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Innovation and new technology were among they key values that inspired us to team up with the ARTE Generali to start this series of interviews titled Treasures. Within these interviews, we ask leading and inspiring art world women about their career, life and their very own treasures to inspire and educate others.
In this episode we spoke with French artist Marie Hazard who weaves stories of time and future on her antique wooden loom.
In an innovative process, she combines traditional hand weaving techniques and digital printing technology to explore contemporary matters of time and culture. A graduate from Central Saint Martins, Marie Hazard has exhibited from Tokyo and Paris to Mexico and the art world loves her signature style to weave the history of tomorrow.
Marie Hazard’s work is telling the story of a new techniques meeting ancestral artisanal production by adapting an old craftsmanship to our present time.
About Arte Generali: Just launching their new art insurance arm, ARTE Generali comes up with a smart offer to help manage our treasures – big and small. It also keeps us in the loop about the value of our collection through innovative tools, such as an app that provides digital remote evaluation. Talking about innovation: ARTE Generali also offers a concierge service so we can stop spending hours with all those art-meets-admin tasks. An amazing launch campaign was shot by the legendary Oliviero Toscani with Italian-bred Maurizio Cattelan.
Since we love problem solvers, we welcome the initiative to the global art world family.