James "Ford" Huniford :
"I have always been enamored with the strange and elegant shapes of ceramics presented by Hostler Burrows, a New York gallery specializing in Nordic and American design. I specifically enjoyed the innovative work of Maren Kloppmann, who created sculptural wall installations. Her ceramic works feature a combination of techniques that include throwing, slab building and coiling. In the sculptural wall-mounted series Deconstructed Wall Pillow III, the works appear to manipulate light, casting striking, netted shadows. These pieces add drama to their wall setting, drawing on the juxtaposition of colored glazes and creating soft tensions and unique geometries."
Hostler Burrows' leading female artists, Maren Kloppmann, Kristina Riska, and Eva Zethraeus, are highlighted in Blouin Artinfo's International Women's Day feature.
Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows discuss the impetus behind Hostler Burrows' new programming in an interview with Blouin Artinfo.
Maren Kloppmann is American Craft Council's featured artist and cover story in February 2016.
Hoster Burrows is featured as a premier gallery to visit during the annual ON TEN fall preview in New York City.
KRISTINA RISKA: NEW WORK is mentioned in a list of CFile's exciting summer exhibitions featuring ceramic art.
KRISTINA RISKA: NEW WORK listed as ArtnetNews' must-see show during Frieze Week.
KRISTINA RISKA: NEW WORK is featured in Architectural Digest as this summer's not-to-miss exhibition.
Maren Kloppmann's "Pillow wall installation" displayed at 2014's Design Miami was featured in the article "Marketplace" by C File online.
Modem Online features Hostler Burrows in an article exploring this years Design Miami. The focus of the tenth year of Design Miami was ceramic art. Hertha Hillfon's work was highlighted in the article.
"Six Women" at Hostler Burrows highlighted on C File.
Photo Courtesy of Janelle Zara
A question and answer with Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows the owners of Hostler Burrows in Blouin Artinfo's Art+Auction series Dealer's Notebook.
Antik reopens as Hostler Burrows in a beautiful Greenwich Village location.
Photo Courtesy of Ruth Fremson, The New York Times
By Becca Bergman Bull, Photos by Josh Gaddy
A Colorado home conceived by Studio Sofield features pair of beautiful wing back lounge chairs by Kerstin Hörlin-Holmquist.
Photo courtesy of Architectural Digest