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Articles by Judith Gura

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

Speculations on Value by Judith Gura

What is a piece of design worth?

New York Dispatch: March 2020 by Judith Gura

New York Dispatch / March 2020: A report on the design market during COVID-19.

Mela Morsicata – Studio65: Irony & Transgression by Judith Gura

Mela Morsicata – Studio65 / Irony & Transgression: Iconic, ironic and radical – an exhibition drawn from the archives of the avant-garde Italian design group.

Mathieu Lehanneur in New York by Judith Gura

The designer opens a new space on Lower East Side, to introduce his more experimental work to New York's savvy audience.

Misha Kahn: Soft Bodies, Hard Spaces by Judith Gura

Misha Kahn / Soft Bodies, Hard Spaces: A wild imagination, no boundaries and technical prowess produces an extraordinary show, from a rising US star of collectible design.

In The Hot Seat / Gallery ALL by Judith Gura

In The Hot Seat / Gallery ALL: Five years on, the youngest dealers in the collectible design world are successfully developing 21st century Chinese design.

Dominique Lévy by Judith Gura

Dominique Lévy: An art dealer passionate about design.

Comfort by Judith Gura

Comfort: Is comfort a sedative? Is discomfort intellectually superior? An exhibition that provides a philosophical foray into the relationship between design and comfort.

Wendell Castle and the ‘Quiet Revolution’ by Judith Gura

A retrospective of his early furniture and sculptures, set amongst the works of his contemporaries.

In The Hot Seat / Zesty Meyers and Evan Snyderman by Judith Gura

In The Hot Seat / Zesty Meyers and Evan Snyderman: R & Company have been championing contemporary collectible design for over twenty years – it all started in the flea markets of Philadephia and Manhattan.

December Sales 2019: New York by Judith Gura

The sales reveal a cooling off for midcentury modernism, but the appetite for Les Lalanne continues to grow.

Dozie Kanu: Function by Judith Gura

Dozie Kanu / Function: Determinedly resisting pigeon-holes and boundaries, this young artist’s exploration of his heritage through ‘pragmatic sculpture’ is both thought-provoking and enigmatic.

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