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Articles by Anna Sansom

Anna Sansom is a British journalist, based in Paris, who writes about contemporary art, design and architecture.

Paris Dispatch / September 2022 by Anna Sansom

Paris: From ambitious modular furniture by Rino Claessens to Daphné Verley’s colourful totems, via an exhibition of exceptional Japanese potters – ceramics feature strongly this autumn.

Giacomo Ravagli: Open Vein by Anna Sansom

Giacomo Ravagli: A new exhibition of geometric sculptural lights and minimalist tables sings of the Italian designer’s honed sculptural skills.

Paris Design Week 2022 by Anna Sansom

Paris Design Week: Anna Sansom reports back on five captivating exhibitions of collectible design.

Leo Orta by Anna Sansom

Leo Orta: Striking out independently with a solo show, the designer discusses his new compass setting.

South of France Dispatch / August 2022 by Anna Sansom

South of France Dispatch: Three outstanding locations showcasing contemporary ceramics and glass – from Antoine Pierini at Villa Kérylos, to group shows at Fondation Villa Datris and MO.CO.

‘Coffee Table’, 1972 by Anna Sansom

‘Coffee Table’, 1972: Ado Chale

‘Organic Yakisugi n2’, 2020 by Anna Sansom

‘Organic Yakisugi n2’, 2020: Vincent Dubourg

Paris Dispatch / July 2022 by Anna Sansom

Paris Dispatch / July 2022: We round up the hottest summer shows in the coolest galleries in heatwave Paris.

Joana Vasconcelos: Stupid Furniture by Anna Sansom

Joana Vasconcelos - Stupid Furniture: The Portuguese artist who deconstructs reality by reimagining furniture.

BAD+ by Anna Sansom

BAD+: Bordeaux launches a new art and design fair.

FAINA: Stepping on Ukrainian Soil by Anna Sansom

FAINA Gallery: Awarded best stand in the Curio section of emerging exhibitors at Design Miami/ Basel for its installation ‘Stepping on Ukrainian soil’.

Colour Rush! An Installation by Sabine Marcelis by Anna Sansom

Colour Rush! Sabine Marcelis’s curation of the Vitra Design Museum’s furniture collection is an ode to colour.

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