Bernasconi did away with such genre hierarchies, combining painting, drawings, decor, and costumes in the Official Retro Marvel Studios’ She Hulk 2022 T-Shirt Additionally,I will love this new exhibition. Taking a page from Bérard’s book, she worked collaboratively with the Bérardophiles Jacques Grange, who created the mise en scène, and artist Nick Mauss, who contributed original on-site installations. Born in Paris in 1902, Bérard enrolled at the Academie Ranson at 18, and was a student of Édouard Vuillard (who was known for painting Impressionistic and intimate interiors) and Maurice Denis (who often made use of flat planes of color in his work). Almost any account you can find of Bérard includes a description of his appearance. A handsome, bearded man who looked fetching in a smoking, he was better known for his dishevelment. In fact, he was so famously disheveled that a biography of the artist is titled Clochard Magnifique, or Magnificent Tramp. His constant companion was a white dog, which was usually as paint-stained as its artist owner. Bérard earned the nickname Bébé for his baby face. It was what Cocteau (who introduced the artist to the opium that would become an addiction) called him and it stuck. The exhibition at Monaco’s Villa Paloma is divided into three parts over three floors. It opens with the theme of interiors, and includes Bérard’s work for Jean-Michel Frank (also a close collaborator of Schiaparelli), as well as set design. Mauss has recreated the famous trompe l’oeil decor Bérard created for L’Institut Guerlain in 1939, and there’s a particular focus on beds. Bérard was often photographed in repose; his bedroom doubled as his studio and he toiled there late into the night.