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Design Miami/ Basel 2019 Sees Galleries Combine Best of Historic Master Works with Contemporary Material Innovation/

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    Design Miami/ Basel 2019 Sees Galleries Combine Best of Historic Master Works with Contemporary Material Innovation/
    21.06.2019
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Notable Attendees/
Arthur Mamou-Mani, architect; Benedikt Taschen, publisher and art collector; Boris Vervoordt, art dealer; Catherine Lagrange, art collector; Craig Robins and Jackie Soffer; David Mugrabi, art collector; Domenico and Eleanore de Sole, art collectors; Douglas Durkin, interior designer; Edward Tyler Nahem, art dealer; François-Henri Pinault, businessman; Helen Schwab (of Charles Schwab Corporation), art collector; Howard and Cindy Rachofsky, art collectors; Iwan Wirth, art dealer; Joe and Marie Donnelly, art collectors; Jonathan Gray, Leon Black, investor and art collector; Luis Laplace, architect; Maja Hoffmann, art collector; Mary Zlot, art advisor; Mick Flick (Friedrich Christian Flick), lawyer and art collector; Petch Osathanugrah, art collector; Peter Soros, investment banker; Rachel and Jean-Pierre Lehmann, art collector and financier; Rafael de Cárdenas, architect; Raf Simons, designer; Mera and Don Rubell, art collectors; Studio Swine, designers; Tyler Brûlé, journalist and entrepreneur.

Design at Large/
Presented annually at the entrance to Design Miami/ Basel, Design at Large showcased historical and contemporary works in ambitious, large-scale displays that exceeded the spatial confines of a traditional gallery booth. For this edition the exhibition was curated by Curatorial Director Aric Chen around the theme of Elements: Earth. Nine galleries showcased the future of materials, resources, and making in the age of the Anthropocene, the current geological epoch in which human activity has been the dominant force in altering the planet.

CAdditional Programming/
The Swarovski Designers of the Future Award returned to Basel with its exhibition debuting the work of the winning emerging designers, leading a varied program of satellite exhibitions at the fair. The three-day Talks program, developed by Curatorial Director Aric Chen, took place in the Broadcast Theater. Furthering their partnership with Design Miami/’s Talks program, Therme Group once again collaborated with the fair to bring together leaders from the worlds of art, design, and architecture, including Hans Ulrich Obrist, Maja Hoffmann, Studio Swine, and more alongside a successful roster of curated panels featuring luminaries such as Deyan Sudjic, Mathieu Lehanneur, and Maria Cristina Didero, to name a few.

The fair once again shared a connecting entrance with Art Basel Unlimited. This thoroughfare saw a range of interactive and exploratory projects, such as Stuart Parr’s playful, nostalgic vision of the French Riviera, Connie Hüsser’s eccentric personal collection of decorative and utilitarian objects, First Stone’s designer showcase of sustainable and ageless materials, and a retrospective of Jean Prouvé’s architecture from Galerie Patrick Seguin. In the spirit of the theme Elements: Earth, Design Miami/ Basel partnered with A Plastic Planet to drastically reduce its consumption of single-use plastic. The formerly plastic cards issued to VIP members were replaced with paper and biodegradable PVC and the food offerings by Beschle, located on the fair’s ground floor and second level, were designated free of single-use plastics.

On the gallery floor, Brasilea Foundation and Laufen showcased their collaboration between the countries Brazil and Switzerland while Citco featured sculptural furniture by leading international designers. USM presented the Collectors Lounge in collaboration with Verpan, and Perrier-Jouët returned as the fair’s exclusive champagne sponsor. One All Every presented See A Clean Future with Ugo Rondinone and RVS Eyewear, a line of sunglasses that are sustainable from frame, to lens, to packaging. Pop-up stores do you read me?! and June Basel returned and, for the first time, Dr. Hauschka welcomed visitors outside the fair in an Airstream trailer dedicated to its 100 percent natural skincare and cosmetics.urio/
With fourteen Curio presentations, Design Miami/ Basel’s 2019 program was the most extensive in the fair’s history. The objects on view ranged from 300 AD to the present day, including experimental and rare design and decorative art from emerging and established makers, artists, and galleries.

Paul Hughes Fine Arts celebrated Josef and Anni Albers’s admiration of historic Andean textiles and their kinship with indigenous weavers in a striking presentation. Alongside their main gallery booth, Nilufar Gallery presented FAR, a showcase of individual contemporary designers who often work collectively, including works by Bram Vanderbeke, Destroyers/Builders, Odd Matter, and Wendy Andreu. Boghossian, six-generation family jewelers, revealed a modern cabinet of curiosities with pieces inspired by silk weaving practices and crafted from the last remaining pieces of an 18-karat gold silk. Milan-based Camp Design Gallery continued its collaboration with Adam Nathaniel Furman, a colorful collection realized in partnership with Abet Laminati.






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