STROLABLE BY SILVER SENTIMENTI

 

Born in Italy, he grew up in a sewing workshop and he express hisself from childhood through drawings.

He graduated in 1989 with a degree in ceramic sculpture at the Gaetano Ballardini Institute in Faenza.

He continued my studies at the School of Fine Arts in Bologna with a degree of Scenographer obtained in 1994.

Based in Paris since 1997, he worked for many workshops of Haute Couture and movie costumes and Operas. In 2014, wishing to find again connection with ceramics, he conducted training in potter wheels at ATC school in Paris.

With wheels practice , he discovered a new form of expression, powerful, connecting material, gesture, curves.

The inspirations are several, but the starting point is often the raw material.

He like what we can get through expertise and connections between the material and hand.

His creations are unique pieces or very limited editions, made by me in noble materials,

or ennobled by his knowledge, each object retains its uniqueness.

 

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LAMPS BY LINDSEY ADELMAN

Lindsey Adelman lives and works in her hometown of New York City. She has specialized in lighting design since 1996. Founded in 2006, her studio has grown into a group of forty with a recent location opening in Los Angeles. The lighting collections are driven by developing industrial modular systems to capture the ephemeral, fleeting beauty of nature.  She is challenged and seduced by the immaterial substance of light and is obsessed with creating forms that maximize light’s sensual effect and highlight emptiness. Adelman’s work has been exhibited at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Design Miami, Nilufar Gallery, and BDDW, among others. For many years, the studio has embraced a philanthropic mission supporting the Robin Hood Foundation to fight poverty in New York City. Adelman credits much of the studio’s current success to this desire to make an impact. Adelman lives with her designer husband Ian and their son Finn in Brooklyn.

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Tipees by Aurélie Gravas

AG_Tipies_Tipees, huile, spraypaint, craie, fusain sur bois, 210 x 160 cm, 2019

 

What is painting for me ? The desire to create a space where i can stay until the end of time.»There are numerous way to look at a painting. We can enjoy what a painting represents, we canwonder how the artist produced it, or question his/her intention or the phsycological bene t expected to be drawn from it. Just as there is many ways to look at a painting and nd meanig or justi cation, there are also several reasons for creating it: an artist may create out vanity ( leave his/her mark in the world), out of idleness ( something to do), out of habit ( routine practice) or out of pleasure ( the joy of doing something new or experimental ). Perhaps the error is to consi- der artistic creation, Die Schöpfung, as a process capable of being homogenised, universalised and identical for all creators.

Let us consider the painting of Aurélie Gravas, a french artist established in Brussels, and statefrom the outset that we appreciate it in these few lines through the prism of speci ty, not of uni- versality. Aurélie Gravas’ style is unique to her. Based on collage , brushing and tracing with avery speci c layout, it escapes all narration, oscillate between guration and abstraction, honourstradition and is embodied, unvarnished, by references to great elders, while following a unique theme. Another singular point that we take into consideration is that the new title of this new col- lection of paintings, « Tipees », exhibited this winter in Brussels, is rather sibyline.

The Tepee? This Native American habitat made of wood is more precarious than solid, and noma- dic as sedentary.

A process: In a dozen paintings of different formats, Tipees opens our eyes to a colorful universethat is sometimes gurative and sometimes abstract. These compositions resist any narration asthey do not tell a story, but rather focus on situations….

Paul Ardenne, «Tipees», Éditions Le Bord de l’eau / La Muette, Février 2020

 

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Copper Bobbin by Alice Anderson

 Alice Anderson’s performative practice engenders wire sculptures, pastels, drawings, and corten capsule, aiming to answer the big issues produced by digital evolution concerning our relationship to the world and the other.

To lead this reflection, Anderson physically draws ‘’memorial’’ circuits auround objects and spaces.
 
After developping, some years ago, a weaving technique using copper wire (copper symbolizes the connectivity to digital world), Anderson’s practice generated new physical relationships to objects and spaces ‘memorizing’ objects and architectures. 
 
The fields openned by 21st century’s technical progress questionning human condition as enriched and defyed, has led Anderson to re-read ancestral cultures in which the primary senses are put in a sanctuary and celebrated. This is the case, for example, for the Aruacos culture in the Sierra Nevada, Colombia and its relation to nature, universe, and the spiritual action of weaving.
 
Alice Anderson did her first solo exhibition in 2011 in the Freud Museum, London. These sculptures and performances were presented at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 2012, at the 55th Venice Biennale in 2013, at the Wellcome Collection London and at the Espace Culture Louis Vuitton in Paris, 2015, at the Saatchi Gallery and the Royal Academy of the Arts in 2016 and at Drawing Room London and Centre Pompidou in 2017.
 
Born in 1972. She lives and works in England.
La patinoire Royale
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One Million Murders by Sozyone Gonzalez

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Pablo Sozyone Gonzalez has been working on lines, shapes and rhythms for over 25 years. Raised with joy and humour by his proud and modest Spanish family from the province of Asturia who fled Franco’s Spain, Sozyone very quickly felt free to think and do whatever he wanted, wherever he wanted in his hometown, Brussels. 
 
In 1988 at the age of 15, Sozyone met his first artistic partner Smimooz; together they tagged everywhere, all the time, whilst writing the first rhymes and lyrics for the Hip Hop band De Puta Madre. Within a few years he became a reference in the whole of Belgium for his music, his texts and his paintings. 
 
In 2004, Sozyone held his first gallery exhibition ‘One Million Murders’ (Alice Gallery). Between 2003 and 2013 he concentrated on one concept only : ‘La Voyoucratie’ (Gangstocracy), portraying the most beautiful specimens from the mafia, French anarchists on bicycles or in front-engined cars or BMWs, German terrorists from the bell-bottomed 70’s, the old regulars in Marseille Port, the Spanish commies, the street gangs from New York, the gentlemen thieves of the Place Vendôme… A romantic universe smelling of poppy and gun powder, where profiles have broken noses and eyes are fierce. The exhibition ‘G.I.P.S.Y. / Graffiti Is Probably Scaring You’ (Speerstra Gallery) marks the end of this gangstocratic period. In 2013, Sozyone and Jaba Mathieu team up on a 2 year adventure. Between Singapore, L.A. and Valencia, they develop, write and complete ‘Enemies’, a 142 page hard cover intergalactic comic book (Ankama Editions, oct. 2015). 
 
In 2015, Sozyone begins a new chapter : ‘The End of The Empire’ : a carefree universe whose peaceful characters all wander casually around , almost inert, aimless but alive at the heart of a noisy city, expecting a terror attack or a tidal wave, holding on to their phones in order to be ready to capture the moment, whichever it may be.
 
‘When I was 9, I constantly thought about death, I was waiting for the catastrophe to happen, for the accident, the nuclear bomb that would blow up the city, I imagined a river of lava and saw myself running between the torrents of rue Royale and the mutilated bodies of my schoolmates. I’d seen a documentary on Hiroshima, and thought they must have seen the end of the world, the end of human kind, the end of the universe… But they didn’t see it coming, as in Pompei, or in Nepal today. I paint those few moments before the end, the last second, that precise instant where man, the human element, is in harmony with the cosmos.’  – interview between Sozyone Gonzalez and Arturo Tortura.

 

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Rough table by Samuel Accoceberry

 

Born in Bordeaux, lives and works in Paris.

Graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Art in Nancy and the Raymond Loewy School in product design.
Samuel worked for 10 years for prestigious design agencies in France and Italy, such as Arik Levy, Antonio Citterio, and Rodolfo Dordoni.

In 2010, he launched his own studio and worked with various companies as a designer and art director.

Samuel was honored in 2013 by the Grand Prix of Creation of Paris City for all his creations, as well as for his creative approach. He also received various international awards, including 3 Red Dot Design Awards and a German Design Award.

In its works, he attaches particular interest to promote the know-hows, to the beautiful workmanship, and to the place of the human being in the project, whether it be with a craft structure or a company.

Above all, Samuel sees above all creation as an open-plan ensemble, and thus works in different fields of design such as furniture, industrial design, street furniture, lighting, spaces, scenography, artistic direction for a company, limited edition pieces. He also collaborates with architects on more specific projects.
The expression of his creations tends towards a pure line, contemporary, elegant, and with a graphic effect sought.

Rough is a powerful and distinguished painting. Neither oval, nor rectangular, its tray has a free and real shape, as if it did not yet seem domesticated. With its refined chamfered edges, it could have been cut from the mass. The massive feet, meanwhile, evoke the interlacing of the trunks of the forest, and also seem to gather in the center of the table, to allow guests to sit where they want.

 

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Model : Rough

Designer : Samuel Accoceberry

Period : 2020

Origin : France

Dimension : W 240-300 x D 105 x H 76 cm

 

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Rough table by Samuel Accoceberry

Born in Bordeaux, lives and works in Paris.

Graduated from the Ecole Nationale Supérieure d’Art in Nancy and the Raymond Loewy School in product design.
Samuel worked for 10 years for prestigious design agencies in France and Italy, such as Arik Levy, Antonio Citterio, and Rodolfo Dordoni.

In 2010, he launched his own studio and worked with various companies as a designer and art director.

Samuel was honored in 2013 by the Grand Prix of Creation of Paris City for all his creations, as well as for his creative approach. He also received various international awards, including 3 Red Dot Design Awards and a German Design Award.

In its works, he attaches particular interest to promote the know-hows, to the beautiful workmanship, and to the place of the human being in the project, whether it be with a craft structure or a company.

Above all, Samuel sees above all creation as an open-plan ensemble, and thus works in different fields of design such as furniture, industrial design, street furniture, lighting, spaces, scenography, artistic direction for a company, limited edition pieces. He also collaborates with architects on more specific projects.
The expression of his creations tends towards a pure line, contemporary, elegant, and with a graphic effect sought.

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Model : Rough

Designer : Samuel Accoceberry

Period : 2019

Origin : France

Dimension : W 240-300 x D 105 x H 76 cm

Materials : bronze and the top in brushed and stained spruce.

 

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Tray by Marie Michielssen

Home designer Marie Michielssen draws her inspiration from daily life. She lets different stimuli lead and inspire her to make new designs. Her impressions are translated into original designs such as tealights, vases, flower pots and canvass bags which invariably come back in a new form in every new collection. Marie also gives old or forgotten materials a new use.

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Model : Tray

Designer : Marie Michielssen

Period : 2020

Origin : Belgian

Dimension : 60 X 30 X 18

Material : wood

 

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Couture Geometric by Lorenza Bozzoli

Born in Milan and a graduate of the Academy of Brera, Lorenza Bozzoli’s career has spanned stretches in both her hometown and the city of New York, where she has worked in both the worlds of fashion and design. Collaborating with brands such as Basile, Camper, Sergio Rossi, Plein Sud, as well as Alessi, Moooi, Dedon, Tato italia, Edition Milano and Spazio Pontaccio, Bozzoli’s bespoke luxury home accessories aptly encapsulate the designer’s background in working with a diverse variety of companies and industries.

 

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Model : Couture geometric

Designer :Lorenza Bozzoli

Period : 2020

Origin : Italy

Dimension : D 30x H30 cm and on request

Material : beech wood , velvet

 

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