Fernando Mastrangelo Curates 2nd Exhibition of Work from Emerging Designers

09.24.18 | By
Fernando Mastrangelo Curates 2nd Exhibition of Work from Emerging Designers

To mark the opening of his new Brooklyn studio last year, Fernando Mastrangelo curated an exhibition of up-and-coming artists and designers and one year later he’s opened the second edition and it’s called In Good Company / Material Culture. For the latest iteration, he brought on Architectural Digest’s senior design writer Hannah Martin to co-curate a new batch of emerging talent with works that vary greatly in form, scale, and material. The featured designers include Aaron Blendowski, Erica Sellers, Yuko Nishikawa, Brecht Gander, Ian Cochran, Dozie Kanu, Jessica Martin, Ariana Massouh, Juliana Polastri, Ryan Lauderdale, Thing Thing, Serban Ionescu, Only Love Is Real, and Dove Drury Hornbuckle, all of whose work explores post-industrial materials and techniques.

Voyager Series – Blue Spill Mirror by Aaron Blendowski

Dark Matter (left) and Kalliope I (Linus) (right) by Erica Sellers

You See A Sheep by Yuko Nishikawa

True Jelly of the Beast Dry Bar by Brecht Gander

Plump Table by Ian Cochran

Cube Table by Dozie Kanu

Orissa White by Jessica Martin

Untitled Journey by Ariana Massouh & Juliana Polastri

M S Lamp by Ryan Lauderdale

Party Pieces by Thing Thing

Nani Baba by Serban Ionescu

Trinitys by Only Love Is Real

untitled by Only Love Is Real

Ghosts by Only Love Is Real

Pansy and Goblin by Dove Drury Hornbuckle

The exhibition is open until October 5th, 2018 within Mastrangelo’s gallery space at 134 Hinsdale, Street in Brooklyn.

Photography © Cary Whittier

Caroline Williamson is Editor-in-Chief of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.