ERRAZURIZ, SEBASTIAN (Designer)
Chilean born, New York based artist and designer Sebastian Errazuriz seeks to create works that people to look again at their lives and question their daily routines. His obsession with the dichotomies of life and death are present in his sculptures, public art works, consumer objects, furniture and even fashion. Selected one of the top emerging designers by I.D magazine, he has also been chosen Chilean Designer of the Year, and received multiple awards by design competitions, and the international media. His large-scale avant-garde public artwork has received critical acclaim. His unique pieces have been incorporated in over 40 exhibitions including Tokyo, New York, Paris and Barcelona. His portrait has been featured on multiple magazine covers and hundreds of articles showcasing his work, illustrate the interest of the critics and media, which follow closely every one of his new projects. Born in Santiago, Chile and raised in London, Sebastian followed art courses in Washington and film courses in Edinburgh, Design in Santiago and later received a Masters in art at New York University. At age 28, Sebastian and the Campana brothers were the only living South Americans to be auctioned at Sotheby's Important 20th Century Designs. His design work currently forms part of the Coorning Museum of Glass and several international private collections.
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