Agathe Saint Girons, DINNNNER'S READYYYY !...

Exhibition from 7 November to 29 December 2019


Opening vernissage Agathe Saint Girons


 Behind the apparent flightiness of the words that French mothers shout day in, day out - “DINNNNER’S READYYY!” - is the name of an exhibition in which Agathe Saint Girons introduces us to her vision of the influence of her family life on her artistic career.

As the jeweller says: "Before naming the pieces that make up this exhibition, I immersed myself in a deep reflection on my feelings of impatience, amazement, losing myself… I pondered on everyone’s place in the family and addressed my doubts on how to design my own family journey... ".

"Resistance", for example, evokes both the opposition and the constancy necessary for raising children, "Tourner en bourrique" (to be running around in circles) or "keyhole" make it possible to turn the annoyances of everyday life into sweetness and laughter.

These new creations celebrate the power of Women and the strength of Love.

A TAAABLE, nouveaux bijoux d'Agathe Saint Girons

“Resistance” bracelet, titanium, 1920 € ; « Tourner en bourrique », mobile ring, titanium 2800 € ; « Keyhole » necklace, titanium and glass beads, 1250 €

The second original feature of the exhibition is to showcase a series of "jewelry-portraits” created following a long conversation between Agathe Saint Girons and a sponsor. A jewel that evokes the future owner’s personality, his or her life and achievements while keeping secret that which is not to be revealed.

About Agathe Saint Girons  :

Agathe Saint Girons has been breathing a Provencal exuberance into her creations for over 25 years. Created in a beautiful workshop overlooking the Marneriver,herone-of-a-kindcontemporaryjewelleryarealwaysspectacular. They emerge from an on-going dialogue between concept andmatter…

Agathe Saint Girons notably exhibited at the Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris (Exhibition "MEDUSA"), as well as at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs who bought one of works. Her creations have also been purchased by private collectors.