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Moss Los Angeles

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Moss Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA -
Venue Type: Gallery


Sushi IV Chair, Fernando and Humberto CampanaFernando and Humberto Campana, Sushi IV Chair,
2003, felt, textiles, synthetics rolled into concentric rings, 39 1/4" x 39 1/4" x 35 1/2"
© Moss
Where There\'s Smoke: Zig Zag Chair (Rietveld), Maarten BaasMaarten Baas,
Where There's Smoke: Zig Zag Chair (Rietveld),
2003, Cherrywood, burnt and finished with an epoxy resin and a polyurethane lacquer with UV-filter, 29 1/2" x 17" x 14 2/3"
© Moss
Fishnet Chair, Marcel WandersMarcel Wanders, Fishnet Chair,
2006, aramid and carbon fibers; epoxy, 33" x 14" x 29 1/2"
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Perished Collection Bench, Studio JobStudio Job, Perished Collection Bench,
2006, hand-crafted furniture in Macassar Ebony wood with laser-cut Bird’s Eye Maple inlays, 79" x 18" x 134"
© Moss
Petit Jardin Bench, Tord BoontjeTord Boontje, Petit Jardin Bench,
2006, laser-cut steel, zinc and powder coated, 47 1/4" x 86 1/2" x 47 1/4"
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CU 29, Tom DixonTom Dixon, CU 29,
2007, expanded polystyrene clad in an electro-deposited layer of 99.9% pure copper, 28 3/4" x 36 1/2" x 36 1/2"
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L\'Albero, Andrea SalvettiAndrea Salvetti, L'Albero,
2007, 10,000 cast aluminum leaves, 177" x 30" x 118"
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Shadow Chair, Gaetano PesceGaetano Pesce, Shadow Chair,
2007, liquid expanded polyurethane fill, fabric composition: 38% cotton, 8% polyurethane, 54% PVC, 43 1/3 x 39 1/3" x 51" (large)
Solid S1 Stool, Patrick JouinPatrick Jouin, Solid S1 Stool,
2005, Painted resin; polymide powder, built throught Selective Laser Sintering, 13 1/4" x 13 1/4" x 17 1/4"
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Clay Furniture, Maarten BaasMaarten Baas, Clay Furniture,
2006, Industrial clay, hand-modeled on top of Baas-designed metal 'skeletons' surface painted with colored lacquer
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Pandas Chair, Fernando and Humberto CampanaFernando and Humberto Campana, Pandas Chair,
2006, stuffed animals. metal base, 41”x 37” x 25”
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Homework: Cookie Tin, Studio JobStudio Job, Homework: Cookie Tin,
2006, bronze, wood, 72" height
© Moss Los Angeles
Gun Cabinet with Marigolds, Peter MarigoldPeter Marigold, Gun Cabinet with Marigolds,
2009, wood, acrylic, gypsum casting composite and fiberglass, 47 1/4" H x 11" x 9 1/2"
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Multi Marfa, Andy CoolquittAndy Coolquitt, Multi Marfa,
2009, metal, wire and light bulb, 70"H x 48" x 5"
Pyramid of Makkum, Hella JongeriusHella Jongerius, Pyramid of Makkum,
2008, 11 individual elements in faïence; cloth straps; metal wall bracket, 55" height
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Moss Los Angeles is a gallery focusing on contemporary design.

Celebrating its 15th anniversary, Moss has continuously presented, through highly curated exhibitions as well as its installations at Design Miami, the ever-evolving rich dialogue between Industrial Design and Studio Art, illuminating the intersections of various disciplines as they merge and morph, fluidly crossing boundaries and breaking taboos surrounding function, decoration, art and design. Championing the work of narrative as well as process-based conceptual artist/designers such as Maarten Baas, Fernando and Humberto Campana, Studio Job, Tord Boontje, Gaetano Pesce, Hella Jongerius, Tom Dixon, Arik Levy, and Andrea Salvetti, Moss articulates the vital thinking that is inherent in their works.

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