Coca-Cola’s “contour bottle” has been a brand icon since its inception in 1916. Entirely recyclable, the bottle can be collected, washed and refilled after each use. Nendo’s collection of bowls and dishes is made from bottles exhausted by extensive recycling. Captivated by the fine air bubbles and distortions, a hallmark of recycled glass, Nendo decided […]
This cabinet was utilized on the top floor of Bub Yoshino which housed a small, private room reserved for important clients. The cabinet features a mirrored glass side, one door concealing shelf, two drawers and a separate rolling a cabinet that pulls away from the large cabinet featuring two drawers and removable box. Sold with […]
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Edition of 40 prints, signed and numbered on the front.Produced by David Adamson, Washington. As is traditional in editions publishing, prices will rise as an edition starts to sell out. Please contact Jo Melvin at firstname.lastname@example.org should you require assistance purchasing this edition.
The limited edition Loose Fit 1 (Large/Black), 1999, 2015 was produced for Whitechapel Gallery to accompany her work included in the exhibition: Adventures of the Black Square: Abstract Art and Society, 1915 – 2015, 15 January – March, 2015
Edited by Iwona Blazwick and Magnus Af Petersens With essays by Tanya Barson, Briony Fer, Jiang Jiehong and Tom McDonough Exploring how the universal visual language of geometric abstraction relates to society and politics, Adventures of the Black Square traces a century of abstract art from 1915 to the present day, encompassing sculpture, film, photography, […]