urban exhibit at rose and radish

rose and radish who nearly a year ago underwent a transformation from high-end florist into floral and design gallery have a new exhibition, URBAN. featuring designs inspired by metropolitan settings the new collection is composed of conceptual lighting by industreal, elegant hering berlin place settings, architectural steel tables from blu dot, and surface designs by erika wakerly.

along with the launch of the URBAN show, rose and radish is starting a project called the sixty forty print club. a different artist will be chosen to create a signed, limited-edition print based on each new show’s theme. this artwork will be extra-special because all the profits will be split sixty forty between the artist and a selected non-profit organization. for URBAN, the print artist is kate durkin, who also created a graffiti-inspired mural in the gallery; and the hamilton family center will receive the donation to help them continue their work in assisting homeless families. the prints will be launched for sale online, roseandradish.com, on march 20th and displayed in the gallery for the show’s duration.

rose and radish stays true to its vision by utilizing a gallery format, displaying design objects as true objets d’art. the boutique gallery, located in hayes valley, reveals a different themed show about every three months. after the duration of the exhibit, the gallery space is cleared, repainted, relit, and restocked with an entirely new selection of products. items from past shows are available in a beautifully designed web-store, roseandradish.com.

Jan Halvarson

1 comment:

lisa solomon said...

wow jan. thanks for sharing this!!