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Hostler Burrows

New York / Los Angeles art and design gallery specializing in 20th Century and contemporary Nordic Design with a focus on studio ceramics.

Hostler Burrows is a design gallery founded in 1998 by Juliet Burrows and Kim Hostler. Initially dedicated solely to Nordic design and decorative arts, the gallery has expanded its program and now integrates a full roster of contemporary artists, both established and emerging, with historical works.

While international in scope, the gallery’s primary focus remains in Scandinavia and rooted in the tradition of studio ceramics, particularly work by female artists. The gallery is devoted to exhibiting work imbued with the qualities from which it has drawn inspiration since its beginnings — craftsmanship, intention, and integrity. Hostler Burrows’ unique vision and deep understanding of the sublime design which emerged from Scandinavia in the 20th Century carry over and inform the contemporary work which is brought to market with passion and a critical eye.

Insights From The Gallery

Artists

  • Jasmin Anoschkin,
  • Taher Asad-Bakhtiari,
  • Ralph Dorazio,
  • Sonja Duò-Meyer,
  • Carol Egan,
  • Kathy Erteman,
  • Richard Filipowski,
  • Frida Fjellman,
  • Bjørn Friborg,
  • Gal Gaon,
  • Mary Giles,
  • Donna Green,
  • Babs Haenen,
  • Louise Hederström and Carina Grefmar,
  • Sakari Kannosto,
  • Maren Kloppmann,
  • Veera Kulju,
  • Torbjørn Kvasbø,
  • Bodil Manz,
  • Shozo Michikawa,
  • Jenny Nordberg,
  • Carlos Otero,
  • Eun-Ha Paek,
  • Pekka Paikkari,
  • Marta Palmieri,
  • Heini Riitahuhta,
  • Kristina Riska,
  • John Shea,
  • Anat Shiftan,
  • Nicola Tassie,
  • Ohad Tsfati,
  • Kati Tuominen-Niittylä,
  • Eva Zethraeus