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35e festival international de mode, de photographie et d’accessoires de mode, Hyères



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On the occasion of the 35th international festival of fashion, photography and fashion accessories in Hyères, the festival catalogue was published by the Villa Noailles. A few pages illustrate François-Marie Banier's personal exhibition in parallel with many other artists exhibiting at the festival until 29 October 2020. THE VILLA HAS FINALLY REOPENED ITS DOORS AND THE EXHIBITION WILL BE EXTENDED UNTIL 29 JANUARY 2021.  

François-Marie Banier, Marie-Laure de Noailles 1969-1970



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The catalogue François-Marie Banier, Marie-Laure de Noailles has just been published on the occasion of the solo exhibition of François-Marie Banier during the 35th edition of the International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories, at the Villa Noailles in Hyères. A large number of documents are published illustrating the friendship between Marie-Laure de Noailles and François-Marie Banier, including his own photographs of Marie-Laure de Noailles—on which he sometimes painted or wrote—, letters, interviews, and items from the artist’s personal collection. The exhibition and catalogue were designed by Martin d’Orgeval.

Exhibition at Villa Noailles, Hyères



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François-Marie Banier is pleased to present an exhibition at the 35th edition of the International Festival of Fashion, Photography and Fashion Accessories at the Villa Noailles in Hyères. For the first time he will be presenting numerous photographs and documents relating to Marie-Laure de Noailles, which he has collected over the years. The exhibition will be held from 15 October to 29 November 2020. It will be accompanied by a catalogue presenting a large number of documents illustrating the friendship between Marie-Laure de Noailles and François-Marie Banier, including his own photographs of Marie-Laure de Noailles—on which he sometimes painted or wrote—, letters, interviews, and items from the artist’s personal collection. The exhibition and catalogue were designed by Martin d’Orgeval.