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Student Internship Spotlight: Renee Tyson Hong

Student Internship Spotlight: Renee Tyson Hong

Where is your internship? Bienvenue art fair // Bienvenue is a new independent art fair located at the Cité Internationale des Arts in Paris dedicated to promoting, exploring and enriching the contemporary art scene. Galerie Lily Robert // Lily Robert is a contemporary art gallery based in Paris. Initiated in 2016, the gallery has recently […]

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Student Internship Spotlight: Ruchanan Patarapanich

Student Internship Spotlight: Ruchanan Patarapanich

Where is your internship? Who is it for? What is the company known for? It is at David Leclerc Architecture.   What are your roles? My role is to work on drawings and 3d representations of buildings.   How long is your internship? What are you hoping to learn? 2 months. I hope to learn […]

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Student Internship Spotlight: Pamela Arellano Zameza

Student Internship Spotlight: Pamela Arellano Zameza

Where is your internship? who is it for? what is the company known for? My internship is at Musée d’Orsay, it’s for predatory exhibition research. MDO is of one of the most highly visited public art museums in Paris juxtaposed by the Louvre housing mainly impressionist/post-impressionist well known french works of art   What are […]

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HDCS Graduation Exhibition : Material Contingencies

HDCS Graduation Exhibition : Material Contingencies

On May 17-19, 2019, the History of Design and Curatorial Studies MA presented Material Contingencies, an exhibition examining contemporary notions of “object” and “objecthood” and how they may or may not materialize. Shown as part of the 2019 Graduation Exhibition at the Mona Bismarck American Center, the project was developed by curator Mathilde Sauzet with […]

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2019 Graduation Exhibition at the Mona Bismarck American Center

2019 Graduation Exhibition at the Mona Bismarck American Center

Parsons Paris is proud to showcase the work of its 2019 graduates at the Mona Bismarck American Center in Paris. Immersive artistic installations by Art, Media and Technology graduates will address diverse subjects including human perception, social consciousness and the relationship between nature and technology. Visitors will particularly appreciate a curatorial project on the notion of the object and materiality produced by […]

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Save the Date : "Material Contingencies" Exhibition

Save the Date : “Material Contingencies” Exhibition

As part of its Graduation Exhibition, Parsons Paris is proud to present the “Material Contingencies” exhibition by the History of Design and Curatorial Studies department. Address: Mona Bismarck American Center, 34 Avenue de New York, 75116 Paris Hours: May 17  7pm – 11pm  |  May 18  12pm – midnight  |  May 19  12pm – 6pm The exhibition is free and open to the public. The History […]

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2019 Parsons Paris Festival

2019 Parsons Paris Festival

Parsons Paris is proud to present the 2019 Parsons Paris Festival, celebrating our graduating students from all programs as well as showcasing selected class projects. MAY 14 & 16 – Fashion Studies Graduate Thesis Public Defenses MAY 15 – Parsons Paris Advisory Board Meeting – Strategic Design and Management Pitch & Network Event MAY 16 […]

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HDCS Thesis Defenses

HDCS Thesis Defenses

Congratulations to our 2019 MA HDCS graduating students who brilliantly defended their thesis projects last week! Melany Telleen The Mona Bismarck House: Architecture, decorative arts and the construction of identity in Paris Melany came to Parsons Paris after working as an architect in Chicago. Her research interests include the furniture and interiors of the 18th […]

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A Day at Villa Cavrois

A Day at Villa Cavrois

On Sunday, April 14th, Professor Rebecca Cavanaugh’s Redefining Modernity class spent the day in Lille, France, exploring Robert Mallet-Stevens’ architecture.  The Villa Cavrois was built between 1929 and 1932 for Paul Cavrois, an industrialist from Roubaix active in the textile industry.  The Villa was occupied, ultimately looted and left in a destroyed manner after the war. […]

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Mural Nomad - Tiphanie Dragaut and Benjamin Hochard

Mural Nomad – Tiphanie Dragaut and Benjamin Hochard

On Friday, April 12th, our Art and Textiles class welcomed curators Tiphanie Dragaut and Benjamin Hochard to their classroom for a presentation and discussion on Mural Nomad, a group exhibition around contemporary tapestry and woven art. Dragaut began the presentation explaining the importance of Le Corbusier’s tapestry work in the creation of the exhibition as […]

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