Gallery Fumi makes LA debut with works from Max Lamb, Jeremy Anderson and extra

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Gallery Fumi has crossed the pond to current a six-week exhibition in Los Angeles, California, coinciding with Frieze LA. Dubbed Fumi LA and on view till 9 March 2024, the exhibition is a takeover of Sized Studio in Melrose Hill. Constructing on its previous US successes, from displays at Salon Artwork+Design in New York, and Artwork Basel Design Miami to celebrating 15 years of Gallery Fumi’s boundary pushing design final yr, Fumi LA can be its first main debut US present.

Jeremy Anderson, Area (Relics 4 5 6 Glow), 2024

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Fumi L.A and Jeremy Anderson)

Fumi LA is a platform for a wide range of artists and designers worldwide to show their craftsmanship. American ceramic artist Jeremy Anderson will present his recent assortment of items together with an eye catching chandelier set up, ‘Area Relics’, coupled with desk lamps and 4 ‘Piccolo’ vases, whereas British duo Jamesplumb will present ‘Copper Roots’, a superbly useful flooring mild.

Saelia Aparicio, Esfinge Absorta 2023.

Saelia Aparicio, Esfinge Absorta display screen, 2023

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Fumi L.A. and Saelia Aparicio )

Design studio Voukenas Petrides, composed of Greek designer Andreas Voukenas and American architect Steven Petrides, showcases a bronze console and sculptural gypsum plaster mirror titled ‘Volumetric Mirror 1’.

Spanish artist and designer Saelia Aparicio explores the bodily presence and fragility of humanity with ‘Esfinge Absorta’, a robust, monumental display screen within the form of a curled-up girl.

Voukenas Petrides, Cloud Side Table, 2023, Bronze

Voukenas Petrides, Cloud Facet Desk, 2023, bronze

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Fumi L.A. and Voukenas Petrides)

Anticipate to additionally see works from 6:AM Glassworks, Leora Honeyman, Allan Collins, Francesco Perini, Rowan Mersh, Eelko Moorer, Tuomas Markunpoika, Johannes Nagel, Shinta Nakajima, Glithero, Kustaa Saksi, Jochen Holz, Jie Wu, Lukas Wegwerth ,Casey McCafferty, Sam Orlando Miller, and Research O Moveable.

Presenting Field 2 by Max Lamb

Max Lamb Box Chair, 2023

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Fumi L.A. and Max Lamb)

Established in 2008 by Sam Pratt and Valerio Capo, Gallery Fumi’s debut showcase in Los Angeles may also embrace ‘BOX 2’, a wholly sustainable assortment by Max Lamb. That is the acclaimed artist and designer’s West Coast debut, and can reveal a design sequence together with 12 chairs and one espresso desk constructed from sustainable cardboard – an extension to his latest presentation ‘BOX’, proven at Fumi in London in 2023. Exploring the world of craft, Lamb provides worth to cardboard: utilising screws, bolts, paper gum and tape to resemble his creations, he elevates what’s seen as a secondary materials and transforms it into lovely design and sculptural items.

Fumi LA: Max Lamb Box

(Picture credit score: Courtesy of Fumi LA and Max Lamb)

‘With this new assortment, ‘“BOX 2”, I’m persevering with to broaden upon the works I’ve been creating, and drawing classes from my earlier expertise,’ Lamb explains. ‘This ongoing course of entails working with persistently different cardboard as uncooked materials, which naturally results in larger range in my output and marks an evolution in my work.

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