David DIAO
Suprematist Herman Miller
Acrylic and vinyl on canvas
code: DD_4560

In Suprematist Herman Miller (2017), Diao borrows the composition of Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square and Red Square (1915). However, he replaces the red square with the Herman Miller logo, an iconic symbol for the famous furniture company. The artist considers the logo as one of the classic examples of modern design, not only because it combines the letters H and M together, but also because it is shaped like a crown, showing the company’s leadership role in the furniture industry.

Related Exhibitions:
David Diao 01.22, 2021 -03.14, 2021
Art Basel Hong Kong 2019 03.29, 2019 -03.31, 2019
David Diao: Shadows of Forgotten Ancestors 05.24, 2018 -07.24, 2018
David Diao Solo Exhibition | West Bund Art and Design 2017 11.10, 2017 -11.12, 2017