Above: Select furniture designed by Gio Ponti.
Above: Illustrates Ponti’s range – buildings to carpets to table top objects to door hardware.
Above are some selections from Givenchy’s Pre-Fall 2013 collection.
From the Architizer Website,
“Riccardo Tisci may design clothes for the quintessentially Parisian couture house Givenchy, but his collections never stray far from his Italian roots. For Givenchy’s pre-fall collection, Tisci turned to his fellow countryman Gio Ponti, the famed architect, industrial designer, and founder of Domus magazine. Tisci’s sleek silhouettes — straight pencil skirts worn over slacks, minimalist floor-length columns — recalled some of Ponti’s most iconic buildings, such as the Pirelli Tower and Taranto Cathedral, both in Milan, while his modernist patchwork dresses and blouses paid homage to the architect’s playful furniture and product design.
From top: Ponti’s Taranto Cathedral, 1970 © G. Ponti archives/S. Licitra; two looks from the Givenchy’s pre-fall 2013 collection; a Gio Ponti rug (image via arkpad) flanked by two of Givenchy’s patchwork dresses; Givenchy’s sleek slate silhouettes recalled Ponti’s famous Pirelli Tower, 1958 (image via gioponti.com)”
This sculpture reminded me of a one-man-band.
FX Fowle Lounge
FX Fowle structural skin detail
Some poor interns probably spent hours making this
Tony Delap "Exacto the Mystic" at Rena Bransten Gallery
Eric Aho "Summer" at DC Moore Gallery
Rogelio Manzo shown at Jack Fischer Gallery
Rogelio Manzo detail
Christopher Taggart "People Looking at People"
Detail "people looking at people"
Comprised from 144 photographs, cut and recombined. The images were all taken from the Empire State building in New York.
And then there was this….
NADA: New Art Dealers at the Deauville Resort on Miami Beach DEC 6-9, 2012
Above: Sam Martineau shown at Rawson Projects
Above: Eddie Martinez at the Journal Gallery
Leo Gabin at Peres Projects
Above: Brent Wadden at Peres Projects
Above and Below: Michiel Ceulers at Mihai Nicodim
Above: Rana Begum at Galerie Christian Lethert
Above: Imi Knoebel at Galerie Christian Lethert
Lobby at the Deauville
Marni presents a collection of 100 chairs made in Colombia by ex-prisoners. This Marni venture aims to reinforce the prisoners resettlement into social and working life. All chairs consist of metal structure and multi-colored PVC threads featured on the backs and armrests. A common seat in Colombian local families, re-interpreted by Marni who modified the woven pattern and created new color variations.
The chairs are linked to the “L’Arte del Ritratto” project through a photo exhibition created in collaboration with the photographer and filmmaker Francesco Jodice. His performances are based on works of categorization: the chairs are used as background for a series of portraits of Marni teams from different departments. “L’Arte del Ritratto” is an homage dedicated to them, destined to last in time, which is also accompanied by a video that reports the shooting experience.