Nathalie Du Pasquier, ‘Kiosk per Mangiare Robe Fritte  (Fried Food Stand)’, 1984, The Modern Archive

Good condition, some paper discoloration at bottom right corner. Offered unframed.
Nathalie Du Pasquier is best known as one of the founding members of Memphis and the designer of many of their textile designs. An artist, not originally trained in design, she brought a fresh, exuberant energy to the group, as seen in her designs for both laminates and textiles. George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier collaborated on numerous drawings of interiors, towns and cities expanding the view of Memphis design. The title of this drawing is literally translated as a stand or kiosk for fried food. A most stylish and totemic home for pedestrian fare.

Series: One of a series of drawings of designs for Street Furniture.

Signature: Hand-signed in pencil at bottom right side NDP 84.

Image rights: The Modern Archive

Nathalie Du Pasquier 1984

About Nathalie Du Pasquier

In 1979, artist and designer Nathalie du Pasquier moved to Milan, where she became a founding member of the influential and decade-defining Memphis Group, along with Ettore Sottsass, Alessandro Mendini, and others, creating patterns for decorated surfaces, such as textiles and furniture. Despite her design success, in 1987 she shifted her focus to her fine-art practice, and painting in particular. Her paintings and works on paper feature geometric furniture, lamps, and the unexpected and energetic color relationships for which the Memphis group is known.

French, b. 1957, Bordeaux, France, based in Milan, Italy

Fair History on Artsy

PLUSDESIGN presents Streetscapes at Design Miami/ 2016
EXILE at miart 2016
Exile at LISTE 2015
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) at FOG Design+Art 2015