Over the past 3 months The Moving Museum saw 35 international artists join 11 local artists in Istanbul in a period of intensive research, production, and public engagement, and each artist was commissioned to engage in a major new work during their time in the city.
Renowned artist Do Ho Suh’s latest exhibition at The Contemporary in Austin, Texas is a depiction of his scale and site-specific art, taking inspiration from his personal biography.
Since he left Seoul after graduating, his art has often been influenced by migration which is manifested through architecture and subtle sculptures.
Volume Gallery is proud to present Mobi, by Sung Jang. The works that are both effortless and exponential, miniature and massive, single and summation. Designing in dualities, Jang’s new works converge in their contrasts and assemble strength through segments.
For her home in Sao Paulo, interior designer Maria di Pace and her brother and architect Raul di Pace bought an old and deteriorating house on a great piece of land and remodeled it into large, open interior spaces integrating the outdoor area as part of the design.
On the occasion of the London Design Festival and to celebrate the first ten years of Established and Sons, Studio Formafantasma designed "From then on," a deconstructed clock conceived in dialogue with the architecture of the company’s showroom.
Cristina Grajales Gallery and Salon 94 are pleased to present Functional Sculpture / Sculptural Furniture by Chilean-born, New York-based artist designer Sebastian Errazuriz.
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Konstantin Grcic is one of the most influential designers of our time. Serious and functional, unwieldy and occasionally disconcerting, his works combine an indus- trial aesthetic with experimental, artistic elements.
Hauser & Wirth Somerset has opened to the public with a solo exhibition of site-specific sculptures by Phyllida Barlow.
Stephen Friedman Gallery is delighted to present ‘4 x 4', a historical exhibition of art and design which focuses on four key art movements occurring simultaneously across four continents in the 1960s and 1970s. It brings together some of the most innovative and important artists and furniture designers of that period and includes artists previously unseen in the UK.
From 24 May to 23 August 2014 Carpenters Workshop Gallery will host a unique group show in its Parisian gallery in Le Marais. Entitled Organic, this new exhibition presents artworks of 12 designers, all characterized by their inventiveness, as well as their vast range of colours used and materials employed here.
From 24th of February through the 23rd of May Carpenters Workshop Gallery London present 'Smoke' by Martin Baas.
Gallery ALL is pleased to announce the opening of its new 2,400 square foot gallery with a two-person exhibition of new work by the celebrated Chinese designers Naihan Li and Zhoujie Zhang.
Gallery Libby Sellers will present the London debut of Studio Formafantasma's 'De Natura Fossilium' - a new body of work that investigates the culture of lava in the Mount Etna and Stromboli regions of Sicily, two of the last active volcanoes in Europe.
Never For Money, Always For Love is the main exhibition of Design City Luxembourg 2014 at MUDAM.