Homage to Joe Colombo

Kartell remasters an iconic chair in tribute to one of furniture's most innovative Italian designers

To commemorate the life and work of Joe Colombo, Italian design company Kartell has reissued his iconic 4801 chair. Designed in 1965, the 4801 was the first of 12 objects that Colombo created for Kartell until his premature death in 1971. In conjunction with the new release, Kartell is hosting “Homage to Joe Colombo”, an exhibition at the R20th Century gallery in collaboration with the …

Resolve

An artist-curated group show redefines contemporary Realism

The first in a series of artist-curated exhibitions at NYC’s Joshua Liner Gallery, “Resolve” gathers together the peers and influencing figures of the highly skilled painter Tony Curanaj. Each of the 25 contemporary artists included in the group show is classically trained and collectively they demonstrate the diversity of Realism. “Resolve” explores the human experience artists have with a subject, and the truth in their …

Blind Cut

Two young curators contemplate deception through a range of works that question reality

In magic, a blind cut refers to when the illusionist appears to shuffle a deck of cards, but in reality, hasn’t actually shuffled them at all. This sleight-of-hand trick is also the befitting title of the forthcoming exhibition at NYC’s Marlborough Chelsea gallery, a group show curated by Jonah Freeman and Vera Neykov. Tapping revered Belgian artist Marcel Broodthaers as its thematic anchor, “Blind Cut” …