Samuel Ross' 'COARSE' Exhibition Connects "Physique, Materials, That means, and Reminiscence"

British designer Samuel Ross has opened the doorways to his second solo exhibition and first in New York Metropolis. Positioned in Chelsea, Friedman Benda‘s artwork gallery welcomes Ross with open arms as he presents COARSE.

The A-COLD-WALL* founder creates bespoke furnishings with industrial outlines, linking “physique, materials, which means, and reminiscence” from a geographical standpoint. COARSE designates an area for neighborhood and takes inspiration from the West African diaspora. Each paintings evokes a selected feeling, merging self and matter for a dual-conscious impact.

The exhibition sees industrialized supplies reminiscent of firewood, steel, stone, and marble bonded with turmeric, honey, and milk to awaken “reminiscences” inside. The uncooked elements collide to create technical benches with rugged edges and tinted pockets, whereas tables obtain gradient finishes. Angular marble slabs are related with vibrant pole buildings, injecting modernism into historical parts.

Take a better take a look at Samuel Ross’ COARSE exhibition above. It’s on view now at Friedman Benda in New York Metropolis.

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Originally posted 2023-05-23 10:51:48.