Art, Design and yes, food all mixes in our Fall Culture and Design Guide. We edited the places to go to discover art, a restaurant by a gallerist that creates art with each dish and the objects that make an artful impression on your table.
A tiny Restaurant with a big impact.
When the Swedish gallery owner Sebastian Schildt opens his new restaurant Oxenstiernan it must be a visual feast. Not only is it dedicated to local and sustainable produce at every level it is also a platform where you get inspired by local food and local design; a place which speaks to all senses, located in a historical building dating back to the 18th century in central Stockholm.
LICHT gallery in the happening neighbourhood of Meguro-ku, Tokyo is showing posters by French artist and designer Ronan Bouroullec from the 23rd October till the 7th November. He works together with his brother Erwan Bouroullec on many design projects, like Cappellini, Kvadrat and Vitra to name a few. They have their design Studio in Paris.
We think that the glass objects of artist and master glass maker Jochen Holz are objects of art for daily living.
In his Studio in East London he creates bespoke objects, jewellery, and neon light sculptures. He is originally trained in lamp working in Germany before studying glass at Edinburgh College of Art and The RCA
Letting the process and materiality of molten glass play a central role in his work, a high level of spontaneous decisions and intuition are present in his design.
The blowing series by artist Seungjin Yang is all about happiness and inspired by the people that surround him.
He gained international recognition through his participation in exhibitions in Korea, Milan, and Dubai. Having grown up in eastern South Korea, he moved to Seoul to study metal art and design at Hongik University while simultaneously working for acclaimed Korean designer Kwangho Lee.
In 2013 after graduating, Yang launched his own studio, where he creates a friendly yet bold aesthetic that leaves a long-lasting impression.
He is best known for his Blowing Series of curvaceous and playful furniture pieces made of epoxy resin coated onto balloons.
The swiss born artist, Caroline Denervaud`s art is about painting and movement. In her work, she transformed her passion for movement into painting and creates a sensual dialogue between the body and dance, using sweeping organic gestures and motions to gracefully compose sculptural shapes with an improvised rhythm onto canvas.
A former student of contemporary dance at the Trinity Laban college in London, and of fine arts in Paris where she now lives, Denervaud’s personal art practice is both beautiful and experimental, using her body as a tool of expression.
Her Solo Show, built yourself a garden will open tomorrow night at 6pm at Roman Sviridov Gallery in Paris