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Fade Out

Redefining the boundaries of wine and art.


Beautify the space with a statement

Embracing Frédéric Cordier’s singular artistic vision, CellArt redefines the boundaries of wine and art with Fade out, a wine display masterpiece proposed in two variants, each one in a single original piece.


Fade Out - variant 1

Silver maple wood on white acrylic laquer panels

Dimensions: 7,01 x 3,65 x 0.2 m (W/H/D)


Fade Out - variant 2

Black matte smooth painted wood on white acrylic laquer panels

Dimensions: 7,01 x 3,65 x 0.2 m (W/H/D)


“For me, a cellar is a form of grid, a repetitive and utilitarian structure. From a geometric pattern that I drew and imagined in volume, I intervened in a simple way on the structure of the cellar, subtracting the elements of its composition. The sequencing principle is thus disturbed by a deconstruction up to the total degradation of the pattern, which is that of the cellar. From these full and empty spaces results in a complex and light binary frame in which the bottles will be displayed in a decreasing rate.”

Frédéric Cordier


Frédéric Cordier

Frédéric Cordier is a Swiss-Canadian artist born in Montreal in 1985. His work articulates itself around the notion of systems to which he associates the idea of dysfunctionality. His formal preoccupations explore the basic elements of a specific vocabulary, aiming at a highly visual efficacy with interventions that are simple and play on rhythm and motif, the full and the empty, the black and the white. Through sculpture, architectural installation and drawing, Frédéric Cordier explores a visual language that plays on rhythm and repetition.

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