Three Characters in the Second Act: The Royal Family / Adam Nathaniel Furman, 2019/ Courtesy of Camp Design Gallery
Camp Design Gallery presents “Three characters in the second act: The Royal Family” by Adam Nathaniel Furman
Camp Design Gallery continues its collaboration with Adam Nathaniel Furman, showcasing Three Characters in the Second Act: The Royal Family, a project realized with the historic Italian company Abet Laminati. The project focuses on contemporary collectible design through three specially commissioned pieces, each of which generates its forceful presence through the deployment of intricately patterned surfaces and intriguing architectures. Three Characters In the Second Act is a vision of the home as a court of domestic deviance played out through the ecstatic surfaces of a bourgeois nightmare.
Camp Design Gallery, Milan, specializes in collectible contemporary design that aims to investigate material culture, renewing the concept of contemporary design and production beyond the canonical limits of art and design in the name of unique works. Founded in 2015, the gallery work is based on research, experimentation, and contamination of contemporary codes and languages, resulting in unique design objects born from the collaboration of international designers and artists. It is a new space for design, a place that generates opportunities and synergies to create a constructive cultural network, critical and dynamic, opening up to curatorial projects and partnerships with cultural institutions and art foundations.