The French designer Aurélie Rimbert presents a collection of cabinets, sideboards, chests that is freely inspired by the universe of travel trunks.
Since moving to their location on Hoxton Square Gallery Fumi has presented a series of exhibitions by appointment only. It is work sending an email or calling them up on the phone and making your way to Hoxton to see their collection - particularly their current display of Sam Orlando Miller's mirrors.
Inspired by the process of steam bending wood, the beach rings, produced in Udine in northern Italy, where generations of skilled craftsmen still use the crude and basic processes of timber manipulation using steam and compression forcing the raw material to curl, making a very unnatural 'animated' form.
The newly renovated Ailsa Mellon Bruce Galleries provide a broad perspective on American and European decorative arts from the Rococo and Neoclassical periods of the 18th century to contemporary design and craft of the 20th and 21st centuries.
For UR Feeling, Simon Martin brings together a selection of objects and images from artists and designers including Ettore Sottsass, Scott Burton and Stephen Shore.
Ronchini Gallery, London is proud to present an exhibition of works by artist Olivo Barbieri from 30 November 2012 to 12 January 2013. Barbieri will unveil his first series of aerial photographs of London, as part of the latest chapter in his site specific_ series.
New York City
Cristina Grajales Gallery is pleased to announce the second solo exhibition of furniture and lighting designer Christophe Côme, Material Transformations. Based in Paris, Côme creates sculptural furniture and lighting design through his manipulation of industrial materials, resulting in objects that are elegant and timeless.
Francis Bacon: five decades is the first major exhibition of this great artist’s work to be shown in Australia and marks the 20th anniversary of Bacon’s death.
Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein
Pop Art is widely regarded as the most significant artistic movement since 1945. Reflecting on the cult of celebrity, commodity fetishism and media reproduction that permeated everyday life in the postwar era, Pop Art continues to shape our society’s cultural self-understanding to this day.
‘Tenda’ is a series of textile lamps launching at the London Design Festival as a result of Benjamin Hubert’s materials driven research.
‘Tenda’ Italian for tent is comprised of materials from a diverse mix of industries: