Frank Gehry “Contour” Chair

USA, 1970s Rare cardboard and masonite low chair
from the Easy Edges line.

Turquoise Armchairs

France, 1960s This model was used in Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. Designed by Geoffrey Harcourt for Artifort.

Rope Table

France, 1970s Unusual little cube ingeniously covered in Manila rope.

Wooden Table

Africa, 20th Century Dining table carved from a single piece of wood.
Possibly from Ethiopia.

Carved Wooden Tables

France, 1950s Set of 2 tables with figural knotted design
in the manner of Alexander Noll.

Curtis Jeré Brass Mirror

USA, 1960’s From the “Raindrop” series.

Curtis Jeré Eyelash Mirror

USA, 1970s Copper, brass and chrome mirror.


Africa, Late 20th Century Carved modernist mask from an unknown tribe on a custom stand.

Magazine Rack

Austria, 1950s Rare carved teak, bamboo and iron holder
for papers or book storage.

Modernist Mobile Sculpture

USA, 1960s Brass, wire and aluminum 27 piece form of stylized leaves.

Together Greg Wooten and Patrick Parrish formed Mondo Cane in 1994 at the Michigan Modernism show in Detroit. Since then, they have been regular exhibitors at Modernism events in New York, Miami and Palm Springs and Los Angeles.

In September 2000 they opened their first shop in Chelsea. By 2004 Mondo Cane had outgrown its Chelsea location and the partners decided to move the gallery to
174 Duane Street in Tribeca.

Working with architect William Massie, they were able to create an interesting
environment to display their particular vision of the period 1880 – 1980. Major designers, architects and artists are represented along with what might be
Mondo Cane’s strongest point-lesser known and anonymous artisans and designers. The shop’s inventory and design lean toward the unusual and unpredictable.



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