Gaetano Pesce: Architecture, Design, Art
By France Vanlaethem
Erupting from the perverted frottage of the city crowds, the anthropomorphic furnishings and unhinged prototypes of Italian architect Gaetano Pesce were here collated and catalogued for the first time.
Bloodied hands become ashtrays, arched doorways become assholes and chaise lounges are swallowed by amorphous spores. The bespectacled imp of industrial design is laid bare, once and for all. How will he titillate you?
Publication Date: 1989
Details: Softcover. First edition. 126 pp.