A tiny light for a giant task
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Misha Kahn

A tiny light for a giant task

The uncontainable, irrepressible Misha Kahn is the ultimate exponent of the new design generation. He works across media, scale, and frameworks of reference with a reckless abandon, an astonishing pace of invention that infuses his work with a sense of urgency. This lamp in acid tones is from his latest body of work - finished mere days before Object & Thing. It was made by adhering ceramics to a fiberglass core. Colored grout serves both to unify the fragmentary surface and as a drawing medium, charting the object’s intuitively arranged contours. 

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Misha Kahn
Fiberglass, ceramic, grout
Contributing Gallery
Friedman Benda
18 in × 21 in × 21 in
45.72 cm × 53.34 cm × 53.34 cm
Image credit: Courtesy of Friedman Benda and Misha Kahn
A tiny light for a giant task
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A tiny light for a giant task