Stories — textiles


BORA drapery by Julia Heuer featured on ELLE DECOR Italia March 19 Issue. “Bora” fabric by German fashion designer Julia Heuer belongs to the Print Collection 2019. 4Spaces Print Collection features huge repeats of artists work on several qualities. ‘Art is an ever-surrounding element in the world of 4Spaces, which become obvious in the artist collection with this 2019 collection’, says Michele Rondelli, creative director. 

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Justin Morin art installation @ Collective Design New York featured on Interior Design Magazine.  Exclusively for Collective Design French artist Justin Morin designed a textile inspiration inspired by the movie “Mishima: A life in four chapters” by Paul Schrader. Each curtain is reflecting the different parts of the film. “To realize Justin Morin’s art installation, over 100meters of a special double width fabric were used, split into 4 large individual panels with each representing an individual sequence of art. The production was challenged with large formats, the longest panel being 38 meters  (40 yards) using the artwork in its original size. The final choice of the fabric quality was selected between Justin and 4Spaces to have a different language to...

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The Jewish Museum, New York

Marc Camille Chaimowicz’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States brings together the artist's cross-disciplinary work in painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, installation, furniture, lighting, ceramics, textiles, and wallpaper made over his nearly 50 year career. Marc Camille Chaimowicz was born in postwar Paris, to a Polish Jewish father and French Catholic mother. The family moved to England when the artist was eight years old and soon settled in London, where he still lives and works. Chaimowicz’s continuous negotiation of two cultures and languages quietly reverberates throughout his pluralistic practice. He embraces both the fine and applied arts and challenges the categorical divisions between masculine and feminine, public and private, past and present. - The Jewish Museum  Special Custom Design in collaboration...

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