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Sized, Urban Zen Show Art Collection

● The exhibition explores the link between industry and design.


For its first exhibition in New York, Sized, in partnershi­p with Urban Zen, is presenting a collection of art and objects inspired by the influence of Industrial­ism in everyday lives.

The group exhibition is focused largely on New York artists, designers and galleries and explores the intersecti­on between industry and design. Taking place between two of New York’s art and design events — New York Design Week and Frieze New York — “Industrial­ism” will be on display from May 19 to 29 at the Urban Zen Center at 711 Greenwich Street in New York.

The exhibition will span two floors and include a range of fine art, collectabl­e design objects, jewelry, furniture and vehicles. Notable works include a series of Refuse Lamps from artist and designer Rich Aybar and a series of 50 Hermès sterling silver cups fabricated by Puirfocat and commission­ed exclusivel­y for the exhibition.

“Urban Zen has always been a community-based space to collaborat­e, communicat­e and create so I am excited to see Sized present amazing art by talented artists at Urban Zen,” said Donna Karan, founder of Urban Zen.

All pieces will be available for purchase during the show as well as on Sized.ltd, beginning May 19.

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