In homage to Josef Frank, Michael Anastassiades celebrates the concept of sincerity by re-interpreting objects that the renowned architect designed over the years for Svensk Tenn.
An evolution of the London Exhibition Blastfurnace Carpenters Workshop Gallery is pleased to inaugurate 2013 with an expanded show of Atelier Van Lieshout’s recent and early collaborations with the gallery, to extend the vision of Joep Van Lieshout with Furniture III.
Ronchini Gallery London presents The Uncanny featuring new works by two young artists, Adeline de Monseignat and Berndnaut Smilde, curated by James Putnam from 16 January – 16 February 2013.
Gallery Libby Sellers presents the London-debut of Formafantasma's Craftica series. Initially conceived in collaboration with luxury goods house Fendi for Design Miami/Basel 2012, Craftica is a visual and tactile investigation into the diversity and origins of leather through a collection of handmade stools, lights, vessels and tools.
Especially for the Out of Storage exhibition at Galerie VIVID, Piet Paris made new drawings of the famous Hello Fashion Collection by Monique van Heist.
New York City
Returning for its third season, MAD’s annual design program The Home Front: American Design Now will expand, for the very first time, into a physical exhibition titled After the Museum, on view from March 5 through May 26, 2013.
New York City
2012 marks a banner year for Wendell Castle, Americaʼs foremost sculptural-furniture artist. Now in his 80th year, Castle is being celebrated for his over half-century of iconic work and his indefatigable investigations within the realm of furniture design.
Commissioned by a private collector, “Souvenir of the last century” is a collection of memories up-cycled into new physical forms. Created from: iron, a deconsecrated marble altar, plywood, iron pipe, and burners "Souvinir of the Last Century explores materials, experiences and points of references, both fragile, lost and strong.
Hedge Gallery presents new sculpture by artist Tony Marsh, whose exhibition entitled Echo is comprised of twelve ceramic works which propose a contemporary point of view in relationship to the deep, rich, pan-cultural traditions and assorted histories in ceramic art from which Marsh’s work is inspired.
Saran Yan Panya productions are characterized by a mix of graphic methodology, narrative dimension and critical analysis. Educated at Chulalongkorn University of Bangkok and at Konstfack Design School in Stockholm, his research interests range from Textile, Fashion, Graphic to Product Design.