Simeti Turi Simeti, Un Tondo Grigio, signed and dated 91
From the Property of an important Italian collection

Italian artist Turi Simeti, was a member of the Zero group, along side other Italian artists Enrico Castellani and Agostino Bonalumi. The young generation of artists were exhibited at the Zero Avantgarde show that Lucio Fontana organised. For Simeti, this exhibition sparked a string of solo shows across Europe and later in Brazil.

Turi Simeti Turi Simeti

Simeti's style is defined by his use of monochrome colours, flat surfaces and geometric forms.

Simeti's work has been showed all over the world including at the London's Mayor Gallery in 2012 Gagosian Gallery, Geneva, in 2015.

Kroner Sven Kroner, Love Me, signed twice, titled, numbered 163 and dated 2007 on the reverse
From the Property of an important Dutch collection

German artist Sven Kroner's rich landscapes are inspired by his childhood spent in the mountains and forests of southern Germany.

Sven Kroner Sven Kroner

His works are inspired by Romantic artists such as Caspar David Friedrich, John Constable and J.M.W. Turner. Contrary to his influences, Kroner features humans in his landscapes, whether physically or implied through depictions as human activity including railway tracks or carvings on trees.

Memphis Collection Shiro Kuramata for Memphis Milano, Kyoto table, no. 106, 1983

Executed by Memphis, Milan between 1983-1989, this table is an early example from the Memphis archive. During the 1980s the ‘Kyoto’ table production involved more elaborate handwork using a greater density, quantity and variation of coloured glass inlay compared to the later examples.

In the 1980s, the Memphis collection revolutionised the creative and commercial logic of the design world. The company was founded on the initiative of Ettore Sottsass and a group of young Milanese architects and designers and was later joined by some of the most famous names on the internatinal design scene.

Auction FIVE: Post-War & Contemporary Art including Design will take place on 29th November at Westergasfabriek, Transformatorhuis.. Viewing will take place from 24th-28th November.