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Taking over Tate: Momosan Shop’s product picks for Tate Edit

Since its launch in November 2016, Tate Edit has brought a unique selection of artist-designed objects, exclusive limited-edition artworks and unusual homewares to Tate Modern visitors.

In contrast to the gloriously eclectic wonderland of the Tate Modern shop, Tate Edit is an industrially simple, understated space offering a carefully curated range of products, including classic design works; furniture, tableware and cutlery as found around the gallery, and favourite pieces hand-picked by the Tate team.

Around 20% of the 200 or so items available are selected by a rolling programme of guest editors. Jasper Morrison, who designed the retail space in collaboration with architects Herzog & de Meuron, made the first edit, and on Friday 28 April, the mantle passes to Momoko Mizutani.

Japan-born curator and retailer Mizutani opened Momosan Shop on Wilton Way, Hackney in 2014, aiming to create somewhere she could showcase and sell creative homewares and objects made by skilled independent craftspeople – somewhere akin to the pottery shops of her native Japan.

Image Credits: Glass jug with handle and tumblers by Jochen Holz. Photography by Joanna Henderson.

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16 Mar 2017
Taking over Tate: Momosan Shop’s product picks for Tate Edit
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