The trade fair Esxence can truly be considered as a field configuring event for niche perfumery. In 2017, the record number of 207 brands were present at the fair. However only 3 brands have continuously participated in the fair from its very beginning in 2009.
An international panel heralds an ongoing commitment to dialogue and community in global independent perfumery.
Upcoming Fragranze offers a full view of the world of scents: the most exclusive essences with their finest artisan quality, the latest in beauty and wellness products, as well as cosmetics and sophisticated accessories made by more than 270 of the world’s best names in the industry.
Best strange fragrances is the topic for the next Scent Culture Club.
Artistic perfumery has essentially been about the juice from its very beginning in the late 1970s: Jean Laporte started L’Artisan Parfumeur and focused on the juice as well as its creator. Later on, corporate players became interested in this vibrant segment and launched their own niche lines. More recently, the...
Perfume-making – without a doubt – is a creative practice. Yet, our understanding of creativity is often limited. We basically think about the outstanding achievements of a creative genius without exploring the practices and strategies that underlie their creative solutions. This talk opens the blackbox of creativity: It will focus...
For the last Scent Culture Club gathering before the summer break, we will explore a work, “Diary of Smells – Shards“, by Brazilian artist, Josely Carvalho.
Here are some snapshots of the ongoing exhibition at Kunstmuseum Thun.
The upcoming gathering of our Scent Culture Club is devoted to two recent exhibitions covering the medium of scent in the museum.
SCI was represented at the Esxence 2016 in Milano with two events that are now available to view online:
If you’re at Esxence 2016 in Milano next week, join us for a topical panel discussion: Judging & Criticism in Artistic Perfumery
This new exhibition series is as a re-examination of the collection of the Kunstmuseum Thun, in various ways, through the curatorial lens of scent. In the first part we focus on the material and techniques of art making, which are often smelly, but these scents don’t usually make it into...