Commissioned by Murray Moss, the Robber Baron series created by Studio Job is a limited edition line of artwork consisting of cast bronze furnishings including Cabinet, Mantel Clock, Table, Standing Lamp, and Jewel Safe. The most remarkable among these is the patinated bronze table which depicts a “factory” derived from the architecture of early 20th century works including the AEG factory of Peter Behrens and the Battersea Power Station in London, complete with four chimneys producing a “polluted cloud” made in polished bronze that serves ultimately as an open-work tabletop. The entire set, including the table, were sold to a private collector for $700,000, and the table in particular makes a strong statement about the origins of environmental pollution in the early industrial era, also serving as a firm reminder of the ‘tales of power, corruption, art and industry’.
Pollution-inspired table makes a strong bronze mark
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