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AVANT-GARDE AND OUT-OF-THE ORDINARY DESIGN - SPECIALISTS FOR MEXICAN & LATIN AMERICAN DESIGN EXCELLENCE - AGENTS FOR SUSTAINABLE THINKIGN WITHIN LUXURY


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NEWS September!

EXHIBITION - 17-20 September 2019 - at the London Design Festival - CLICK HERE FOR MORE


 
 
 
ESTABLISHED in 2011 AS A GALLERY to DISCOVER, SHOW & PROMOTE AVANT-GARDE DESIGN. WE ARE SPECIALISTS FOR MEXICAN & LATIN AMERICAN DESIGN and its CREATIVE TALENT and PASSIONATE AGENTS FOR SUSTAINABILITY WITHIN LUXURY
 
 
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WE ARE A NOMADIC DESIGN ART GALLERY, CURATORIAL and CREATIVE AGENCY. EVERY SO OFTEN PROMOTING UNEXPLORED TERRITORY and OVERLOOKED TALENTS. WE OFFER A CREATIVE CONSULTANCY SERVICE for BUSINESSES, COLLECTORS & PRIVATE INDIVIDUALS
 
 
 

OBJECT OF THE MONTH - SEPTEMBER 2019

Each month we highlight an object from our portfolio - read on here below

CONCRETE CRACK PLUSH TABLE, by Noemi Kiss, Austria, 2016

 
 
 
 

CONCRETE CRASH PLUSH TABLE

by NOEMI KISS, 2016

MATERIAL: concrete table top with two cracks, metal, plush fabric SIZE: L 180 x W 80 H 40 cm / L 70.86 x W 31.5 x H 15.74 in
WEIGHT: 180 kg
UNIQUE PIECE Table, side table or lounge eyecatcher piece: this witty table creates an illusion through the dichotomy of the hard and the soft and the heavy and the lightweight. The hard and heavy concrete sits on fluffy light plush-feet. The artist Noemi Kiss loves the paradox. As she says in her words:

 
In my work I use common building materials, banal everyday objects. Basic objects of utility have become invisible due to their self-evidence, I show them in a new light. Materials brought into unorthodox combinations ask for new viewpoints and toy with the perception of the viewer.
As a material fetishist, I load banal substances that feel distant to art with a new meaning. I encourage to rethink our notions of materiality, their value and how we evaluate nature.
 
 
 
 

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