A graceful, rhythmic abstract sculpture of multiple biomorphic grey forms with a pitted texture. This work was previously owned by Sir Terence Conran (1931 – 2020). Conran, an inimitable design pioneer and businessman, “did more than anyone to enhance material life in Britain during the second half of the 20th century”, according to The Guardian. These sculptures were on display at Quaglino’s restaurant, one of Conran’s major projects. Quaglino’s was reopened in 1993 and ‘conclusively reshaped the British restaurant scene’. According to rumour, table reservations were traded on the stock exchange, and ashtrays were under constant threat of being stolen.
The sculpture comes in vintage condition, with some chipping to the edges. It has recently undergone some restoration.
Various dims from H18 W52 D10 to H9 W65 D10cm
Not available for hire.