Location

Los Angeles, CA

Completion Date

08/31/2013

Contributors/Team

Mike Brady
Matt Olson
Sammie Warren

In many ways, the curatorial premise for the group exhibit “Synethesia” curated by Daniele Balice (Balice, Hertling Paris) and Jay Ezra Nayssan, was a perfect fit for RO/LU as it, almost exactly, pointed towards the explorations we tend to focus on again and again. Life as performance, the collector as a set designer, the fine line between art and decoration, the language of objects etc.

The show included works by Michael Anastassiades, Anonymous, Henri-Georges Clouzot, Isabelle Cornaro, Jacopo da Valenza, Lucy Dodd, Thomas Dozol, Paul Dupré-Lafon for Hermès, Terje Ekstrom, Piero Fornasetti, Guido Gambone, Martino Gamper, Eileen Gray, Hadrien Jacquelet, Lisa Jo, Alex Katz, Allison Katz, Antonio Lopez, Stewart MacDougall, Alexander May, MissoniHome, Carlo Mollino, Paul P., Ico Parisi, Pier Paolo Pasolini, Charlotte Perriand, Gaetano Pesce, Pablo Picasso, Gio Ponti, ROLU and Yves Saint Laurent.

This piece was first shown in the exhibit “No Frontier” at Mondo Cane, curated by Claire Warner and Sam Vinz.

Furniture and Objects

Curated by Daniele Balice and Jay Ezra
M+B, Los Angeles, CA

A small bookshelf modeled after a photograph of a large public art work in Russia by Otto Herbert Hajek. Made from walnut and colored laminate.

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The apparent
is the
bridge to
the real.