Thursday, January 31, 2013
At EDIT, we have always loved the surreal feel of empty theatres. They are beautiful images in their own right and have a wonderful sense of anticipation about them.
Some of the theatres we have loved include:
First Row: The Cuvilliés Theatre, Munich and The Margravial Opera House, Bayreuth
Second Row: Český Krumlov Castle, Český Krumlov and The National Theatre, Munich
Third Row: National Academy of Music, Paris and The Margravial Opera House, Bayreuth
Forth Row: National Academy of Music, Paris and La Fenice Theatre, Venice
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Header Fabric EDIT ‘Hedges’, from $160/m
1. Orson & Blake small ‘Vienna’ plate, $17
2. EDIT ‘Hedges’ floor lamp, was $750 now $600
3. Orson & Blake ‘Bamboo’ ceramic canister, $125
4. EDIT ‘Hedges’ cushion 45 x 45cm, $180
5. Orson & Blake Small ceramic parrot, $33
6. Orson & Blake Ceramic jug, $35
Friday, January 25, 2013
From Karen’s photographic series , Fables 2005-2009
The Green Bedroom Louis XVl, The Grand Monkey Room 3, The Queen’s Room and The Battle Gallery
Tuesday, January 22, 2013
1. Orson and Blake African Diagonal Musk Plate 30cm, $33
2. EDIT “Rubbish” cushion 45cm x 45cm, $180
3. Orson and Blake Five Wire Pendant Lamp, $690
4. Orson and Blake Journals A6, $8 and A5, $11
5. Orson and Blake Oslo Coffee Table, $585
6. EDIT “Rubbish” slice chair, $1490
7. Orson and Blake Silk Scarf, $65
Friday, January 11, 2013
Susie Perring, Life in the Old Dog Yet, etching 2005
Tuesday, January 8, 2013
The Bloomsbury Group and the Omega School have always been a great inspiration for EDIT.
Charleston, Monk’s House and Sissinghurst Castle are places we never tire of visiting these.
Charleston – an artists’ home and garden
From 1916 Charleston was the home of Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant, and a rural retreat the for the influential thinkers, writers and artists of the Bloomsbury Group.
Over the years Bell and Grant transformed the house into a place of wonder and inspiration. They decorated the walls and furniture and filled it with textiles, ceramics and paintings.
In the immediate area you can visit Monk’s House, the small weather-board house that was the home of Leonard and Virginia Woolf and Berwick Church, also a must see, is a traditional Sussex church transformed by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant with a series of murals.
In the nearby Kent area, visit Sissinghurst Castle and stroll around the beautiful gardens created by Vita Sackville West.
Friday, January 4, 2013
Ed Ruscha Hon RA, Pools (9) (detail)