Mattea Perrotta’s paintings are like a quiet seduction – slowly, slowly, and then all at once you’re transfixed. Inspired by the dark romance of Los Angeles, and a love of minimalist abstraction, her pieces reflect her travels and residencies in Portugal and Italy, the colour palettes of far-flung corners of the globe and her interactions with women throughout her life. From February 8 – 12, a selection of Perrotta’s new works, presented by L.A.’s MAMA Gallery will be on display at Zona Maco Art Fair in Mexico City.
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Let there be light – 10 lamps we’re crushing on for our home spaces
From Hay, Tom Dixon, Eny Lee Parker, Rachel Donath and more, these are all the lamps we’re crushing on right now.