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MARCH 2016

THE NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE

DESIGN & INTERIORS

MADELINE WEINRIB ON ART, COLOR AND WHAT MAKES HER HAPPY “I saw this photograph by Madame d’Ora at the Neue Galerie in New York. I created a kimono inspired by it for the museum shop, which they still sell.” Atelier d’Ora (Dora Kallmus/Arthur Benda), Dancer, 1923/Courtesy Neue Galerie New York


JANUARY 2016

HIT LIST THINGS WE LIKE

BERLIN NIGHTS LIPSTICK

AERIN for Neue NOW A vibrant red lipstick inspired by the young, independent, and stylish women of Berlin's "Golden Twenties"


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Museum and gallery giftshops are a goldmine. Miranda Sinclair weighs up the price of civilisation.

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BIEDERMEIER WALLPAPERS


DECEMBER 2015

RAINBOW BRIGHT vs. BLACK AND WHITE

MELONS MOCHA SERVICE Josef Hoffmann, designed 1925 Produced by Augarten Hand-painted black and white porcelain


NOVEMBER 23-29, 2015

KLIMT'S PAINTING SMOCK

An exact replica of a Gustav Klimt painting smock, ca. 1903 100% indigo linen with hand-embroidered white epaulettes and front pocket


NOVEMBER / DECEMBER 2015

AT THE MUSEUM

LITTLE SHOPS OF WONDER BY LAUREN SHERMAN

NEUE GALERIE NEW YORK CITY

Notable Art: Manhattan has plenty of niche museums, but Neue’s collection of Austrian and German art—created between 1890 and 1940—is particularly focused. Notable Buys: Josef Hoffmann modernist brooches, Alois Würth’s sterling-silver biscuit barrels, and Dagobert Peche branch wallpaper. Museum Director Renée Price oversees the making of these historic reproductions. shop.neuegalerie.org


APRIL 2014 NOVEMBER 2015

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BIEDERMEIER STERLING SILVER SHAKER Karl Sedelmayer Designed 1810 Produced by First Edition

STONEWARE BOWL Dagobert Peche First Edition produces the classic designs of 19th-century Viennese silversmiths, using Designed ca. 1922 the original techniques pioneered Produced by Gmundner Keramik by Biedermeier master craftsmen. The company has the privileged access and knowledge ensure that all First Edition objects remain faithful to Glazed stoneware with airbrushedtodĂŠcor the originals.


OCTOBER 2015

GOLDEN WALL SCONCE MICHELE OKA DONER FOR NEUE NOW Inspired by Dagobert Peche Hand-cast and finished bronze Hand-burnished with white gold leaf or 23.5 karat gold leaf


JUNE 2015

GITTERWERK COAT HOOK Josef Hoffmann Designed ca. 1903 Hand-cast and mirror-polished solid brass NEUE GALERIE EXCLUSIVE


APRIL 2015

WASTEPAPER BASKET Josef Hoffmann Designed 1905 Naturally oxidized or ivory-enameled cut metal NEUE GALERIE EXCLUSIVE


JANUARY 2015

FOREVER YOURS

In the depths of winter, Vladimir Kanevsky offers a reminder of summer’s bounty with a collection of alpine flowers made of handmade porcelain and copper, sold exclusively at New York’s Neue Galerie. “I see them as memento mori,” museum director Renée Price says of the pieces, which start as sketches based on botanical charts and grow into delicate- and long lasting- blooms. MIEKE TEN HAVE


MARCH 2015

AERIN ROSE BALM LIPSTICK SET

Gustav Klimt defined the allure of fin-de-siècle Vienna with his seductive portraits of society women. His sensuous portrait Adele Bloch-Bauer I (1907) is a dazzling creation, aglow with an air of mystery and magic. In celebration of Klimt’s masterpiece, the Neue Galerie Design Shop has partnered with AERIN to unveil an exclusive AERIN Rose Balm Lipstick Set.


SEPTEMBER 2014

DISCOVERIES S H O P P I N G

MOST WANTED

Devised by Madeline Weinrib for New York’s Neue Galerie, this cheery umbrella pays homage to the charming Wiener Werkstätte textiles of Josef Hoffmann and Dagobert Peche. It measures 46” dia. and sells for $54. neuegalerie.org, 212-994-9496


APRIL 2014

antennae roundup

Shake things up with these salt and pepper dispensers, suggests Miranda Sinclair

BIEDERMEIER STERLING SILVER SHAKER Karl Sedelmayer Designed 1810 Produced by First Edition

First Edition produces the classic designs of 19th-century Viennese silversmiths, using the original techniques pioneered by Biedermeier master craftsmen. The company has the privileged access and knowledge to ensure that all First Edition objects remain faithful to the originals.


JANUARY 12, 2014

Vows / Registry

For the Couple That Loves Joe and Chai By MARIANNE ROHRLICH

The I Tondi teapot, designed by Koloman Moser and Jutta Sika in 1901-2, holds 20 ounces of tea or coffee and costs $225. The Bauhaus Tea Warmer, designed by Wilhelm Wagenfeld in 1928 and made of nickel-plated brass and opaque glass, is $700. Both are at the Neue Galerie, neuegalerie.org, 212-994-9496.


DECEMBER 5, 2013

Currents | Goods

Additions to the Table Both Pretty and Practical By RIMA SUQI

Readers will be forgiven for not immediately seeing the connection between Vasily Kandinsky’s paintings and Madeline Weinrib’s new napkins for the Neue Galerie, where an exhibit of the Russian artist’s work is on view. “The idea was to collaborate, not copy Kandinsky,” Ms. Weinrib said via email from India. “I decided to reimagine one of my favorite patterns, using colors from Kandinsky’s ‘Fugue’ painting. I thought the combination of colors would complement a variety of dishes, with a modern unexpected punch.” That pattern, called Daphne, is usually hand-woven in silk Ikat. Ms. Weinrib used hand-printed cotton instead, which made possible the intricate design, as well as machine washing. A set of four napkins, one each in blue, celery, iris and navy, is $100 at the Neue Galerie Design Shop. Information: 212-628-6200, extension 496, or shop. neuegalerie.org.


NOVEMBER 10, 2013

BRING OUT THE GOOD STUFF FOR THE GUESTS By MARIANNE ROHRLICH

GIFTS THAT WILL COME IN HANDY FOR ENTERTAINING. Accessories for smart entertaining make welcome gifts for newlyweds setting up their first place, as well as for couples with more established households.

Tiny dessert or appetizer plates designed by Michele Oka Doner and made by Nymphenburg are 2 3/4 inches in diameter. The plates are hand-formed of gilded majolica; $74 each or $284 for a set of four

Also from the Neue Galerie shop are nesting trays designed by Josef Hoffmann in 1923. They are now made in polished stainless steel by Alessi; $95 to $200


OCTOBER 31, 2013

SOMETHING FOR PANDORA: A CERAMIC BOX WITH A LID By RIMA SUQI

FRANCES PALMER’S NEW CHARM BOXES were inspired by a 2002 show of the work of the Austrian decorative artist Dagobert Peche at the Neue Galerie New York, the Manhattan museum specializing in early-20th-century Austrian and German art. She kept the catalog in the Connecticut ceramics studio where she throws earthenware pieces, and was encouraged to create the collection when Renée Price, the Neue Galerie’s director, heard of her interest. It was the first time she tackled the tricky job of making a vessel with a lid. She described the pieces as a riff on Peche’s designs. “Some of the things that inspired these boxes were originally done in silver that I just translated into ceramic,” she said. The hand-painted boxes are available through the Neue Galerie Design Shop for $350 to $400 each. Information: 212-628-6200, extension 496, or shop.neuegalerie.org. A version of this article appears in print on October 31, 2013, on page D3 of the New York edition with the headline: Something for Pandora: A Ceramic Box With a Lid.


Palette Pleasers

Well designed wine accessories highlight any vintage, and maybe even that $6 bottle of merlot.

Silver and rosewood wine coaster by Josef Hoffmann; $1,250 at Neue Galerie Design Shop, (212) 994-9496, neuegalerie.org.

Patricican stemware service by Josef Hoffmann; from $130 per piece at Neue Galerie Design Shop, (212) 994-9496, neuegalerie.org.

This excerpt is from an article that appeared on page D4 of The New York Times, October 17, 2013.


July-August 2013

THE ULTIMATE BAR WITH LUXE AND SLEEK HAPPY BUILD COCKTAIL ACCESSORIES IN A SILVERY, ICY PALETTEHOUR REFRESHING WHETHER SHAKEN OR STIRRED.

Get a Grip

Use No.135 silver serving tongs for lemons or limes [asparagus, pasta, and steaks as well]. Created by Josef Hoffmann in 1902, they’re proof that good design lasts forever, $1,400. 212-994-9496; shop.neuegalerie.org.


June 2013


May 23, 2013

Heiter bis gl端cklich

So klappt es mit dem Psychiater-Pokerface: Diese Sonnenbrille ist dem ber端hmten Gestell Sigmund Freuds nachempfunden (Neue Galerie New York)


May 2013

PITCHER PERFECT

Whether you fill them with water, flowers, or Bloody Marys, these vessels pour on the charm, adding style to any Mother’s Day celebration

SLEEK CHIC

Designed in 1954 by modernist icon Eva Zeisel, this lidded porcelain icebox carafe features a molded grip instead of a traditional handle. $85, neuegalerie.org.


May 2013

ANTINOUS WALLPAPER Dagobert Peche, designed 1922 Produced by Brunschwig & Fils NEUE GALERIE EXCLUSIVE


April 2013

Step and Repeat: Toile de Jouy Renaissance by Mieke ten Have Toile de Jouy, the eighteenth-century classic French fabric, is having a style revival—much to design enthusiasts’ delight. The “cloth from Jouy,” as it is simply translated, has been a conduit of decorative storytelling for centuries, often in the form of idyllic, pastoral landscapes of people in nature. Now the narrative pattern has been spotted on the runway, and contemporary designers and artists are reinventing the beloved fabric in modern and irreverent ways. Here, a round-up of some of our favorite new iterations.

Neue Galerie collaborated with artist Sara Nesbitt on Toile de Vienne fabric, an homage to the nineteenth-century Viennese beau monde, replete with iconic landmarks of the city—from the Secession Hall to Belvedere Palace. Nesbitt, who is fascinated by the “ambiguous spatial and subjective quality” of toile, uses the narrative template to explore issues in contemporary Western society in her fine arts Toile de Vienne, $85 per yard Neue Galerie, NYC, 212.628.6200


April 2013

SHOPPING

MOST WANTED From simple pleasures to ultimate luxuries This facet-cut glass vase, fashioned for the Neue Galerie by Turkish artist Feleksan Onar, is an homage to the work of architect and designer Josef Hoffmann. Available in a deep emerald-green, the 7.5� dia. x 6.5� h. vessel can be custom ordered in other shades; $1,900. neuegalerie.org, 212-994-9496


March 2013

QUEST

Fresh Finds

Paging Dr. Freud: The Neue Galerie Design Shop, with Selima Optique, presents these limited-edition Sigmund Freud sunshades. $385. Neue Galerie Design Shop: 1048 Fifth Ave., 212.628.6200.


ELLE Germany March 2013

Culture-Highlights, Trends, and Events in March

DESIGN POET’S PORTFOLIO Vases, pocket mirrors, or trays: the award-winning Design Shop of the Neue Galerie New York creates re-editions of accessories with a special history. Latest example: the Thomas Mann briefcase ($600) made from pebbled calf’s leather by the Viennese leather manufacturer R. Horn, who was inspired by the nobel laureate’s own model. Available at: www.neuegalerie.org


InThe Frame Shades of Freud

Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar, but sunglasses can be so much more. New York’s Neue Galerie is selling Sigmund Freud-style sunshades for $385. The Viennese father of psychoanalysis would be shocked to discover that his early 20th-century “signature” reading spectacles have been turned into a fashion statement, with darkened lenses for the wearer to hide behind. A Neue Galerie statement explains that “his circular eyeglasses remain a distinctive part of Freud’s visual identity and memory, and the Sigmund Freud Sunshades are a contemporary tribute to this legacy”. For those wanting to protect their “hand-crafted celluloid frames styled faithfully after Freud’s everyday eyewear”, there is a leather case—for just an extra $95. The gallery director, Renée Price, tells us that for several years they have sold the limited-edition case, authorised by the Freud Museum in Vienna, and “we then decided to fill it!”—hence the launch of the Freudian shades. Published online: 05 February 2013


December 1, 2012

The Off Duty 50: Holiday Gifts

Fifty items geared toward ‘off duty’ pursuits, from entertaining to geeking out on gadgets.

Amethyst Facet-Cut Shaker | The Neue Galerie Design Shop's handsome cocktail shaker will make even the most clueless drink-fixer look like James Bond. Handmade by Istanbulbased glass artist Feleksan Onar, the vessel cuts a fine figure atop a bar cart. $1,380, neuegalerie.org


ELLE DECOR June 2012 Josef Hoffmann Cuff Links

STYLE SHEET

ALL THAT GLITTERS In 1906, the Wiener Werkstätte designer Josef Hoffmann celebrated his friendship and long-running collaboration with artist Gustav Klimt by making him handsome silver cuff links set with opals. Now you can wear these Art Nouveau treasures yourself. To accompany the Neue Galerie’s career-spanning exhibition marking the 150th anniversary of Klint’s birth- running from May 24 through August 27- the New York museum’s design shop will sell a replica of the cuff links, above, for $625. White- and yellow-gold versions with precious stones are also on offer (neuegalerie.org).

This excerpt is from an article that appeared in Elle Decor, June 2012, on page 56


WHAT’S HOT! PRODUCED BY PARKER BOWIE

RETURN ENGAGEMENT

An elegant silver-martelé jug created in 1935 by Viennese designer and architect Otto Prutscher has been brought back to production by Wiener Silber Manufactur. Hand formed of solid silver with a gold-plated interior, the 10” h. pitcher costs $11,000 at Neue Galerie Design Shop. 212-994-9496; neuegalerie.org This excerpt is from an article featured in ELLE DECOR, November 2012, on page 68 under the headline: What’s Hot!


Architectural Digest July 2012 Marcel Breuer Tea Trolley

This excerpt is from an article featured in Architectural Digest, July 2012, on page 28 under the headline: Most Wanted


ELLE DECOR December 2011

WRAP PARTY

Manhattan’s Neue Galerie is celebrating its 10th anniversary in smashing style. A 53 inch square scarf, designed by Swiss fashion house Akris and available in silk ($595) or cashmere ($1,290), is printed with a haunting photograph of Josef Maria Olbrich’s Wedding Tower, a 1908 masterpiece by a founder of the Vienna Secession movement (neuegalerie.org). This excerpt is featured in Elle Decor, December 2011, on page 46 under the headline: Style Sheet; What We Love.


December 2011 Therse Trethan Soup Tureen

SILVERY SIDEBOARD

“I like a relaxed Hanukkah table in traditional colors. A cluster of pitchers makes an informal centerpiece that you can leave in place and refresh all season. With a menorah- or even without one- the effect is sculptural, almost like a skyline.� -JEFFERY. W. MILLER, STYLIST

This excerpt is from an article featured in Real Simple, December 2011, on page 235 under the headline: Deck the Halls


W Magazine November 2011

NOVEMBER’S MOST WANTED What our editors are lusting after this month.

“As part of its 10th-anniversary celebration, New York’s Neue Galerie has launched a limited-edition cashmere scarf designed by Akris’s Albert Kriemler that incorporates an image of Austrian architect Joseph Maria Olbrich’s famed Wedding Tower.” —KARLA MARTINEZ, Fashion Market and Accessories Director


GOTHAM MAGAZINE November 2011 Madeline Weinrib Opium Kimono

Exotic hypnotic: Weinrib at work

ATELIER D’ORA DANCER, 1922

For the Neue Galerie, she designed a kimono in handwoven ikat, inspired by an image by Viennese photographer Madame d’Ora, “No one knows what color that original fabric is,” says Weinrib, who designed it in red as well as black and white, to evoke the photograph. This excerpt is from an article featured in Gotham Magazine, November 2011, on page 139 under the headline: Space Age.


November 2011


ELLE DECOR November 2011

Josef Hoffmann Wastebasket/Umbrella Stand This excerpt is from an article featured in Elle Decor, November 2011, on page 232 under the headline: Shower Scene.


BEYOND SHORT AND STOUT Shopping With Barbara Barry

October 6, 2011 Orient Service

By RIMA SUQI

BARBARA BARRY, the Los Angeles-based interior designer, has created a range of products, including furniture, tableware, bedding and even luggage. But one of her favorite projects had nothing to do with design. Six years ago, Ms. Barry collaborated with the Canadian company T to create a custom tea blend called Orange Grove, and earlier this year her second blend, Citrine, was introduced. “I truly fell in love with tea on my first trip to Kyoto in 2000,” she said. “And loving all things Japanese, I learned more about the culture through learning about ‘the way of tea.’ ” She added: “Tea is like design: what you leave out is as important as what you put in.” On her way to London, another tea-friendly city, Ms. Barry passed through New York, taking time out to shop for accessories to enhance the experience of drinking tea. As for porcelain tea sets, she noted, Augarten, an Austrian company, makes her favorites. And the Rottenberg service, crowned with a series of whimsical heads, is “magical,” she said. “Each head is put on by hand and smoothed to perfection. The porcelain is almost translucent, and drinking from the low, wide teacup makes you feel delicate.” A version of this article appeared in print on October 6, 2011, on page D4 of the New York edition with the headline: Beyond Short and Stout.


THE WORLD OF INTERIORS February 2011 Hand-embroidered Linens


Veranda November/December 2010

THE WORLD OF... HOLIDAY GIFTS

Tomorrow’s Heirlooms

Table Art

Josef Hoffmann’s 1909 design in nickel-plated pewter, available from New York’s Neue Galerie museum, doubles as a candy dish or modernist sculpture. $57. 212-628-6200; neuegalerie.org.


Veranda November/December 2010


The New York Times Style Magazine November 7, 2010 THE NEW COLLECTIBLES

To have and to hold on to. By Pilar Viladas Black and white This earthenware vase, inspired by the work of Dagobert Peche, is one of several made by the ceramist Frances Palmer for the Neue Galerie. $580. Go to neuegalerie.org


Martha Stewart Living November 2010


EVERYWHERE WE LOOK...

Inspired by Artists You don’t have to go to a museum to get inspired by great art. These accessories take cues from the masters.

House Beautiful November 2010

CUFF INSPIRED BY GUSTAV KLIMT Vienna, 1907. The splendor! The music! The coffee and cakes! It doesn’t take Freud to explain the appeal of this swirling design.


Martha Stewart Living December 2010

FOR THE IDULGENCE SEEKER

These handblown bell-shaped vases are as alluring today as they were when Josef Hoffmann designed them in 1915


MARTHA STEWART WEDDINGS Fall 2009 Ena Rottenberg Orient Service


HOUSE BEAUTIFUL August 2009 Memory Board

Here’s a bulletin board for people who don’t like bulletin boards: crisscrossing grosgrain ribbon and Wiener Werkstätte fabric. Very sophisticated. 24” H x 26” L, $180. NEUE GALERIE DESIGN SHOP: 212-994-9496; neuegalerie.org


VOGUE .COM March 2009 Madeline Weinrib Atelier

Need it Now: Exotic Fare

To coincide with its must-see show on the Brücke artists (February 26-June 29), the Neue Galerie New York has collaborated with Madeline Weinrib to create a collection of exquisite Ikat cushions and vintage Suzani throws exclusively for the museum shop. This vividly colored collection is reminiscent of the exotic Asian and African textiles that would have decorated the Brücke artists’ studios and also of the vibrant colors found in their paintings. Pillow, $500, and Suzanis, $6,000 each. Neue Galerie New York, (212) 994-9496.

Virginia Tupker


ELLE DÉCOR March 2009 Four Leaf Clover Tumbler Lobmeyr Service No. 4


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