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STUDIO MUMBAI. Breath of an Architect

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The reference Book on the Philosophy and Aesthetics of Bijoy Jain

From December 9, 2023 to April 21, 2024, the Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain presents an exhibition created by the Indian architecture studio, Studio Mumbai, directed by Bijoy Jain. Inspired by the rhythm of breathing, this exhibition offers a space for reverie and contemplation in dialogue with Jean Nouvel’s building.

Born in 1965 in Mumbai, Bijoy Jain created Studio Mumbai in 2005. Exploring the links between art, architecture and materials, this human-scale organization is composed of craftsmen and architects who design and build each project themselves, using local resources. Bijoy Jain / Studio Mumbai participated in many exhibitions around the world, including the Venice (2010, 2016) and Chicago (2017) architecture biennals. For the Fondation Cartier, Bijoy Jain unites man and nature, light and shadow, bamboo, brick and stone to form a meditative landscape taking us into the heart of creation. Sculptures, objects and furniture interact with artworks by Chinese painter Hu Liu and Turkish ceramist Alev Ebüzziya Siesbye, invited by the architect, revealing a shared sensibility and ethos between these artists.

The catalog published in conjunction with the exhibition invites readers to discover Bijoy Jain’s aesthetics and philosophy. Conceived as a work-in-progress of the exhibition, this richly illustrated book focuses on the artist’s drawings, photographs of his studio and works in the making.

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Born in 1965 in Mumbai, Bijoy Jain is director and head architect of Studio Mumbai. In 2005, he founded Studio Mumbai, a humancentered infrastructure where architects and artisans work between tradition and modernity using local resources. He has taught at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen, at the Yale School of Architecture, and at the Academy of Architecture of the Università della Svizzera Italiana in Mendrisio, Switzerland. His work has also been shown all over the world, mainly in the architecture biennales of Venice (2010 and 2016) and Chicago (2017).