October 19, 2016 | Coshamie
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Philippe Starck x Maison Louis Roederer

A NEW COLLABORATION FOR BRUT NATURE 2009 Philippe Starck x Maison Louis Roederer launch new champagne & design: After the roaring success of Brut Nature 2006, Louis Roederer vineyards collaborate a new vintage – Champagne Brut Nature 2009. The champagne has no sugar dosage and it came to life through the abstract conversations between Frédéric Rouzaud, CEO, Jean-Baptiste Lecaillon, wine cellar master, and eminent designer Philippe Starck. [caption id="attachment_3214" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Image Courtesy of Philippe Starck & Louis Roederer[/caption] Words have matured through this unique process of creation, to the point where they were masterfully distilled into an honest and modern vintage, with steel and gold colours intertwined, and a saline freshness. [caption id="attachment_3215" align="aligncenter" width="500"] Philippe Starck and Frédéric Rouzaud, CEO of Louis...

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A Re-START of Contemporary Art

EDITORIAL: HOW START FAIR’S EMERGING ARTISTS MIGHT HELP CHANGE THE CONTEMPORARY ART MARKET Six years ago, on 1st July 2010, Charles Saatchi announced his intention to gift over 200 works of art and the Saatchi Gallery to the nation, upon his retirement. The gallery would be renamed MOCA London, which stands for Museum of Contemporary Art, London, a polite nod to MOCA LA – the Californian precursor of contemporary art museums, which had been granted a $30M infusion from its founding chairman, Eli Broad. Mr Saatchi’s decision came on the heels of refusal from Tate Modern’s Sir Nicholas Serota, who had rejected Saatchi’s entire collection donation offer back in 2005. Thus, in the summer of 2010, Tate Modern found itself not only...

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