Minnesota, 1989

Working at the intersection of design and sculpture, Misha Kahn creates exuberant furniture that embraces color, maximalism, and gestural expression. With a highly experimental approach to media and process, the artist has incorporated craft and industrial materials into his pieces, as well as found objects. His bronze tables resemble primitive drawings, and one of his cabinets comprises grass, trash, and stained glass. His oeuvre also includes an inflatable vinyl chandelier and curvy, colorful sofas molded from wool and stainless steel. Kahn designs his objects by hand—with the help of virtual-reality software and robotics—creating an interplay between the analog and the digital. He completed his BFA in furniture design at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2011. Since then, Kahn has exhibited in New York, Seoul, Los Angeles, Mexico City, Prague, and Milan, among other cities. He participated in the 2014 Whitney Biennial. His work has been acquired by the Dallas Museum of Art, the Pizzuti Collection, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.



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