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.
26 September - 26 October 2017
R & Company is thrilled to announce Side Dish, a solo exhibition of Katie Stout opening in the lower level gallery September 26. This is Stout’s first comprehensive exhibition at R & Company and a presentation of all new works. For the exhibition, the designer has transformed the gallery space into an immersive environment that reflects her playful and spontaneous studio practice.
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.
1 May - 15 June 2017
R & Company announces Our Flag: Design Stands Together opening May 1 and running through June 15. This benefit exhibition presents works from a range of contemporary designers, both emerging and established, who have created unique pieces inspired by the design of the American Flag. Bringing together the design and decorative arts community, the exhibition will donate all profits to the ACLU, an organization committed to protecting and defending human rights.