A Parisian institution reborn is always worth the detour. The old Thoumieux diner has become the place to be thanks to chef Jean-François Piège. It's the number one reason to go. His style can be recognized at first glance. Against the disorderly backdrop, he was a prolific, funky, unique, angry,
timeless, and eccentric artist. He worked during the '50s with artists like De Chirico or the designer Gio Ponti. Today, we learn how Piero Fronasette, twenty years before his death, continues to seduce us and produce work.