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Attache-Moi, Ici & Là – Panel Discussion

November 29, 2017 - November 29, 2017

Four fragnances by Olivia Bransbourg's ATTACHE-MOI: Attache-Moi; 55 and It was a time that was a time available at LMAKbooks+design

Four fragnances by Olivia Bransbourg’s ATTACHE-MOI: Attache-Moi; 55; It was a time that was a time and Ici & La available at LMAKbooks+design

Evocative Encounters: The (s)pace of scent at the gallery – a panel discussion about art, architecture, and parfum.

The panelists:  Olivia Bransbourg (ATTACHE-MOI), Carlos Huber (ARQUISTE) and Jorge Otero-Pailos (architect, artist and director of Historic Preservation at Columbia University). The panel will be moderated by Jia Jia of Art Assets.

The panel discussion will take place on November 29 from 6:30-8:30 PM. The panel starts promptly at 7 pm.

If you wish to attend, please, RSVP at RSVP@lmakgallery.com.

Location: LMAKbooks+design: 298 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002 – 2nd floor. Contact: louky@lmakgallery.com, 212-255-9707

All four of the perfumes Attache-MoiAttache-Moi 55It was a Time and Ici & Là will be on sale for $125 (usually $145) the night of the panel.

ATTACHE-MOI, 2009: Bergamot (top), Jasmin, Cedar, Amber (heart), Musks, Amber and Patchouli (base)

ATTACHE-MOI 55, 2013: Mandarin, Cardamom, Mirabelle (top), Osmanthus, Jasmin and Orris (heart), Vetiver, Amber and Musks (base)

ATTACHE-MOI: It Was A Time That Was A Time, 2015: Marine accord (top), Patchouli, Suede, Violet, Tonka bean (Heart), Musk, Incense Immortelle (base)

ATTACHE-MOI: Ici & La, 2017: Bergamot, Black Pepper, Pink Peppercorn (top), Nutmeg, Angelique roots, Ylang Ylang, Jasmine, Bigaradier leaves (heart), Beeswax, Orris, Atlas cedar, Oak Moss, Incense, Vanilla, Ambrette, Musks (base)

You will be able to test them at the gallery. 

If you wish to pre-order, feel free to contact Louky at info@lmakbooksandesign.com or give me a call at 212 255 9707. 

please note: we have a small amounts of eau de parfum bottles at the gallery, the other ones can be ordered, please allow for a 2-3 weeks delivery time.

Evocative Encounters: The (s)pace of scent at the gallery – a panel discussion about art, architecture, and parfum.

The panelists:  Olivia Bransbourg (ATTACHE-MOI), Carlos Huber (ARQUISTE) and Jorge Otero-Pailos (architect, artist and director of Historic Preservation at Columbia University). The panel will be moderated by Jia Jia of Art Assets.

The panel discussion will take place on November 29 from 6:30-8:30 PM. The panel starts promptly at 7 pm.

If you wish to attend, please, RSVP at RSVP@lmakgallery.com.

Location: LMAKbooks+design: 298 Grand Street, New York, NY 10002 – 2nd floor. Contact: info@lmakgallery.com, 212-255-9707

Panelists: Olivia Bransbourg, Carlos Huber and Jorge Otero-Pailos and moderator Jia Jia:

Olivia Bransbourg is the creator of ATTACHE-MOI, an exclusive line of scents that envisions perfume as a longer artistic journey. ATTACHE-MOI creates encounters, generates collaborations, and “ties” senses together to evoke scent through sound, sight, and touch. Bransbourg began her career in fine art as a curatorial and press assistant. She also worked as the Project Manager for conceptual artist Jochen Gerz. Bransbourg is the founder of ICONOfly, a publication and website devoted to tales of art, luxury, and fashion accessories. Earlier this year Bransbourg created an olfactory time capsule experience in Times Square with the Design Pavilion. Most recently, she co-founded another brand, sous le manteau, which revisits love potions found in earlier centuries officinal books.

Fragrance designer Carlos Huber pursued architecture at universities in Mexico City and Paris. A move to Spain awakened his love for the aromatic environments. In New York City, he graduated with honors in Historic Preservation at Columbia University. Huber has studied fragrance development and collaborated with perfumers Rodrigo Flores-Roux and Yann Vasnier to recapture the olfactory notes of historical moments. Huber has worked with brands ARQUISTE Parfumeur, Cire Trudon, St. Regis Hotel & Resorts, J. Crew and El Palacio de Hierro to create their bespoke, signature scents.

Jia Jia is Creative Director of Art Assets, a New York-based firm serving the intersection of art and real estate. She specializes in curating high-impact installations in privately-owned public spaces. Jia has worked with HFZ Capital Group, ABS Partners, Taconic Investment Partners, Equity Office, AnBang Insurance Group, the Related Companies, Handel Architects, Kohn Pederson Fox, and Yabu Pushelberg. Born and raised in Shanghai, Jia moved to the United States in 1998. Her work is grounded in her travel and beyond-the-beaten-path exploration of cultures, analyzing the way we interact with space and each other. Jia is a Young Leader at Urban Land Institute, a Fellow of the Forum for Urban Design, and a member of the Municipal Art Society’s Committee of Urban Entrepreneurship. She also studies Conceptual Photography with Silvio Wolf.

Jorge Otero-Pailos works at the intersection of art, architecture and preservation. He is the Principal and Founder of Otero-Pailos Studio, an art and architecture studio focused on experimental preservation. The studio stands for the idea that existing buildings and monuments can be re-imagined into powerful agents of cultural change through contemporary art and architecture. He is Professor and Director of Historic Preservation at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation in New York. His artworks and public art installations have been commissioned and exhibited by major museums, foundations and biennials notably, the Artangel Trust, the 53rd Venice Art Biennial, Victoria and Albert Museum, Louis Vuitton Museum La Galerie, Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and the Chicago Architecture Biennial in 2017. His architectural projects range from urban master plans for historic cities, as well as institutional and residential reuse projects. They all involve rethinking the realm of possibilities within the confines of the historic built environment. He is the founder and editor of the journal Future Anterior, co-editor of Experimental Preservation (2016), author of Architecture’s Historical Turn (2010) and contributor to scholarly journals and books including the Oxford Encyclopedia of Aesthetics and Rem Koolhaas’ Preservation Is Overtaking Us (2014). He is a member of the Academy of Arts and Sciences of Puerto Rico, the Academy of Science and Culture of Ibero-America, and has received awards from major art, architecture and preservation organizations including the 2012 the UNESCO Eminent Professional Award, the American Institute of Architects, the Kress Foundation, the Graham Foundation, the Fitch Foundation, and the Canadian Center for Architecture. Otero-Pailos studied architecture at Cornell University, holds a PhD from MIT, and was a founding faculty member of the School of Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico.