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Frieze alumna to test a new model for art fairs

art insider | March 1, 2019
Abby Bangser tells Business of Home about her upcoming May art and design fair, Object & Thing, and what makes it more accessible and artist-friendly than traditional fairs. “I have been involved with so many gallerists,” Bangser says “They’re such fascinating people who dedicate their lives to fostering artists’ careers. Art fairs are often a great, essential vehicle for doing that, art fairs are essential, but are there other ways to share these artists’ works?” By Robyn Smith

The Armory Show gets a feminist upgrade

show & tell | November 28, 2018
The art show announced its 2019 exhibitors this week—and executive director Nicole Berry is making sure women are fairly represented among them. By Robyn Smith

Move over 2-D and 3-D—this LA product designer is pioneering 4-D

art insider | November 8, 2018
After making a name for herself in 2D and 3D design, Los Angeles–based product designer Carly Jo Morgan has begun experimenting with the fourth dimension. Her calling card may be  designing and selling product (think: sculptural terrazzo and surrealist, whimsical furniture, and Rihanna’s set at the most recent Grammy Awards), but Morgan is, in fact, deeply troubled by the age of consumerism. By Staff

Find Ibex heads, Flemish tapestries and more at TEFAF

art insider | October 24, 2018
TEFAF New York Fall fair opens Friday with hundreds of highly anticipated new exhibits. Co-chair and interior designer Nina Carbone shares her must-sees with Business of Home. By Jeffrey Preis

This new design space leads with women

art insider | October 4, 2018
Today in Boston, interior architect Amanda Pratt unlocks the doors to Salon, her new contemporary design space—a concept store, gallery and studio with a focus on furnishings and art by female designers. Amanda Pratt sits on an Aratani Fay chair.Jessica Delaney “Women are underr... By Robyn Smith
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