Notes from the Director of The Metro Show

Form + Function

On the long list of items at the fair to covet: a Hartford County Connecticut blown glass pitcher in a beautiful shade of medium emerald green presented by Jeff and Holly Noordsy, the fair's glass experts.   ┬áMore

In the Beginning - a mask, a dog, a table

This is the first post for Red Writing, the official blog for The Metro Show. I’ll be writing about interesting and historic items that you’ll be able to see for yourself, come January at the fair. Feel free to comment or ask questions. We welcome all feedback!  ┬áMore


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