when flowers save us was born from the meeting between Muriel Fagnoni and Julia Gai, who share both the irrepressible feeling that the world needs art, and the same crazy love for flowers. The gallery thus begins in early 2019 to exhibit art on the theme of flowers, and more generally of plants. It is this concept that dictates his artistic line.
"It may be the movement of the flower that appears."
Our intention is to make palpable the multidimensionality of the work of Manon Gignoux, winner of the Prix du dessin Contemporain des Beaux-Arts de Paris 2020, but also trained at the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués Duperré, and dancer. For the artist - drawing is movement - a gesture that crosses it and extends on the paper, whether with a pencil, carbon, or with his hands on the paint. We therefore present through a rhythmic scenography, his iconic work "Body, shadows, vegetables" as well as a selection of floral drawings painted by hand and brush.