LOS ANGELES — February 6, 2017 — LECLAIREUR Los Angeles once again set the stage for guests to experience NATURAL CHAOS Golden Edition No. 1 created by Arne Quinze. The magical piece was showcased in the Residence, located on the third floor of the modern gallery on the famous North Robertson Boulevard in West Hollywood.
NATURAL CHAOS is an impressive piece that spans approximately 45 kg of precious metal that was used to produce the 1.30 m × 1.25 m × 1.55 m (L × W × H) work. It is primarily made of 18-carat rose gold and of the finest 18-carat palladium white gold in rod and pipe form, as well as gold wire and leaves, flat strips of gold and various golden jewelry ornaments that VERIDOR prepared beforehand, according to the artist’s designs.
LECLAIREUR Los Angeles Owner, Meryl Hadida continues to build on her philosophy, to collaborate with galleries and artists from all over the world to enrich the synergy of design across borders. By bringing her own flare and passion for art and design to West Hollywood, Hadida has found her calling introducing collectors to one of a kind pieces.
" Having followed Arne Quinze's work and admired every step of it, it is with great pride that we exhibit his Gold Chaos, the masterpiece at the apogee of his Natural Chaos series,” says Hadida.
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About Arne Quinze
Quinze, who began working as a graffiti artist in the eighties, lives and works in Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium. Quinze creates large and small sculptures, drawings, paintings, and large-scale installations. Smaller works, sketches, and drawings are the basis and research for his large installations. Recurring fundamentals in his oeuvre are the use of multiple types of wood, including salvaged wood, electrical colors in fluorescent paint, and themes referring to social interaction, communication, and urbanism. Since a while he’s working on large steel installations. In every culture Quinze comes across, he unravels physical processes, drawing inspiration for his oeuvre, and is fueled by overwhelming optimism.
Besides building architectural sculptures, he creates complex art pieces and video installations inscribing his vision in society of how people see themselves and society. Works as Bidonvilles,
Stilthouses, Chaos and My Home My House My Stilthouse, My Secret Garden have been shown on several exhibitions worldwide.
About LECLAIREUR Los Angeles
LECLAIREUR Los Angeles brings together the most sought‐after creative perspectives from around the world to the West Coast. An intentional choice, a 1960s French‐style revival mansion, has been carefully restored with a high modern touch. A careful selection of design furniture and lifestyle pieces is displayed in a residential context, creating the feeling of being at home – in a dream. The gallery offers exclusive insight into some of the world’s greatest independent designers and artists as well as unparalleled access to leading design icons and their rarities.