DANAD DESIGN unveils unseen works at Clerkenwell Design Week
Danad Design was set up in 1959 by a collective formed of 6 artists who lived or hung out at Marden Hill at the time. Barry Daniels, Peter Blake, Bernard Cohen, Tom Adams, Edward Wright, Robyn Deny and architects Colin Huntley and Peter Adams. Their use of everyday objects / furniture to display their art and design is considered by many art historians to be a defining moment in Pop Art. This furniture was never massed produced and was only sold through London outlets Liberty’s, Heals and Harrods. Danad Design burned brightly for a short time helping launch the careers of some of Britain s most respected artists but being artists they couldn’t run a business and more to the point, didn’t want to.
DANAD DESIGN will be presenting unseen works at Clerkenwell Design Festival by Tom Adam, Peter Blake, Bernard Cohen, Robyn Deny, Barry Daniels, Edward Wright
Venue address: Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell Close, EC1R 0EA
24 – 26 May 2016
Opening hours: 10:00-21:00 every day during CDW
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