Former Design Museum curator Libby Sellers has finally launched a permanent gallery space on Berners Street in London. Her first exhibit is by Eindhoven-based designers Formafantasma and features the duo’s acclaimed ceramics
Formafantasma at Gallery Libby Sellers, London
Formafantasma’s Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin, both Italian born, explore the relationship between southern Italy and colonial Africa in their work
Their critically acclaimed ’Moulding Tradition’ ceramics have features of Italian and North African ceramic traditions...
... while their mohair textiles, also currently being show at the gallery, each depict a different Italian colony in Africa
A detail of one of the mohair works – this one representing Tripoli
The Formafantasma exhibit runs until 8 October