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Christophe Côme

This is Côme’s third solo show with Cristina Grajales Gallery, and will celebrate 10 years of collaboration.

Based in Paris, Côme creates sculptural furniture and lighting design through his manipulation of industrial materials, resulting in objects that are elegant and timeless. This exhibition will focus on a collection of unique furniture and lighting designs that illustrate the progression and experimentation in Côme’s work over the years.

Côme is an avid observer of the world, and his perspective forms the idiosyncrasies found in his designs.  From spider webs illuminated by the morning sunlight to the rhythm of the New York City skyline, Côme has the remarkable ability to transform his inspirations into exquisite works of art.  His work has a distinctive style of pure elegance that is balanced with a contemporary outlook.

Based in Paris, Côme is the progeny of a great tradition of artists and craftsmen.  He studied under the French sculptor Louis Derbe where he learned the technique of casting bronze.  Côme’s original creations were sculptures and jewelry, but towards the mid 1990s he started exploring furniture forms.  After a visit to a glass studio in 1995, he began incorporating glass into his pieces.  The addition of this medium revolutionized his work.  Côme’s work has been featured in some of the most important residential interiors around the world, as well as Chanel boutiques internationally.  His work is also included in the permanent collection of the Corning Museum of Glass.

About the Artist

Christophe Côme works in the great tradition of artists and craftsmen.Raised in an artistic family, his uncle is a renown ceramicist and his sister is an acclaimed illustrator.

Côme studied under the French sculptor Louis Derbe where he learned the technique of casting bronze. Côme’s original creations were sculptures and jewelry, but towards the mid 1990s he started exploring furniture forms. After a visit to a glass studio in 1995, he began incorporating glass into his pieces. The addition of this medium revolutionized his work.

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