Jon Krawczyk

201 Sign, 2012

Red Metal, 7 x 14 ft

Jon Krawczyk is a neo-modernist sculptor from the New York School with a contemporary twist. His work has a conceptual side, but it is also very much about the physicality of making art and the objects that result from that action, i.e. energy and matter. Krawczyk cuts, pounds and welds sheets of bronze and stainless steel to fabricate smooth, monolithic forms that look as though they were carved by a samurai slicing modeling clay.


Kvadrat Clouds, 2012

Cotton clouds and mounting screws, 8-9 ft tall, 40 ft long

Clouds is an innovative, sophisticated and colorful new tile concept designed by internationally acclaimed Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec in collaboration with Kvadrat. The tiles can be used as an installation or be hung from a wall or ceiling. Clouds evolve as you add elements to it, producing a unique three-dimensional effector, coating architecture in a fluid yet chaotic way. Inspired by the inviting irregularity of the surface, you construct your own site-specific piece and turn vision into reality.


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