Hostler Burrows, founded in 1998 by Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows, has consistently led the evolving market in Nordic design.
The gallery was the first in the U.S. to exhibit twentieth century artists and designers such as Axel Salto, Berndt Friberg, Josef Frank, and Finn Juhl, whose works are now highly collectible in the global marketplace and remain relevant in the midst of the current trends of the contemporary art and design world.
Located at 35 E. 10th Street, in the heart of one of New York City’s richest destinations for design and decorative arts, the gallery has widened its focus to present a program that includes contemporary works by international artists.
Hostler Burrows is the exclusive representative in the United States of work by Kristina Riska, Maren Kloppmann, Eva Zethraeus, Gal Gaon, Ohad Tsfati, Heini Riitahuhta, Jasmin Anoschkin, Pekka Paikkari, and Richard Filipowski, as well as the Ticka Project by Louise Hederström and Carina Grefmar.
The gallery maintains an international presence at many of the most prestigious design fairs, and was a founding dealer at Design Miami/Basel.