Annabelle d'Huart Paris, France, b. 1952

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Annabelle d'Huart, throughout her long and distinguished public career in the worlds of design, fashion, and photography, has also tirelessly maintained her own highly personal practice as an artist.

 

As a young photographer working in New York City, d'Huart trained her eye on the epochal 1970s milieu of Robert Ryman, Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, and others. As a partner in life and work with the visionary architect Ricardo Bofill, she shared in the development of the historically significant and public- spirited projects of his Taller de Arquitectura.

 

As a designer of jewelry, she has worked with such figures as Karl Lagerfeld and Yohji Yamamoto. Her work as a jeweler and ceramicist is included in the permanent collections of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Sevres Cité de la Céramique. For all these contributions to culture, d'Huart was recognized in 2013 as a Chevalier/Knight of the French Order of Arts and Letters.

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