Over 900 exhibitors from across the globe showcase the newest frontier of what’s best and what’s next for luxury interior design to more than 38,000 attendees in the design industry. Expanding with the market it serves, ICFF has more than doubled in the past three editions and become more international in composition.
Exhibition Viewing and Artist Studio Tour
In partnership with the American Craft Council and CraftNOW we invite you to spend the afternoon touring some of Philadelphia’s most exciting makerspaces. A tour bus will travel from Center City to visit Globe Dye Works and MaKen Studios.
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Bertrand Productions will be exhibiting a solo exhibition by Aidan Rumack at David Zwirner Gallery for Plan B pop-up exhibition .
Plan B is a pop-up exhibition, featuring galleries and artists from all over the world, which was born out of love and support for the arts. The show is occurring within the heart of the Chelsea Arts District. Wednesday–Saturday until 6PM, during New York’s art week—with special late opening hours on Friday until 8PM.
Plan B is made possible thanks to the generosity of Peter Hort, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, David Zwirner, and RiSBE, as well as colleagues within the arts community, coupled with support and facilitation by team VOLTA and Quang Bao (1969 Gallery director).
Artists Studio, Gallery and Globe Dye Works Factory Building Tour
Guests will tour artists Stacey Lee Webber and Joseph Leroux's live-in studio space composed inside 3500 square foot factory space. Guests will tour their welding shop, jewelry studio, woodshop, warehouse apartment and their recently established emerging artist gallery titled Bertrand Productions. The current exhibition, Body Double, will feature the artwork of New York based artist Katarina Riesing. After getting a full art studio and gallery tour, guests will be lead by Joseph Leroux on a comprehensive walk-through of the factory building, Globe Dye Works. Globe is a 150,000 square foot building in the Frankford neighborhood on Philadelphia's northeast side. The reinvented 150 year old thread dye factory is an amazing remnant from the industrial revolution. Guests will see beautifully reimagined factory rooms converted into incubator spaces for growing entrepreneurs, including Philadelphia own Weckerly's Ice Cream and Rival Brothers Coffee
Gallery Viewing and Artist Studio Tour
In partnership with the American Craft Council and P.O.S.T. (Philadelphia Open Studio Tours), CraftNOW invites you to spend the afternoon touring some of Philadelphia’s most exciting makerspaces. A tour bus will travel from Center City to visit Globe Dye Works, MaKen Studios, Bahdeebahdu and the Crane Arts Building before ending in Old City with receptions happening simultaneously at several galleries.