Design Miami Basel: best galleries | Design Miami is going to be held in Basel, from 16th to 21th June, promising to bring the best galleries and to provide you a unique design experience. There are expected the most influential collectors, gallerists, designers, curators and critics from around the world to celebrate design and to take part of this marketplace. There, you’ll be able to see the leading design galleries presenting high quality furniture, lighting and art objects. Caroline Van Hoek | Brussels
Green Bird broche by Florie Dupont
Since 2007 that Caroline Van Hoek showcases jewelry, silver and related objects made by contemporary international artists such as Gijs Bakker,Robert Smit, Giampaolo Babetto, Hermien Cassiers, Florie Dupont and Stefano Marchetti. Also, there is a selection of antique works. Dansk Mobelkunst Gallery | Copenhagen & Paris
Deck chair by Hans J. Wegner
Established by Ole Høstbo in 1992, Dansk Møbelkunst Gallery is specialized in twentieth century Scandinavian design, showcasing original works of Danish furniture. These works were created by craftsmen and architects such as Hans Wegner, Poul Henningsen and Finn Juhl, erasing the distintion between art and functional equipment. Elisabetta Cipriani | London
LGR sunglasses, silver, enamel, gold plating and black diamonds, by Avish Khebrehzadeh
The defy is set: international sculptors and painters are invited by Elisabetta to create wearable sculptures thanks to its high quality materials.These artists apply its artistic gifts to the jewelry field. It’s with Elisabetta persuasion that the creative process starts in order to create a one of a kind jewel. The process starts with a sketch and the final piece is guaranteed by the artists, resulting in an exceptional jewel that embraces intimacy. Galerie Patrick Seguin | Paris
6×6 demountable house by Jean Prouvé
Patrick Seguin’s gallery was designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel and it counts with 300 square meters. It promotes since 1989 international creators such as Jean Prouvé, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Jeanneret, Le Corbusier and Jean Royère.
The promotion of Jean Prouvé’s demountable houses is the main goal of the gallery, which has also developed an editorial line of monographs to go along with the exhibitions. Magen H Gallery | New York
Sculpture table, by Luiza Miller de Andrada
Magen H Gallery’s goal is to develop sculptures, decorative arts, architecture, and ceramics, with special emphasis to French post-war designers. The collection enhance an historical and contemporary mixture.
Magen H Gallery presents a rare masterpiece from the Italian Surrealist furniture movement by Fabio De Sanctis in collaboration with Ugo Sterpini. It counts with the artists Fred Brouard, Fabio De Sanctis, Luiza Miller, Michel Pinel, Pierre Sabatier and Ugo Sterpini. Pierre Marie Giraud | Brussels
Accidental Patient by Ron Nagle
Pierre Marie Giraud is specialized in contemporary decorative arts and it represents international artists such as Jean Girel, Louiselio, Kristin McKirdy, Barbara Nanning,Takayuki Sakiyama, Akiyama Yo, Valerie Hermans, Tony Marsh and Ron Nagle.
The main work is with glass, ceramics and silver, and there is a collaboration with designers for the production of unique objects and limited editions. The result is a rich selection of modern and contemporary pieces. ArtFactum Gallery | Beirut
Arlette – Rocking Chair by Karim Chaya
Welcome to Art Factum Gallery, a fresh space that is pleased to show all forms of contemporary art and design. Located in Beirut’s industrial Quarantine District, it is the result of an old steel factory renovation.
Art Factum Gallery chooses to mostly highlight local designers such as David Nicolas, Marc Baroud, Marc Dibeh, Mary-lynn Massoud, Rasha Nawam, Carlo Massoud and Karim Chaya. The gallery’s annual design show introduces new talents, diffuses designers’ works that have already launched their careers and it aims to enhance contemporary Lebanese design.
Galerie Jacques Lacoste | Paris
Modernist presidential desk commissionned for the George Eastman foundation in Paris / ANONYMOUS
Jacques Lacoste’s gallery is specialized in twentieth-century decorative arts and it counts with the work of Jean Royère, Alberto Giacometti, Alexandre Noll, Charlotte Perri and Jean Prouvé.
Its aim is to promote French design of the 1930s and 1950s, exhibiting lighting by Serge Mouille, sculptures by Alexandre Noll and ceramics by Georges Jouve, Elisabeth Joulia, Pierre Szekely, Valentine Schlegel and André Borderie.