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Beirut-born and based Karen Chekerdjian is showing her work in an experimental carte blanche exhibition at the Institute du Monde Arabe Museum within the framework of D.Days in Paris.It kicked off on May 31 and runs until Aug. 27 .Hinting at an introspective journey – in which she likens designing to breathing – the exhibition required Chekerdjian, much like her work does too, to take a deep breath and adopt a perspective that would establish an engaging dialogue between her creations and the scenography. Chekerdjian invites spectators to sit on stools she has designed (Elephant, Papillion, Grande Vague and Pouf) to explore the links between the city and her work.While the narrative is deeply intuitive, Chekerdjian relies on collaboration with anthropologists to cement her ideas.In parallel to the exhibition in the Institutedu Monde Arabe in Paris, France, from May 31 to Aug. 27, Chekerdjian will exhibit her works for sale at the Dutko Gallery from May 11 until June 11, 2016 .
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