Returning to the vintage influence wich exerted on other disciplines, let´s concede a section exclusively to contemporary art.
Many artists use multiple and different end vintage furniture as a work tool.
Some seeks its purely aesthetic qualities and others delve into the poetic elements that underlie the recovery exercise of the recent past.
Gregory Crewdson creates unique spaces through light and furniture and generates melancholic atmospheres wich are habited by people who walk in a misterious silence.
Erwin Olaf becomes an archaeologist of the twentieth century, especially the American 50´s. Taking care of every detail gives each character an instantly scenography.There are solitary and thoughtful characters who generates in the viewer multiple questions. Each snapshot of this dutch photographer act like unfinished stories in which the viewer is required to make conclusives.
Jaime de la Jara put them like main characters of their photography and their scultoric installations.
Susy gomez includes in her last works vintage furniture wich refelcts aspects like history or over time.
Marta Soul Quijano, is another of the photographers who are seduced by the aesthetic power of twentieth century design.
There are many examples that we could include in the Decalogue of artists who are, in one way or another, seduced by all conceptual and aesthetic possibilities offered by vintage and by extension the twentieth century design.