Bear-shaped armchairs and cushions embroidered with red lips are among French designer Pierre Yovanovitch‘s latest art exhibition‘s collection of furnishings, which are on display at New York gallery R & Company.
Yovanovitch has transformed the R & Company gallery space into several domestic scenes to display his newest art exhibition titled Love. He has decorated the interior to bring life to the imaginary character Miss Oops, who regularly appears in his modern art designs.
“The exhibition will lead guests through an unfolding narrative centered around an imaginary recurring character in the designer’s work called Miss Oops,”R & Company said.
The gallery says that at this art exhibition, visitors encounter different domestic scenes symbolizing the emotional evolution of the Miss Oops’ budding romance: starting in the parlor, leading to the dining room, then the boudoir, and ending in the bedroom.
Miss Oops first appeared in Yovanovitch’s work at the Design Parade Toulon festival in France in 2018, marking the beginning of the designer’s exploration with “scenography”.