THE KISS CLUB: Kisses Grenade x La Chemise Club

Baisers Grenade is an ethical and artistic conceptual research created by Charlotte L'Harmeroult in the spring of 2021.

In this new series, she uses second-hand textiles, water-based screen printing ink and a stamp that she made herself in linocut from her lips.

From what do we consider that such or such production is a work or is not it?

Only the thought modifies the subject.

La Chemise Club invites Charlotte L'Harmeroult as part of its approach that questions the idea we have of a work of art.

Ten vintage silk shirts were worked by the artist. These pieces are exhibited within the Club.

Like the selection of shirts offered by La Chemise Club, the Baisers Grenade series is gender neutral. The shirts presented as part of this collaboration are therefore aimed at everyone.

Photograph of the artist Charlotte L'Harmeroult with a scarf from her Baisers Grenade series

Charlotte L'Harmeroult, visual artist and performer:

“The kiss was born from an intimate experience 10 years ago.

In my approach, I divert, transpose, play with codes of representation. I cycle thought and matter.

I create tension between the image and the work, art and fashion.

I am an unconditional researcher.

By the imprint, by the material, I make visible the invisibility of the emotions that I consider as metaphysical and sacred. "

For Charlotte L'Harmeroult, kissing is a plethoric experience that she constantly seeks and transfigures in her work. It crystallizes the passions.

For Charlotte L'Harmeroult, kissing is a plethoric experience that she constantly seeks and transfigures in her work. It crystallizes the passions.

For Charlotte L'Harmeroult, kissing is a plethoric experience that she constantly seeks and transfigures in her work. It crystallizes the passions.

This series "Le Baiser Club" is art-to-wear.