[ perrier-jouët ] exclusive champagne sponsor of design miami/, continues bringing to life its art nouveau heritage with its new design partnership with the vienna based duo mischer’traxler. the project, perrier-jouët presents small discoveries by mischer’traxler, will be revealed at design miami/ 2 – 6 december 2014 with ephemerā, mischer’traxler’s master work of small discoveries, marking the starting point of a year-long artistic residency.
studio job | chartres | carpenters workshop gallery< |2009 -2012 | limited edition of 5 + 2 ap
[ carpenters workshop gallery ] presents studio job revisiting the world’s most beautiful monuments. the tour begins with big ben aftermath- a functional sculpture incorporating mechanical clockwork. we are then transported to historical france with inspiration from the famous chartres cathedral, then a quick stop to paris with eiffel tower lamp, which although made of hand-painted bronze appears to bend like rubber. finally, the journey becomes more far-flung and takes us to india with taj mahal table.
additionally, the gallery will show furniture pieces by franz west.
trapèze table | jean prouvé | laffanour – galerie downtown | 1954
[ laffanour – galerie downtown ] / paris presents an exceptional lineup of rare work by french masters. the highlights include pieces by jean prouvé, charlotte perriand, serge mouille, and jean royère. the gallery’s display is reflective of its commitment to promoting architects’ furniture designs and its vision rooted in the rapprochement between different art forms and shared by artists and designers of the 1950s.
bibliothèque bookcase | charlotte perriand | laffanour – galerie downtown | 1957
catch ceiling lamp – 10 glasses | lindsey adelman | customizable | nilufar gallery
[ nilufar gallery ] is pleased to invite you at the 10th edition of design miami to discover its selection of important pieces by lindsey adelman, fulvio bianconi for venini, lina bo bardi and carlo pagani, maas-fjetterstrom and barbro nilsson, martino gamper, nicholas hughes, vibeke klint, massimiliano locatelli, xavier lust, gio ponti, roberto giulio rida, sergio rodrigues, paavo tynell, nanda vigo.
bisazza wears emilio pucci
luxury italian mosaic company bisazza and legendary fashion house emilio pucci will showcase for the first time in north america bisazza wears emilio pucci, a new collection of bisazza mosaics inspired by historic emilio pucci prints, including new never-before-seen designs, into large-scale bisazza mosaics. the collection will be on view in miami at the bisazza (3740 ne 2nd avenue), and emilio pucci (155 ne 40th street) showrooms, both located in the design district.
[ welcome to the future ] an installation by new york-based artist daniel arsham explores this interplay between technology and the passing of time. he’s created a fictional archaeological site filled with 20th-century media devices—nintendo controllers, boom boxes, electric guitars, slr cameras, blackberry phones, vhs tapes, walkman players, film projectors, portable televisions, radios—all rendered in ancient geological materials, like volcanic ash, crystal, and obsidian. to create the site, arsham dug an excavation trench 25 feet in diameter into the concrete floor of the gallery and filled it with his new-old sculptures. [ kickstarter ]
>locust projects | 3852 north miami avenue miami design district
[ 2014 exhibitors ]
ammann gallery – cologne
antonella villanova – florence
caroline van hoek – brussels
carpenters workshop gallery – london & paris
carwan gallery – beirut
casati gallery -chicago
cristina grajales gallery – new york
demisch danant – new york
edward cella art + architecture – los angeles
erastudio & apartment-gallery – milan
galerie jacques lacoste – paris
galerie kreo – paris
galerie maria wettergren – paris
galerie pascal cuisinier – paris
galerie patrick seguin – paris
galerie vivid – rotterdam
galleria o. – rome
gallery diet – miami
gallery seomi – seoul & los angeles
hostler burrows – new york
jason jacques inc. – new york johnson trading gallery – new york
jousse entreprise – paris
laffanour – galerie downtown – paris
louisa guinness gallery – london
magen h gallery – new york
moderne gallery – philadelphia
nilufar gallery – milan
ornamentum – hudson
pierre marie giraud – brussels
priveekollektie contemporary art + design – heusden aan de maas
r & company – new york
southern guild – cape town
victor hunt design art dealer – brussels
volume gallery – chicago
[ special exhibitions ]
of the 35 galleries at design miami/ 2014 11 are among those that participated in the first year of the fair in 2005. several of these founding galleries present special exhibitions that celebrate the growth of the collectible design market over the past decade. these include a display dedicated to public commissions in france from the 1960s and 70s from demisch danant; an exhibition on the functional, durable furniture created for universities by charlotte perriand, jean prouvé and le corbusier from galerie patrick seguin; a monograph on rick kauffman’s new york art et industrie gallery and the creative crossover surrounding it from magen h gallery, and newly commissioned works debuting at the fair with cristina grajales gallery, galerie kreo, r & company and nilufar.
[ special commissions ]
design miami/ 2014 features a significant number of special commissions, including works in glass, stone and acrylic. ammann//gallery presents the sakala vase by satyendra pakhalé, his first work in blown murano glass; galerie vivid presents commissioned works by finnish-born designer janne kyttanen, which take the designer’s 3d printed aluminum sedona bench as their point of departure; max lamb creates a granite lamp for johnson trading gallery made over six days using stitch drilling, and jeweler ted noten unveils a table – his first foray into furniture – at ornamentum.
[ a bronze age ]
it may have associations with the earliest days of human craft, but bronze is very much the material of the moment at design miami/. from artist jewelry to monumental decorative works, via furniture and lighting, the cast metal is deployed across multiple formats at this year’s fair. casati gallery introduces the work of chicago-based designer steven haulenbeek with a collection of bronze mirrors, furniture, lights and objects all distinguished by the ‘chaotic texture’ produced by casting in ice. carwan gallery debuts furniture pieces combining bronze, onyx, mother of pearl, resins, fine inlaid wood and silver-plated brass by italian architect vincenzo de cotiis. carpenters workshop gallery shows a new collection of iconoclastic architectural-themed bronzes from studio job; and new furniture pieces and jewelry by claude lalanne are exhibited by louisa guinness gallery.
[ cabinets of curiosity ]
spanning the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, design curio/ presents four immersive environments of objects, textures, artifacts and ideas that truly challenge and contextualize familiar design narratives. this first edition, in celebration of the fair’s 10th anniversary, emphasizes surprising installations of scientific research alongside handcraft and creative production. these include oceanic art and design endeavor coral morphologic’s blue room, offering a coral-eye view of miami’s aquatic waterscapes; beijing’s gallery all presenting naihan li’s latest installation from her i am a monument series, recreating beijing’s cityscape to a scale of 1:100 with billowing smog rising amongst buildings reimagined as furniture pieces. koenig & clinton and joe sheftel gallery partner to present a collection of sottsass objects interacting with works by the memphis group in a jewel-box space; patrick parrish gallery invites visitors to experience the vertiginous grid-based exhibition: surfaces on which your setting and sitting will be uncertain, displaying a group of sculptural furniture objects by ro/lu with matching clothing designs by various projects.
event> design miami/ 2014 @designmiami #designmiami
dates> 3 – 7 december 2014
venue> meridian & 19th street miami beach, usa
december 3-4/ 10am-8pm
december 5/ 11am-8pm
december 6/ 12-8pm
december 7/ 12-6pm