July 30, 2014

Abel Macias

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July 30, 2014

Marcel Dzama

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July 30, 2014

Nicholas Kashian

Egg

July 30, 2014

Lluis Barba

From Travelers in Time series

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July 30, 2014

Works by Tim Berg & Rebekah Myers

July 30, 2014

Caroline Blum

July 29, 2014

William Allen

From Gene Names

2006

July 29, 2014

Aliki Komps

Melancholic Refuse

Within the iconography and context of psychology, the standard chair is symbolic of comfort." In the domestic space, a chair typically symbolises rest, sitting down and taking a break. 

In an unclear, yet final movement, these chairs have been displaced from their domestic environment. They no longer function as a place of rest. Despite this though, an imprint of the lived body of the owner is undeniably visible on the surface and embedded within the very essence of the chair. 

Discarded, the chairs appear to be melancholic. As if their crookedness, shortcomings and incompleteness has eventuated in abandonment and exposure to the elements. 

But it is in the public space, that the chairs begin to breathe to a different rhythm.  (artist statement)

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July 29, 2014

Studio Arhoj

Soft Rock

> 2014 / Experimental sculpture collab project / Arhoj x Stilleben

Experimental glaze & sculpture project in collaboration with Danish interior designer duo Stilleben.

The project consists of 60 sculptures based on the 3 basic geometric shape - the Cone, the Circle and the Beehive. Each piece is unique, hand thrown and glazed differently in many colours and textures.

Each piece is numbered, signed and available from the Stilleben retail store and webshop from the 3rd week in June 2014 : http://www.stillebenshop.com

The project was celebrated with a small street party featuring matching pastel coloured creambuns and 3 new posters designed by All The Way to Paris.

July 29, 2014
Ruth Duckworth
Untitled
1998
In 1968 Ruth Duckworth began making “wall sculptures”-monumental murals that underscore the artist’s mastery of her medium. Combining geometric and organic forms, she reduces the subdivided planes to the most elemental abstractions. With its circles and subtly curved forms, this relief suggests the female body. Duckworth, however, sees the inherent sensuality as stemming from a more universal connection to nature, biology, and the cosmos.

Ruth Duckworth

Untitled

1998

In 1968 Ruth Duckworth began making “wall sculptures”-monumental murals that underscore the artist’s mastery of her medium. Combining geometric and organic forms, she reduces the subdivided planes to the most elemental abstractions. With its circles and subtly curved forms, this relief suggests the female body. Duckworth, however, sees the inherent sensuality as stemming from a more universal connection to nature, biology, and the cosmos.