Jean-Michel Othoniel's enchanting aesthetics revolves around the notion of emotional geometry. Through the repetition of modular elements such as bricks or his signature beads, he creates exquisite jewelry-like sculptures whose relationship to the human scale ranges from intimacy to monumentality. His predilection for materials with reversible and often reflective properties—particularly blown glass, which has been the hallmark of his practice since the early 1990s—relates to the deeply equivocal nature of his art. Jean-Michel Othoniel's Lotus series is included in a permanent installation at Musee du Louvre, entitled La Rose du Louvre, which coincides with a recent acquisition of Othoniel's work by the museum.

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Founded in Paris in 1990 by Emmanuel Perrotin, then 21 years old, the gallery has become one of the most
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