Fully Furnished showcases recent paintings and drawings by New York-based artist Jeannie Weissglass in conversation with important works of furniture and architectural design with unusual and notable provenance.

Some of the show’s highlights include an original bamboo and wicker chair used on the iconic Rick’s Café set in the film “Casablanca”; tables and chairs from the collections of Wallace Stevens, Igor Stravinsky, Ringo Starr, Andy Warhol, Rudolf Nureyev and the old Metropolitan Opera House; a wooden Candelabra Sconce designed by Jean Cocteau for Igor Stravinsky; a door handle designed by Fernand Leger; drawings by Frank Lloyd Wright Jr.,  Hans Wegner and Jean-Charles Delafosse; and original pieces designed by Jean Prouvé, John Baldessari, Giancarlo Piretti, Maison Dominique, Alessandro Mendini, Georges Jouve and Tony Duquette

An opening reception will take place today from 6 – 8 PM at “B” Dry Goods, located at 679 Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

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