Palermo Botanical Garden

Form & Nature, exhibition

2016 Palermo, Italy
Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman presented the Tatoo family of printed stools, Cactus sofa, Mies visits Carrara daybed, and Wow folding screen. Set amidst the unique flora of Sicily's magnificent botanical garden, the exhibition covers all stages of the collection, from concept to final product.
Ph. Gabriele D’agostino

Grand Palais

Red Room

2009 Paris, France
Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman created this unique piece entitled "Red Room".
This « memory object », soft architecture, reflects an original space, identical but horizontal, located elsewhere in the city.

Docks en Seine


2009 Paris, France
Maurizio Galante created a stool in the image of a cactus nicknamed "Mother in law cusshion."
Together with Tal Lancman, the designers created an installation evoking a cactus nursery.



2009 Paris, France
In the ballroom of Marie-Laure de Noailles, Maison Baccarat’s headquaters, Maurizio Galante and
Tal Lancman conceived this soft sculpture.
A powerful symbolic tiger, floating in the space entirely conceived with 2,500 layers of tulle, cut and assembled by hand.


Museum of Modern Art Grand-Duc Jean, Luxembourg

3 In 1

2008 Luxembourg
The piece was presented in the frame of the exhibition "RRRIPP! PAPER FASHION ".
Maurizio Galante created for this exhibition a Haute Couture model conceived of three different already existing vintage paper dresses.



2007 Paris, France
Maurizio Galante and Tal Lancman covered the entire ceiling with 25000 sachets of water.
Water is the starting point. The installation is inspired by the impossible love story between Danaë and Zeus. The latter, to love her, metamorphosizes into golden rain.


Safe: design takes on risk

2006 New York, USA
 An invitation to innovate in the field of protection. Maurizio Galante, Tal Lancman and Arik Levy responded to the invitation by proposing new designs for everyday clothing.

Fondation Cartier


Maurizio Galante has presented his collections in the official Paris haute couture calendar since  1994.
He chose to present his summer 2004 haute couture collection at the “Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain” as part of the Soirées Nomades, a venue dedicated to the performing arts.


Festival international des Jardins de Chaumont-sur-Loire
2003 Chaumont-sur-Loire, France
The International Garden Festival of Chaumont-sur-Loire was themed on 2003 Weeds, and was aimed at furthering the botanical and aesthetic effects of a family of unusually vigorous, uncultivated, yet absolutely charming “rabble” plants.