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John Mascheroni Tubo Floor Lamp

Documentation Documented elsewhere (exact item)
Documentation Notes Museum of Modern Art permanent collection
Origin United States
Period 1950-1979
Materials Polished aluminum
W. 23.5 in; H. 52 in; D. 31 in;
W. 59.69 cm; H. 132.08 cm; D. 78.74 cm;
Condition Good. Fine structural condition. Superficial scratches to the metal consistent with age and use. The inside end of the tube has been repainted black.
Creation Date circa 1968
Description Tube floor lamp of polished aluminum with a cleverly split tripod base. A 1968 pop-era design by John Mascheroni and Tony Palladino, produced in NYC by the John Mascheroni Furniture Company, as part of the Tubo line. A rare and radical American 1960s lighting design. MoMA has an example in its permanent collection (see attached screenshot).
Styles / Movements Mid Century, Minimalist, Modern
200 Lex Booth Number 48
Incollect Reference Number 381376
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