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Misha Kahn

Misha Kahn was born in Duluth, Minnesota, in 1989. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2011 and was awarded a Fulbright Fellowship at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design in Tel Aviv the following year. In 2008, Kahn's work was included in 20 under 20 at the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota. His concrete Heyerdahl lamps were among the works in Bjarne Melgaard’s 2013 installation at the Whitney Biennial and his work was exhibited in 2014 at NYC Makers: MAD Biennial at the Museum of Art and Design, New York. Kahn lives and works in Brooklyn.

Misha Kahn, "A Little of This and a Little of That", 2022
By Misha Kahn
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] A Little of This and a Little of That, 2022 Ceramic Measures: 36 x 48 x 20.25 inches 91 x 122 x 51 cm Misha Kahn has emerged as one of the leading creative voices of his generation. Through a wildly imaginative approach that embraces spontaneity and non-conformity, Kahn allows the illogical and the irreverent to take over his entire process. He employs everything from lo-fi and ad hoc techniques—such as improvisational molds and collage—to high-tech tools such as virtual reality and robotics. Born in Duluth, Minnesota in 1989, Kahn graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2011 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Furniture Design. Soon after, he gained recognition when he was featured in the Museum of Arts and Design's Biennial (2014). Unafraid to push boundaries, Kahn is determined to question the accepted way of doing things, driving him to self-invent, adapt, and further processes in a myriad of mediums including metalwork, glass, wood, textiles, ceramic, bronze casting, fiberglass, and cement. Voracious to upend traditional techniques, he embraces the opportunity to learn from masters in their respective crafts. Kahn’s acclaimed woven Scrappy series (since 2015), is the result of a collaboration with Gone Rural, a female group...
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2010s Misha Kahn

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Ceramic

Misha Kahn, "Radiant Affection", 2022
By Misha Kahn
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] Radiant Affection, 2022 Rose quartz, bronze Measures: 28 x 65.75 x 18.25 inches 71 x 167 x 46 cm Unique Since 2017 Mi...
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2010s Misha Kahn

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Bronze

  • Misha Kahn, "Radiant Affection", 2022
  • Misha Kahn, "Radiant Affection", 2022
  • Misha Kahn, "Radiant Affection", 2022
  • Misha Kahn, "Radiant Affection", 2022
H 28 in W 65.75 in D 18.25 in
Misha Kahn, "Hunt for Paradise", 2021
By Misha Kahn
Located in New York, NY
Misha Kahn [American, b. 1989] Hunt for Paradise, 2021 Bronze 34.25 x 53 x 13.25 inches 87 x 134.6 x 33.7 cm Edition of 8 Misha Kahn has emerged as one of the leading creative voices of his generation. Through a wildly imaginative approach that embraces spontaneity and non-conformity, Kahn allows the illogical and the irreverent to take over his entire process. He employs everything from lo-fi and ad hoc techniques—such as improvisational molds and collage—to high-tech tools such as virtual reality and robotics. Born in Duluth, Minnesota in 1989, Kahn graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2011 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Furniture Design. Soon after, he gained recognition when he was featured in the Museum of Arts and Design's Biennial (2014). Unafraid to push boundaries, Kahn is determined to question the accepted way of doing things, driving him to self-invent, adapt, and further processes in a myriad of mediums including metalwork, glass, wood, textiles, ceramic, bronze casting, fiberglass, and cement. Voracious to upend traditional techniques, he embraces the opportunity to learn from masters in their respective crafts. Kahn’s acclaimed woven Scrappy series (since 2015), is the result of a collaboration with Gone Rural, a female group...
Category

2010s Misha Kahn

Materials

Bronze

  • Misha Kahn, "Hunt for Paradise", 2021
  • Misha Kahn, "Hunt for Paradise", 2021
  • Misha Kahn, "Hunt for Paradise", 2021
  • Misha Kahn, "Hunt for Paradise", 2021
H 34.25 in W 53 in D 13.25 in
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