Photo Credit: Blaise Lavigne
In a city known for its rich history and an affinity for art and culture, it is only fitting that Paris' luxury hotels
would incorporate it into their ambiance and décor. Le Pavillon des Lettres, a boutique hotel sitting just off Champs Elysées, already pays homage to French and international literature in its design aesthetic, but now it’s adding more art into the mix.
Le Pavillon des Lettres has added to its permanent collection of paintings and sculptures by launching a series of rotating installations of original artwork. First to be showcased among the literary hotel’s public spaces is work from local photographer Blaise Lavigne.
The exhibit titled Correspondences
contains 25 images of people reading or posing with books which blends seamlessly with the hotel’s intrinsic theme. Lavigne’s artwork can be seen and purchased until June 10. Next in the series will be photography from Jean-Daniel Henry’s collection, “Les portraits dans le Noir” running from September 6 to December 31. For more information about Le Pavillon des Lettres, visit PavillonDesLettres.com
or call 33 (01) 49 24 26 26. See more from Blaise Lavigne at BlaiseLavigne.com