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PHOTOS © FEAST PROJECTS, HONG KONG

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ПРОЕКТ LAST TRAIN БЫЛ СОЗДАН ДЛЯ 55 ВЕНЕЦИАНСКОЙ БИЕННАЛЕ ПРИ ПОДДЕРЖКЕ КОМПАНИИ DIACORE

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Собираясь сесть на последний поезд из Неаполя, я прибыл на платформу в тот момент, когда двери уже закрылись. Поезд задержался совсем ненадолго, но я успел увидеть в пустом вагоне парня – своим кольцом он делал на стекле удивительные рисунки. Это напомнило мне изображения Пикассо – его рисования в воздухе. Я не знал, как выбраться из Неаполя в ту ночь, но чувствовал, что увиденное мною необыкновенное действие – компенсация за упущенный поезд.

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THE LAST TRAIN WAS CREATED FOR 55TH VENICE BIENNALE WITH SUPPORT OF DIACORE COMPANY

I was going to catch the last train from Naples – I arrived on the platform just as the doors closed. The train lingered a little and I saw that in an empty carriage there was a guy with a ring on his fist, doing the most amazing drawings on the glass. It reminded me of the images of Picasso drawing with a match in the air. Although I didn’t know how I would get out of Naples that night, I felt like I was compensated for missing my train by witnessing some beauty that no one else had seen before.

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LIST OF WORKS Pages 46, 54, 56, 58-61: Pressed Flower Red, 2013 Steel, glass, leather, plastic and vinyl 370 x 200 x 20 cm Pages 69-73, 83: Pressed Flower Petrol Blue, 2013 Steel, glass, leather, plastic and vinyl 370 x 220 x 20 cm

Pages 18-21: The Last Train machine Aluminium frame, steel mechanism, resin hand, diamond ring 118 cm x 146 cm x 36 cm Pages 27: Last Train - Ron Arad, 2013 Glass, LEDs and powder coated aluminium frames 146 x 118 x 5 cm

Pages 57, 64-67, 76: Pressed Flower Yellow, 2013 Steel, glass, leather, plastic and vinyl 370 x 250 x 20 cm

Pages 25: Last Train - Robert Wilson, 2013 Glass, LEDs and powder coated aluminium frames 146 x 118 x 5 cm

Pages 6-13, 15: Free Standing China, 2009 Poly-mirror stainless and COR-TEN steel 348 x 420 x 65 cm Pages 68, 72-73, 76-77, 80-82, 84: New Ping Pong, 2008-2015 Mirror polished stainless steel and patinated bronze 83,4 x 276,3 x 149,6 cm

Pages 26: Last Train - Francesco Clemente, 2013 Glass, LEDs and powder coated aluminium frames 146 x 118 x 5 cm Pages 28: Last Train - AES+F, 2016 Glass, LEDs and powder coated aluminium frames 146 x 118 x 5 cm

Pages 32, 36, 40-45: D-sofa, 1993 Polished copper and steel 101.5 x 216 x 89 cm

Pages 29: Last Train - Oleg Kulik, 2016 Glass, LEDs and powder coated aluminium frames 146 x 118 x 5 cm

Pages 37, 38, 39, 55:

2RNot, 1992 Polished and patinated bronze 76.2 x 61 x 61 cm

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SELECTED SHOWS 2016 Ron Arad: “Summer Exhibition”, Ben Brown Fine Arts, London 2016 Ron Arad: “Ron Arad Rocks!,” Louisa Guinness Gallery, London 2015 Ron Arad: “in Reverse”, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York 2014 Paris Motor Show, October 2014 2014 Ron Arad: “Last Train”, Ron Arad Studio, London 2013 Ron Arad: “in Reverse”, Pinacoteca, Turin 2013 Ron Arad: “in Reverse”, Design Museum, Holon, Israel 2013 Ron Arad: “Last Train”, Palazzo Cavalli Franchetti, Venice 2012 Ron Arad: 720°, The Israel Museum, Jerusalem 2011 Ron Arad: “Curtain Call”, Roundhouse, London 2010 Ron Arad: “Restless”, Barbican Art Gallery, London 2009 Ron Arad, Ben Brown Fine Arts, Hong Kong Ron Arad: “New Work”, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London Ron Arad, Gallery Mourmans, Maastricht Ron Arad, Gana Art Gallery, Seoul 2009 Ron Arad: “No Discipline”, Museum of Modern Art, New York 2008 Ron Arad: “No Discipline”, Pompidou Centre, Paris 2007 “Restless”, Friedman Benda Gallery, New York “Bodyguards”, Metropol, Milan “The Dogs Barked”, de Pury & Luxembourg, Zurich 2006 “There is no solution because there is no problem”, 508 West 26 Street, New York (with Barry Friedman Gallery) ”Blo-Glo”, Dolce & Gabbana, Metropol, Milan ”Blo-Jobs”, Gallery Mourmans, Lanaken, Belgium 2005 ”Paved with Good Intentions”, a new installation by Ron Arad, Miami Basel ”Designs by Ron Arad”, Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art Ron Arad: ”A Retrospective Exhibition”, Barry Friedman Ltd, New-York Ron Arad: ”New Works & Installation”, featuring Mike Figgis film for the exhibition ”In Space”, Phillips de Pury & Co., Chelsea, New-York 2004 ”Ron Arad Fatto In Italia”, Venice Biennale 9 International Exhibition of Architecture, ”Metamorph”, Vincenza ”Lo-rez-dolores-tabula-rasa”, Galeria Marconi, Milan

2003 ”Ron Arad in Galerie Stefan Vogdt”, Galerie der Moderne, Munich ”Ron Arad Studio Works: 1981-2003”, Louisa Guinness Gallery, London ”Von Mensch zu Mensch”, Sparda Bank, Münster ”Ron Arad”, Galeria Marconi, Milan “Permetre’s la Llibertat”, Centre d’Art Santa Monica, Barcelona 2002 “Two Floors”, Galeria Marconi, Milan 2001 “Delight in Dedark”, Galeria Marconi, Milan 2000 “Not Made By Hand Not Made in China”, Galeria Marconi, Milan “Before and After Now”, Victoria and Albert Museum, London 1998 R.T.W. Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow 1997 Ron Arad new acquisitions, Montreal Museum of Decorative Arts Ron Arad at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia Ron Arad and Ingo Maurer, Spazio Krizia, Milan 1996 Glasgow Festival of Architecture & Design Ron Arad and Ingo Maurer, Spazio Krizia, Milan 1995 Ron Arad – Gazi, Athens The work of Ron Arad, Museum of Applied Arts, Helsinki Ron Arad and Ingo Maurer, Triennale, Milan “Sticks and Stones”, Vitra Design Museum, Touring Exhibition 1990-1995 1994 “L’Esprit du Nomade”, Cartier Fondation, Paris 1993 “Breeding in Captivity”, Edward Totah Gallery, London “Design in the 20th Century”, Grand Palais, Paris “One Off and Short Runs”, Centre for Contemporary Arts, (Warsaw, Krakow, Prague) 1991 “A Break with Tradition”, Rohska Museum, Gothenburg, Sweden 1990 Ron Arad: “Recent Works”, Tel Aviv Museum of Art 1987 “Nouvelles Tendences”, Centre Georges Pompidou “Documenta 8”, Kassel 1986 “Intellectual Interiors”, Seibo, Tokyo with P. Starck, R. Kawakubo, S. Kuramata

AWARDS • Compasso d’Oro, Italy 2016 • Pillar of the Roundhouse, London 2014 • London Design Medal 2011 • Honorary Doctorate at Tel Aviv University 2010 • The Jerusalem Prize for Arts and Letters, awarded by Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design, Israel 2006 • FX magazine Designer of the Year Award, 2005 • Architektur & Wohnen Designer of the Year Award, 2004 • Finalist for the 2002 World Technology Award for Design

• Royal Designer for Industry 2002 • Oribe Art & Design Award, Gifu, Japan, 2001 • Gio Ponti International Design Award, Denver, 2001 • Barcelona Primavera International Award for Design, 2001 • Co-winner of Perrier Jouët Selfridges Design Prize, London, 2001 • Design Plus Award, Frankfurt/Main; Internationaler Designpreis Baden-Württemberg, Design Center Stuttgart, 1999 • Designer of the Year, Salon du Meuble, Paris, 1994

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ARCHITECTURAL PROJECTS: • Armadillo Tea Canopy – prefabricated modular enclosure (2016); • Watergate Hotel, Washington DC – Public Areas and Restaurants (2016); • Beit Shulamit – cancer hospital and research centre, Israel (to be completed 2019); • D House – private residence, Tokyo (2015); • Onion House – Prefabricated Villa, 2010 onwards; • Totseret Ha’Aretz Towers, Tel Aviv, 2010 onwards; • Vortext, public art installation, Seoul, 2009; • Ohayon Villa, Marrakech (2007); • 154 Ha-Yarkon Street, Tel Aviv (2006); • Mediacite, Liege, Belgium (2009); • Zion Square Sculpture, Jerusalem (2005); • Hotel, Kristallwelten in Wattens, Austria (2004); • Design Museum, Holon, Israel (2010); • Upperworld Hotel, Battersea Power Station, London (2003); • Y ’s (Yohji Yamamoto) flagship store, in Roppongi Hills, Tokyo (2003);

• Hotel “Puerta America”, Madrid (2005); • Hotel ”Duomo”, Rimini, Italy (2006); • Maserati Headquarters Showroom, Italy (2003); • Millenium House Project, Quatar (2002); • Selfridges Technology Hall, London (2001); • The Tel Aviv Opera Foyer Architecture, Israel (1994); • The Belgo Noord (1994) and Belgo Centraal (1995) restaurants, London; • Concept of Sport Cafes incorporating state of the art interactive A/V technology for Adidas, Kronenbourg, France (1996); • Private residence, London (1998); • “Winning: The Design of Sports” for the Glasgow, 1999, UK, City of Architecture and Design; • E xhibition enclosure for Islamic Art in Doha, Qatar (2002-2003); • The winning scheme for the flagship Adidas Stadium, Paris (1995-1996).

WORK IN PUBLIC COLLECTIONS Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Montreal Musée des Beaux Arts, Montreal Vitra Design Museum, Weil am Rhein Musée National d’A rt Moderne/Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris Fond National d’A rt Contemporain, Paris Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris Centre National d’A rt Plastique, Paris Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Museum of Modern Art, New York Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

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Victoria and Albert Museum, London Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester Design Museum, London Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, Amsterdam Rohsska Design Museum, Gothenburg Powerhouse, Sydney Design Museum, Osaka Design Museum, Nürnberg Neue Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich Landesmuseum Baden-Württemberg, Stuttgart


Ron Arad november 18, 2016 - february 01, 2017

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