NYC admirers of Venice, Italy-based Yali Glass, mark your calendars: Marie-Rose Kahane of Yali is currently showing new tables, vessels, and trays at “Conversation Piece: Design Is Dead,” an exhibition featuring half a dozen artisans’ responses to historical works by Italian modernist Enzo Mar; 109 Thompson Street, November 8th to 16th. For more information, go to Yali Glass.
Planning to be in Mexico City anytime soon? Paintings and sculptures collected by the late Mexican architect Luis Barragán are on view in an exhibition called “Alter Shelf” at his Mexico City house until 15 December 2019. For more info, go to Casa Luis Barragán.
On a recent trip to Sweden, Annie discovered modern day market Arket; good news, shipping is now available worldwide (see their homeware collection here).
On November 16th, at 10AM, Brooklyn-based clay studio Fefo hosts a holiday ornament workshop, incorporating basic hand building methods. For more info, go to O Studio.
On view at the Royal Academy in London: “Lucian Freud: The Self-Portraits” is the first exhibition to focus on the artist’s self-portraits. To mark the occasion, the RA Shop is presenting a product collection by Freud’s daughter Bella Freud.
Our friend Franca Fusca of Boxwood Linen in Chatham, NY, is hosting a holiday shopping event on Saturday, November 16th, and Sunday, November 17th, featuring the work of three artisans: millinery designer Victoria DiNardo, ceramicist Michele O’Hana, and textile artist Adrienne Rogers. Go to Boxwood Linen for more information.
Remodelista favorite Wayne Pate has just launched a line of abstract custom cashmere throws and blankets, available from Obsolete in LA.