Felipe Pantone is involved in many disparate projects. From the transformation of airplanes and sports cars to a mesmerizing audience through paintings, sculptures and hypnotic NFTs. More than just alluring works of art, Pantone explores how humanity consumes information – a sort of synthesis between the analog methods of our past and the digital realms of the future.
In a new exhibition at the Danysz gallery in Paris, the Argentinian-Spanish artist collaborated with the designer, Pablo Limon on a project called âCasa Variableâ. LimÃ³n gives form to function through objects and interiors designed in a brutalist spirit. The two designers met in New York and immediately knew they shared a similar passion for contemporary art, design and architecture.
The collection of works on display, which includes lamps, chairs, paintings, rugs, chandeliers and even concept sketches for a house and pool, invites the public not only to see the art but to live in it. “The challenge”, according to LimÃ³n, “was to figure out how to make Felipe’s world and vision into something functional and real.” “Casa Variable” is a fascinating symbiosis between art and design and will be on display at Galerie Danysz until November 27.
Also performing in the art world, Sotheby’s has launched a digital art platform called Metaverse.
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