Farrow & Ball – the maker of fine paints and wallpapers that we have spotlighted both here and in the magazine before – has just announced its latest artistic collaboration.
The British company has partnered with The Museum of Modern Art in Manhattan for its “The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Prints and Posters” exhibition, which opens July 26 in Manhattan.
When you visit the show, which continues to next March, be sure to pay attention to its setting.
Farrow & Ball donated a total of 72 rolls of its Dragged Paper and 17 gallons of its striking red Blazer, as well as two softer neutrals, to help set the scene for the show.
Says Sarah Cole, director at Farrow & Ball: “We are honored to have our brand’s heritage paints and papers featured in one of the world’s most renowned museums and to support such an iconic exhibition that is dedicated to one of the greatest artists of the 19th century.”
For more on Farrow & Ball, visit farrow-ball.com; for more on MoMA, visit moma.org.
– Mary Shustack