Traveling decorative arts gallery Gabriel&Guillaume recently launched its first New York exhibition located within the Landmark Penthouse atop Steinway Hall in New York City. Co-presented by frenchCALIFORNIA, the showcase features rare pieces from 1900 to 2019 by renowned artists, photographers, and designers. Highlights include an early sofa by Zaha Hadid from the late 1980s, Gio Ponti’s bookcase from the late 1940s, archival photos from Robert Mapplethorpe, as well as a rare collection of sculptures from Max Ernst.
Comprised of two floors, the historic residence boasts over 5,000-square-feet of space complete with a lavish upper-level master suite, private terraces, and four bathrooms priced at $21 million USD. “For our first exhibition in New York City, right after our participation at the Salon Art + Design fair, we couldn’t have dreamt of a better place than the gorgeous Landmark Penthouse, whose architecture evokes at the same time a French hotel particulier and a roaring twenties glamorous home,” said a spokesperson for Gabriel&Guillaume.
Tour the exhibition above and then visit Gabriel&Guillaume’s website to learn more.
Gabriel&Guillaume Design Exhibition
111 W 57th St.
New York, NY 10019
In other design exhibitions, check out Prada’s “Hyper Leaves” pop-up at Galeries Lafayette in Paris.
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#Repost @meyerdavis ・・・ As we wrap up the work week, we’re feeling inspired to get out and see some exhibitions this weekend. A few on our radar: “Color Diaries” at @demischdanant, “Collectionneur” by @gabrieletguillaume and @cuetoartadvisory, and “Comfort,” curated by @omarsosabartolome at @friedman_benda . . #mdinspiration #designinspiration #demischdanant #gabrieletguillaume #friedmanbenda #nycart #nycdesigner