As every year, Le Bon Marché lets the talent of artists invade its walls, which then gives rise to extraordinary exhibitions. This year, Subodh Gupta, a figure of contemporary art, was chosen to showcase his kitchen pans. Subodh Gupta transforms household objects into monumental works of art. From January 9 to February 19, the artist is taking up residence on the Left Bank side of the capital with his exhibition entitled ‘Samgam’, highlighting in particular his many aluminum saucepans. ‘Sangam is a cascade of mirror facets and sculptures formed from household objects. An installation that questions viewers about their pilgrimage in a consumer-driven society,’ says Subodh Gupta. The artist will occupy several spaces in the store, starting with the windows, which he will decorate with furniture and second-hand objects. The canopies, on either side of the escalators, will be adorned with a traditional XXL Indian pot and a giant leap made up of shiny aluminum kitchen utensils that will pour out a cloud of mirrors. The second floor of the store will host The Proust Effect (l’Effet Proust), a suspended hut made up of vintage utensils collected from the markets.