7 November 2017 - 4 January 2018
R & Company announces SuperDesign, a survey of Italian Radical Design from 1965-1975, curated by freelance journalist and independent design curator Maria Cristina Didero. The exhibition has been over a decade in the making and has come together through extensive research, passionate collecting and frequent trips to Italy to interview protagonists of the movement. The comprehensive survey highlights these leading figures and showcases a capsule collection of visionary works, alongside a selection of rare archival drawings and photography.
12 October - 16 November 2017
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.
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.