On the occasion of the World Art Day on the 15th of April 2022, Nez invites you to (re)discover an article about the question of perfume as an intellectual property, initially published in Nez, the Olfactory Magazine #04.
As part of the event “Smell it! The Fragrance of Art,” German artist Stefani Glauber presents an exhibition entitled ≈350 at Kunsthalle Bremerhaven, in which she questions the possible digitization of smells within the museum.
In New York’s first gallery specifically designed to present odors, Olfactory Art Keller, artist Camilla Nicklaus-Maurer presents an immersive project, a multi-dimensional tribute to Andy Warhol and The Factory.
Starting this year, the Odeuropa project will strive to constitute the first olfactory archive of Europe.
Initiated by the late Victoria Henshaw, Designing with Smell tackles the extensive field of design, from art and entertainment to architecture and urbanism.
The Art of Flavor, by Michelin-starred chef Daniel Patterson and renowned natural perfumer Mandy Aftel, is a primer on cooking that nods toward principles of perfumery.
Written by eight authors – including the artist himself – this dense, 3-kg book retraces the artistic journey of Peter de Cupere.
If this summer the sides of the river Thames appeal to you, don’t miss out on the new multisensory exhibition on view at Somerset House : “Perfume: A sensory journey through contemporary scent”. Until September 17th, you will be able to discover there the specificities of contemporary perfumery through several senses.