16 January - 15 March 2018
R & Company's upper and lower galleries have a fresh new look for 2018 featuring a curated selection of significant historical and innovative contemporary designs.
12 October - 16 November 2017
EXTENDED THROUGH THE END OF DECEMBER
R & Company, together with renowned Italian carpet producer Amini, presents Woven Forms, opening October 12 in a pop-up location in Tribeca. After a successful debut this May in Venice during the 57th International Art Exhibition, the carpets will for the first time ever be shown as a group in New York. Woven Forms includes an extensive catalogue and a short documentary film that tells the comprehensive story behind the limited edition works.
7 September - 26 October 2017
R & Company is thrilled to announce OOPS, an exhibition curated by Paris-based design atelier, Pierre Yovanovitch, on view at the gallery’s upper level September 7 – October 26. The exhibition, playfully entitled OOPS, is curated by Yovanovitch himself, and is part of R & Company’s annual guest curator exhibition, which invites an interior designer or architect to transform the gallery space. OOPS showcases twenty-four custom designs by Pierre Yovanovitch created exclusively for the occasion, important historical and contemporary works from R & Company’s permanent collection, in addition to a curation of artworks from American and French fine-art galleries. OOPS will be the designer’s first public show in the United States, bringing to light his exceptional mastery of both furniture-making and scenography.
27 June - 17 August 2017
R & Company is pleased to announce our Summer Exhibition, opening at the gallery on June 27. On display will be a curated selection of significant historical and contemporary designs.
10 May - 31 July 2017
R & Company has collaborated with Amini, a carpet company based in Italy, to produce unique and limited edition rugs designed by a curated selection of artists. The project breaks from the long-standing tradition of artists making carpets by printing a preexisting painting, drawing, or photograph on a rug. Instead, each artist has created a unique design that considers the form, material and process while simultaneously reflecting their individual styles. The carpets are all special editions produced at leading weaving factories in Nepal and India.