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Find covetable ceramic objects that combine form and function. The departo team includes Toronto designers George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg.
Katja van den Enden’s new series of work explores fear, hope, and renewal in response to the pandemic.
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Until February 2021
On a mission to fill the gap between mass-market and high-end home brands, departo creates covetable objects that are accessible to a wider audience, without sacrificing quality. Officially launched in New York in 2019, the departo team includes Toronto designers George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg.
Katja van den Enden
January – February 2021
Katja van den Enden is a German-born, experimental, abstract artist living and working in Newmarket, Ontario. Her practice ranges from mixed media paintings to sculpture. She has worked professionally and exhibited her work in public and private galleries for the past 15 years. Her new series of work explores fear, hope, and renewal in response to the pandemic.
Shop Katja van den Enden
111 Queen's Park
Canada, M5S 2C7