Art Since the Summer of ’69 Gallery
Chrystie Street, New York
‘Objects, Furniture and Patterns’ is an exhibition of interesting domestic objects from a selection contemporary artists, which is currently on show at the tiny 6x16 ft gallery, Art Since the Summer of ’69 in New York City.
Galleria Vitorio Emanuele II
As part of the Light Exhibition Design competition, Paul Cocksedge has created a festive installation using LED lights, which is now on view at the Galleria Vittoria Emanuele II in Milan.
York Street, New York
On the 17th of December, Sotheby’s New York held back-to-back design sales, which yielded some surprising results. The morning sale of the Collection of Robert Isabell brought in a total of $2,625,627 selling 121 of the 128 lots up for grabs, while the afternoon sale of Important 20th Century Design earned nearly double that of the morning sale with a total of $4,581,626 selling only 94 of its 128 lots.
Lot 52 in Sotheby's Sale of The Collection of Pobert Isabell, 17 December 2009, New York.
Number 4 from an edition of 25, with artist's signature and numbered.
We were lucky enough to snag a few minutes in our studio with legendary designer Karim Rashid.
In conversation with Max Fraser, Rashid offers his views on the systems of consumption, the culture of celebrity, finishing off with a message to young designers.
Presented by Nilufar and Design Gallery Milano
Azzedine Alaia Gallery, Paris
Innovative Italian design galleries Nilufar and Design Gallery Milano have teamed up to present ‘Grandi Legni’ by Andrea Branzi at the Paris-based Azzedine Alaia Gallery.
In this interesting article, Jane Withers discusses the ongoing debate surrounding the iconic Edison bulb. According to Withers, this lighting crisis should ‘go beyond geeky discussions about technologies and bulbs... [and] be a chance to explore new thinking... about the quality of light, and to challenge the modern obsession with brightness that has held sway for over a century.’