Mette Kargo Hvid

Mette Kargo Hvid

Denmark / MA Textile Design
Mette Kargo Hvid
Flere idéer fra Mette Kargo
diary / evam eva|kondo knit co.,ltd

diary / evam eva|kondo knit co.,ltd

Erna Aaltonen: The work of Erna Aaltonen (1951) is marked by a supremely elegant conceptual minimalism, combining form, color and surface structure into one continuous whole. The deliberate simplicity of her pieces combined with the deep colours represent for numerous international collectors the quintessence of contemporary Finnish aesthetics. Using coarse...

Erna Aaltonen: The work of Erna Aaltonen (1951) is marked by a supremely elegant conceptual minimalism, combining form, color and surface structure into one continuous whole. The deliberate simplicity of her pieces combined with the deep colours represent for numerous international collectors the quintessence of contemporary Finnish aesthetics. Using coarse...

Erna Aaltonen

Erna Aaltonen

Pottery by Ceramic Artist Erna Aaltonen

Pottery by Ceramic Artist Erna Aaltonen

Erna Aaltonen  via seed capsules

Erna Aaltonen via seed capsules

©ECAL/Mugi Yamamoto

©ECAL/Mugi Yamamoto

Ettore-Sottsass-exhibition_Friedman-Benda_Postmodernism_dezeen_468_19

Ettore-Sottsass-exhibition_Friedman-Benda_Postmodernism_dezeen_468_19

370 Likes, 4 Comments - Friedman Benda (@friedman_benda) on Instagram: “Faye Toogood's "Mobile 1" will be one of many pieces shown at the @philamuseum alongside Oki Sato…”

370 Likes, 4 Comments - Friedman Benda (@friedman_benda) on Instagram: “Faye Toogood's "Mobile 1" will be one of many pieces shown at the @philamuseum alongside Oki Sato…”

This furniture, which was created for New York gallery Friedman Benda, is a continuation of GT2P's ongoing investigations into volcanic rock. It has already incorporated the material into a collection of lights, using smoothed chunks of lava as dimmer switches.

This furniture, which was created for New York gallery Friedman Benda, is a continuation of GT2P's ongoing investigations into volcanic rock. It has already incorporated the material into a collection of lights, using smoothed chunks of lava as dimmer switches.

coleoftheforest: Cabinet no. 78. Ettore Sottsass, 2006. Materials not listed in Friedman Benda Gallery catalog, where the piece was first shown in the USA in 2007, the year of Sottsass’ death. Possibly aniline stain over amboyna burl veneer. "I think that the future doesn’t exist. what we think of today as the future isn’t the future. People are always afraid of the future, and the future has always been a disaster, like the present is a disaster. But rhetoric about the future bothers ...

coleoftheforest: Cabinet no. 78. Ettore Sottsass, 2006. Materials not listed in Friedman Benda Gallery catalog, where the piece was first shown in the USA in 2007, the year of Sottsass’ death. Possibly aniline stain over amboyna burl veneer. "I think that the future doesn’t exist. what we think of today as the future isn’t the future. People are always afraid of the future, and the future has always been a disaster, like the present is a disaster. But rhetoric about the future bothers ...