Juliet Burrows and Kim Hostler founded the Hostler Burrow art gallery in 1998, in New York City. The initial wish was to compile gems of the Nordic design and decorative arts, but the eagerness to have design diversity displayed was stronger and the two gallery owners later integrated a wide range of contemporary artists. Even after that, the art gallery‘s main attention is focused on Scandinavian artists and contemplates especially works by female artists.
JUST ANDERSEN – Sculpture of a Merman
JASMIN ANOSCHKIN – Panda Wannabe Unicorn
GUSTAF AXEL BERG – Lounge Chair with Reading Stand
The gallery aims to introduce to the world three key concepts, handmade and craftsmanship, intention and integrity. With a love for ceramics and other materials, this gallery passionately brings to the market modern art that are the talk of the critical eyes.
Hostler Burrow wanted to introduce to the world a new generation of contemporary artists and their artwork, and that’s exactly what happened. This pieces might be contemporary but they have a timeless appeal to it, engaging a big crowd of admirers that come to see them.
PAUL EVANS – Occasional Pipe Table
RICHARD FILIPOWSKI – Genesis
FRIDA FJELLMAN – Crystal Atmosphere
FRIDA FJELLMAN – Sleeping Weasel
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This gallery wants to build a longlasting relationship with the artists themselves, but also with its visitors. With the belief that they have pieces that will provide a unique and timeless experience, they thrive to reach an outstanding level of beauty and authenticity when picking and displaying their beautiful products.
From December 5 to 9, Hostler Burrow art gallery will be displaying at the iconic Design Miami design event, and I Lobo You is certain that you won’t want to miss the wonders and peculiarities that this gallery has to offer!
BABS HAENEN – Bending the Walls ‘Lop Nor I’
HERTHA HILLFON – Medusa
DAVID NOSANCHUK – Butterfly Asteroid