Art Galleries and Museums are rising again this Spring and Summer, from all around the world, from New York to Paris. That is truly worth visiting.
“Éternel” at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery in New York
Vincenzo De Cotiis is truly passionate about weathered materials, and at “Éternel,” at the Carpenters Workshop Gallery, the artist experimented for the first time with bright cast aluminum tables, seating, lighting, and cabinets. Inspired by Japanese temples, gardens, and folding fans, he implemented a sand-cast technique to elicit textured surfaces that morph from different perspectives.
“Cast Iron” at Emma Scully in New York
Emma Scully is currently exhibiting at her namesake gallery on New York’s Upper East Side. “Cast Iron” reflects an eco-conscious (and pandemic-friendly) creative process that merges the industrial and the technological. This design exhibition is the result of a collaboration with the family-run OK Foundry in Richmond.
Barcelona Center table by Crete Luxury Art Design Studio
"Craft Front & Center” at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York.
The design exhibition, “Craft Front & Center” shows the evolution of craft and its pivotal role in such movements as Abstract Expressionism, Pop art, and postmodernism, the show is organized around themes like fiber, glass, and clay.
“Art+Nature+Home” at Foreland in Catskill, New York.
“ART+NATURE+HOME” stars furniture and sculpture made from materials such as wood, clay, wood, and stone by rural-dwelling talents. It features amazing artworks like Chris Lehrecke’s custom Ping-Pong table, Jonah Meyer’s desk, and John-Paul Philippe’s raffia and blackened steel room divider.
Melted Sideboard by Crete Luxury Art Design Studio
“Chris Gustin” at Donzella Project Space in New York.
The Ceramist Chris Gustin has been featured in institutions like the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is now in the middle of his first solo exhibition in more than a decade thanks to the Donzella Project Space in the New York Design Center.
Melted Wall Lamp by Crete Luxury Art Design
“Inside~Out in the Garden” at Saint Marks Place in Brooklyn
The second edition of “Inside~Out in the Garden,” at Saint Marks Place, the sleek but lush new condominium development in Boerum Hill, Brooklyn, was designed by INC Architecture & Design. This design exhibition explores the idea of post-pandemic human interactions through the work of more than 20 designers and studios.
“Charlotte Perriand: The Modern Life” at the Design Museum in London
Charlotte Perriand was a pioneering French architect and designer driven by a quest for good, functional design. This design exhibition in London strives to give an enlightening portal into her independent, international world by juxtaposing furniture like the well-known metallic Chaise Longue Basculante with recreated interiors.
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