Eight of the best Champagne art collaborations


3. Perrier-Jouët and Ritsue Mishima

All’ombra della luce by Perrier-Jouët and Ritsue Mishima
Image: All’ombra della luce by Perrier-Jouët and Ritsue Mishima © Perrier-Jouët, Perrier-jouet.com

Perrier-Jouët teamed up with Japanese artist Ritsue Mishima for Miami Design Week 2015. Her Japanese-influenced aesthetic is married with the Venetian glass making tradition to create All’ombra della luce (in the shadow of the light). The installation evokes light and shadow: the light representing the vineyards and the moving seasons with the shadows symbolising the half-light of the cellars where the Champagne is made.

Translated by Sylvia Wu / 吴嘉溦

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