Top 10 picks from Nomad St Moritz

Top 10 picks from Nomad St Moritz

The art world’s glitterati and collectors descended on the quiet and picturesque Alpine village of Samedan for the second edition of the travelling design showcase Nomad (8-11 February). Donning oversized sunglasses and their finest winter gear, they gathered at the Samedan’s Chesa Planta, a magnificent 16th-century stately patrician house. The event, which distinguishes itself from traditional art and design fairs by exhibiting works in breathtaking architectural locations, was launched last April in Monaco at Villa La Vigie – a vast cliff-top mansion that overlooks Monte Carlo Beach Club. Its wintertime sequel was no less spectacular. Swapping the coast for the piste, Nomad St Moritz showcased works from over 20 galleries across Chesa Planta’s wood-panelled baroque interiors. Here are our highlights...

Photography: Studio Vedet / Giulia Piermatiri

Ettore Sottsass’s Asteroid Lamp at Galleria Luisa Delle Piani's set up at Nomad St. Moritz

Contrasting with the traditional Alpine surrounds, Galleria Luisa delle Piane exhibited playful totem-like works by the likes of Josef Hoffmann, Ettore Sottsass and Andrea Branzi. Pictured: A series of expressive vases by Andrea Branzi were made especially for the Milanese gallerist

Galleria Luisa delle Piane
Milan, Italy

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