Patrick Roger is one of the Parisian scene’s best chocolatiers and for some time has demonstrated he is a great sculptor. His pieces are increasingly known and this year he is developing numerous projects where he will have the opportunity to demonstrate his artistic talents.
This July he will have participated with “Molaire”, a primary and ancestral cast aluminum sculpture in the fourth edition of the Biennale de Montreux, which will bring together the work of 20 international artists on Lake Geneva until the month of November.
In September he will release La Sculpture at du goût, an original and very personal book, with a raw cropped cover and connected with exposed seams, which includes more than 150 sculptures by Patrick for nearly 15 years through images taken by Michel Labelle Hughes Dubois and Laurent Dupont. Also, in November, to mark the reopening of the Musée Rodin, a chocolate statue that Patrick has created as homage to the French sculptor who was born 175 years ago will be exhibited in the lobby.
And to finish the year, the master chocolatier opened his own gallery in the heart of the Marais, where a selection of 50 chocolate sculptures can be seen and where visitors, through culinary workshops and discussions, will experience sensory experiences where new flavors will be discovered.