Studio Job, ‘Sinking Ship’, 2016, Carpenters Workshop Gallery
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Studio Job

Sinking Ship, 2016

Polished and Patinated Bronze, Paint, 24-Karat Gilding
37 × 25 3/5 × 23 1/5 in
94 × 65 × 59 cm
Edition of 2 + 1P + 2AP
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Paris, New York, London, SF
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Exhibition history
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Paris, New York, +2 more

Back at the turn of the last century the Titanic was representative of a modern society which …

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Based in Antwerp and the Netherlands, Studio Job, a design duo founded over a decade ago by Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, produces one-off pieces of sculptural furniture that share little with the reigning aesthetic of minimalism and spareness. Their cast bronze works—tables whose surfaces are models of inverted cathedrals, lamps shaped like the Eiffel Tower—are laser cut for minute detailing and exquisite surface texture. Often described as “neo-gothic,” Studio Job’s pieces are fanciful without being kitschy.

Studio Job, ‘Sinking Ship’, 2016, Carpenters Workshop Gallery
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About the work
Exhibition history
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Paris, New York, +2 more

Back at the turn of the last century the Titanic was representative of a modern society which believed itself invincible and beyond reproach. It was a symbol of all the luxury and infallibility of the modern life, yet it sank on its maiden voyage. With Sinking Ship, Studio Job reminds us that no amount of opulence …

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Manufacturer
Studio Job
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Image by Alex Grazioli, Courtesy of Carpenters Workshop Gallery
Studio Job
Dutch
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Based in Antwerp and the Netherlands, Studio Job, a design duo founded over a decade ago by Job Smeets and Nynke Tynagel, produces one-off pieces of sculptural furniture that share little with the reigning aesthetic of minimalism and spareness. Their cast bronze works—tables whose surfaces are models of inverted cathedrals, lamps shaped like the Eiffel Tower—are laser cut for minute detailing and exquisite surface texture. Often described as “neo-gothic,” Studio Job’s pieces are fanciful without being kitschy.

Studio Job

Sinking Ship, 2016

Polished and Patinated Bronze, Paint, 24-Karat Gilding
37 × 25 3/5 × 23 1/5 in
94 × 65 × 59 cm
Edition of 2 + 1P + 2AP
.
Contact For Price
Location
Paris, New York, London, SF
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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