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ERIC SCHMITT. INK SERIES. FROM JUNE 6TH TO JULY 2014


"Ink Series." is the second collection Eric Schmitt designed for Cat-Berro . Red, blue, black inks staining and soaking through turned linden and oakwood, underlining pure forms and primary colors similar to those of the toys of our childhood.
Here are table lamps, like rocks emerging from the moss in the Fontainebleau forest ; a standard lamp like an elegant and slender fungus; the flattened cones “Polypores” in solid natural walnut or stained linden, with their bronze growths.
Nature is invited in this collection which epitomizes Eric Schmitt’s know how together with his favorite materials: wood, bronze and blown glass.
The quintessence of his talent , in my opinion, rests on that console "Arçon", a half zoomorphic and half anthropomorphic creature.


ART PARIS ART FAIR 2014


Cat-Berro Gallery will be glad to welcome you to the next ArtParis Art Fair. Grand Palais.
27 to 30th March.
Booth F4.


Next Mattia BONETTI’s exhibition. Terre et Palissade.

From November 22nd 2013 to January18th 2014


For his fourth exhibition in GALLERY CAT-BERRO, entitled " Earth and Fence ", Mattia Bonetti camps over his fundamental.
Materials first of all: terra-cotta, bronze and scarified wood which had made the success of the collection " Pierres sèches ";
Then, this clean, rigorous line in the service of the shape allowing its creations to stand out beyond fashion.
Finally, an availability and a loyalty in its gallery and in its craftsmen which, over time, allows continuity and generous complicity.


Actualitée ART PARIS ART FAIR

DU 28 MARS AU 1ER AVRIL 2013


La galerie cat-berro sera heureuse de vous accueillir pour la premiere fois au salon art paris au grand palais du 28 mars au 1er avril 2013.stand h2.



From private projects for Garouste and Bonetti in Hong Kong, to the Pompidou Hospital chapel with Olivier Gagnère and a hotel in the Lubéron with Pucci de Rossi, Cat-Berro has been working for nearly 20 years with some of the most famous designers.
Today, Cat-Berro produces designers’ works exhibited exclusively in Véronique Sainten ’s and Francis Cat-Berro’s gallery, 25 rue Guénégaud, in the heart of St Germain, in Paris.
Unique pieces or in limited numbered series, they are in line with the great tradition of French Decorative Arts, together with signs of modernity.

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