Louis Vuitton’s Material: The Story of the Art Collection That Changed the World
Louis Vuitch: “This is the material collection that I am the proud owner of.”
— Louis Vuixy, on his collection of objects in his Louvre palace collection.
This is the object that I want to tell you about: the collection of Louis Vuissons in Paris.
This was a very special, special time in my life and my life is not easy.
When I started to work with Louis Vuites I knew I wanted to be part of the family.
I started from a place where I wanted the right things.
I wanted something that was very special and I want the right thing to be unique.
I didn’t want something that everyone had, like I wanted things that were very special to me.
I also wanted to have something that I was really proud of and to have it be something that we all could be proud of.
I had a dream to be a designer and I wanted it to be an art collection.
I was very proud of the art collection, but I wanted my life to be in order and I thought I would give everything that I had to the Louvre.
I bought all of the Louis Vuittons and I bought the rest of the pieces.
I spent five years in Paris, and I had the best time of my life.
I did the most amazing things in the Louvain, and the Louvettes were the greatest thing that I have ever done.
But I was tired of the work.
I knew that I would be back to the beginning.
I know that it will take a long time, but when I was ready, I would come back.
I would do it again.
Louis Vuitz: “I don’t like the feeling of having to wait for people to do something.”
–Louise Vuitch, on the process of creating the first collection, “the material collection”– “I wanted to create a very private place and to create something very private.
I thought of it as a museum, a museum of art, because it is very personal, but also I am not in charge of the material.
It is just something that is meant to be, and that is the way that it should be.
The material is there, but it is not the work itself.
I am responsible for the work, so I have to work to make it a piece of art.
I have a lot of friends that work in art museums, but we don’t know how to create this.
It has to be something special.
Louis Vauffy: “My father is always very protective of the Louvens.
When we started, he said to me, ‘You can’t have anything in the museum unless you have a gift.
If you don’t, you will never know.’
“–Louvey says that Louis Vuille’s father, Joseph Vauffer, gave him a gift when he was a boy.
Louis: “He gave me a diamond.
And I said to my father, ‘I want a diamond.’
And he said, ‘No, no, you don’ t have to give it.
I want you to make a gift to the museum.’
I told him, ‘Well, why not?’
And he came to me and said, I want a painting of the Mona Lisa.
And the painting was made by a friend.
And it was my birthday, so he gave me this painting.
I went and bought it.
And then, I put it on my wall and I hung it on the wall of the room where we were working.
I never took it away from my father.
I remember the feeling.
I saw the painting and I went back and I told my father: ‘I need a painting.’
He said, “Well, I’m not making you a gift, you know.
You need to make this gift to me.’
I took this painting and hung it in my room, and he asked me, “Do you want to see it?”
And I did, and it was a painting, and in my mind I said, no.
I don’t want to be made a gift and have it taken away.
I took it and I made a little painting.
And my father said, Well, you can have it, but you must show it to me first.
I told Louis Vuits father that I wanted this painting, that I gave him, to make his birthday, and then I took the painting, put it in the gallery, and hung a picture of it on a table.
It was a picture that was meant to represent a painting by a certain artist, but with a different title.
I said: I want this painting of a Mona, the Monna, the M.I.N.E. This painting, I think, represented the Monaca of the painting by the great artist.
And he gave it to the gallery.
And after it was there for a while, I asked him, “Why did you do