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Jim Lambie, Answer machine, 2014

Jim Lambie, Answer machine, 2014

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland, The Belt 2013

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland, The Belt 2013

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland makes interventions of floors.

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland makes interventions of floors.

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. 14 Carrots, 2008

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. 14 Carrots, 2008

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. Vortex ‘Love Song” (detail) 2012

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. Vortex ‘Love Song” (detail) 2012

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. Metal Box (Summer Breeze), 2010

Jim Lambie artist from Scotland. Metal Box (Summer Breeze), 2010

All white finish makes any space lightt and contemporary. This is Arco 2014 by Emmanuel Romero with STUA Gas chairs & Marea tables.

All white finish makes any space lightt and contemporary. This is Arco 2014 by Emmanuel Romero with STUA Gas chairs & Marea tables.

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STUA collection has one of the most popular stool in the world now: Onda, a Jesus Gasca design.

STUA collection has one of the most popular stool in the world now: Onda, a Jesus Gasca design.

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The new STUA Nube armchairs in monochrome “Lamadrid” fabrics.

The new STUA Nube armchairs in monochrome “Lamadrid” fabrics.

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New from STUA: the all-black Deneb table & bench, suitable for outdoor

New from STUA: the all-black Deneb table & bench, suitable for outdoor

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Adel Abdessemed

Adel Abdessemed transforms well-known materials and imagery into unexpected and charged artistic declarations, working across a wide range of media, including drawing, video, photography, performance, and sculpture. Pulling freely from a myriad of sources—personal, historical, social, and political—his visual language is simultaneously rich and economical, sensitive and controversial, radical and mundane. His art addresses the underlying effects of globalized society on the individual, often using his own personal circumstances as a point of departure. (From David Zwirner)

Algerian artist Adel Abdessemed, Moscow, 2010

Algerian artist Adel Abdessemed, Moscow, 2010