Hyères Design Parade: 5 artists to watch closely in 2024

Hyères Design Parade: 5 artists to watch closely in 2024
Hyères Design Parade: 5 artists to watch closely in 2024

The 18th edition of the Hyères Design Parade has just ended. A meeting initiated in 2006 by Jean-Pierre Blanc and has become an unmissable event for contemporary creation in the field of design. Every summer, the historic Villa Noailles (designed by Robert Mallet-Stevens pour Charles et Marie-Laure de Noailles) which is a welcoming home for artists from different backgrounds, including the ten finalists of the competition organized by the Hyères festival. Their creations were selected by a jury chaired by Fabien Hata French artist based in Mexico, who decided to reward those whose work is part of the future – in his own words. Now that the winners have been announced, and the 18th edition of the festival has come to a close, Vogue takes a look back at five artists who came across this long weekend and are to be followed urgently.

Who are the 5 artists to follow after the Hyères Design Parade 2024?

Sacha Parent and Valentine Tiraboschi, winners of the Grand Prix of the Hyères Design Parade

Based in Paris, Sacha Parent et Valentine Tiraboschithe winners of the Grand Prix de la Design Parade de Hyères 2024, place sustainability at the heart of their work. They won the hearts of the judges with their use of sand to imagine ornaments on our everyday objects. Just like the sugar machetes of Yassine Ben Abdallah awarded last year with a Grand Prix and a Public Prize, their works are, by essence, ephemeral, and place nature at the center of the artistic creation process. But their inspirations lie more in the 19th century ornamentalists or the landscapes of Cappadocia in Turkey, shaped by grandiose geological phenomena.

Sacha Parent et Valentine Tiraboschi met on the benches of the Parisian school ENSCI-Les Ateliers, the first French public higher education establishment exclusively devoted to design. Enrolled in the heart of the curriculum dedicated to industrial creation, they were able to go together to India, to train in glass as well as ceramics. The result is the project Decorated with sandwhere the know-how of staff (material made from plaster and plant fibers), porcelain and foundry are combined.

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