Presenting well-known artists who create unique furnitures and objects of art, the Scène Ouverte Gallery is reuniting two rare creators — painter Olivier Masmonteil and interior architect and designer Nicolas Aubagnac.

The exhibition entitled “de la ligne à l’horizon” showcases canvases, lamps and exceptional furniture, creating a new dialogue around the concept of memory, whether historical or aesthetic.

The Scène Ouverte Gallery, founded by Laurence Bonnel, is located on the first floor of the Allénothèque — the restaurant of Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno situated in 53-57 Rue de Grenelle in Paris.

Arranged as a New York loft, the Scène Ouverte Gallery offers a fluid circulation between the art and the public.

Full of elegance and sobriety, Bonnel is passionate about transmitting her desires and provoking astonishing encounters and artistic discoveries. Faithful to her open-minded spirit and insatiable curiosity, Bonnel is bringing together these two rare creators from January 16 to February 23.

Arranged as a New York loft, the Scène Ouverte Gallery offers a fluid circulation between the art and the public.

Full of elegance and sobriety, Bonnel is passionate about transmitting her desires and provoking astonishing encounters and artistic discoveries. Faithful to her open-minded spirit and insatiable curiosity, Bonnel is bringing together these two rare creators from January 16 to February 23.

Nicolas Aubagnac, a renowned presence in the decorative arts, is an interior designer who creates contemporary furniture and lighting with only the most noble of materials. Using geometric shapes and embracing clean lines, Aubagnac designs fashionable pieces that can be easily mixed with antiques or modern art.

Since studying at the École des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux, Olivier Masmonteil has dedicated his work exclusively to landscapes. Although he uses a variety of treatments, each piece of work by the french artist follows a similar theme.