wouldn’t quibble if you called him a scavenger. After all, he once created a sculpture from items confiscated from British Airways passengers. So he’s a perfect fit for the , where the line between art and design is regularly blurred. For “Play,” running at the gallery’s Paris branch through May 10, he reconfigured toys into furniture and lighting—think a chandelier made from vintage fairground lamps and rocking horses. The 13-piece show also revisits previous limited-edition pieces incorporating found eyeglasses or vintage glassware.
Hunting and Gathering: Stuart Haygarth Turns Toys into Lighting
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