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Collective Design will present an Online Viewing Room on Frieze.com with an exhibition entitled Color and Production: From the Atom to the Void, curated by the London-based writer, historian and curator Libby Sellers
Color and Production offers a curated exhibition of design and art objects from some of the leading galleries and designers from around the world from a 14th Century Illuminated Manuscript to works coming directly from the studios of contemporary artists & designers.
Selected design works by Ettore Sottsass, Sheila Hicks, Shiro Kuramata, Gaetano Pesce, Formafantasma, Sabine Marcellis, Carlo Scarpa, Barber Osgerby, Nathalie Du Pasquier, Michael Eden and Maarten Baas are presented in conjunction with artworks by James Welling, Spencer Finch, Bruno Munari, Donald Judd, Josef Albers, Bertrand Lavier, Liam Gillick, Alan Charlton, and David Batchelor.
Contributing design galleries include Friedman Benda, Galerie Kreo, Giustini Stagetti, Nilufar, Victor Hunt, Volume Gallery, Adrian Sassoon, Donzella, Urban Architecture, Gate 5 Gallery, The Future Perfect, Lobel Modern, Hostler Burrows, Etage Projects, Established & Sons and Gabrielle Ammann and several independent designers.
Additional artists include Joseph Kosuth, David Batchelor, Bertrand Lavier, John McCracken and Daniel Buren from participating art galleries Bortolami, Andrew Kreps, Ingleby, James Cohan, Marian Goodman, Massimo De Carlo, Sean Kelly Gallery, Leon Tovar, Alfonso Artiaco, Les Enluminures, and David Zwirner.
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