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Nilufar explores design and its evolution with 'Time Traveller' at Milan Design Week 2024
New Purple heart collection by Irene Goldberg at Milan Design Week 2024
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Nilufar explores design and its evolution with 'Time Traveller' at Milan Design Week 2024

Nina Yashar, the founder of Nilufar Gallery, brings forth her latest collection in collaboration with a group of international designers for the design festival.

by Nilufar Gallery
Published on : Apr 15, 2024

Nilufar Gallery, one of the most prominent design galleries in the world, founded by Nina Yashar has established itself as a premier destination for collectors, institutions, and design enthusiasts, with a legacy spanning over four decades. Reiterating its commitment to showcasing the works of contemporary design talents while paying homage to iconic design masters from the past, Nilufar unveils its participation in the approaching Milan Design Week.

Time Traveller by Nilufar at Milan Design Week 2024

To mark Milan Design Week 2024, Nilufar Gallery presents Time Traveller, a wide-ranging exhibition curated by its founder, Nina Yashar. Time Traveller aims to explore the complex story of the design and its evolution over the years. Hosted in Viale Lancetti and Via Spiga, the Time Traveller exhibit will allow visitors to embark on a journey where each exhibited work acts as a portal to transport viewers from past inspirations to the bold visions of today. The exhibition offers the opportunity to rediscover the intrinsic connections that unite humanity across continents, cultures, and creative expressions. While contemplating the exhibited works, one remembers the enduring power of design to encapsulate the essence of society, customs, and the human spirit. Nilufar invites us to ponder the passage of time where the echoes of yesterday harmonise with the promise of tomorrow, unveiling the infinite possibilities inherent in design. In addition to its collection of contemporary and vintage design pieces, Nilufar presents new creations from its Open Edition range, the gallery’s latest project made up of an extensive selection of furnishings and lighting conceived for sophisticated interiors in collaboration with a group of international designers and realised entirely in Italy.

Solo Shows in Viale Lancetti

In the Viale Lancetti venue, contemporary artists with new solo shows include Andrés Reisinger and Analogia Project. Also, a focus on works by Allegra Hicks, Lucia Massari, Objects of Common Interest and Ranieri will be seen at the venue. There are also exhibited new pieces by Filippo Carandini, John Brevard, Martino Gamper, Vikram Goyal, Etereo, Robinson Ferreux, Hechizoo, Anestis Michalis, Claude Missir, Rebecca Moses, Federica Perazzoli, Niccolò Spirito, studioutte, Jonathan Trayte, Osanna Visconti and Bethan Laura Wood, together with vintage pieces by Gabriella Crespi and Brazilian masters. There will also be a display of new Open Edition creations by Filippo Carandini, Lucia Ippolito, Ryuichi Kozeki, Rebecca Moses, MSK, The Great Design Disaster and Federica Perazzoli, besides pieces from the existing catalogue.

At the same time, the historic location in Via della Spiga will showcase new solo shows for Maarten de Ceulaer and Draga & Aurel. Moreover, new pieces by Christian Pellizzari and Lola Montes will be seen in conversation with American Vintage pieces from the 1960s. In addition, on display new products by Joe Armitage, Arthur Duff, Gal Gaon and Irene Goldberg are exhibited together with new Open Edition creations by Gupica, Anna Karlin and Federico Peri.

Stay tuned with STIR's coverage of Milan Design Week 2024 which showcases the best of exhibitions, studios, designers, installations, brands and events to look out for. Explore EuroCucina and all the design districts—Fuorisalone, 5vie Design Week, Isola Design Week, Brera Design District and Porta Venezia Design District. 

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