THE GARAGE WHERE WE JAM 22
The Garage Where We Jam under a wood ceiling with old carpets,
an old worn out bass, guitar, drums, microphone and amplifiers.
Lots of energy and sweat with lots of happiness and friendship.
The scent of Atlas Cedarwood and many other little memory lines.
Created in collaboration with LE BON MARCHE RIVE GAUCHE for the PUNK exhibition.
19th-century Paris was a bustling place where everything was changing and everything was being invented afresh. The earliest Paris department store to open, Le Bon Marché, was part of this shake-up of traditions. Aristide Boucicaut was a milliners’ son who’d gone to Paris to be a fabric merchant, and quickly realized that there was a market for a new kind of establishment that offered buyers more choice. In 1852 he and his wife Marguerite transformed a simple little shop into an unprecedented Parisian "grand magasin” or department store, with a wide selection of goods where shoppers could walk around and browse undisturbed. Le Bon Marché was born, and the innovations kept coming...