Le Temoin Pop Art Sculpture 1972 £2,500.00

Le Temoin Pop Art Sculpture 1972

From £2,500.00
*Colours are representative, actual product may vary.
The visionary Dino Gavina founded his firm Simon in 1968. His objective was to produce the innovative furniture designs of contemporary designers in an industrially manufactured series. SIMON became well-known through its three editions; Ultrarazionale (1968), Ultramobile (1971) and Metamobile (1974). The Ultramobile-Collection contained several surreal pieces of furniture with a strong symbolic presence and paid homage to artists such as René Magritte, Constantin Brancusi, Man Ray, Roberto Sebastian Matta and Meret Oppenheim. Designed in 1971 by Man Ray, purchased in 1972.

W: 1510x D: 440x H: 690mm

Plywood; red, black, white and blue decorative painted clear acrylic; foam and white faux leather


Acrylic and painted areas very good. Marks and considerable signs of wear on white faux leather.

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