From Historicism to Modernism 

18 January 2019

The Barovier family and the rediscovery and evolution of murrine and mosaic glass

The Collection of James and Paula Ladwig

9 January 2019

Next week Wright has the pleasure of offering the diverse and intriguing collection...

Behind the Cover

21 September 2018

When it came time to design the cover for the Paul Rand: Art of Design catalog I knew I would have to execute to my best ability, considering every detail. 

My Friend Jean

10 September 2018

Jean-Michel Basquiat: An Intimate Collection

Sparkle and Spin

23 August 2018

The work of Paul Rand lives in the canon of design history. This famed-designer filled the pages of my college textbooks...

Mass Modern

31 July 2018

In many ways, this is my favorite auction of the season. It is a low pressure (really, no pressure) sale...

The Art of Robert Loughlin

16 July 2018

I first met Robert at the 26th Street flea market in New York in 1987. I was a new dealer just starting out in the business... 

Design for a Better Tomorrow

3 July 2018

Dieter Rams is quite arguably the most influential industrial designer of the past century...

Farewell to a Friend

26 June 2018

Michael Jefferson Leaves Wright

Please Do Not Touch

12 June 2018

Please Do Not Touch, a new book by Murray Moss and Franklin Getchell...

The Fine Art of Woodworking

1 June 2018

Few artists can revolutionize an approach to a medium, but Wharton Esherick did just that...

Postwar Murano Glass, America...

22 May 2018

Important Italian Glass: A Private Chicago Collection is a unique selection of works

Everyday Magic

17 May 2018

Harry Bertoia’s Sounding sculptures are the artistic and philosophical culmination...

Everything Connects

16 May 2018

A piece of paper can be a window. This letter constructed by Ray Eames to Alexander Girard is a portal...

Furniture Pimp

26 April 2018

Jim Walrod’s eye was legendary.

Note on a Noguchi Table

18 April 2018

Isamu Noguchi created this dining table for the fashion photographer Milton Greene in 1948/49. Crafted in Noguchi’s three signature materials of stone, wood and metal; it is an uncompromising expression of art and design. Noguchi created only a handful of custom tables.

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