Liliana Ovale, UK
Liliana Ovalle is a product and furniture designer based in London. After graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2006, she established her own practice where she has developed a wide range of commissions and production pieces. Her designs pay special attention to inquiring themes as the 'incomplete' and 'unrehearsed' observed in the urban context.
Ovalle's works have been selected for multiple exhibitions including Design Miami, Museo Poldi Pezzoli and Gallery Libby Sellers. In 2014 the Museum of Arts and Design in New York presented her Sinkhole Vessles as part of the show New Territories, Laboratories for Design, Art and Craft in Latin America.
Museum of Art and Design in New York, Group show 'New Territories'
The Soft House. Between Art and Design. Curated by Inventario. Museo Poldi Pezzoli, Milan.
Desiderabilia. An exhibition by In Residence. Ventura Lambrate, Milan.
De Ida y Vuelta. Centro Nacional de las Artes, Mexico City.
Anfora Studio Collection 2014. Zona Maco, Mexico City.
Grandmateria III. Gallery Libby Sellers, London.
Loose Thread. With Okay Studio & Friends. London Design Festival 2013.
Hecho en MX. Mujeres en el Diseño. Museo Tamayo, Mexico City.
Craft & Drawing. Depot Basel, Basel.
Another Terra . Ventura Interieur / Biennal Interieur 2012, Kortrijk.
Vera Chapter Two. Brompton Design District. London Design Festival 2012.
Elément(s), Maison & Object, Paris.
Craft & Scenography, Depot Basel.
The Chroma Season, curated by Barbara Brondi and Marco Rainò. Plusdesign Gallery, Milan.
Another Terra, a project by IN Residence. Lambrate, Milan.
Destination Mexico. MoMa Store, New York.
Straordinario. Secondme Gallery + Plusdesign, Rome.
Methods of Imitation. Brompton Design District. London Design Festival 2011.
Innovating Tradition. Nodus Collection 2011, Milan.
Garden AT Home. Lambrate, Milan.
The Visitor. Okay Studio and Friends. London Design Festival 2010.
Variability. Brompton Design District. London Design Festival 2010.
Ten Small Atlases: Ten Processes Behind Ten Objects. Lambrate, Milan.
Plusdesign 2010 Limited Edition Collection. Plusdesign Gallery, Milan.
Rethinking tradition: contemporary design from Mexico. Mexican
Embassy, Washington D.C.