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NEW YEAR’s Golden Pieces * Contemporary design


This year we selected a few pieces that represent the spirit of New Year’s Eve.



Martin Cary Horowitz


Horowitz Circles Series1- New Year golden contemporary pieces

Martin Cary Horowitz has been creating gilded artwork since 1970. His work has evolved over the past four decades through various mediums including found and recognizable objects, steel, bronze and glass; all brilliantly crafted with various gold surfaces from 12 karat to 23.75 karat.



Ryan Metke


Paul Kasmin Shop - New Year contemporary pieces

Ryan Metke’s latest project—The Wasp Nests—is created from real wasp dwellings, all of which once housed living creatures. Collected throughout the course of Metke’s travels, Metke ensures that each nest is truly unique by using direct burnout casting methods; the nests are cast in brass and then electroplated in 14-karat gold. The Wasp Nests, which are popping up beneath eaves or in tight corners throughout the city, are meant to appear as though they are still occupied. They create a spontaneous, perhaps slightly frightened, but ultimately curious audience. With this latest work, Metke gives us his take on the Constructivist’s “Corner Relief.”



Nancy Lorenz

Nancy Lorenz Red Gold - New Year golden contemporary pieces


Nancy Lorenz combines a deep understanding of Post-War abstraction with a reverence for the craft and materials of traditional Asian art. Lorenz lived in Tokyo for five years, where she absorbed the idea that luxurious materials, such as mother-of-pearl inlay, lacquer, and gold leaf, can be used in a painterly way. Her work blurs the distinction between fine and decorative art.



Bob Van Breda

Bob Van Breda - news year golden contemporary pieces

Bob Van Breda creates distinctive work from multiple mediums that explore the often overlooked and mundane articles of everyday existence. Works from his Objects series consist of metal plated found items turned into sculptural objects that focus on the inherent beauty of form thus expanding the dialogue of what was once considered strictly functional.




Miles Aldridge


Miles Aldridge .Bold_Gold - New Year golden contemporary pieces

Initially Aldridge shot covers of the American monthly fashion magazine W, then he worked for Numéro, Teen Vogue, Vogue Nippon, The New York Times Magazine, GQ, The New Yorker, The Face, Paradis and Harper’s Bazaar. For many years he has been an important contributor for Vogue Italia, building a solid friendship with Franca Sozzani.

Aldridge worked as an advertising photographer for Longchamp, MAC Cosmetics, Sergio Rossi, Carolina Herrera, Lavazza and Mercedes E-Class, among the others. He shooted for noted fashion designers such as Karl Lagerfeld, Giorgio Armani, Yves Saint Laurent e Paul Smith.



Mattia Bonetti

Mattia Bonetti bernsteinimg - New Year golden contemporary pieces


Mattia Bonetti is a Paris based artist and designer. Bonetti was born in Lugano, Switzerland and studied textile design at the Centro Scolastico per l’Industria Artistica. Bonetti moved from Switzerland to Paris, where he now lives and work. Prior to designing furniture, Bonetti worked as a stylist and photographer. In 1979 he began designing furniture. All of his work begins as a freehand sketch which is then fabricated. Bonetti has worked with the same fabricators for decades, employing craftsmen to make transform his drawings.



Michael Anastassiades


michael anastassiades - New Year golden contemporary pieces


For years Michael has produced his work in very limited quantities as editions of quality crafted pieces and small runs. In 2007 he set up a company to increase the availability of his objects. He traveled around the world and located small family run workshops to fabricate his pieces. The workshops were selected for their unique manufacturing skills and tradition in the use of materials.



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