FEUILLETON

Feuilleton is a domestic project space dedicated to showing work on paper.

"The feuilleton originated in French newspapers in the 19th century as a supplement sectioned out from the main news stories. Although found in the political section of the newspaper, the feuilleton typically included material on non-political subjects, such as art, literature, or fashion. Fiction was sometimes included as well.

The word is a diminutive of the French feuillet, meaning "sheet of paper," and ultimately derives from Latin folium, meaning "leaf." From this source English acquired "folio" (which can refer to a page, or leaf, of a book or manuscript) and "foliage" (meaning "a mass of leaves")."-Merrian-Webster

Address

1440 Logan St, Apt 1,

Los Angeles, CA

90026 USA

Opening Hours

Open by appointment only.

Please schedule your appointment by email, text, or DM.

Contact Us

BB Beugelmans

+1(310) 429-2153

 

Chris Sharp

+1(323) 973-0992

feuilleton.la@gmail.com

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feuilleton.la@gmail.com
1440 Logan St, Apt 1, Los Angeles, CA 90026 USA