Papiers Peints, Spree gallery

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Any respectable fashionista (and Montmartre inhabitant) is a regular at pioneering concept store Spree, amongst the first to sell Helmut Lang in France, alongside up-and-coming designers, vintage furniture and more. Its hyperactive founder Bruno Hadjadj is also a man of the arts: an artist himself, he launched a new contemporary art fair Cutlog last year, and has just inaugurated a new gallery space across the road from Spree. Previously a wallpaper shop, hence the name, the modernist space has a façade designed by Le Corbusier and exhibits primarily photography from artists including Leo Casali, Damien Peyret, Harvey Benge, Geoffroy de Boismenue, as well as furniture and anything else that takes Hadjadj’s fancy.
11 rue la Vieuville, 18th.

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