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NADA OUTDOOR SCULPTURE

Kiah Celeste

PENDING MOBILE

Kiah Celeste

COLLABORATIONS

Kindof is dedicated to meeting and engaging with artists who share our values. Through this engagement, we bring new furnishings to life. These furnishings are a true collaboration, a crossroad where technique and ideas merge, giving new form to new ideas, movements and trends in contemporary art. We work with artists who value handcrafted design, can merge mediums and bring their passion to Kindof and our customers.

CANEVARI FOR KINDOF

Paolo Canevari (1963) lives and works in Rome and is one of his generation’s most internationally recognised artists. Canevari’s work reflects the transience of art and the meaning of sculpture in relation to the contemporary social context. His work questions the value and origin of the most intimate aspects of memory. This is accomplished through his development of a personal language where symbols, pop culture, and historical and political awareness converge in a revisitation of the everyday. Canevari uses different media and materials, from sculpture to drawing, installation and video. His work and research, in perfect harmony with the Kindof philosophy, form the basis of the first Kindof Art realisation. In collaboration with the artist and the [dip] Contemporary Art gallery, we have created Canevari for Talli, a limited edition of the Talli armchair. Canevari also designed a sculpture as part of his Monuments of Memory series entirely in rebar, with technical support and execution by Kindof. Run of the work 3 originals + 1 AP.

COLLABORATIONS

Kindof is dedicated to meeting and engaging with artists who share our values. Through this engagement, we bring new furnishings to life. These furnishings are a true collaboration, a crossroad where technique and ideas merge, giving new form to new ideas, movements and trends in contemporary art. We work with artists who value handcrafted design, can merge mediums and bring their passion to Kindof and our customers.

FRATINO
WITH DANZATRICI

Our collaboration with Paolo Pelizzoli (1967) is born out of a deep respect for each other’s work. The results are stunning pieces of bas-relief works on marble. The artist’s work of dancers is an example of the union of two expressive forms with autonomous origins.