Sarah Myerscough Gallery and Joseph Walsh’s practice are featured in the October issue of Wallpaper*
Sarah Myerscough Gallery is highlighted as one of the most interesting stands in this preview of PAD in The Telegraph Luxury – Gareth Neal, Ernst Gamperl, Michael Peterson, Maisie Broadhead and Christopher Duffy are among those mentioned.
Joseph Walsh and Christopher Duffy’s work are featured in this Daily Telegraph article on Investec’s sponsorship of PAD.
Edwin Heathcote reports on radical changes in concepts of design over the past decade, in the FT – Joseph Walsh and Christopher Duffy are featured.
Joseph Walsh featured in this preview piece on PAD in The Culture Trip
Maisie Broadhead is featured in Elle Decor Italia
Christopher Duffy is highlighted in an interview with Patrick Perrin in Mayfair Times
The gallery will display on its booth new works, specially made for Design Miami/Basel 2016, by Christopher Duffy, Ernst Gamperl, Michael Geertsen, Sung-Jae Han, Peter Marigold, Marc Ricourt and Joseph Walsh, as well as the limited edition oak vessels by the late Zaha Hadid in collaboration with Gareth Neal.
Venue: Design Miami/Basel 3016, Hall 1 Sud, Messe Basel Switzerland
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The gallery was selected by The Art Newspaper’s editor Jane Morris as one of her favourites at this year’s Design Miami Basel.
This also exists as a two-page article on the printed edition of The Art Newspaper: http://theartnewspaper.com/reports/157015/
Our represented artists also received individual press featured on the Blouin Artinfo website, including Peter Marigold’s Dodai Bench in ‘Ten ways to play with Tradition at Design/Miami Basel 2015’, Gareth Neal’s George Chest and Dominic Harris’s Moon Chandelier in ‘7 Mind-Blowing Ways to Use Technology at Design Miami/ Basel 2015’. The article also includes individual features on Marc Ricourt and Ernst Gamperl. Please follow the links below:
We are pleased to say that the Zaha Hadid and Gareth Neal vessels are already a huge success! designboom has featured them in its March edition in the ‘design’ section, see link below. These wooden vessels are part of a project presented by the American hardwood export council and Benchmark Furniture, originally exhibited at the Victoria and Albert Museum as part of ‘The Wish List’ during the London Design Festival 2014. Hidden within the fluid, futuristic computer modelled trails of these vessels, are traditionally hand thrown pots, juxtaposing craftsmanship and new technologies in woodwork.
They will be exclusively represented by Sarah Myerscough Gallery at COLLECT 2015 in May hosted at the Saatchi Gallery, London.
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