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Portfolio: Art Light exhibition at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery

 

To celebrate its ten years of existence, the Carpenters Workshop Gallery organises the exceptional exhibition “Art Light” which gathers together the designs from more than a dozen artists, until 12th october in Paris.

STUDIO JOB Banana Lamp Series (2015)

Polished bronze, blown and engraved glass, paint, LED

Limited edition of 6 + 2 EA

Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery

 

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STUDIO JOB Banana Lamp Series (2015)

Polished bronze, blown and engraved glass, paint, LED

Limited edition of 6 + 2 EA

Banana lamp (model E)

H17 L34 W25 (CM) / H6.7 L13.4 W9.8 (IN)

Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Giacomo Ravagli Barometro Floor Lamp (2016)

Alpi green marble, brass

Limited edition of 8 + 4 EA

H260 L68 W60 (CM) / H102.4 L26.8 W23.6 (IN)

Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery

View from the exhibition

Morgane Tschiember Open Space 3 (2016)

Concrete, neon

Limited edition of 8 + 4 EA

H41.5 L39.5 W24.2 (CM) / H16.3 L15.5 W9.5 (IN)

Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Stuart Haygarth Island (2016)

Corian, spun metal shade and bird figurines

H 55 L 40 W 40 (CM) / H 1.8 L 1.3 W 1.3 (IN)

Limited edition of 3 + 1 AP

Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery

View from the exhibition

Random International Future Self (2012)

Aluminium, electronic system made to measure, 3D cameras, LEDS, brass rods

H345 L 120 W150 (CM) / H135.8 L47.2 W59 (IN)

Limited edition

Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery

 

View from the exhibition

View from the exhibition

Stuart Haygarth, Urchin (thin) (2009)

Stems of eyeglasses, metal covered with black powder, LED 

H108 D50 CM / H42.5 D19.7 IN

Limited edition of 5 + 1 EA

Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Charles Trevelyan, Askance (2015)

Patinated bronze

H216 L45 W45 (CM) / H85.1 L18.8 W18.8 (IN)

Limited edition of 8 + 4 EA

Courtesy Carpenters Workshop Gallery

View from the exhibition

An encounter with Christian Marclay, at the Celine runway show and at the Tate Modern
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An encounter with Christian Marclay, at the Celine runway show and at the Tate Modern

Art In his first show for the house of Celine, Hedi Slimane paid a very marked tribute to the Swiss-American artist Christian Marclay by revisiting and transposing some of his works within the collection (prints on bags and clutches, embroidery on couture dresses, kimonos…) At the same time, Christian Marclay was taking hold of the Tate Modern with his major pieceThe Clock, shown for the first time in London in 2010, before winning the Golden Lion award at the Venice Biennale the following year. The 24-hour video installation is composed of thousands of films clips edited together to tell the actual time. The result is as captivating as it is poetic.   In his first show for the house of Celine, Hedi Slimane paid a very marked tribute to the Swiss-American artist Christian Marclay by revisiting and transposing some of his works within the collection (prints on bags and clutches, embroidery on couture dresses, kimonos…) At the same time, Christian Marclay was taking hold of the Tate Modern with his major pieceThe Clock, shown for the first time in London in 2010, before winning the Golden Lion award at the Venice Biennale the following year. The 24-hour video installation is composed of thousands of films clips edited together to tell the actual time. The result is as captivating as it is poetic.  

6 pieces of design by B&B Italia not to be missed
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6 pieces of design by B&B Italia not to be missed

Design Founded in 1966, B&B Italia creates pieces for the interior while developing its research in materials destined for exterior design, these are Numéro favourites… Founded in 1966, B&B Italia creates pieces for the interior while developing its research in materials destined for exterior design, these are Numéro favourites…

Rick Owens: “We all struggle with who we are. We have shame, we have pride, we have self delusion.”
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Rick Owens: “We all struggle with who we are. We have shame, we have pride, we have self delusion.”

Art Since founding his brand in 1994, the fearless and eminently non-conformist designer Rick Owens has been mixing sophisticated aestheticism and punk rage, minimalism and flamboyance, in all the creative fields from fashion to furniture. His cult of chaos is now taking over the Triennale in Milan, which is paying him homage with the very first major retrospective of his career. Numéro asked him about this rite of passage.  Since founding his brand in 1994, the fearless and eminently non-conformist designer Rick Owens has been mixing sophisticated aestheticism and punk rage, minimalism and flamboyance, in all the creative fields from fashion to furniture. His cult of chaos is now taking over the Triennale in Milan, which is paying him homage with the very first major retrospective of his career. Numéro asked him about this rite of passage. 

The search for the absolute
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The search for the absolute

Design Since the late 1960s, many is the designer who has attempted to arrive at pure form, to pare things down to the essential, to reduce the idea to its most simple expression. Numéro takes a look at some of the most remarkable results. Since the late 1960s, many is the designer who has attempted to arrive at pure form, to pare things down to the essential, to reduce the idea to its most simple expression. Numéro takes a look at some of the most remarkable results.

Portfolio: Mathieu Lehanneur’s marble oceans
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Portfolio: Mathieu Lehanneur’s marble oceans

Design French designer Mathieu Lehanneur is showing his first exhibition in the USA at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York. A surreal vision of the ocean’s dynamics, Ocean Memories is unquestionably a worthy successor to his Liquid Marble series. French designer Mathieu Lehanneur is showing his first exhibition in the USA at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York. A surreal vision of the ocean’s dynamics, Ocean Memories is unquestionably a worthy successor to his Liquid Marble series.

 Ron Arad, an unusual designer
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Ron Arad, an unusual designer

Design Ron Arad is without a doubt one of the most important figures in design art, a practice that blurs the boundaries between functionality of design and the pure aesthetics of sculpture that has so seduced the art market. But the designer knows how to create series of objects too, with equal success. An encounter with a designer as atypical as he is exuberant… Ron Arad is without a doubt one of the most important figures in design art, a practice that blurs the boundaries between functionality of design and the pure aesthetics of sculpture that has so seduced the art market. But the designer knows how to create series of objects too, with equal success. An encounter with a designer as atypical as he is exuberant…