My mirror series is now represented by HOSTLER BURROWS gallery
HOSTLER BURROWS is a New York Design Gallery founded in 1998 by Juliet Burrows and Kim Hostler.
Initially dedicated solely to Nordic design and decorative arts, the gallery has expanded its program and now integrates a full roster of contemporary artists, both established and emerging, with historical works. While international in scope, the gallery’s primary focus remains in Scandinavia and rooted in the tradition of studio ceramics, particularly work by female artists.
The gallery is devoted to exhibiting work imbued with the qualities from which it has drawn inspiration since its beginnings – craftsmanship, intention, and integrity. Hostler Burrows’ unique vision and deep understanding of the sublime design which emerged from Scandinavia in the 20th Century carry over and inform the contemporary work which is brought to market with passion and a critical eye.
Hostler Burrows’ carefully curated spaces, both in the gallery and at the world’s leading fairs, have placed them at the forefront of the design market and introduced an international clientele to a new generation of important artists whose works, while often cutting edge, maintain a strong continuity with the past.
Hostler Burrows is now also open in Los Angeles. The inauqural group exhibition dives deep intoFOREST PRIMEVAL until March 21, 2020
“Since humankind’s earliest creative endeavors, the natural world — its expansive beauty and mystery — has been a constant source of inspiration for artistic expression. From the time of the 40,000-year-old Sulewesi cave drawings, humans have traced, recorded, and paid homage to their complex relationships with nature and the deeply personal and spiritual connections it fosters — the way it holds us in a much larger existential context. Many millennia on, we continue to draw from this seemingly infinite source even as we witness the ravages of global warming. This exhibition explores our dependence on nature, less for the tangible resources which have thus far sustained our physical beings, and more for the way it feeds our creative, philosophical and intellectual spirits.”
The exhibition includes works by: Jasmin Anoschkin, Richard Filipowski, Frida Fjellman, Gal Gaon, Donna Green, Babs Haenen, Grefmar Hederström, Sakari Kannosto, Veera Kulju, Torbjørn Kvasbø, Pekka Paikkari, Paul and Paul, Heini Riitahuhta, Kristina Riska, John Shea, Anat Shiftan, Kim Simonsson, Ohad Tsfati, and Eva Zethraeus.
photo Shade Degges