SEPT 21 2021 - SEPT 27 2021
Showcasing the works of Geraldo de Barros, Side Gallery's booth at the 2021 edition of Design Miami/Basel, focused on Unilabor (1954–1961) - the collective that was the leading furniture design brand in Sao Paulo. ¨Cooperativismo e Construção ̈ was curated by Side Gallery's director Luis Sendino with the collaboration of Fabiana de Barros, daughter of Geraldo de Barros and presented a selection of works in several mediums, including furniture and photographs. If you were not in attendance we are excited to invite you to a 3D virtual tour.
MAR 04 2020 - MAR 08 2020
The 2020 edition of COLLECTIBE Design Fair in Brussels was held at the iconic Vanderborght building. The fair is dedicated exclusively to 21st century contemporary design, giving Side Gallery the opportunity to show the works of designers whose concepts were at the forefront of creativity. Side Gallery featured a selected group of young international designers whose works promoted and explored the new ways of the design world, focusing on the investigation of materials, forms and techniques. Side Gallery presented works from Rodrigo Pinto, Lukas Saint-Joigny, Sophie Rowley, Sigve Knutson and the iconic Sabine Marcelis.
DEC 03 2019 - DEC 08 2019
On the occasion of Design Miami 2019, Side Gallery’s booth featured a selection of iconic historical designers such as, Ricardo Fasanello, Sergio Rodrigues and Joe Colombo as well as a combination of contemporary designers including, Muller Van Severen, Guillermo Santomá, and Sabine Marcelis. As well as some new names to gallery, such as Rodrigo Pinto and Sophie Rowley. The exhibition intended to navigate through time proposing a dialogue between architecture and design through the XX and the XXI century.
SALON ART + DESIGN
NEW YORK CITY
NOV 14 2019 - NOV 18 2019
Exhibiting for the at SALON Art + Design in New York, December 2019, Side Gallery presented a collection of works from Brazilian designers Geraldo de Barros, Joaquim Tenreiro, Jorge Zalszupin and Sergio Rodrigues, the modern Brazilian design was carefully combined with a selection of contemporary works, including a lacquered blue buffet by Belgium design duo Muller Van Severen, produced exclusively for Side Gallery.
SEP 30 2019 - OCT 06 2019
On the occasion of PAD London 2019 Side Gallery presented an extensive collection of pieces by the Brazilian master Joaquim Tenreiro. Taken from an important private house in Rio de Janeiro, the gallery mixed iconic works such as the “Leve" chair (1942) and “Concha” chair (1950) with some unique pieces specially commissioned for the family. The organic 20th century design was set in dialogue with contemporary compositions by Julie Richoz and Sabine Marcelis.
JUN 10 2019 - JUN 16 2019
Featuring architect Luis Barragán, Side Gallery’s booth at the 2019 edition of Art Basel, revolved around the Mexican designers, works and palette. Engaging with a historical and the contemporary dialogue, designers Frida Escobedo, Daniel Steegmann Mangrané and Sabine Marcelis, presented exclusive pieces in conversation with work designed and manufactured by Barragán in the 1950´s. Considering Barragan´s sensitivity for colour, his distinctive palette was the inspiration for the hue of booth.
DEC 04 2018 - DEC 09 2018
At the 2018 edition of Design Miami, the Side Gallery booth was curated as navigation through time, expressing a dialogue between architecture and design through the XX and the XXI century. Featuring iconic historical designers such as Lina Bo Bardi, Osvaldo Borsani, Joaquim Tenreiro, Carlo Hauner & Martin Eisler, Gae Aulenti and Gino Sarfatti as well as contemporary designers Guillermo Santomà, Aneta Regel, Pedro Reyes and Sabine Marcelis.
JUN 11 2018 - JUN 18 2018
Side Gallery was thrilled to present: Form Follows Beauty, an exhibition involving two key figures in Latin American design. Brazilian Oscar Niemeyer, a main figure in the development of modern architecture during the twentieth century, and Pedro Reyes, a contemporary Mexican artist, creating a dialogue resonating with both modern and ancient sources. Critics and researchers are yet to thoroughly investigate the parallel between Oscar Niemeyer’s architecture and design. The dialogues between functionality and elegance of form, between artistic sensibility and intuition, are integral aspects of his work.