Back to All Events

Sebastián Errazuriz: Monologues in the Artist’s Studio

  • Arthur Satz Auditorium, New York School of Interior Design 170 East 70th Street New York, NY, 10021 United States (map)

Join us for a screening of the new documentary, Sebastián Errazuriz: Monologues in the Artist’s Studio by Palu Abadia, recipient of the Best documentary on Architecture and Design Master of Art Film Festival & Award of Merit in Docs without Borders Film Festival. The screening will be followed by a discussion, moderated by design historian Daniella Ohad.

With his own conceptual, comprehensive, and unique body of work, Chilean-born, Brooklyn-based artist/designer Sebastián Errazuriz has come to exemplify the designer in our modern age. Errazuriz’s prominent place in the world of collectible design, soon to be exhibited by London-based David Gill Gallery, is primarily because of his exquisite sense of beauty and a distinct aesthetic sensibility. In his hands, even the most challenging realities and political instabilities are presented in a form with sensual beauty. He crosses the boundaries of art, photography, design, architecture, and fashion with instinctive ease, while demonstrating a deep understanding of the sensitive balance between art and the marketplace.

SE installation.jpg
Earlier Event: October 19
Dialogues on Design with Stephen Sills
Later Event: November 8
Rockefeller Family Gardens