Notes from the Director of The Metro Show


We are very pleased to announce that two Pratt  lounges will be featured at this year's METRO Show. The lounges were designed by a team of faculty, undergraduate and graduate students from the Department of Interior Design at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY, which is committed to social and environmental responsibility.   More

Interesting Juxtapositions | METRO

Slow Art

The Venice Biennale is arguably the art world's ultimate insider platform - expected to attract 300,000 visitors this year alone and offering attendees thirty permanent national pavilions.    More

METRO Curates: Depth and Focus
The 2014 METRO Show will have a refined focus dubbed METRO Curates, in which each participating exhibitor must present a one person and/or themed show, articulating a specific point of view and highlighting their specialty.    More
METRO Paper Announced

Recently The Art Fair Company announced the launch of METRO Paper 2014, which follows on the heels of The Art Fair Company’s alliance last year with Susan Inglett on the Editions|Artists Book Fair (E|AB).     More

Noon  8th Floor Dialogues 
Collecting Quilts, Past, Present, Tomorrow: History and Trends
We have been fascinated by quilts for centuries now; by .. More 

11 A.M.  8th Floor Dialogues 
Art Brut from Japan: The International Context
Edward Gomez will discuss the still-young, still-evolving fi.. More 

The name "Larsen" is synonymous with 20th century textiles. Ever since Jack Lenor Larsen, Inc. was established in 1952, the influence of its innovative, farseeing founder has permeated the field of interior design. Ranging from filmy casement cloths to plush upholstery, from the formal geometry of complex doubleweave to the freshness of colorful organic prints, Larsen textiles have enhanced walls and floors of large company headquarters, educational institutions, jet planes, and private homes.