For Haviland, Ariele raises the colours

Ariele Rozowy in Le Figaro Magazine

Words by Laurence Haloche — February, 22, 2019


 

Her stunning collection of porcelain with prestigious French Porcelain manufacturer Haviland, Limoges since 1862

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When Centre Georges Pompidou celebrates Victor VASARELY with a unique retrospective entitled ‘Sharing forms’ is inviting us to discover the work of the artist Ariele Rozowy made for Maison Haviland. Graphic purity, circular forms, geometrical abstractions, games of perspectives, vivid colours….This young women inspired by Optic Art & Kinetic Art transfer her work on Porcelain from French Manufacturer. Her new released collection ‘Perception’ includes dessert plates, dinner plate, small mug and cups. ‘The idea is to democratise my art through tableware then to everyday life was just so obvious for me.’
The Hungarian master (V. VASARELY) had himself in his time designed logo, transferred his motives from famous paintings onto bags, scarves, watches.. and tableware.