Friday, October 2, 2009

"Maisons De Poupees"

The "Musee de la Poupee -Paris is presenting a new temporary exhibition entitled "Maison De Poupee-the art of miniature"......it is a collection of contempory doll houses belonging to Madame Ingeborg Riesser.
If you are lucky enough to be in Paris between 29th Sept. 2009 & 7th Mar. 2010 I believe this would be an exhibition not to be missed. I have had the pleasure of meeting Mme. Riesser at her shop "Poupee Tendresse" in Paris, she is a lovely lady and a wealth of knowledge when it comes to miniatures.
Please find address details below or visit there web-site: http://www.museedelapoupeeparis.com/

Musee de la Poupee Paris
Impasse Berthaud
75003 Paris
.*please note: this was 'posted' with the written permission of the Musee de Poupee Paris

12 comments:

Liberty Biberty said...

Ahhh, Linda, so many places to visit...so little money...

rosanna said...

How I wish I could go... too many places and so little time...not to say about money .....

Linda Carswell said...

Yes, I agree with you both, it is always the reason that stops us from doing what we want .."time & money"..perhaps some-one else can go and tell us all about it???

manon 21 said...

je vais y aller!!

manon

Stéphanie Kilgast said...

aaah! thanks!!
I'll got there :) If I can take pictures (which I doubt) I'll show you on my blog

Stephanie

Linda Carswell said...

...this is fabulous, we have 2 going....I hope they allow photos Stephanie I would love to see some of it...Thank you!

Bleudelavande said...

Oui je espere de aller!!!

Mary said...

I hope they allow pictures too. I would love to see even a wee glimpse of this showing.
Mary

Claudia said...

Yes, photos please!

miniacollection said...

For those who would like some photos try to find the book "Miniatures d'Art Les Maisons De Poupées d'Aujourd'hui" by Ingeborg Riesser, Massin Editeur. Her collection is superb. I will go and see the exhibition, when ... ? I will let you know about it.

cockerina said...

I would love to visit this exhibition ... knows how many wonderful things there are ...
your blog makes me dream more and more ..

.... in my blog's first award for you, catch me ??...
kisses, Caterina, Italy

Anonymous said...

I just saw this exhibit and it was wonderful. Many dollhouse shows are a disappointment, this one was everything I had hoped it would be--truly the highest quality miniatures around. The miniature needlework, the silver and the dolls stand out in my memory.