ORMIALE// 29 May – 25 July 2015

A show by

Fabrice Domercq   Jasper Morrison   Marc Newson

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Rebecca Camhi gallery is happy to present a group show with works and objects by Fabrice Domercq, Jasper Morrison and Marc Newson. The show entitled ORMIALE emerged from the occasion of the presentation of the homonymous wine at Rebecca Camhi gallery. The three designers/artists have been producing the wine together during the last years in a small vineyard at Bordeaux, France.

Ormiale wine

The vineyard is situated in a beautiful location in the north of Entre-deux-Mers, 15 km south of St-Emilion. The red wine, Ormiale, is vinified and bottled at Grand Vin de Bordeaux. Two grape varieties are used for the creation of Ormiale: Merlot, 13 years on average and 50 years old Cabernet Sauvignon. No chemical pesticides are used on the vines while the whole production cycle is performed by hand – from pick up, peeling the grapes to sealing the bottles with wax and labelling. The annual production is approximately 3,500 bottles. More information can be found on Ormiale’s website (www.ormiale.com).

Fabrice Domercq

Born in Paris, lives and works in Brussels.
After opening a design office in Italy in the 90’s, he devoted himself to painting and sculpture. His works reveal an economy of means, simplicity and an ephemeral balance. He has had personal shows at Fondation Cartier and Musee des Arts Decoratifs (Paris) among others.

Jasper Morrison

Born in London, he is one of the most famous and well-respected industrial designers who work on a global scale using advanced technology to develop mass-produced objects. He has worked for Olivetti, Alessi, Alias, Cappellini, FLOS, FSB, MAGIS, Rosenthal, Rowenta, SCP, Vitra, Punkt, Muji, Camper and other famous brands.

Marc Newson

Marc Newson has been described as one of the most influential industrial designers of his generation, creating everything from furniture to household objects, bicycles, cars, private and commercial aircrafts, yachts, artworks etc. His works are included in major museum collections such as the MoMA in New York and other.