Enoc Perez Party Set
Enoc Perez Party Set
Looking to host the perfect party? Check out our Enoc Perez bundle which includes our Casa Malaparte Tray, Nudes Coaster Set, and Assorted Swizzle Sticks.
Casa Malaparte Tray
Casa Malaparte is a house on Punta Massullo, on the eastern side of the isle of Capri, Italy. If you already live in Capri, Italy, we recommend looking out your window. If not, cast your eyes on the Casa Malaparte artwork by contemporary Puerto Rican artist Enoc Perez. It features his loose, abstract style in a colorful rendering on this stunning serving tray. Artistically lyrical and instantly classical, you’re forgiven for telling guests you bought this elegant piece on your recent trip to Capri (where you contemplated buying a summer house).
Nudes Coaster Set
The ‘Paradiso’ collection by Puerto Rican artist Enoc Perez depicts his famed retro-esque yet ever-provocative nude paintings within an elegant coaster set. Inspired by the way women are portrayed in the media, Perez transforms their original seductive nature into tasteful expressions of the human figure. Bottoms up.
Assorted Swizzle Sticks
A prevalent theme in contemporary Puerto Rican artist Enoc Perez’s work is the love and admiration he holds for architecture, and the alluring spirit of a cocktail. Hold all of that in your hand with these dazzlingly stylish swizzle sticks, inspired by Perez’s extensive collection accumulated over years spent frequenting hotels. Now your drink can be an architectural masterpiece, too.
About Enoc Perez
There’s a sense of place in Enoc Perez’s work. Sometimes it’s a very small room shared by you and another person; sometimes it’s a building, a hotel, an architectural icon or a landscape. The effect is invariably the same. Perez’s paintings transport you somewhere else: another city, another country, and often another time altogether. Nostalgia pervades Perez’s oil-stick paintings, but his work is contemporary in only the way that vibrant hues and unusual color combinations can feel. With his buildings, it’s not always clear if you’re gazing at something from the 1920s, the 1950s or the 21st century, but there’s an optimism that beams through – perhaps the utopian ambitions that fueled the real-life versions (when they exist) in the first place. Perez’s still-lifes and nudes are vibrant and sleek; there’s a subtle confidence to his subjects. His work can be found in the permanent collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, as well as the British Museum in London and the Museum of Contemporary Art in North Miami.