Philippe
Jarrigeon

Enseignements

Experience Sébeillon

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Experience Sébeillon

Collaboration with Philippe Jarrigeon

Workshop Thierry Mugler

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Workshop Thierry Mugler

Workshop with Philippe Jarrigeon

Mugler’s heritage reinterpreted through the eyes of eighteen students of the 2nd year photography Bachelor course at the ECAL. A collaborative project led by the professor and acclaimed photographer Philippe Jarrigeon based on photographic and video works on 18 archive creations.

"Walk With Pierre Hardy" in Tokyo

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"Walk With Pierre Hardy" in Tokyo

Other with Philippe Jarrigeon

PIERRE HARDY & the ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne present the exhibition Walk with Pierre Hardy . Fifteen iconic models by the designer were visually reinterpreted by the students of Bachelor Photography under the direction of Philippe Jarrigeon. Additionally, a luxurious special publication marks the occasion. Presented for the first time in November 2016 during Paris Photo at the PIERRE HARDY boutique (Palais Bourbon), this exhibition was a huge success. Pierre Hardy thought that it was absolutely necessary to share this event with his Japanese friends. Therefore, the exhibition will be discovered from 18 to 22 May in the exhibition space related to the PIERRE HARDY boutique in Tokyo. “I really enjoyed interacting with the students. At ECAL, my role was very different from that of a teacher coaching the students on their work – as I myself was the subject I knew the stuff inside out! Just show me half a centimetre of a heel and I instantly recognise the model which I created”, says Pierre Hardy. The ECAL Bachelor Photography students thus worked on various collections produced by the Parisian designer in the past fifteen years in order to give them a new visual interpretation. Photographer Philippe Jarrigeon comments on the method he chose to conduct this workshop at ECAL: “Together with PIERRE HARDY’s team we selected fifteen pairs of shoes in the archives – a purely practical decision which allowed us to keep the models as long as we wanted at ECAL. In addition, this allowed students to free themselves from seasonal trends. At the beginning of the workshop in October 2015, each student got a model on which to work by drawing lots”. This project allowed the students to question the relationship between photography and footwear, and by extension to confront the interconnection between photography and fashion. Milo Keller, Head of Photography at ECAL, observes that “Students, working without any business constraints in that case, are less formatted than a professional and therefore often offer unexpected approaches”. The results are indeed surprising and offbeat, sometimes even provocative or poetic, but always treat the original creations with respect.

Walk with Pierre Hardy

PHOTOGRAPHY

Walk with Pierre Hardy

Workshop with Philippe Jarrigeon

On the occasion of Paris Photo, Pierre Hardy & the ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne present the exhibition "Walk with Pierre Hardy". Fifteen iconic models by the designer were visually reinterpreted by the students of Bachelor Photography under the direction of Philippe Jarrigeon. Additionally, a luxurious special publication marks the occasion. To be discovered from 11 to 13 November 2016 (10 am to 7 pm) at the Pierre Hardy boutique (9-11 Place du Palais-Bourbon). HD pictures:  www.ecal.ch/en/1649 “I really enjoyed interacting with the students. At ECAL, my role was very different from that of a teacher coaching the students on their work – as I myself was the subject I knew the stuff inside out! Just show me half a centimetre of a heel and I instantly recognise the model which I created”, says Pierre Hardy. The ECAL Bachelor Photography students thus worked on various collections produced by the Parisian designer in the past fifteen years in order to give them a new visual interpretation. Photographer Philippe Jarrigeon comments on the method he chose to conduct this workshop at ECAL: “Together with Pierre Hardy’s team we selected fifteen pairs of shoes in the archives – a purely practical decision which allowed us to keep the models as long as we wanted at ECAL. In addition, this allowed students to free themselves from seasonal trends. At the beginning of the workshop in October 2015, each student got a model on which to work by drawing lots”. This project allowed the students to question the relationship between photography and footwear, and by extension to confront the interconnection between photography and fashion. Milo Keller, Head of Photography at ECAL, observes that “Students, working without any business constraints in that case, are less formatted than a professional and therefore often offer unexpected approaches”. The results are indeed surprising and offbeat, sometimes even provocative or poetic, but always treat the original creations with respect. "Walk with Pierre Hardy" Exhibition 11 to 13 November 2016 10 am to 7 pm Pierre Hardy 9-11 Place du Palais-Bourbon 75007 Paris www.pierrehardy.com "Walk with Pierre Hardy" Publication Text (French): conversation between Pierre Hardy, Philippe Jarrigeon and Milo Keller Transcript: Sylvain Menétrey Softcover, 220 × 280 mm, 52 pages, 48 colour images, November 2016 ISBN: 978-2-9700962-9-0 Price: CHF 15 / EUR 15 ECAL/University of Art and Design Lausanne 5, avenue du Temple CH-1020 Renens www.ecal.ch

Collaboration with Baccarat 2012

DESIGN FOR LUXURY AND CRAFTSMANSHIP

Collaboration with Baccarat 2012

Collaboration with Philippe Jarrigeon, Bethan Laura Wood

Following the collaboration initiated in 2011 around the iconic Harcourt glass, Baccarat and ECAL are continuing their common reflection in 2012. The students of the Master of Advanced Studies in Design for Luxury and Craftsmanship are all working on the same global project, combining object design, scenography, photography and the conception of a final publication. Supervised by London designer Bethan Laura Wood and Parisian photographer Philippe Jarrigeon, each group of students set out to revisit the universal theme of the Vase, starting from the same basic conical shape and questioning all of the Manufacture's know-how. Based on the principles of cutting, engraving, sandblasting and gilding, Vase-O-Rama was created, a hybrid and abundant collection, like a panorama.