See the fantastic world of Friedman Benda’s new exhibition – With the purpose to create a living dollhouse, curator Felix Burritcher transformed Friedman Benda‘s gallery into a playful and joyful interior design show. Called Blow-Up, the artistic showcase opened on January 10th and closes February 16th and narrates a series of domestic fantasies.
Complete with bedroom, dining room, kitchen, study, and nursery, the fantasy house that comes alive in this exhibition resembles a complete Freudian experience. The founder and editor of the architecture and design magazine PIN–UP was responsible for this amazing and over the top curation that looks like a re-imagination of the child story classic Alice in Wonderland.
Considered to be a show about the aesthetics and materiality of scale, Blow-Up creates the sensation of being in the presence of shrunken furniture and macro scale room divisions.
This is the fifth annual guest-curated exhibition in the gallery that is located in New York City. The gallery presents exhibitions by established and emerging designers who create historically significant work.
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