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Shiro Kuramata

“Cabinet de Curiosité”, designed 1989

Acrylic
75 × 18 3/10 × 18 3/10 in
190.5 × 46.4 × 46.4 cm
Edition 25/40
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Phillips

Property from a Private Collection, Miami

Phillips would like to thank the Kuramata Design Office …

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Property from a Private Collection, Miami

Phillips would like to thank the Kuramata Design Office for their assistance cataloguing the present lot.

From the Catalogue:
The "Cabinet de Curiosité" was among a group of colored acrylic furniture and objects exhibited at Galerie Yves Gastou in Paris during the …

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Signature
Together with a certificate of authenticity from Mieko Kuramata.
Manufacturer
Ishimaru Co, Tokyo, Japan
Shiro Kuramata
Japanese, 1934–1991
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Shiro Kuramata playfully stretched and skewed tropes of Western design, while combining them with …

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Shiro Kuramata playfully stretched and skewed tropes of Western design, while combining them with traditional Japanese aesthetics, to produce items of furniture that are surreal, humorous, and often poetic. Kuramata’s Miss Blanche chair (1988), a transparent resin chair flecked with synthetic roses, creates the …

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Property from a Private Collection, Miami

Phillips would like to thank the Kuramata Design Office …

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Property from a Private Collection, Miami

Phillips would like to thank the Kuramata Design Office for their assistance cataloguing the present lot.

From the Catalogue:
The "Cabinet de Curiosité" was among a group of colored acrylic furniture and objects exhibited at Galerie Yves Gastou in Paris during the …

Read more
Signature
Together with a certificate of authenticity from Mieko Kuramata.
Manufacturer
Ishimaru Co, Tokyo, Japan
Shiro Kuramata
Japanese, 1934–1991
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Shiro Kuramata playfully stretched and skewed tropes of Western design, while combining them with …

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Shiro Kuramata playfully stretched and skewed tropes of Western design, while combining them with traditional Japanese aesthetics, to produce items of furniture that are surreal, humorous, and often poetic. Kuramata’s Miss Blanche chair (1988), a transparent resin chair flecked with synthetic roses, creates the …

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Shiro Kuramata

“Cabinet de Curiosité”, designed 1989

Acrylic
75 × 18 3/10 × 18 3/10 in
190.5 × 46.4 × 46.4 cm
Edition 25/40
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
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