Anasthasia Millot, ‘Bronze stools by Anashasia Millot’, 2016, Valerie Goodman Gallery
Anasthasia Millot, ‘Bronze stools by Anashasia Millot’, 2016, Valerie Goodman Gallery
Anasthasia Millot, ‘Bronze stools by Anashasia Millot’, 2016, Valerie Goodman Gallery
Anasthasia Millot, ‘Bronze stools by Anashasia Millot’, 2016, Valerie Goodman Gallery
Anasthasia Millot, ‘Bronze stools by Anashasia Millot’, 2016, Valerie Goodman Gallery
Anasthasia Millot, ‘Bronze stools by Anashasia Millot’, 2016, Valerie Goodman Gallery
Anasthasia Millot, ‘Bronze stools by Anashasia Millot’, 2016, Valerie Goodman Gallery

These elegant stools are examples of Anasthasia Millot's finely crafted objects. Anasthasia Millot originally studied fashion design in Paris, and her work with fabric has left a lasting -- if indirect -- influence on her objects: after years of painstaking experiments, Millot has learned to translate into bronze the fluidity of preferred textiles like jersey, creating subtly dynamic shapes that seem to defy the statics of solid materials. Her signature element is a very particular elan: a slight twist of the slender metal legs that carry her tables, chairs and stools with such antelope grace.

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Anasthasia Millot Bronze Work at Valerie Goodman Gallery 2016