We landed in Paris this morning. It isn't easy flying over to Europe. The flight isn't that long and the change of time is almost as long as the flight. Everybody was totally whacked when we got here. I always book one room for the night when we are traveling just so when we check in, we can shower and nap. We all crashed and were barely coherent the rest of the day.
After a nap, we strolled down St.Honore, stopped at a cafe and each had a Coke Light. Caffeine was essential. Then we hit up Colette and walked through the Tuilleries. The left bank has slowly added more and more galleries over the last couple of years. Even in the 3rd, the Marais, there are a bunch of new galleries with young artists. It is good to see.
Josh and Emily had left Fred and me in the dust so we walked into a few galleries. Philippe Guegan that had handful of pieces by Todd & Fitch. This particular piece is what drew us in the door. It is hard to see the word dream when you are standing directly in front of the piece but I liked the concept.
The next gallery we went to was Geraldine Banier. I really loved what she had. Lots of sculpture and a few edgy artists. There was one artist in particular, Constance Chabrieres, who had created sculptures out of paper mache. The two people were interesting.
Our favorite was the one of the skateboarder. I am trying to figure out where I would put it. They also had a few gnomes giving the finger which were hilarious by Ottmar Horl. Might have to go back there and pick something up.