Mattia Bonetti

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Mattia Bonetti
Born1952
Lugano, Switzerland
EducationCentro Scolastico per l’Industria Artistica, Lugano
Known forDesign

Mattia Bonetti (born 1952) is a Paris-based artist and designer. Bonetti was born in Lugano, Switzerland, and studied textile design at the Centro Scolastico per l’Industria Artistica. Bonetti moved from Switzerland to Paris, where he now lives and work. Prior to designing furniture, Bonetti worked as a stylist and photographer. In 1979 he began designing furniture. All of his work begins as a freehand sketch which is then fabricated. Bonetti has worked with the same fabricators for decades, employing craftsmen to make transform his drawings.

For the booth of Paul Kasmin Gallery at the 2015 edition of TEFAF Maastricht, Bonetti was responsible for the design of the entire display, which also included the wooden floors, upholstered chairs, and tables, and designed wallpaper based on one of his watercolors.[1]

Selected Solo Exhibitions[edit]

  • 2017: "New Works," David Gill Gallery, London (June, upcoming)
  • 2014: "New Works," David Gill Gallery, London
  • 2013: "Indoor, Outdoor," Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
  • 2012: "New Works," David Gill Gallery, London
  • 2011: Duke & Duke, Los Angeles
  • 2010: "New York," Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York
  • 2008: "New Works," David Gill Gallery, London
  • 2008: Galerie Cat-Berros, Paris
  • 2004: "New Works," David Gill Gallery, London

Public collections[edit]

Mattia Bonetti's work is included in the collections of the Le Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris; Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris; Seibu Museum, Tokyo; Kunstmuseum, Düsseldorf, Germany; Le Grand Hornu, Belgium; Cooper-Hewitt Museum, New York,[2] the Museum of Carcassonne, among many others.

Selected Press[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Alanna Martinez (March 14, 2015), What the Art World’s Old Money is Buying at Europe’s Most Prestigious Fair The New York Observer.
  2. ^ "Collection: Mattia Bonetti". Cooper-Hewitt Museum.