Les années Staudenmeyer: 25 ans de design en France
Paris, Passage de Retz

Organized as a homage to Pierre Staudenmeyer, who died three years ago, his unique and enduring talent recevies due accolade; he was an eclectic artist, involved in design, publishing and literature as well as in photography and the graphic arts.

Staudenmeyer is well known for the creation of the Néotù movement in 1984 which is, according to Yves Mikaeloff, “a global culture, without any limits between ancient and contemporary art, between Occident and Orient”. This exhibtion showcases art works realized by designers from the Néotù movement and a selection of objects from Staudenmeyer’s own collection, including masters of Italian design, and key ceramic pieces from the 50’s. Signature works from Andrea Branzi, Eric Schmitt, Ettore Sottsass, Matali Crasset or Jasper Morrison are also presented alongside Pierre Staudenmeyer’s most interesting and
iconic pieces.


December 3th, 2009 through January 15th, 2010
Passage de Retz
9 rue Charlot
75003 Paris
T. +33 (0)1 48 04 37 99