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MARC NEWSON (b. 1963)

 
Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City. Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time.  His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes.  The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.  
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<br>"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface.  This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work.  Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City.
Micarta Table200728 1/2 x 70 7/8 x 35 3/8 in.(72.39 x 180.02 x 89.85 cm) micarta machined from linen phenolic composite
Provenance
Gagosian Gallery, 2007
Private Collection, acquired from the above, 2008
Literature
Julie V. Iovine, “A Brilliant Breakthrough,” Art + Auction, April 2007, p. 123
Louise Neri, ed., Marc Newson, exh. cat., Gagosian Gallery, New York, 2007, pp. 44-45
Alison Castle, Louise Neri, eds., Marc Newson Works, Köln, 2012 pp. 148-49
The Micarta Table will be included as reference MN - 13MT-2006 in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of limited edition works by Marc Newson, being prepared by Didier Krzentowski, Galerie kreo, Paris.
Price250,000
Marc Newson is widely recognized as one of the most influential designers of our time. His subjects range from seemingly ordinary objects such as bicycles to groundbreaking designs in furniture and airplanes. The Philadelphia Museum of Art's 2013-2014 exhibition "Marc Newson: At Home" exposed a new American audience to Newson's futuristic aesthetic in a traditional museum setting.

"Micarta Table" (2007) uses contemporary materials, including plastic composites, to create the illusion of a traditional wood veneer surface. This blending of old and new is a hallmark of Newson's work. Examples of Newson's work can be found in museum collections worldwide, including the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum, New York City.
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