From the 2nd to the 8th October, PAD London 2017 will be exhibiting the Mouvements Modernes Gallery which will focus exclusively on the Neotu period. The Leading fair for 20th Century art, design and decorative arts takes place at the Berkely Square W1, in Mayfair and will count with the showcase of numerous galleries and designs which are the result of the participation of many young and upcoming artists. The Newly released gallery PAD, Mouvements Moderns was founded by Pierre Staudenmeyer, in 2002.
According to Martin Szekely, the designer who spearheaded the Neotu Gallery discloses that “A piece of furniture is a link between intellect, art and skill,” illustrating the ambivalence of the design discipline. In addition, the designer will be presenting a series of creations that belong to the collection PI, these designs have gained a legendary status worldwide in 1980’s.
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Matthew Chambers’ design
The Mouvements Modernes Gallery will continue with its furniture editor activities which are comprised of exhibiting the young artists’ designs, including Matthew Chambers, Yoshiaki Kojiro, Bae Sejin, Eve Hild, Andrea Walsh, Fabien Petiot, Yann le Bihan and Victoria Wilmotte. Moreover, the gallery will also highlight the only remaining example of the sculpture-mirror by Elizabeth Garouste.
A Table by Garouste & Bonetti
“Nourished by several influences, the artists presented by Mouvements Modernes explore the possibilities of materials, questioning our current trends, allowing the eye to continue to be surprised in front of new contemporaneousness. Through the prism of the material, they express the richness of contemporary creation, so proving the continuity of human creativity.”
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