P I E C E A P A R T is a curated collection of art works and art objects dedicated to take place in different interiors, to unfold according to the meetings, or to evolve according to the spaces.
Collaborating with artists, architects or designers, this project was born from the desire to recreate a link between artistic creation and the domestic space, to demystify contemporary art by placing it at the heart of the living spaces.
Like a particular collection, which often takes place in an inhabited interior, P I E C E A P A R T intends to stage polymorphic selections, thus abolishing the boundaries between categories: it is a question of penetrating a coherent universe, which makes dialogue between pieces of art and design with everyday objects.
The P I E C E A P A R T collection is regularly staged during thematic exhibitions, investing exceptional places or galleries then transformed into domestic spaces: a unique experience to discover and acquire pieces of art and design.
Emmanuelle Oddo, founder of P I E C E A P A R T, is graduated from Paris Dauphine University, where she studied marketing and luxury management. After several years in Paris spent in houses like Chloe or Isabel Marant, it is in art gallery in Buenos Aires that she refines her talent in contemporary art before becoming a writer for Parisian magazines specialized.
Back in Marseille, she worked as a curator at the Double V gallery or the Jogging concept store. She also collaborates with architects, such as François Champsaur, and contributes to the creation of an artistic fund of 120 artworks during the renovation of the Bailli de Suffren hotel, at Rayol Canadel (South of France).
Desiring to unite her passion for art, design and architecture in a project, she launched P I E C E A P A R T at the dawn of 2018.