ME, MYSELF AND I: Japanese designer Kenzo Takada is more known for his flower prints than his paintings. But that won’t last for long. For the first time in Paris, Takada will exhibit eight new works, all self-portraits. The paintings will be part of an exhibit titled “Un certain style de vie,” or “A Way of Life,” which will take place at Paris Urban Arts Gallery, Studio 55. The setting will be like in a private apartment where Pierre Cardin’s original furniture will mix with Salvador Dalí’s silverware or Joy de Rohan Chabot’s golden bronze seat and other paintings from Jean Faucheur and C215. The exhibit, which opens today, will run until July 10.
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