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Pop Up by Friedman Benda

Design | February 5, 2021 |

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Image courtesy of Friedman Benda | Photography by Jill Peters

POP UP
Miami Design District
January 23 – March 29, 2021

Friedman Benda identifies and advances key narratives that intersect contemporary design, craft, architecture, fine art, and cutting-edge technological research. The gallery promotes synthesis between leading creative thinkers and makers by creating opportunities to advance new connections within the global design community.

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Friedman Benda is committed to a critical view of design history. We aim to expand the design dialogue from its established sources, exploring perspectives that have previously been marginalized. Spanning five continents and four generations, Friedman Benda represents a roster of seminal established and emerging designers, as well as historically significant estates. Since 2007, the gallery’s exhibitions, publications and collaborations with institutions have played a vital role in the development of the contemporary design market and scholarship.

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New York, NY (January 18, 2021) – Friedman Benda is pleased to announce the opening of its Pop Up gallery in Miami, Florida, opening January 23 through March 26, 2021. The Pop Up exhibition highlights work from the gallery’s decade and a half history, representing both established and emerging designers across five continents. The space will be a platform for contemporary design, showcasing a diverse range of practices, material choices, and conceptual innovation.

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The installation includes work by: Daniel Arsham, Estudio Campana, Wendell Castle, Byung Hoon Choi, Carmen D’Apollonio, Andile Dyalvane,Najla El Zein, Thomas Fougeirol, Bruno Gambone, Gt2P, Misha Kahn, Joris Laarman, OrtaMiklos, Adam Silverman, Faye Toogood, Jonathan Trayte, Marcel Wanders, Thaddeus Wolfe.

more. www.friedmanbenda.com

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