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Alexander Lervik

(Sweden, Born 1972)
25 000 - 30 000 SEK
2 290 - 2 740 EUR
2 430 - 2 910 USD
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Jonatan Jahn
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Alexander Lervik
(Sweden, Born 1972)

a "Red Chair", ed. 6/10, Gallery Pascale 2005.

Made from seven red lacquered steel sticks, maker's mark the red chair Gallery Pascale 6/10 Design by Alexander Lervik 2005, height 71 cm.

Unsignificant wear.


Proveniens. Bukowskis, Contemporary Art & Design 631, 2021, cat. no. 43.


"Five playful chairs”, Gallery Pascale, Stockholm 2005.


Modern furniture: 150 years of design = Meubles modernes : 150 ans de design = Moderne möbel : 150 jahre design, Updated ed., H.F. Ullmann, Potsdam, 2012, p. 75.

Lervik, Alexander & Nova Beatrice, Hanna, 15 x years, 15 x photographers, 15 x chairs, Arvinius + Orfeus, Stockholm, 2013

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The red chair was originally shown in the “Five playful chairs” exhibition in 2005. The red chair is made in a limited edition of ten chairs totally and has been acquired by the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm and The Röhsska Museum of Design and Decorative Arts in Gothenburg.