Editor-in-chief, Interview Magazine
New York City-based Keith Pollock is the editor-in-chief of Interview magazine, the highly regarded print magazine founded by Andy Warhol in 1969. Since 2013, Pollock has helmed the title, publishing intimate conversations between the most influential minds from the worlds of art, literature, fashion and entertainment. Prior to Interview, Pollock launched and served as co-editor-in-chief of the luxury lifestyle magazine Dujour. Before this, Pollock served as executive editor of digital media for Brant Publications, where he oversaw the redesign and editorial content of websites for Interview, Art in America and The Magazine Antiques. Pollock also served as digital editorial director of Elle, and has held senior roles for titles including Elle Décor, Metropolitan Home and Style.com. More
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Pair of French Woven Rush Lounge Chairs, 1960
Pair of French woven rush lounge chairs having open grid Rush backs and seats supported by rectilinear frame circa 1960. Dimensions: 26.5" H x 25" W x 26" D
Antique Persian Bakhtiari Carpet
This absolutely splendid antique Persian rug of Bakhtiari design is remarkable to behold expertly crafted with extraordinary detail work, from the outer border all the way through the m...
Ward Bennett Settee
Ward Bennett settee for Brickel Associates. Newly upholstered. Matching settee available.
Bookcase or Cabinet Wiener Werkstätte, 1904
Koloman Moser, Wiener Werkstätte
Very rare cabinet from the short period when the Wiener Werkstätte has had its own cabinet makers workshop in the Neustiftgasse in Vienna. Attributed to Koloman Moser or Emanuel Margol...
Large Ceramic Lamp Base Signed by Tim Orr
Important sculptural ceramic lamp-base, grogged clay glazed in shiny shades of brown, forming an organic shape. * Dimensions approx. are for the ceramic piece solely : without the e...
Offered By OENO Gallery
The Shadow Knows
This graphic painting, in shades of blue, grey, green and white, elevates the humble plastic chair to iconic status and speaks to the idealized experience of private lakeside contemplat...
Angelo Mangiarotti 1950s Square Mahogany Coffee T...
Angelo Mangiarotti (1929-2012). A rare Angelo Mangiarotti modular component coffee table in mahogany, designed in 1955. Signed on base. Measures: 37 x 37 x 18 H.
Two French Art Deco Black and White Porcelain Oys...
Two French Art Deco black and white porcelain oyster plates with a great contemporary look from the 1930s. Hand-painted. Sorry there were six now two.
Michael Lisi/Contemporary Art
Offered By Michael Lisi/Contemporary Art
Pas de Deux III
This screenprint in colors was created in 1995. Hand-signed by the artist and numbered, from the edition of 150 measuring 36 x 20 in. (91.5 x 51 cm.).
Pair of Faceted Ceramic Lamp-Bases
Faceted pair of lamp-bases, stoneware glazed in green, white, blue and matt dark brown. Uniques pieces hand-sculpted by the french ceramicist : tribute to Serge Poliakoff artwork. ...
Folk Art Ford Pinto Tailpipe Chair
Extremely unusual chair made by an auto worker from tailpipes of recalled Ford Pintos. Whimsical and sculptural with a very playful and funky spirit.
Stunning De Stijl Gerrit Rietveld "Utrecht' Sofa C...
Cassina, Gerrit Thomas Rietveld
Stunning sofa by Dutch De Stijl architect and designer Gerrit Rietveld. This Cassina edition is from 1988, to celebrate the centenary of Rietveld’s birth. It has been newly re-uphol...
Faience, Enamel, Glass
Dog - Figure made by Emile Gallé ( 1846-1904 ) and Gengoult Prouvé ( design ), France faience and black-brown enamel, white painting, set with glass eyes. height: 11.42 in ( 29 cm )...
Towering Cast-Stone Floor Lamp by Ron Mann
Cast Stone, Metal, Paper
A towering, beautifully-minimal solid cast-stone floor lamp by noted California designer Ron Mann. A single, catcus-evoking column with its original, large-scale coolie shade topped by...
Round Josef Hoffmann Table from the Sanatorium Pur...
Wiener Werkstätte, Josef Hoffmann
Round table from the Purkersdorf Sanatorium. Purchased in the 1970s from the "Innere Mission," which runs a home for elderly people and was the owner of the building at that time.
1876 Pair of Oversize Raised Panel Arched Entry Do...
1876 pair of oversize raised panel arched entry double doors with original kick plates. From a hospital in New Jersey. These can be seen at our 400 Gilligan St warehouse in Scranton, PA...
Rare French Stool Attributed to Jean Royere
Bronze, Faux Fur, Wood
Rare French stool attributed Royere with four metal legs on hammered bronze ball feet. Upholstered in faux fur over wooden frame.
"Composition in Brown," Serigraph by Pierre Soulag...
"Composition in Brown" a serigraph by renown contemporary French artist, Pierre Soulages, (b. 1919). Signed and numbered 24/250 in pencil bottom left.
Jean Royère Oak Stool with Silk Top
Jean Royère oak stool with silk top adorable. Signed.
Ultrafragola Mirror by Ettore Sottsass
Ultrafragola mirror (from Mobile Grigi series of designs.) Ettore Sottsass (Italian.) Original design: 1970; Production: 1995. Opaline plastic, mirror, pink neon light within, nicke...
Charlotte Perriand Door for Les Arcs, circa 1960
Door designed by Charlotte Perriand for Les Arcs ski Resort around 1960, manufactured in France. Fiber glass structure, lacquered wood. In good original condition, with minor wear c...
Susan Sheehan Gallery
Offered By Susan Sheehan Gallery
Publisher: Matthew Marks Gallery, New York Edition size: 28, plus 4 proofs Signed, dated, and numbered, verso
Pair of Wooden Armchairs with Rush Seats by Sornay...
Pair of beautiful Oak framed chairs with Rush Back rests and seats.
A Swedish drop leaf dining table circa 1840.
A Swedish drop leaf dining table in original white grey paint. The cross stretcher legs go from corner to corner affording a very sturdy construction. The top paint surface is in very g...
"Balustrade Vases" by Turi Heisselberg Pedersen
Turi Heisselberg Pedersen
Turi Heisselberg Pedersen is an award winning ceramic artist and her work is in the collections of several international museums. The vessels depicted on the left and in the center are...
Pierre Jeanneret Stool
Solid teak stool by the Swiss architect Pierre Jeanneret. From the Modernist city Chandigarh, India which he designed with his cousin Le Corbusier. One available.
Hermes 3-Picture Leather Frame - 1960s
Chic Vintage Hermes Picture Frame. This very smart 3-picture frame by Hermes dates from circa 1960s. In black leather it fits 3 pictures of 9cm x 6cm (3.5’’x2.5’’), approximately. It do...
Bronze Modernist Wind Chimes by Walter Lamb
Walter Lamb Attributed Modernist Bronze Tubing and Sheet Bronze Wind Chimes with a sound similar to church bells. From the beaches of Hawaii Walter Lamb created wonderful Furniture and ...
Claude Montana 1980s Mens Tribal Mask Print Sweate...
Claude Montana, Claude Montana
**Originally $495 This cotton sweater has a fantastic print of tribal masks that is as relevant to today's fashion as it was in the 1980s. It's a casual and slouchy fit, and would look...
Four Early Modern Stools or Tables with Original P...
Gerrit Thomas Rietveld
Set of four early modernist stools or benches or side tables attributed to Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (1888-1964). Sober, elegant and architectural pieces that reflect early modernist sensi...