean Bersoux's table lamp, and Hervé Baley's coat rack
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are Marolles' dining table, Henry Jacques Le Même set of 4 dining chairs, Vallauris' tea set, and Claude & Jean Bersoux's table lamp
Installation view of exhibition. Piece from left to right are Georges Jouve's ceramic vase, Les Argonautes ceramic mirror, Jaques Sagan ceramic masks and R. Weil's ceramic masks, Jacques Blin's ceramic table lamp on Maison Regain's sideboard
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right Ilina Horning's tapestry, Henry Jacques Le Même's side table, Yves Mohy's ceramic vase, Marius Bessone's ceramic bowl, and La Borne's ceramic table lamp
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right Guillerme et Chamrbon's pair of "Tapisserie" armchairs, Pierre Chapo's "S31A" stool, Ilina Horning's wool tapestry, Henry Jacques Le Même's side table, Louis Sognot's foot rest/stool, Yves Mohy's ceramic vase, Marius Bessone's bowl, La Borne's table lamp, Pierre Chapo's "L06A" daybed, Paul Becker's coffee table, Marcel Ducos' ceramic panel, French 1970s sculptural tidy, René Gabriel side table, La Borne ceramic pitcher, Yves Mohy's ceramic vase, Pierre Blanc's floor lamp, Annie Fourmanoir's stool, and Aline Gagnaire painting
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are La Borne's ceramic pitcher, Yves Mohy's ceramic vase, Alexander Noll's cigarette box, René Gabriel's pedestal table, and Pierre Blanc's floor lamp
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are René Gabriel side table, La Borne ceramic pitcher, Yves Mohy's ceramic vase, Pierre Blanc's floor lamp, Guillerme et Chamrbon's pair of "Tapisserie" armchairs, Annie Fourmanoir's stool, and Aline Gagnaire painting
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right Ilina Horning's tapestry, Henry Jacques Le Même's side table, Yves Mohy's ceramic vase, Marius Bessone's ceramic bowl, La Borne's ceramic table lamp, and Louis Sognot's footrest/stool
Installation view of exhibition. Piece from left to right are Jean Prouvé's daybed and door panel, Charlotte Perriand's single armchair and coatrack, and Georges Candilis' bench
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are Jean Prouvé's daybed and door panel
Installation view of exhibition. Piece from left to right are Jean Prouvé's daybed and door panel, Charlotte Perriand's coatrack, and Georges Candilis' bench
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are Ilina Horning's tapestry, Mado Jolain's ceramic coffee table, Francois Stahly's sculpture, Robert & Jean Cloutier's table lamp, Gustave Tiffoche's ceramic vase, Alice Colonieu's sconce, René Gabriels pair of armchairs and side table, Vallauris's table lamp, Jeanine Malarmey's ceramic bowl
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are Ilina Horning's tapestry, Mado Jolain's ceramic coffee table, Francois Stahly's sculpture, Robert & Jean Cloutier's table lamp, Gustave Tiffoche's ceramic vase, and Alice Colonieu's sconce
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are Paul de Ghellinck's large sculpture, René Buthaud's ceramic mask, Les Archanges ceramic and glass side table, Maison Regain's armchair, R. Vigeant's large lamp, Alain Girel's ceramic vase, French 1960/70s table lamp
Installation view of exhibition. Pieces from left to right are Marolles' set of stools, Roger Capron's ceiling lamp, and Georges Pelletier table lamp
Installation view of the store front of the exhibition. Piece from left to right are Guillerme et Chambron's wall sconce and armchair
Henry Jacques Le Même
Henry Jacques Le Même
Table, circa 1950 SOLD
Marolles
Marolles
Dining table, circa 1950
Paul Becker
Paul Becker
Coffee table, circa 1970
Baty
Baty
Ceramic coffee table, circa 1960
Mado Jolain
Mado Jolain
Coffee table, circa 1950
Jo Amado
Jo Amado
Ceramic coffee table, circa 1950
René Gabriel
René Gabriel
Pedestal table (Edition Lieuvin), circa 1950
Henry Jacques Le Même
Henry Jacques Le Même
Table, circa 1950
Les Archanges
Les Archanges
Side table, circa 1950
Guillerme & Chambron
Guillerme & Chambron
Pair of armchairs, c. 1950
Guillerme et Chambron
Guillerme et Chambron
Pair of " Tapissier" armchairs, circa 1950
Maison Regain
Maison Regain
Pair of armchairs, circa 1980
Attributed to Francis Jourdain
Attributed to Francis Jourdain
Pair of chairs, circa 1950
Charlotte Perriand
Charlotte Perriand
Armchair, circa 1950
Annie Fourmanoir
Annie Fourmanoir
Ceramic stool, circa 2006
Marolles
Marolles
Set of 4 stools, circa 1950
Henry Jacques Le Même
Henry Jacques Le Même
Set of 4 chairs, circa 1950
George Candilis
George Candilis
Bench, circa 1960
Robert & Roger Thibier
Robert & Roger Thibier
Sofa, circa 1980
Pierre Chapo
Pierre Chapo
"L06A" daybed, circa 1960
Pierre Blanc
Pierre Blanc
Floor lamp, circa 1940
Les 2 Potiers
Les 2 Potiers
Vase, 1960
La Borne
La Borne
Ceramic pitcher, circa 1960
Yves Mohy
Yves Mohy
Large vase, circa 1960
Yves Mohy
Yves Mohy
Ceramic pitcher, circa 1960
Marius Bessone
Marius Bessone
Bowl, circa 1960
Georges Jouve
Georges Jouve
Bowl, circa 1955
Georges Jouve
Georges Jouve
Vase, circa 1950
Suzanne Ramie (Madoura)
Suzanne Ramie (Madoura)
Ceramic vase, circa 1960
Suzanne Ramie (Madoura)
Suzanne Ramie (Madoura)
Vase, circa 1960
Mado Jolain
Mado Jolain
Pitcher, circa 1950
Juliette Derel
Juliette Derel
Large ceramic vase, circa 2005
Charlotte Perriand
Charlotte Perriand
Coatrack, 1967
Les Argonautes
Les Argonautes
Mirror, circa 1950
Vallauris
Vallauris
Tea set, circa 1960
Bruno
Bruno
Ceramic table lamp, 1956
Marius Bessone
Marius Bessone
Table lamp, circa 1960
Gilbert Valentin/Les Archanges
Gilbert Valentin/Les Archanges
Table lamp, 1960
Roger Capron
Roger Capron
Ceramic and rattan ceiling lamp, circa 1960
Marcel Ducos
Marcel Ducos
Ceramic panel, circa 1970
Alexandre Noll
Alexandre Noll
Cigarette box, 1950
Ilina Horning
Ilina Horning
Tapestry, circa 1970
Ilina Horning
Ilina Horning
"Narrabri" tapestry, circa 1970
Paul de Ghellinck
Paul de Ghellinck
Sculpture, 1976
Guillerme & Chambron
Guillerme & Chambron
Sideboard, circa 1950
Maison Regain
Maison Regain
Sideboard, circa 1960

Press Release

House in Provence
May 5th - June 16th, 2021

Magen H Gallery is pleased to present House in Provence, an exhibition put together as an homage to the traditional home in Provence as depicted in Cezanne’s eponymous painting. 

House in Provence invites you to an imaginary journey to the South of France, to the very limewashed house pictured in Cezanne’s painting standing at the foot of the Mont Sainte Victoire. Aiming to depict the interiors of this quintessential Provencal home and lifestyle, the exhibition allows the viewer to navigate through the space with its warm toned woods, light upholsteries and colorful ceramics, while being surrounded by the singing cicadas, the smell of fresh lavender, and looking out at the picturesque scenery through the illustrated arched windows.

Known for its vineyards, lavender fields, beautiful coastlands, and old villages perched on mountainous terrain, Provence is a place for relaxing, enjoying the culture, and taking in the warm Mediterranean weather. As summer nears, this exhibition provides a means of escape away from our current routine to a southern French home.  

The exhibition opens on Wednesday, May 5th with and will remain on view until June 16th.

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