Mazel Galerie welcomes you to step into the world of Hubert Le
Gall! For his first solo-show in Asia we have curated some of his
most emblematic pieces, as well as new creations exclusively
created for Singapore, such as the Orchid Flower table.
Hubert Le Gall's work appears at once familiar and unfamiliar to
the viewer’s eye. Most notably, Andy Warhol’s Daisies become a
side-table and Jean Pierre Raynaud’s Pot becomes armchairs.
There are dogs holding lights to guide your way, ostriches
peeking out from lampshades, a sheep escaping from a pack of
wolves, and happy whales enticing you to take a seat on them.
Try and find Pinocchio who cut his nose off with a saw, who has
left a leafy branch behind.
It’s not hard to get lost in Le Gall’s overflowing imagination,
which lie somewhere between contemporary art and design. He
admits, “I don’t see myself as a designer because I have more an
artistic approach than a design approach. But do I see myself as
an artist? I don’t know because I make decorative art; I don’t
paint. I always say that I am a creator of furniture. I am more an
artist than a designer. That’s why I’m more interested in the world
of art than the world of decoration.”
We welcome you to take a journey with us into the artist's
magical realm and discover the wonder known as Hubert Le