| Nov 6, 2015 |
Five students create NYSID exhibit
Boh staff
By Staff

Later this month at the Park Avenue Armory, the New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will host “Interconnectivity,” a design installation featuring the work of five students from the New York School of Interior Design. The exhibit was created by students Danielle Brecher, Garrett Carter, Valerie Genovese and Rikki Tenenbaum, and will run from November 20 to 24.

“Our installation is an inspiring visual representation of the development and production of everything that is art,” said Brecher. “Having the opportunity to bring it to life on one of the most beautiful historic sites of Manhattan, a city that I’ve loved working and living in my whole life—what could be better?”

The handcrafted installation features strings to signify the artists working in different crafts as well as intertwining visuals to express their collaboration on the project. The fall season served as inspiration for the color scheme. The students hope the piece will welcome attendees and get them excited for what the show has to offer. Project sponsors include Kravet and Phillip Jeffries.

Also at the show, NYSID will host the panel “What’s Modern About Traditional Interiors?,” where designers Ronald Bricke, Robert Couturier, Elizabeth Pyne and Alberto Villalobos will explore traditional design with modern interiors. The discussion is free with admission to the New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show and will take place Monday, November 23, at 11 a.m. Tickets to the show are $20.

For more information, visit www.NYFallShow.com.

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