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maurizio cattelan 1968: italian radical design

1968 Radical Italian Furniture Design is a new project from Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari’s TOILETPAPER in collaboration with the DESTE Foundation

A woman in a red bikini is covered in red lollipop polka dots in work by Cattelan & Ferrari. More images here: http://www.dazeddigital.com/artsandculture/article/19565/1/provocation-is-in-the-eye-of-the-beholder

Provocation is in the eye of the beholder

maurizio cattelan photographs 1968 radical italian furniture design 1967 ‘boomerang’ desk by maurice calka

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Art + Commerce - Artists - Photographers - Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari - Radical Italian Design

Pratone / 1971 / design Giorgio Ceretti, Pietro Derossi und Riccardo Rosso / by Gufram -from the book "1968" #ToiletpaperMagazine #RadicalDesign

1968 - Radical Italian Furniture by DESTE x Maurizio Cattelan Pierpaolo Ferrari

The Declining Taste of the Global Super-Rich -  Today’s “patrons of the arts” are less interested in opera and ballet, and more interested in novelty furniture and enormous sculptures of their own faces.

The Declining Taste of the Global Super-Rich - Today’s “patrons of the arts” are less interested in opera and ballet, and more interested in novelty furniture and enormous sculptures of their own faces.

Cheeky humour, surreal dreams and iconic furniture fill the pages of the new exhilarating book by famed art collector Dakis Joannou and TOILETPAPER magazine’s Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari.

''1968: Radical Italian Furniture'' by DESTE Foundation and TOILETPAPER

Superstudio Bazaar Giovannetti, Italy Sofa 148 x 84 x 90 cm, overall 320 cm, illuminated and revolving table

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Maurizio Cattelan &Pierpaolo Ferrari for The New York Magazine (Spring Fashion Issue

Maurizio Cattelan  Pierpaolo Ferrari for New York magazine January 2014

Maurizio Cattelan’s Bold New York Magazine Fashion Portfolio - Lightbox, curated by Christophe on Buamai.

eight images capture rimini's symbolic meanings through an unusual narrative, turning the coastal town into the subject and open-air medium of the project.

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