The Month Ahead: Design Miami/ Hits South Beach, Auctions Descend on New York
Our Month Ahead series rounds up noteworthy shows, news, and other happenings in the design and architecture communities.
Opening / Closing
ACROSS THE U.S.
Installation view of “Man, Rock, Drill” at Johnson Trading Gallery. Courtesy of the gallery.
You have until the 15th to catch “Man, Rock, Drill” at Johnson Trading Gallery, Max Lamb’s show of all new marble works—chairs, tables, lights—created over the course of a month at a quarry in Vermont.
Installation view of “Guy Yanai featuring furniture by Rafe Mullarkey” at Rod Barton. Courtesy of the gallery.
Installation view of “Petites Machines d’Architecture” at Galerie Patrick Seguin. Courtesy of the gallery.
The 31st is the last day to catch “Architectural and Minimalist: French Design from the 1950s” at Galerie Pascal Cuisinier.
December is chockablock with design auctions. First up is Chicago’s Wright, which will sell Important Italian Glass From Selected Private Collections on the 8th, followed by Design on the 10th. Next up is Phillips, who will host Design and Design Masters on the 15th. Sotheby’s brings Important Design on the 16th and finally Christie’s hits us with a record 4 sales over the 17th and 18th: Design Masterworks, Masterworks of 20th Century Design: An Important Private New York Collection, An Important Collection of Art Deco Masterpieces, and Design.
Design Miami/, the global forum for design, opens up on the 2nd, but if you’re not headed to South Beach, never fear! The online preview is already online.