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Perrier Jouët – Makiko Takehara

This year, to celebrate the release of the Cuvée Belle Epoque 2002, Perrier-Jouët embarked on a creative collaboration with Japanese art photographer Makiko Takehara. She has interpreted 20 legendary Perrier-Jouët vintages, from the oldest in Champagne, the PJ 1825, to the first of the new millennium. Makiko Takehara’s compositions provide a singularly artistic perspective of […]

Jan 25, 2010 | By Anakin

This year, to celebrate the release of the Cuvée Belle Epoque 2002, Perrier-Jouët embarked on a creative collaboration with Japanese art photographer Makiko Takehara.

She has interpreted 20 legendary Perrier-Jouët vintages, from the oldest in Champagne, the PJ 1825, to the first of the new millennium.

Makiko Takehara’s compositions provide a singularly artistic perspective of each vintage, turning champagne into a work of art.

The series of photographs have been assembled in a limited edition book “The Art of Vintage” reserved for preferred clients of Perrier-Jouët.

More images of Makiko Takehara work here.


 
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