Gallery Loupe at Collective Design Fair 2017
Exhibition / 03 May 2017 - 07 May 2017
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Vintage and contemporary works, ranging from furniture to jewelry, by both noted and new artists, will be presented in imaginative, often breathtaking, installations that promise a dramatic atmosphere even more exhilarating this year than in the past.
Artist listPeter Bauhuis, Naama Bergman, Doris Betz, Attai Chen, Georg Dobler, Thomas Gentille, Steven Gordon Holman, Margit Jäschke, Matt Lambert, Zachery Lechtenberg, Bruce Metcalf, Evert Nijland, Renzo Pasquale, Jennifer Trask, Annamaria zanella
Once again Gallery Loupe is proud to be exhibiting at Collective Design. Celebrating its fifth year, Collective Design continues to offer the best of international design and material culture. Presented in an edgy industrial space-Skylight Clarkson Square-conveniently located in New York City's West SoHo, this broad-based fair plays host to some of the most innovative galleries and artists from around the world. Vintage and contemporary works, ranging from furniture to jewelry, by both noted and new artists, will be presented in imaginative, often breathtaking, installations that promise a dramatic atmosphere even more exhilarating this year than in the past. Some objects in this eclectic array are quite rare and/or avant-garde. An informative and enjoyable program of talks, discussions, and demonstrations will provide an even richer experience for the visitor. This year Gallery Loupe will be featuring new and recent works by Jennifer Trask, Attai Chen, and Evert Nijland in booth 15
Jennifer Trask is notable for jewelry and sculpture that combines animal bone, fragments of Baroque picture frames, and gold leaf, as well as jewelry of precious metal, gemstones, and organic substances such as snake vertebrae. Work Accretions focus on the heart -romantically as well as literally.
Attai Chen is informed by the faded hues of his native Israel, as well as the saturated colors of his present home in Germany. Exploring polarities in both mind and matter, Chen treats raw materials as if encountering them for the first time, without preconception.
Evert Nijland's dutch jeweler objects and jewelry navigate a spectacular course between the primal and sophisticated, historic and modern, luxe and quotidian, tangible and intellectual, investigating cultural markers long considered opposite.
Gallery Loupe will also be showing a selected works by group of other well established artists.
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