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Heritage’s Jan. 27 Design sale delivers prizes by Wright & Nakashima

Frank Lloyd Wright, copper table for Oklahoma’s Price Tower, est. $12,000-$18,000. Image courtesy of Heritage Auctions

Frank Lloyd Wright, copper table for Oklahoma’s Price Tower, est. $12,000-$18,000. Courtesy of Heritage Auctions

DALLAS – For its first Design event of the year, Heritage Auctions is offering a first-rate selection of pieces by an international cast of design superstars. The star-studded lineup for the Design Signature® Auction on Jan. 27 includes celebrated American architects such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Gehry, Bruce Goff and William Wesley Peters, whose featured offerings include rare furniture from some of their most important projects. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.

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Kate Malone, ‘Small Lidded Flower Jar and Waddesdon Bird,’ 2016 crystalline-glazed stoneware and porcelain, 9⅞ x 7½ x 6¾ inches. Victoria Schonfeld Collection

Everson Museum exhibits Victoria Schonfeld ceramics collection

Kate Malone, ‘Small Lidded Flower Jar and Waddesdon Bird,’ 2016 crystalline-glazed stoneware and porcelain, 9⅞ x 7½ x 6¾ inches. Victoria Schonfeld Collection

Kate Malone, ‘Small Lidded Flower Jar and Waddesdon Bird,’ a 2016 crystalline-glazed stoneware and porcelain piece, measuring 9⅞ x 7½ x 6¾ inches. Victoria Schonfeld Collection

SYRACUSE, N.Y. – On July 24, the Everson Museum of Art will open Mutual Affection: The Victoria Schonfeld Collection. The exhibition will continue through January 30, 2022.

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Museum of Art & Design places craft front and center

Viola Frey, ‘Group Series: Questioning Woman 1,’ 1988

Viola Frey, ‘Group Series: Questioning Woman 1,’ 1988

NEW YORK – Once at the margins of the art world, today craft is front and center in art galleries, museums, and fairs, widely recognized for its expressive potential and cultural significance. On view at the Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) from May 22 to February 13, 2022, “Craft Front & Center” brings together more than 70 iconic and lesser-known works, assembled from the eclectic richness of the Museum’s permanent collection to highlight key touchpoints in craft’s history that have led to the current moment.

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