The chair is designed by Judson Beaumont of Straight Line Design who claims it is not about the chair, but what you put in it, which is one of our credo’s as well.
This iconic chair has now been given a second life as a decayed period piece of history; upholstered in an amazing silk textile by Rubelli
The M HKA or Museum of Contemporary Art of Antwerp, Belgium, features a retrospect of Panamarenko, a Belgian Artist from Antwerp. There I found this chair installation.
Found this painting by Vincent van Gogh on the Museum of Fine Arts Boston FB Timeline.
Postman Joseph Roulin” painted by Vincent van Gogh in 1888. Roulin was one of Van Gogh’s closest friends and favorite sitters. While painting this portrait, Van Gogh wrote to his brother, “I am now at work with another model…very like Socrates…A more interesting man than many people.”
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P.S. The chair pictured is a BKF Chair aka the “Butterfly Chair” by Antonio Bonet, Juan Kurchan and Jorge Ferrari Hardoy. It’s produced by Knoll.
Photo: Julia Osovskaya