Sebastian Errazuriz is a Chilean born, New York-based artist designer and activist. He was raised in London, obtained a design degree in Santiago and a Master’s in Fine Arts from New York University.
He has received international acclaim for his original and provocative works on a variety of areas and disciplines.
The artist like to expand horizons and tackle everything from political to giant public art projects, experimental furniture to product design and women’s shoes to motorcycles.
His work is always surprising and compelling, inviting the viewer to look again at realities that were often hidden in front of their own eyes.
Since a young age, he was prodigious. Then later, become an obsessive workaholic, Sebastian was, at the age of 28, the second living South American artist to have work auctioned at Sotheby’s Important Twentieth Century Design year of sale.
Sebastian says: “I use technology to “steal” classical sculptures I have revered since childhood. Claim their shapes as raw material to build my own new works. It’s an act of gluttony and lust to appropriate that which belongs to the sacred world of the arts and use it freely in an exploration of its boundaries within the realm of the functional and the mundane.”
Sebastian’s work has been featured in multiple magazine covers and portrayed in thousands of press articles by the specialized art and design media. He also received numerous critical acclaim.
Sebastian Errazuriz creations all over the years were always very successful and with viral responses. One of his collection, the “12 Shoes for 12 Lovers” generated 35 million hits on Google and his “Wave” Cabinet has over 10 million online views.
He was one of the emblematic artists exhibit his work at The Salon Art + Design NY 2018, at David Gill Gallery booth.
For this event, he created the Console “Freeze”, a must-see limited edition piece made of white salt marble, marble composite and wood.
Before he had worked with the international gallery when Sebastian, ‘Anything You Destroy, We Will Rebuild’ creation debut exhibition at David Gill Gallery
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