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Contemporary Fine Art and Photography
Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, brought up in an avant-garde art world, was trained as an art historian at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Over the years, she has become “the” specialist in vintage wallpaper decors, dating from the XVIIIc to the 1950’s. She has pioneered the rediscovery of this unique mural art form, reintroducing it in non-traditional and contemporary settings. Bi-cultural, she is based both in Paris and New York. As a private dealer – she advises collectors, designers and corporations, and exhibits as well at major international art fairs. Carolle's book WALLPAPER is THE go-to source on the history of wallpaper. Wallpaper was initially used as an affordable substitute for lavish coverings, such as frescoes, tapestries, leathers, or hangings. Its current form debuted in sixteenth-century England, and its popularity took off at the end of the eighteenth century following advances in reproduction techniques. Wallpaper transformed the world of interiors, offering depth and perspective, creating the illusion of panoramic vistas, and incorporating narrative sequences, collections of engravings, or brief morality or history lessons. It eventually developed into the wide range of styles that have marked four centuries of decorative art, from Raphael to conceptual art, and from frescoes to photography. This stunning contribution to wallpaper’s current revival offers a comprehensive review of a savoir faire that continues to thrive.
Hostler Burrows Announces New Gallery in Los Angeles OPENING OCTOBER 2019 6819 Melrose Avenue Hostler Burrows is pleased to announce the opening of a second gallery space in Los Angeles in October 2019. Located at 6819 Melrose Avenue in a Hollywood neighborhood that is home to a number of notable design and art galleries, the spacious West Coast outpost is an ideal venue to present Hostler Burrow’s distinctive program of contemporary and vintage work. Designed by architect Linda Taalman, the 3,000-square-foot-gallery features an open main space, with an additional project room in which a dynamic program of solo presentations and special exhibitions will take place. The building was constructed in 1928, during the same era of growth that saw the completion of City Hall and the Chinese Theater, and it has a rich history within the design scene. "We are always exploring new opportunities to broaden the audience for our contemporary program, and this feels like a natural next step in the gallery’s development," states Juliet Burrows. Kim Hostler adds “A return to the West Coast has been a dream of mine for some time, and I could not be more excited for Hostler Burrows to be joining such a vibrant community of galleries in Los Angeles." This new location brings Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows back to Hostler’s roots in Los Angeles, where she opened a gallery in 1989. Hostler Burrows is thrilled to expand its program to the West Coast, further enhancing its long-time connection to the California design community. The gallery will have a soft opening in October 2019, with plans for a full roster of programming including a featured exhibition in February 2020 in conjunction with Frieze LA. For more information, please contact us. HOSTLER BURROWS NY | 35 East 10th Street, New York NY 10003 | 212.343.0471 OPENING OCTOBER 2019 LA | 6819 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90038
From part of our exhibition this weekend showing a nice and rare set of Egyptian revival chairs and stools, painting by Robert Thegerström signed and dated 1889 and exhibited at the World fair in Paris 1889.
ArtOrigo is sponsoring this amazing event a new meeting point of the Design Trade Professionals and the Art + Design industry at 535 West 28th street New York, NY along with Google Nest , Sotheby’s home, High Point Marker, Benjamin Moore only to mention a few
The @_artorigo_ Owners taking in a beautiful #highline stroll and sunset before the BOH-FOH conference and Whats New Whats Next events this week! Looking forward to seeing many of you during New York Design week”. #artorigo #newyork #designweek #businessofhome #nydc #wnwn
One of the most amazing concentrations of antiques, art and vi rage furniture in New York State
Amazing concentration of antiques and vintage furniture.
You are cordially invited to join the panel discussion about the impacts and of technology and automation on the future of retail between Katie Curtis, Henry Heissmann, Chris Ochoa and Gabor Újvári (ArtOrigo Founder) between 3pm - 3.30pm at the NYDC Building suite 509 located at 200 Lexington Avenue New York, NY We are also introducing the ArtOrigo Super Sync ™ the most advanced technology exclusively on AO Request and account here: https://artorigo.com/seller-application
The AO New York Team enjoyed visiting dealers in the Hamptons last week. So good to see you Monc XIII
Green Square Copenhagen Showroom
In Berlin , Claudia is a Gallery owner and an artist herself look at this wonderful painting about “Water” 2017
Hudiksvallagatan 8, Stockholm 113 30 Sweden / Contemporary Art for sale
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Visit Klassik at Jorisvej 11-13 Copenhagen Denmark
Jorisvej 11-13 Copenhagen Denmark where you can find a large selection of Scandinavian design furniture and lighting