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Judith Gura

Judith Gura is a New York-based writer and lecturer with a special focus on contemporary design. She has been covering the design market for the past two decades, and has published a number of books on modern design, furniture and interiors.

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A thought-provoking collection of contemporary collectible design comes to Los Angeles, inspired by the concept of Archeofuturism.
Contemporary design joins vintage as the gallery expands its space and focus in a new location.
Still breaking the mould at eighty.
Art-historical categories are muted in favour of an interdisciplinary approach: the jury is still out whether design is served well by MoMA’s latest expansion.
A two day sale dedicated to Les Lalanne's personal collection
By combining ideas drawn from nature with intelligent designs and virtuoso craftsmanship, Boulloud makes magic with metal.
A career-spanning exhibition honours the pioneer of 'design-art'.
A lively exhibition that purposefully blurs the line between artist-made and designer-made pieces.
Judith Gura meets ‘the man who rediscovered Art Deco’ and built a pioneering collection of contemporary design.
A diverse late-summer show in the Hamptons.
Guest curators Pembrooke and Ives unpack the archive at R & Company.
The legendary designer who ranged from couture to furniture.
Brooklyn-based design team, Chen Chen and Kai Williams, show their latest work at Future Perfect’s new exhibition space – a townhouse in New York’s West Village.
As Loellmann makes his debut at Twenty First Gallery in New York, Judith Gura charts his stellar rise.
An exhibition focussing primarily on the designer's furniture, and its historical context.
A show of ‘Generation X’ designers highlights their originality and self-expressive energy.
Two design shows: two marketing styles.
Judith Gura discovers how his instinct for design and innovative marketing was honed.
Sculptor of fantasies.
On the eve of the announcement of his departure from Phillips, Judith Gura found out how this market maestro came to lead his field.
The fair distinguished itself with some strong contemporary work – and the largest audiences yet.
Contemporary artists are pushing the boundaries and producing some playful, original and unconventional designs.
A celebration of the poetic, surrealist style belonging to an extraordinary double act.
Does the well-designed object have a role in our digital age?
‘Cute’ and ‘cuddly’ design is tapping into an ancient human instinct.
In conversation with a prominent collector of avant-garde design.
Tiffany lamps and works by Les Lalanne were among the highlights of the sales.