Chairish Art Gallery is setting up its first brick-and-mortar retail experience within Bergdorf Goodman.
Chairish, a leading luxury online marketplace for home furnishings and fine art, features an exclusive collection of over 300 original artworks, available exclusively at Bergdorf’s for a limited time.
From Thursday to April 10th, Chairish will host a series of imaginations by 30 original artists in five connected themed rooms including Pop Art, Fashion Editor’s Apartment, American Craft, Winter Conservatory and Ode to New York. Presenting limited works with rich vignettes. The event coincides with Chairish’s 10th anniversary.
Open daily from 11am to 7pm, the Chairish Art Gallery is located on the 7th floor of Bergdorf.
Chairish President and Co-Founder Anna Brockway said: “We look forward to welcoming design and art lovers to discover some of Chairish’s most coveted artists at The Chairish Art Gallery.”
Andrew Mandel, Bergdorf’s Vice President and Division Merchandise Manager, added:
The in-person experience begins in The Pop Art room, featuring artwork by Ron Giusti. Fashion Editor’s Apartment presents a curated selection of pieces inspired by the glamorous and deeply personal spaces of America’s legendary female editors. There’s Rebecca Jack’s vibrant figurative work, along with Manuel Santélices’ fashion illustrations, Sean Kratzert and Flor, and Anne Louise’s paintings of her Ewen.
The Ode to New York Room, the work of New York illustrators Happy Menochal and Tag Rice, celebrates the Big Apple in a cozy and sophisticated space inspired by the nightcaps of the city’s cocktail lounges and piano lounges.
Bridgehampton artist Bill Tansey, London-based artist Venezia Sims, photographer Claiborne Swanson Frank, Paige Dorsey’s ceramic snake mirror, and designer Livia Cetti’s The Green House. Other artists appearing in various vignettes, such as the paper flowers in the base, are also featured.