Alexander Díaz Andersson
We're pleased to present artist and designer Alexander Díaz Andersson. Award-winning Díaz Andersson creates contemporary sculptural pieces inspired by the future and informed by the past centuries history of woodworking traditions. With precision, sensitivity and emotion he is balancing industrial craftmanship, artisanal imperfection and a commitment to excellence in every detail. Swedish-born Andersson is based in Mexico City and Los Angeles.
Limited Edition / Hand knotted rug
Kalkeriet is pleased to present 'Black Jello Heart', a limited edition hand knotted rug by Richard Bernstein, part of 'Henzel Studio Collaborations / Heritage'. Blurring the line between commercial and fine art, Bernstein’s technicolor work, on canvases and magazine covers, captured the glamor, extravagance, and innovation of the Pop Art era. Bernstein’s works are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; National Portrait Gallery, Washington D.C., Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, among others.
Images: Courtesy of Richard Bernstein Foundation
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