Intensively decorative and sumptuous style of the 17th and 18th centuries defines the collection, combined with the Campana Brothers own take on Brazilian art and culture. The collection includes new coffee tables, to be shown for the first time, as well as a selection of works first shown at The Museum of Decorative Arts in Paris last fall.
‘The work of the Campana Brothers never fails to surprise us,” said David Gill, gallery owner. “Their choice of material, research and use of found and created objects makes their work new and contemporary.”
The collection introduces a strongly theatrical, gothic element and a sense of luxury, channeling the glories of the Rococo period and its sumptuous gold and bronze decoration.