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Design Miami/ Basel 2021

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    21.09.2021 - 26.09.2021
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Design Miami/ Basel 2021 explores ‘human nature,’ high modernism, French mid-century classics at fifteenth edition in September

Basel, August 2021/ With over 40 gallery presentations set to be showcased at Design Miami/ Basel in September (21-26) the upcoming edition of the fair will present a wealth of historical and contemporary works, from rare masterpieces to new works that examine our relationships with the world around us. For the first time, each of the pieces will be available to view and shop online at www.designmiami.com while also displayed on the show floor of the Messeplatz.

“This year’s presentations really offer an insightful snapshot of the current design market - from incredible works by icons from Prouvé, Lalanne, and Picasso, through to contemporary masterpieces such as Misha Kahn and Daniel and Boris Berlin. As we look forward to welcoming people back to Basel to experience these works and meet with the experts, we’re also excited to debut for the first time in Basel our online shopping and viewing experience, where all pieces on the showfloor will be available to view and shop online in real time,” Jennifer Roberts, CEO of Design Miami/.

 

Design Miami/ Basel 2021 Galleries/

AGO Projects/ Mexico City
Angela Weber Möbel/ Zurich
Bailly Gallery/ Geneva, Paris
Carpenters Workshop Gallery/ London, Paris, New York
Etage Projects/ Copenhagen
Friedman Benda/ New York
Galerie Eric Philippe/ Paris
Galerie kreo/ Paris
Galerie Maria Wettergren/ Paris
Galerie Meubles et Lumieres/ Paris
Galerie Mitterrand/ Paris
Galerie Patrick Seguin/ Paris
Galerie Philippe Gravier/ Paris
Galerie SCENE OUVERTE/ Paris
Galleria Rossella Colombari/ Milan
Geoffrey Diner Gallery/ Washington D.C.
Gokelaere & Robinson/Brussels, Knokke
Hemmerle/ Munich
Jousse Entreprise/ Paris
LAFFANOUR-Galerie Downtown/ Paris
Lebreton/San Francisco 
MANIERA/ Brussels
Morentz/Waalwijk
Pierre Marie Giraud/Brussels
SIDE Gallery/ Barcelona
Thomas Fritsch-ARTRIUM/ Paris
Thomsen Gallery/ New York

Design Miami/ Basel 2021 Curios/

Carpenters Workshop Jewellery/ London, Paris, New York
CONVERSO/ Chicago
Everyday Gallery/ Antwerp
Galleri Format Oslo/ Oslo
Gallery Japonesque/ San Francisco
Harry Nuriev/ Brooklyn
Mariana Bruun/ Copenhagen
Mercado Moderno/ Rio de Janeiro
Nadja Zerunian/ Vienna
Objective Gallery/ Shanghai
OKKIM STUDIO/ Seoul
Paul Bourdet Fine Furniture/ Paris
Peter Blake Gallery/ Laguna Beach
Todd Merrill Studio/ New York

Design Miami/ Basel 2021 Design at Large/

Carpenters Workshop Gallery/ London, Paris, New York
Galerie Mitterrand/ Paris
Joseph Walsh Studio/ Cork
Laffanour - Galerie Downtown/ Paris
Mathieu Lehanneur/ Paris
Noemi Saga Atelier/ Sāo Paolo

HUMAN NATURE/
Many of the gallerists, designers and partners are responding to HUMAN NATURE, this year’s Design Miami/ Basel curatorial theme exploring the evolving relationship between humans, nature--and human nature. In the downstairs hall, Design Miami/ and Superblue present the largest installation of DRIFT’s Shylights, the multi-sensory work inspired by the movement of plants as they respond to the sun and the moon - a process known as ‘nyctinasty’. As well as the immersive design experience, to be augmented by an interactive component, the space will play host to a series of programs during the week of the fair, from meditation sessions to modern dance performances. French designer Mathieu Lehanneur joins this year’s Design at Large program with a new work entitled State Of The World, a snapshot of our world today using demographic data provided by the United Nations and illustrated by an assemblage of anodized aluminum sculptures derived from three dimensional population pyramids of different countries. At Galerie Mitterrand, also part of the 2021 Design at Large program, Austrian artist Peter Kogler will present a new set of high and low tables in different sizes. The glass tables are silk screened with images that explore a world increasingly governed by the flow of information and electronic communications and connect to the physical experience of placelessness and disorientation felt by many.

Design Miami/ Basel’s Curatorial Director, Aric Chen said: “HUMAN NATURE asks how we might rethink the relationship between humans, nature, and human nature. The question of sustainability and planetary survival is not simply technical, but also cognitive, cultural and philosophical. As it becomes increasingly clear that human-centric worldviews and approaches are no longer tenable, we want to explore how design offers possibilities for reimagining our relationship with non-human beings and intelligences in more viable ways.”

FOUND OBJECTS/
At Antwerp’s Everyday Gallery, new work by Lionel Jadot is collaged from an eclectic assortment of found objects collected from around the world. Not employing any sketches or plans, Jadot instead puts his work together using a process only known by the artist, with the pieces assembled in the playful cadavre exquis working method. Atelier Van Asseldonk’s Blackhole Mirror at Gallery SCENE OUVERTE cobbles together a miscellany of exuberant objects through an approach based on techniques of collage and powered by DIY artisan techniques. The designers see themselves as contemporary craftsmen or rather ‘engineers of the future.’






  • 21.09.2021 - 26.09.2021
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    Schedule of Events/

    Preview Day/ By Invitation Only
    Monday, September 20/
    Collector’s Preview/ 12-6 PM
    VIP Preview/ 6-8 PM

    Public Show Days/

    Tuesday, September 21/ 11 AM - 8 PM
    Wednesday, September 22/ 11 AM - 8 PM
    Thursday, September 23/ 11 AM - 7 PM
    Friday, September 24/ 11 AM - 7 PM
    Saturday, September 25/ 11 AM - 7 PM
    Sunday, September 26/ 11 AM - 7 PM

Hemmerle Earrings, 2021 by Hemmerle at Hemmerle, courtesy of Hemmerle The Frosh Family Sanso Reception House Table and Chairs, 1981 by George Nakashima at Geoffrey Diner Gallery, courtesy of Geoffrey Diner Gallery Bedside tables, 2021 by bahraini--danish at Etage Projects, courtesy of bahraini--danish and Etage Projects


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  • Black Hole, 2021 by Atelier Van Asseldonk at Galerie Scene Ouverte, courtesy of Atelier Van Asseldonk
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  • The Frosh Family Sanso Reception House Table and Chairs, 1981 by George Nakashima at Geoffrey Diner Gallery, courtesy of Geoffrey Diner Gallery
    The Frosh Family Sanso Reception House Table and Chairs, 1981 by George Nakashima at Geoffrey Diner Gallery, courtesy of Geoffrey Diner Gallery
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