industry insider | Dec 8, 2016 |
Italian furniture brand reveals artist collaboration and exhibit
Boh staff
By STAFF

Clan Milano has debuted a female-focused exhibition in Milan. The young furniture brand, which is a collaboration between Alessandro La Spada and woodworkers Figli di Isacco Agostoni, is spotlighting several pieces in the show.

Among the featured pieces are Molecole, a series of staggered tables with a brass tubular structure and marble top; Roca, a low table with a geometric design, glossy ebony finish and brass inserts; Rodrigo, a floor lamp; the brass Tubo30 table lamp, with an adjustable spotlight; and the Loose mirror, mounted on a rotating blockboard wood panel, with a shiny brass frame. 

The exhibit also includes the work of the artist known as No Curves, who is, according to the gallery, “celebrating his first 10 years of work with a graphic retrospective that aims to sublimate the female figure through numerous new works, iconic pieces and an original installation along the walls of the gallery.”

The exhibit runs until January 13, 2017, at the Whitelight Art Gallery in Milan.

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