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PP Red Rope Meltdown Chair - Tom Price
PP Blue Rope Meltdown Chair - Tom Price
Accidental Carpet -  Tejo  Remy
Industry Gallery
Industry Gallery
8687 Melrose
Suite B-270
West Hollywood, California 90069
United States
T  1 888 325 0420
info@industrygallery.net
www.industrygallery.net
E-mail address : info@industrygallery.net
Website : http://www.industrygallery.net
 
21st-Century design and architecture, with a strong focus on experimental and avant-garde design employing advanced technologies and materials.

Artists Exhibited at the show:

  • Tobias Klein

    Tobias Klein
  • Elena Manferdini

    Elena Manferdini
  • Geoff Mann

    Geoff Mann
  • Tom Price

    Tom Price

    Tom Price - PP Red Rope Meltdown Chair
    PP Red Rope Meltdown Chair
    Tom Price - PP Blue Rope Meltdown Chair
    PP Blue Rope Meltdown Chair
  • Remy & Veenhuizen

    Remy & Veenhuizen

     Tejo  Remy - Accidental Carpet
    Accidental Carpet

Other Artists represented by the Gallery:

  • Francis Bitonti

    Francis Bitonti



GALLERY INFORMATION

 
Dennis Delgado    Director
Craig Appelbaum   
 
Industry Gallery is the nation’s only gallery dedicated to the exhibition of 21st-century work crossing disciplines of art, science, architecture & design. Founded in a former auto repair shop in Washington DC, the gallery opened in January, 2010 and quickly gained international attention for its unique program. Its first exhibition was covered in the New York Times and it is one of only a handful of galleries around the world to have its work pictured on page A1 of the New York Times (February 28, 2013: "Mutation Cellular Sofa" by Maarten de Ceulaer).

In 2013, the gallery was the only American gallery invited to exhibit at the Gwangju Design Biennale in South Korea. Two of the gallery's artists--Elena Manferdini and Oyler + Wu Collaborative--were invited to participate in the Beijing Architectural Biennale in 2013, and Rem Koolhaus, curator of the Architecture Section of the Venice Biennale 2014, selected gallery artist Tobias Klein to present a unique 3D-printed work of art for the occasion.

The first piece ever sold by the gallery shortly after it opened was to the SF MOMA. Since then, works from gallery exhibitions have been acquired by the LACMA, the Carnegie Museum of Art, the Denver Art Museum, the High Museum (Atlanta), the Mint Museum (Charlotte), and the Milwaukee Art Museum.

In 2013, the gallery moved full-time to Los Angeles. Current projects include public commissions for Arlington County, Virginia, Bloomberg London, and Dubai.