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From Where I Sit: Permanent Collection Seating
September 18, 2020 - February 20, 2021
Seating furniture takes many shapes and forms, yet the core purpose remains the same: to support the body in a sitting pose. From Where I Sit: Permanent Collection Seating features over twenty examples of seating—chairs, benches, and one stool—all from Fuller Craft Museum’s permanent collection. Collected over a thirty-year span, the works emphasize craftsmanship, ingenuity, and the profound expressive potential of the humble seat.
In order of appearance:
Boris Bally, New Transit Chair-MAN X 2, 2004. Recycled traffic signs, champagne corks, hardware, 45.75″ x 16″ x 18.5″
Vivian Beer, 1977 Red Rocker No. 2, 2009. Formed and fabricated steel, automotive paint, 28″ x 21″ x 31″
Thomas Hucker, Side Chair, 2008. Wenge, 35″ x 18.75″ x 23.5″
Thomas Loeser, Rocking Bench, 2003. Mahogany, milk paint, 17″ x 59″ x 19.5″
Kristina Madsen, Non-Upholstered Bench, 1984. Padouk, holly, 33″ x 14″ x 53″
Garry Knox Bennett
Mark Del Guidice
Christine M. Enos
From Where I Sit: Permanent Collection Seating – Press ReleaseWoodshop News features From where I Sit: Permanent Collection Seating. Click here to view the article.
Click here to view In The Making: Grab a Chair, a discussion of From Where I Sit: Permanent Collection Seating led by Artistic Director and Chief Curator Director Beth McLaughlin, and hosted by North Bennet Street School.