Architectural Digest: 12 Beautiful Restaurants Designed by Celebrity Decorators

May 6, 2021 - Kristine Hansen

You may not be able to eat in Gwyneth Paltrow’s dining room or hang on Oprah's Montecito patio, but with more A-list decorators branching into restaurant interior design, you can tap into the style of the stars. Many designers best known for the celebrity projects in their portfolios have recently expanded to projects at eateries around the world. It’s an opportunity to showcase to a wider audience their prowess in pattern mixing, furniture and art sourcing, and creating a mood where you want to linger long after the final course. Because restaurants, of course, are about more than just design. These spaces also serve as places to gather for cocktails or enjoy delicious food. Below, we gather some examples of spaces where you can indulge in style.


News: Amon Carter Museum of Art Acquires Three Works by Donald Martiny , April  1, 2021

Amon Carter Museum of Art Acquires Three Works by Donald Martiny

April 1, 2021

Congratulations Donald Martiny on the recent acquisition of 3 works on paper by the Amon Carter Museum of American Art in Ft. Worth, TX

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art was established through the generosity of Amon G. Carter Sr. (1879-1955) to house his collection of paintings and sculpture by Frederic Remington and Charles M. Russell; to collect, preserve, and exhibit the finest examples of American art; and to serve all communities through exhibitions, publications, and experiences devoted to the celebration of American creativity.

News: Ritz-Carlton Residences Project with Wecselman Design, March 10, 2021

Ritz-Carlton Residences Project with Wecselman Design

March 10, 2021

View images of our recent collaboration with Wecselman Design at the Ritz-Carlton Residences in Miami Beach.

This gorgeous model villa Z includes work by Donald Baechler, Dan Christensen, Gabriele Evertz, Max-Steven Grossman, Jane Manus, Donald Martiny, James Austin Murray, Udo Noger, Donald Sultan and Tigran Tsitoghdzyan.


Tigran Tsitoghdzyan on ArtNet

January 8, 2021

Kick Off 2021 With These Artists That the Artnet Gallery Network Is Watching in January

This month, we're looking at artists working in Johannesburg, San Francisco, and beyond.

At the Artnet Gallery Network, we make it our goal to discover new artists each and every month, searching through the thousands of talented artists on our website and selecting a few we find particularly intriguing right now. Though making bold resolutions (like ones about leaving the house) might seem a tad presumptuous after last year, if one of your goals is to keep an eye on interesting talents, you can do so from home by exploring the Artnet Gallery Network and looking out for our monthly round-up of artists to watch. 

Check them out below—and happy art discoveries for 2021!

News: Shoutout Atlanta | Meet James Austin Murray, December 21, 2020

Shoutout Atlanta | Meet James Austin Murray

December 21, 2020

We had the good fortune of connecting with James Austin Murray and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi James Austin, how do you think about risk?
Taking risks are essential if you want to grow and succeed. A number of years ago I was invited by Madison Gallery in California to do an artist residency there and have a subsequent solo exhibition. At the time I was just starting to get noticed and it was a dream scenario. So I bet the house. What I mean by that is I took my life savings, which was about $50,000 and I spent every dime of it on that show. I bought dozens of panels and an embarrassing amount of paint and supplies. I cleared out my accounts and went to work. By the time I arrived back home I was living on credit card debt and suddenly felt very poor. The solo exhibition was months away. I had done the work and now had a hard time continuing working because of funds. I believed in my work and felt confident, it was still a scary time.

News: Disclosures: Donald Martiny, or Figures Without Ground, November 12, 2020

Disclosures: Donald Martiny, or Figures Without Ground

November 12, 2020

Whitehot Magazine | Disclosures: Donald Martiny, or Figures Without Ground

By DONOVAN IRVEN, November 2020

The art of Donald Martiny exists somewhere between painting and sculpture. We are confronted with a singular brushstroke, huge, a seemingly spontaneous, lavish eruption of color and texture on the wall. It is the mark distilled from painting, the formerly minute detail writ large, what we usually discover as a hidden and obscured part of the whole is made to be the whole itself, the entire work a gesture on the wall. 

Such dramatic works are fit for public art – Martiny is currently preparing to install a large work on the exterior of a building in Raleigh, North Carolina and is well known for his permanent displays in the lobby of One World Trade Center in New York City. But they also lend themselves to powerful aesthetic experiences in more intimate galleries, as will be evident in upcoming solo shows in March 2021 at the Scala del Bovoli in Venice, Italy.


News: Tower 155 Project with REH Interiors, September 10, 2020

Tower 155 Project with REH Interiors

September 10, 2020

View images of our recent collaboration with REH Interiors at Tower 155 in Downtown Boca Raton!

This gorgeous residence includes work by Stanley Boxer, Gabriele Evertz, Max-Steven Grossman, Donald Martiny, James Austin Murray and Tigran Tsitoghdzyan.

News: Donald Martiny: Group Exhibition Reopens at NCMA, September 10, 2020

Donald Martiny: Group Exhibition Reopens at NCMA

September 10, 2020

Front Burner: Highlights in Contemporary North Carolina Painting

March 7, 2020 – February 14, 2021

East Building, Level B, Joyce W. Pope Gallery, North Carolina Museum of Art

 Throughout modern art history, painting has been declared dead and later resuscitated so many times that the issue now tends to largely be ignored. Despite any debate over painting’s viability, artists continue to persevere in keeping the medium fresh and new. Currently painting is enjoying a revival in the art world, and innovative North Carolina artists are helping to maintain its vibrant place on the front burner.

News: One Park Grove Project with Wecselman Design, September  4, 2020

One Park Grove Project with Wecselman Design

September 4, 2020

View images of our recent collaboration with Wecselman Design at One Park Grove, Miami.

This stunning model unit includes work by Lluis Barba, Stanley Boxer, Lynn Chadwick, Dan Christensen, Max-Steven Grossman, Jane Manus, Donald Martiny, James Austin Murray, Udo Noger, Ernest Trova, Tigran Tsitoghdzyan and Bernar Venet.

News: Jane Manus: Florida Weekly, August 12, 2020

Jane Manus: Florida Weekly

August 12, 2020

By Nancy Stetson

When Jane Manus can't sleep, she puts together shapes in various combinations in her head: straight lines, squares, rectangles. Never circles. Never anything with curves. The West Palm Beach sculptor is attracted to geometric shapes and angles and strong lines that may jut out straight or bend sharply. And her work reflects that.

“I don’t do circles,” she says. “I don’t have anything against them. It’s just not me.”

When she first began creating her abstract sculpture, she originally worked in steel.

“Over the years, I found my own signature,” she says. “When people look at the work, or have seen a number of my sculptures, they can tell a piece of mine from someone else’s.

“I was working with these different pieces of metal and I was able to do what I wanted to do with them, to express what how I wanted the works to look with these materials. The more I worked with them, there seemed to be more shapes I could create.”

Even after almost 45 years of being a professional artist, she hasn’t run out of different ways to juxtapose these elements.