Art
93 Hypes 0 Comments

Jens Praet "Fossilized" Exhibition at Industry Gallery

Questioning the waste created by magazines and the temporal nature of them, designer Jens Praet

Questioning the waste created by magazines and the temporal nature of them, designer Jens Praet sought to create a more lasting impression with magazines with his line of resin furniture created for his “Fossilized” exhibition at Industry Gallery in Washington, D.C. Each piece of furniture is created from shredded magazines from publications such as Art in America, Capitol File, Details, Fast Company, Robb Report and confidential documents and subsequently mixed with clear resin to create a unique aesthetic. The Jens Praet “Fossilized” Exhibition at Industry Gallery will run until Feb. 26, 2011.

Industry Gallery
1358 Florida Avenue, NE, Suite 200
Washington DC
20002
United States

Photography: Kaitey Whitehead

Source: yatzer

Read Full Article

What to Read Next

VMAN Issue 21 featuring Kanye West
Art

VMAN Issue 21 featuring Kanye West

In Kanye’s only magazine cover shoot of the season, he shows that he’s finally done talking and

The Hole and ALIFE present "ART MACHINE"
Art

The Hole and ALIFE present "ART MACHINE"

The Hole art gallery and ALIFE present their upcoming art-driven project titled “ART MACHINE.”

Kenny Scharf "NATURAFUTURA" & "THREE DOZEN!" Exhibition Recap
Art

Kenny Scharf "NATURAFUTURA" & "THREE DOZEN!" Exhibition Recap

Kenny Scharf was born in Los Angeles and rose to prominence alongside his friends and

George Thompson "Revisionist History" at Known Gallery
Art

George Thompson "Revisionist History" at Known Gallery

Los Angeles art collective The Seventh Letter has teamed up with Known Gallery to present

Google Art Project
Art

Google Art Project

Utilizing its well-documented Google Street View technology to capture expansive landscapes,


Juxtapoz: An Interview with MoMA Curator of Film, Ron Magliozzi
Art

Juxtapoz: An Interview with MoMA Curator of Film, Ron Magliozzi

In anticipation of their upcoming film premiere with MoMA, Juxtapoz magazine interviews the

Hedi Slimane "Fragments Americana" Exhibition at the Almine Rech Gallery
Art

Hedi Slimane "Fragments Americana" Exhibition at the Almine Rech Gallery

Fashion designer turned photographer Hedi Slimane will present a body of photographic work

IOCOSE: Sunflower Seeds on Sunflower Seeds
Art

IOCOSE: Sunflower Seeds on Sunflower Seeds

In the last few months, Chinese contemporary artist Ai WeiWei has been the focus of varying

INSA "MORE" Exhibition at FIFTY24SF
Art

INSA "MORE" Exhibition at FIFTY24SF

British street and graffiti artist INSA will drop into San Francisco for an upcoming exhibition

52 Spheres by James Jarvis
Art

52 Spheres by James Jarvis

In a trend that has manifested itself as a theme through various cultures in recent times,

More ▾
 
Subscribe to our Newsletter

Gain access to exclusive interviews with industry creatives, think pieces, trend forecasts, guides and more.

By subscribing, you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Looks like you’re using an ad-blocker

We charge advertisers instead of our readers. Support us by whitelisting our site.

Whitelist Us

How to Whitelist Us

screenshot
  1. Click the AdBlock icon in the browser extension area in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Under “Pause on this site” click “Always”.
  3. Refresh the page or click the button below to continue.
screenshot
  1. Click the AdBlock Plus icon in the browser extension area in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Block ads on – This website” switch off the toggle to turn it from blue to gray.
  3. Refresh the page or click the button below to continue.
screenshot
  1. Click the AdBlocker Ultimate icon in the browser extension area in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Switch off the toggle to turn it from “Enabled on this site” to “Disabled on this site”.
  3. Refresh the page or click the button below to continue.
screenshot
  1. Click the Ghostery icon in the browser extension area in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Click on the “Ad-Blocking” button at the bottom. It will turn gray and the text above will go from “ON” to “OFF”.
  3. Refresh the page or click the button below to continue.
screenshot
  1. Click the UBlock Origin icon in the browser extension area in the upper right-hand corner.
  2. Click on the large blue power icon at the top.
  3. When it turns gray, click the refresh icon that has appeared next to it or click the button below to continue.
screenshot
  1. Click the icon of the ad-blocker extension installed on your browser.You’ll usually find this icon in the upper right-hand corner of your screen. You may have more than one ad-blocker installed.
  2. Follow the instructions for disabling the ad blocker on the site you’re viewing.You may have to select a menu option or click a button.
  3. Refresh the page or click the button below to continue.