Ronan Bouroullec's daily drawings.
Ronan Bouroullec has always drawn daily. A pure artistic practice that he considers autonomous from the profession for which he is internationally recognized. But if there is a porosity between these two sides of his activity which feed each other, Ronan Bouroullec considers drawing as essential to his balance. Fièvre coincides with the exhibition Dessins Quotidiens at l'Hôtel des Arts in Toulon, France. With nearly 300 works (drawings, bas-reliefs and notebooks) presented in the exhibition, he reveals a small part, still little known, of his creative talent. A tiny part compared to the thousands of drawings he all keeps, but rich enough to illuminate this very intimate facet of the personality of one of the most talented French designers of his generation.
Since the beginning of the 2000s, Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
(born in 1971 & 1976) are considered to be amongst the best representative of French design
's dynamism and creativity. Working together since 1998, the two brothers worked for numerous manufacturers (Vitra, Cappelini, Kvadrat, etc.), while maintaining an experimental limited edition activity with Galerie kreo. Among their iconic pieces are the "Disintegrated Kitchen" (1997), the "Closed Bed" (1998), the "Spring Chair" (2000), and the "Vegetal Chair" (2009). They also worked with Issey Miyake, Camper, and Kvadrat for the creation of architectural projects.
See also Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
; Erwan Bouroullec