Lobel Modern, Inc.
NYDC, 200 Lexington Ave., Suite 915New York City, NY 10016United States
Lobel Modern was established by Evan Lobel in NYC in 1998. His vision was to promote important vintage mid-20th century design with a focus on exceptional craftsmanship and materials. Lobel Modern has become a critical resource for designers, architects, and collectors around the world seeking high-end 20th century modern furniture, lighting, art, and decorative objects. Featured artists include Karl Springer, Gabriella Crespi, Philip and Kelvin LaVerne, Paul Evans, Vladamir Kagan, Tommi Parzinger, Edward Wormley, Harvey Probber, Milo Baughman and Anzolo Fuga. Our emphasis is on furniture that crosses over into art. Evan Lobel values scholarship and research. He is a specialist in the designers Lobel Modern carries. He regularly writes for magazines and is currently working on a book. In 2003 Baruch College did a retrospective on Harvey Probber and named Evan Lobel the Exhibition Coordinator. He worked directly with the Probber family. After becoming fascinated with the exuberant Modernist designs of the important 1950’s glass artist Anzolo Fuga, Evan Lobel co-published the book “Anzolo Fuga, Murano Glass Artist: Designs for A.V.E.M.” The book was written by Rosa Barovier-Mentasi, one of the world’s most important glass scholars, who spent over 2 years doing research with full access to the A.V.E.M. archive. For over a decade Karl Springer has been a focus of Lobel Modern. Architectural Digest (10/03 “Rediscovering Karl Springer”) called Evan Lobel the "New York dealer who has been instrumental in putting Springer back on the map."
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