A Mecca of Art Nouveau Gets a New Address

Ben Macklowe of Macklowe Gallery aims to surprise and delight with his family business's new Manhattan showroom.

by Doris Athineos | photos by Rebecca Pollak
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Angie Hranowsky Brings a Youthful Vibrancy to Southern Interiors

The designer is helping give Charleston, long associated with traditional decorating, a hipper rep.

by Cara Greenberg
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Artists Who Brought Color to the Streets of Paris

Chicago’s Driehaus Museum revels in the world of French posters made in the rambunctious fin de siècle.

by Thomas Connors
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Vitra’s Massive Furniture Collection Is Finally on Display

The Vitra Design Museum has opened the Schaudepot, a Herzog & de Meuron–designed space showcasing thousands of pieces by design legends of the 20th century and beyond.

by Joann Plockova
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The Rise and Fall and Rise Again of Majolica

Loved throughout history — except when it wasn't — majolica is once again finding its way into the consciousness of style-savvy collectors.

by Wendy Moonan
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At Galerie Yves Gastou, the Art Is in the Mix

The storied dealer and his son combine a century-spanning knowledge of design and a sprinkling of dealers' superstition in their inspiring Paris shop.

by Nina Siegal
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The Multifaceted Life and Career of William Ehrlich

The architect, real-estate developer and avid collector (of ceramics, art and more) has now turned to designing dramatic laser-cut jewelry, which he likens to wearable sculpture.

by Julie L. Belcove
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Silver Linings

In a new book, the aesthetic arbiter and former New York gallerist Murray Moss reconsiders the life, work and legacy of the remarkable Danish silversmith, Georg Jensen.

by Greg Cerio
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Looking Anew at Art Deco Ceramics

An exhibition at Kelly Gallery on New York’s Upper East Side features perhaps the largest offering of its kind in the States: Sixty pieces of period French pottery — including items once owned by Karl Lagerfeld.

by Cara Greenberg
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