Over a two day period Georgio Sabino III (GS3), recently had the opportunity to spend time in Paris with renowned artist Aleksandra Vandenhove, known for her artistic creations from vegetable papers, and Iga Vandenhove, who often uses sound and visual polysemy in her work.
During their time together, GS3 was able to connect with the two artists and two models for his work (Ines and Iga Vandenhove) But he learn more about their work and creative processes. He found their work to be inspiring and was impressed by their ability to capture the beauty and complexity of the world around them.
In addition to exploring the world of art, the three also spent time enjoying the culinary delights of Paris. They visited a variety of restaurants, including Cafe Leffe, Cafe Joyeux, and the Gigolo Italian restaurant, where they sampled delicious food and drinks. They also visited Fauchon for expensive drinks and desserts, Parvis du Sacre-couer, Montmartre to see the Dali gallery, Statue de Marceille, and Place Saint Michel.
One highlight of their culinary adventures was their visit to Cafe Marly at the Louvre, where they enjoyed a meal with a stunning view of the Louvre Pyramid. They also visited Musee de l’illusion, where they explored a world of visual and sensory illusions.
Their culinary journey culminated in a visit to the renowned French restaurant, Vaudeville, where they were served a delicious three-course meal with dessert. The food was so delicious that it left a lasting impression on GS3.
As they traveled around Paris together, GS3 found that he was creating a beautiful friendship with Aleksandra’s family. He was inspired by their creativity and passion for their work, knowledge and felt grateful for the opportunity to connect with them on a personal level.
GS3’s time in Paris was a memorable and inspiring experience, filled with art, culture, and culinary delights. Through his travels and connections, he continues to explore new horizons in the world of art and fashion, and create lasting friendships along the way.