• Robert Chamberlin at VOLTA NY

      The work recently shown in VOLTA is a continuation of Chamberlin’s last exhibition Fill Me Up.  The exhibition featured a series of 108 heavily decorated porcelain vessels were displayed exploring the theme of desire.  The artist’s concept of desire is explored through the titling of pieces; where some empty vessels are given specific names, […]

    Robert Chamberlin 0 Comments April 4, 2014
  • Share.Food by Bilge Nur Saltik

    London based designer Bilge Nur Saltik transforms traditional tableware into unexpected and playful objects.   She recently introduced a ceramic tableware series called Share.Food that encourages diners to engage with each other throughout their meal.     Share Food is a ceramic tableware series by Bilge Nur Saltik.  Upon moving to London, Saltik became aware that sharing […]

    Bilge Nur Saltik 0 Comments October 9, 2013
  • Modernica: Design Distilled

    Founded in 1989, Modernica shares the same fertile Southern Californian soil that inspired Modern design in the post-war period. Following in the tradition of Richard Neutra, George Nelson, and Charles and Ray Eames, Modernica praises the virtues of distilled form, elegant simplicity and craftsmanship.  Dedicated to the art of handmade design, every piece of the […]

    A. Moret 0 Comments April 18, 2013
  • Rebecca Manson: Manson Chaos

    Rebecca Manson is a sculptor whose belief and process partially lay in the hands of chaos.  She’s a rebellious one, who has taken the rules of classic pottery and thrown them out the window.  If she’s using clay that can only handle a heat rating of 100 degrees, she immediately turns the kiln up a […]

    Daniel Rolnik 0 Comments June 1, 2012