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— May

Welcome to Girard
— Jay Chung

The Luxury of Making Sense
— Claire Fontaine

Dream Developing
— Josef Strau

Rabalaïre (excerpt)
— Alain Guiraudie (Illustrations Clément Rodzielski)

Turn the Mirror Upside Down (visual insert)
— Bernadette Van-Huy
Getting Rid of the Sad Passions
— Helmut Draxler

On Henrik Olesen at Gaga & Reena Spauling, Los Angeles
— Thomas Duncan

On Heji Shin at Consortium Museum, Dijon
— Benoît Lamy de la Chapelle

On Proust at Musée Carnavalet, Paris
— Yves-Noël Genod

On Merlin Carpenter at Synagogue de Delme
— Annie Ochmanek

On Rosemary Mayer: Some Days in April
— Josephine Graf

The Practice of Transmissions: conversation with Nick Mauss
— Helmut Draxler & Megan Francis Sullivan

Still in Another World: conversation with Isabelle Graw
— Dylan Byron

The Art at its Margins: On the exhibition “The Flames: The Age of Ceramics,” the last of a trilogy at the Musée d’Art Moderne de Paris: conversation with Anne Dressen
— Benjamin Lignel

Limited edition #24

WIENER TIMES, Würfelzucker Likarz, 2022

Würfelzucker Likarz, 2022 (predominantly yellow

Shell: 100% virgin wool/viscose/polyester patch
Lining: 50% cotten/50% linen
Filling: 100% horsehair on woven jute
Dimensions: 42 x 42 cm
Comes in a cotton pouch
Manufactured in Austria
Edition of 12 + 3 AP (6 dominantly dark blue + 6 dominantly yellow), each numbered and signed

“In 2021, we were invited to conceive several cushions for the show “Women Artists of the Wiener Werkstätte” at the MAK in Vienna. On this occasion, in the archives, we discovered a black and white photograph of pillows from the Wiener Werkstätte dating around 1925. Fascinated and intrigued by what these women were making, we began to imagine creating a series of “travel pillows” as an homage and to continue their research and production. The pillows convey a contemporary nomadic essence of our times while jazzing up every home. It is an interpretation of the pattern of the forgotten designer, using fabric from the present time.

For May Revue we took inspiration from a sketch by Maria Likarz (1893-1971), a designer working for the Wiener Werkstätte, and interpreted her drawing into a contemporary pillow. With a keen eye for detail, we dug through the vast world of ornamentation to broadcast both the spirit of the turn of the last century with the cultural heritage of the Wiener Werkstätte, with an alternative approach to challenging nowness.

The shell of the pillow is executed with fabrics by Kvadrat textiles, the inlay is filled with horsehair.” (Wiener Times)

390 euros + shipping
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