This summer, the Blachère Foundation explores the themes of thread, ties, weaving, and braiding, with a selection of works by 22 contemporary artists with African origins - both men and women.
Core-yarn: spun yarn including a central fibre, normally made from continuous filaments.
Each artist puts a bit of their soul into their works - weaving a bit of themselves into the finished product. The pieces presented in the exhibition are delicate and detailed - finely woven or braided, in one way or another, with each other - demonstrating how the artists aim to breathe life into their works.
From core-yarn to fairy lights, the essence lies in the DNA of Blachère Illumination. Thanks to this company, the creation of decorations knows no limits, and will even go beyond your imagination.
Woven, braided, or bonded yarns; fairy lights... Everything joins together in an allegory of relationships that unites humans - whether its thin or fragile, its nonetheless very real.