Optical box, Filippo Ferrarese / Hermès, Cabinet de Curiosités, Milan, Lampoon
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Lampoon/ Hermès, a Cabinet de Curiosités could showcase an entire universe

Unseen objects, paintings, prints and sculptures. More than one hundred works have been selected for the Montenapoleone store in Milan, one of the strongest retail assets worldwide

Filippo Ferrarese shooting for Lampoon Issue 24

Unseen objects, paintings, prints and sculptures. More than one hundred works have been selected for the Montenapoleone store in Milan, one of the strongest retail assets worldwide. The bookcase located on the ground floor is a proper Cabinet de Curiosités. Pieces never for sales that compose the imaginary and the historical reference at the Maison Hermès: a miniature of the Faubourg Saint-Honoré created in wood by Michele De Lucchi; equestrian memorabilia from the Collection Émile Hermès, the Beta print by Nathalie Du Pasquier, the homonymous silk scarf inspired by the same work.

Filippo Ferrarese

Filippo Ferrarese is a freelance photographer, graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Bari. From 2018 he lives in Milan where he works as a photographer of interior architecture, still life and contemporary art. As of 2019, Filippo Ferrarese collaborates in Florence with “OKNO studio” making photo shoots in the art sector. He worked as a photographer for two publications – one in 2019 with Lampoon Magazine titled “The crafted”, the other in 2020 for Specchi Magazine, titled Fratelli Bovini.

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