As temperatures climb and plants bloom, New York City is inching closer to its official reopening on July 1st. What better way to celebrate this long-anticipated moment than with an exhibition of 20 distinct designs that champion post-pandemic social interaction within the outdoor sphere. Popular Brooklyn-based furniture studio Kin & Company is mounting Inside~Out in the Garden from May 13th to June 24th. This second annual group show brings together works from New York’s ever-resilient crop of independent makers. Initially planned for last year, the exhibition debuts works meticulously crafted during the long months of quarantine.
Presented in the ground floor gallery and back garden of the INC Architecture-designed Saint Marks Place, a new residential development on the border of Brooklyn neighborhoods Park Slope and Boerum Hill, Inside~Out in the Garden incorporates bespoke pieces by Charles Osawa, Kyle May, and Lauren Hunter, Micah Rosenblatt, Yuko Nishikawa, Liz Collins with Likeminded Objects, Malcolm Majer, Sebastián Arroyo, Trey Jones Studio, and Erickson Aesthe, among others.