Kelly Lamb

Kelly Lamb is an Artist and Designer based in Los Angeles, California. For over twenty years Kelly has worked across many disciplines, including: sculpture, photography, video, ceramics, furniture, product and interior design.

Kelly’s artwork has been exhibited internationally in museums, galleries and art fairs including: the MOCA, Los Angeles; The New Museum, NYC; The Andrea Rosen Gallery, NYC; R & Company, NYC; Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris, France; Agnes B., Paris, France; Art Basel, Switzerland/Miami; the Armory Show, NYC; and ALAC, Los Angeles CA. Kelly Lamb has had two solo exhibitions in New York City at Spencer Brownstone and the Newman Popiashvili Gallery.
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Kelly’s work has been showcased and received reviews in Architectural Digest, Artforum, Art Net, Art News, C Magazine, Cultured Magazine, Dwell, Flash Art, the Huffington Post, ICON Magazine, ID Magazine, Los Angeles Magazine, The Los Angeles Times, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Sunset, Surface Magazine, Time Out, and W Magazine.

Kelly has designed and produced artist campaigns with corporations including Salvatore Ferragamo and Coca-Cola. As part of the collaborative performance art group, the B-Team, Kelly received a Bessie Award and a Tiffany Grant. Kelly was the owner of Thicket Gallery in New York City where she curated over thirty art exhibitions.

Kelly’s KL Studios product line includes high-end furniture, decorative objects and home-ware. Her furniture is currently represented by Twentieth in Los Angeles. KL Studios products are sold on and in boutiques throughout the United States. Kelly’s interior design projects include Malo Restaurant, El Prado Bar, and the green room of the Echo Nightclub, all in Los Angeles, as well as numerous private residences.

Kelly’s art and design aesthetic is inspired by Sacred Geometry and explores and expresses the concept of infinity using geometric, cosmic, and organic symbols and structures. A dynamic dialogue is created as Lamb shapes clays, woods, and metals into clean lines and angles, juxtaposing and unifying natural form and structural design.
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