On August 15th, 6:00 - 9:30 pm at MK Restaurant in Chicago for Venetian Night, acclaimed Chef Michael Kornick and Mozer Studios collaborated to benefit Chicago Shakespeare Theater.
Jordan Mozer had 11 lots at Wright Auction, 24 March 2016
Jordan exhibited a collection of fine jewelry and sculpture at Maria Pinto.
February 6-7, 1 PM to 5PM
833 W. Washington
Jordan Mozer had 12 Lots at Rago, 18 October 2015.
Jordan Mozer is recognized as a Design Leader in Hospitality with Interior Design's 2015 HIP (Honoring Industry People) award during NeoCON 2015 in Chicago.
Made in Chicago | 2015
When: April 2 - May 15, 2015
Where: The Golden Triangle | 330 North Clark Street
Experience artisan-made furniture designed and mufactured in and around Chicago. By usuing local materials, these modern creations have been masterfully imagined by some of the city's most talented designers and craftsman.
Longtime jazz fans, Paul Kahan and Jordan Mozer’s daily creative processes are informed by music. They find that indulging in a little synesthesia is a necessary part of creation, whether it be an amuse bouche or a building, an entrée or an entry, a pastry or a painting.
The music paintings and sculptures, like jazz, are composed in-the-moment and fleshed out from spontaneous drawings. Sculptural elements employ a blend of handwork and digital manufacturing techniques, and are composed of socially and environmentally sustainable materials, including reclaimed red African ironwood, recycled red-bronze aluminum-magnesium alloys. The metals are poured in West side Chicago foundries, hand-polished and bathed in acid and flames for patina. The paintings are composed of watercolors, gouache, oils and house paint.
Dive into the music of Herbie Hancock, Charles Mingus, Chet Baker and other jazz greats alongside a six-course menu prepared by Chef de Cuisine Perry Hendrix, Pastry Chef Dana Cree and Mixologist Kyle Davidson.
Jordan Mozer @ Hilton Asmus - HERZBLUT XXX-O
The Hilton Asmus exhibition is a curated collection of two- and three-dimensional artwork and jewelry inspired by forty years of musing on the contemporary American culture of romance …
From Mary Shelly's "Frankenstein" to Thoreau, vast irrational buildings of Romantic artist Piranesi to the Mythologies, Jordan Mozer's heart imagery, sculptures, drawings and paintings emerge. Working for Universal Studios in the 1990's, Mozer was asked to design stage sets for a romantic rock opera for Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones. The aesthetic research for the Stones was revisited when Mozer was invited to design a nightclub in Hamburg, Germany in the Reperbahn (in St. Pauli) Hamburg's Red Light District called HERZBLUT...
Chicago designer Jordan Mozer creates distinct and imaginative structures and interiors. His approach to design is comprehensive; with degrees in both industrial design and architecture, no element of design is left untouched by his artistic vision.
Most of Mozer's work has been commercial. His impressive client list includes Volkswagen, George Lucas, Disney and The Rolling Stones to name a few. He has completed numerous projects around the world including hotels, restaurants and luxury retail stores (such as Barney's, Asprey and Garrad). Whether in Japan, Germany or the United States, his works are accomplished environments that evoke memorable experiences.
The D'Alba Residence of Glencoe, Illinois is no exception. Mozer was approached by Betsy and Bruce D'Alba in 1992 for the renovation of their lakefront home. The project lasted four years and was the first residential commission that Mozer created completely from scratch. Mozer gave the building a new skin and entirely fashioned the interior. From the wood floors and carpet designs (based on Mozer's own paintings for what music might look like) to one-of-a-kind furnishings and chandeliers, Mozer was bestowed the rare opportunity and freedom to make the D'Alba Residence a total work of art.
The furnishings in the D'Alba home feature an arresting blend of curved and Cubist elements – or masculine and feminine shapes. To achieve the complex forms of his design, Mozer worked with full-scale drawings and patternmakers to create hand-carved forms that were cast in two foundries. Mozer employed traditional European craftsmen, state-of-the-art high-tech CAD-CAM techniques and mass production manufacturing processes; Mozer used the finest materials and blended artistic techniques to create one-off forms of the highest quality for the D'Alba Residence.
Schatz’s generative portraits of nineteen leading American innovators, known collectively as Esquire’s Portrait of the Twenty-First Century, were created in 2008 on commission from Esquire magazine. The portraits were exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery's 2010-2011 "Americans Now" exhibition.
Each of these sitters - representing leadership in the realms of business, medicine, science, technology, and the arts - sat for his or her portrait for one hour in the artist's ten-by-ten-foot "Cube," during which time they participated in activities of personal interest. The Cube was embedded with twenty-four cameras, each of which recorded the sitter from a different angle. The ever-changing generative portrait that results consists of the footage from each camera played back for different durations and in different sequences, creating a representation that is analogous to a personal encounter with these individuals.