Founded in 2013, ALL Art Gallery is one of the first design galleries in China that displays limited-edition collectibles. It currently counts with two spaces for their art exhibition, one in downtown Los Angeles and other in Beijing.
My Collection By Michael Young
MAD Martian Dining Table By Ma Yansong
MAD Martian Candelabra By Ma Yansong
The art gallery presents to its dear public amazing programs of large-scale exhibitions, events, and presentations from a wide range of contemporary artists, designers, and architects. Their main goal is to promote Chinese artists, whether it is inside of China or to the world. They want China’s contemporary art and market to be shown to the western culture, to facilitate the connections between both of them and to show the exceptional wonders it contains.
Representing artists like Naihan Li, Zhoujie Zhang, ArandaLasch, and in discussion with several others from China, US, and Japan for future collaboration and representation.
Synthesis Monolith Bench By Hongjie Yang
TanTan Side Table with Lamp By Zhipeng Tan
Step Bar Chair By Zhipeng Tan
Pankalangu Arm Chair By Trent Jansen
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Gallery ALL currently represents (only in China), and is also in discussion with several artists regarding future representation and collaboration. The art gallery‘s main focus is to introduce to the world the most outstanding and remarkable pieces that explore and experiment materials in a way that leaves you utterly stunned. The modern art presented is different, pushes boundaries and combines architecture, technology, and design, resulting in outstanding fun art pieces.
The art gallery has fabrication facilities in Beijing and Tucson, which facilitates the artist’s research and production of their art pieces. This also encourages the craftsmanship and keeps the designer closer to its creation and the materials used for future inspiration.
Colosseum Coffee Table By Po Shun Leong
Ark By Po Shun Leong
Them Roman By Janne Kyttanen
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