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    7 pinhole movies realized for the exhibition
    The Ca' Pesaro museum
    Venezia - Sept 2016 / Jan 2017
    Curator Jean-Louis Froment


    MORE INFORMATION : http://culture.chanel.com/fr/le-musee-ca-pesaro


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  • CULTURE CHANEL - SEOUL - New pinhole movies

    Click on the image to discover in preview the new exhibition "CULTURE CHANEL" in Seoul,

    and see 10 new pinhole movies that I made for this new journey around places of Gabrielle Chanel ...

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    Presentation of the exhibition by Jean-Louis Froment, curator.

    "Culture CHANEL tends to reveal to the public the foundations of the brand through the unique life of Gabrielle Chanel, emphasizing her links with the artists she supported and that nurtured her creativity."
    Jean-Louis Froment

    The Sense of Places, an exhibition

    As inspirational subjects that go beyond mere geographical locations, Gabrielle Chanel’s places especially marvel for some intangible radiance, which for an instant unravels the way they are perceived in reality, and makes them uncannily hers.
    Still today, these same sensations enliven the creations of the House of CHANEL.

    Often linked to romantic liaisons, the places visited within the latest CULTURE CHANEL exhibition in Seoul, draft out a “Map of Tendre”, a promenade through this great couturière’s secret twists and turns, to settle momentarily in yet another place enamoured of modernity: the Dongdaemun Design Plaza with its architecture designed by Zaha Hadid.

    Saumur, Brive, Aubazine, Moulins, Royallieu, Paris, Deauville, Venice, Biarritz, Roquebrune, Eaton Hall, Hollywood and New York are figments of which she retained just the outlines, her unique experience of each would then be transposed into her work.

    However, there is one special place, one where a life draws to a close, and one which embraces all the others: Gabrielle Chanel’s apartment at 31 rue Cambon, Paris.
    Here unfolds the setting for her innermost intrigues.
    Here the spirit of places is embodied.

    This apartment is a storybook account of her friendships and her loves, broken up and then reconstructed in the same octagonal mirrors - a memento of the impression the church tower at the abbey in Aubazine left - that reflect all the great moments in her life.

    It is the place that expresses the intuitive science of Gabrielle Chanel’s poetic, imaginary world.

    Chinese ballades in the Coromandel screens, old Venetian gold on the walls, Korean glazed stoneware, animals escaped from the forest of Compiègne encounter sacred deer from Japanese temples, the bust of a canon and a virgin from Bourgogne make eyes at Egyptian death masks, bestiaries from the four continents where the lion is king, and then the ears of wheat; so many intimate connections from within her diffracted memory, so many fragments from her continually re-invented biographical journey.

    Then, there is that permanent place of thought, a place of endless resonances that unite the great couturière and the books found in her library, and it is needless to say how much the thrum of her reading whispers to her the invisible life of things.
    From these she would form her own perspectives.

    It is here at 31 rue Cambon that she secretly held communion with the ghostly messages from these clandestine occupants she shared her life with, and where she travelled through the architecture of cities she had never visited or where she dreamt of the landscapes depicted in the books of her library.

    It is here, on the other side of a mirror, in a secret place of private fascination that all journeys and all the moments spent, imaginary or real, end up and mingle.
    Gabrielle Chanel would know how to intercept these; to unravel and give them a form which would become the spirit of CHANEL reactivated each day under the living light of contemporary creation.


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  • CULTURE CHANEL - GUANGZHOU - 21 films sténopé 35mm.


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    To see the movies click on the link below / pour voir les films cliquer sur le lien ci-dessous

    CULTURE CHANEL - GUANGZHOU - January 16 to March 3 - 2013

    from JEROME SCHLOMOFF on Vimeo.

    CHANEL Ordering for the realization of pinhole 21 films illustrating the five themes of the exhibition:


    Curator : Jean-Louis Froment

    Directed by: Jérôme Schlomoff

    Production : Arter / Aia Renaud Sabari & films de l'impatience
    Assistant director Philippe Lambert
    Laboratory Jean-Luc Piété - Paris
    Telecine Studio l'Equipe - Bruxelles

    Collection CHANEL, Paris 2012

    © Schlomoff - amsterdam 2012

    MORE INFO Jérôme Schlomoff  http://vimeo.com/user2897665
    MORE INFO about CULTURE CHANEL  http://culture.chanel.com/fr/exhibition.php

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  • IDFA 2011 Amsterdam - "CHANEL Aubazine-Paris"

    International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam 16 - 27 November 2011

    - Screening - Paradocs Selection* -

    "CHANEL Aubazine - Paris"

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    Location & date

    BRAKKE GROND / Expozaal = Tue 22 November -  22:00

    TUSCHINSKI #2 = Sun 27 November - 14:15

    More info



    * Paradocs is a program in which the ‘periphery’ of the documentary genre takes center stage. It showcases what is going on beyond the frame of traditional documentary filmmaking, on the borders between film and art, truth and fiction and narrative and design.

    Paradocs Selection 2011



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  • CHANEL - Nouvel album photo -

    Dans la rubrique "Albums Photos" vous pouvez découvrir les photographies réalisées pour les 2 expositions CHANEL.

    English text at bottom of page

    CHANEL "l'art comme univers" au Musée Pouchkine à Moscou 2007

    commissaire d'exposition Jean-Louis Froment

    Pour cette exposition, les photographies ont été prises dans l'appartement de Mademoiselle Chanel à Paris pour illustrer, dans le livre, les 7 thèmes de l'exposition :

    Noirs - Venise - Sable - Rouge - Le Tweed - Les Tweeds - Bijoux de Diamants

    Ici, pour le thème : "Sable", la robe en jersey de Suzy Parker (1958) sur la chaise de travail de Mademoiselle Chanel, dans son appartement.


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    CHANEL "Culture Chanel" au Musée d'Art Moderne à Shanghai 2011

    commissaire d'exposition Jean-Louis Froment 

    Pour cette dernière exposition, les photographies de l'album sont des diptyques d'images extraites des 10 films sténopés, tournés à Aubazine & dans l'appartement de Mademoiselle Chanel à Paris.

    Ces films courts illustrent les 5 thèmes de l'exposition :

    Origine - Abstraction - Invisible - Imaginaire - Liberté

    Les diptyques sont publiés dans le livre de l'exposition.


    Extrait - film sténopé 35mm - Thème Origine

    Dans ce film, on voit les chaises de l'église d'Aubazine balayées par le passage de la lumière au travers d'un vitrail, en relation avec la chaise de travail de Melle Chanel, sur laquelle se projette l'ombre, en forme de double "C", du balcon de l'appartement, 31 rue Cambon. Les 2 scènes sont reliées par une partie de la balade le long du Canal des Moines qui conduit l'eau à l'abbaye d'Aubazine, tel un fil conducteur entre Aubazine & Paris...


    CHANEL "L'art comme univers  " at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow 2007


    Jean-Louis Froment


    CHANEL "Culture Chanel "at the Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai 2011





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    Under the heading "Albums Photos" of this blog, you can discover the photographs taken for the 2 exhibitions CHANEL.

    CHANEL "L'art comme univers  " at the Pushkin Museum in Moscow 2007
    Curator Jean-Louis Froment.

    For this exhibition, the photographs were taken in the apartment of Mademoiselle Chanel in Paris to illustrate, in the book, the 7 themes of the exhibition:  

    Blacks - Venice - Sand - Red - Tweed - The Tweeds - Diamonds Jewelry

    Here, for the theme: "Sand", the jersey dress of Suzy Parker (1958) on the work chair of Mademoiselle Chanel in her apartment.


    CHANEL "Culture Chanel "at the Museum of Modern Art in Shanghai 2011
    Curator Jean-Louis Froment

    For this latest exhibition, the photographs in the album are diptychs of images, extracted from the 10 pinhole movies, shot in Aubazine & the apartment of Mademoiselle Chanel in Paris.  

    These short films illustrate the five themes of the exhibition:  

    Origin - Abstraction - Invisible - Imaginary - Freedom

    The diptychs are published in the exhibition book.

    Excerpt - 35mm Pinhole movie - Theme Origin

    In this film we see the chairs of the church of Aubazine swept by the passage of light through a
    stained glass  in connection with the work chair of Miss Chanel, on which casts the shadow in the shape Double "C" from the balcony of the apartment, 31 rue Cambon. The two scenes are connected by a portion of the walk along the Canal of monks who led the water to the abbey of Aubazine as a common thread between Aubazine & Paris.

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