Exhibitions of Note/ Hostler Burrows Has a New Home
Hostler Burrows relocated to Greenwich Village last month after moving from their previous space in TriBeCa. Owners Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows saw potential in the brownstone on 51 East 10th street that previously housed a Manhattan real estate firm. With their vision and demolition crew, the couple completely gutted the space and turned two floors into one, affording the gallery large floor-to-ceiling windows that allow natural light and energy from East 10th street to pour into the gallery’s storefront.
“We are thrilled with the opening of our new gallery,” says owner Kim Hostler. “The space has an extremely warm and intimate feeling with lovely natural light, and going to ‘work’ has never felt so elegant. The response so far has been wonderful.”
Large teal doors welcome visitors into the space decorated by an original marble fireplace with a mantle currently displaying Scandinavian ceramics.
Hostler Burrows specializes in twentieth century Scandinavian furniture and ceramics with a focus on work from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s. The gallery will participate in Design Miami/ Basel 2013‘s roster of galleries.
The grand opening was February 28th, and the gallery is open 10am – 6pm Monday through Friday and 11am – 6pm on Saturdays.