PAD LONDON

Pavilion of Art + Design London, Berkeley Square, Mayfair, W1, 15th-19th October 2014

Tloupas Philolaos Ensemble of six objects, bouteilles, boîte, entonnoir et saleron, en inox (stainless-steel) ciselé. C 1960. © Mathieu Ferrier Courtesy of ALB Antiquities – Antoine Broccardo

Tloupas Philolaos
Ensemble of six objects, bouteilles, boîte, entonnoir et saleron, en inox (stainless-steel) ciselé. C 1960.
© Mathieu Ferrier
Courtesy of ALB Antiquities – Antoine Broccardo

PAD London returns for its eighth year and still flies the flag as a destination for the best in 20th Century and contemporary arts and design. The sixty-two exhibitors include some who sell antiquities and ethnographical art and this year Finch & Co show a veritable cabinet of curiosities with items from around the world.

Ethnic group : SONGYE Country : Congo Period : Early 20th century Material : Wood and polychromy Height : 20 in. Origin : Formerly in a French collection Photo © Hughes Dubois Courtesy of Lucas Ratton

Ethnic group : SONGYE
Country : Congo
Period : Early 20th century
Material : Wood and polychromy
Height : 20 in.
Origin : Formerly in a French collection
Photo © Hughes Dubois
Courtesy of Lucas Ratton

An exciting newcomer to the show is the famous French porcelain factory and museum Sèvres – Cité de la céramique. Although established in 1740 it still flourishes today and will be showing commissioned modern and contemporary pieces by leading designers. Don’t miss the life-size ceramic dress by the Brazilian fashion designer Gustavo Lins.

Gustavo Lins Robe 2013 Unique piece Soft-paste porcelain biscuit, petit-feu grey glaze, gold, bronze structure and LEDs. This work was presented in January 2013 during Gustavo Lins’ spring/summer haute couture show. Copyright: Gérard Jonca for Sèvres-Cité de la céramique

Gustavo Lins
Robe
2013
Unique piece
Soft-paste porcelain biscuit, petit-feu grey glaze, gold, bronze structure and LEDs.
This work was presented in January 2013 during Gustavo Lins’ spring/summer haute couture show.
Copyright: Gérard Jonca for Sèvres-Cité de la céramique

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PAUL EVANS Faceted Cabinet Usa 1970 Paul Evans for Studio Diectional Cabinet features two bi-fold doors concealing four adjustable shelves Chrome-plated steel Laminate wood Dimension 84w x 25d x 32.25 inches, 213 w x 63.5 d x 82 cm Courtesy of Galleria Rosella Colombari

PAUL EVANS
Faceted Cabinet
Usa 1970
Paul Evans for Studio Diectional
Cabinet features two bi-fold doors concealing four adjustable shelves
Chrome-plated steel
Laminate wood
Dimension 84w x 25d x 32.25 inches, 213 w x 63.5 d x 82 cm
Courtesy of Galleria Rosella Colombari

Agostino Bonalumi (Vimercate 1935 – 2013 Milan) Rosso 1965 Shaped canvas and vinyl tempera, 110.5 x 100cm/43.3x 39.4in Signed and dated on the back Authentication number: 65-072 Courtesy of Robilant + Voena

Agostino Bonalumi (Vimercate 1935 – 2013 Milan)
Rosso
1965
Shaped canvas and vinyl tempera,
110.5 x 100cm/43.3x 39.4in
Signed and dated on the back
Authentication number: 65-072
Courtesy of Robilant + Voena

Atelier Van Lieshout | Caretaker Lamp 2014 Patinated Bronze H72 D38 Cm / H28.3 D15 In Limited Edition Of 8 + 4 Ap Courtesy of Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Atelier Van Lieshout | Caretaker Lamp
2014
Patinated Bronze
H72 D38 Cm / H28.3 D15 In
Limited Edition Of 8 + 4 Ap
Courtesy of Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Carlos Cruz Diez Chromointerférence, 2013                  18 kt yellow gold in black rhodium, impresac acrylic with UV pigment. 6 cm diameter Edition of 10 Signed and numbered Courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani

Carlos Cruz Diez
Chromointerférence, 2013
18 kt yellow gold in black rhodium, impresac acrylic with UV pigment.
6 cm diameter
Edition of 10
Signed and numbered
Courtesy of Elisabetta Cipriani

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