American designer Misha Kahn exhibits free form installation in Friedman Benda’s project space

Astrology tells us that about every 27 years, Saturn returns to the same place in the sky that it occupied at the moment of a person’s birth, and that this is a good time to review one’s life. Kahn, now approaching 27 years old, takes stock of his life up until this point. Friedman Benda invites you to Return of Saturn: Coming of Age in the 21st Century, American designer Misha Kahn’s free form installation in the gallery’s project space. “As I sort through my nearly 27 years, I realize I have been wildly inspired by objects I wasn’t sure if I loved or hated,” says Misha Kahn. Return of Saturn is about the objects people keep in their dark, lonely emotional basements. It’s about stored memories. It is about loving something lightly, without being able to explain why. It’s a survey of the apathetic nostalgia of a millennial reviewing a life defined by the acquisition of items—th

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