HB381 is a contemporary art gallery founded by Juliet Burrows and Kim Hostler, opening in Spring 2022. HB381 will serve as a dedicated space for solo artist presentations, focusing on contemporary Nordic sculpture and ceramics. The gallery’s inaugural exhibition will feature the work of Pernille Pontoppidan Pedersen (Danish, b. 1987), with Fall shows by Sakari Kannosto (Finnish, b.1973), and Kristina Riska (Finnish, b. 1960). HB381 is located in the heart of Tribeca’s gallery district, at 381 Broadway (between White and Walker Streets).
Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows founded their eponymous design gallery, Hostler Burrows, in 1998 and have established a reputation as leading specialists in 20th century Scandinavian furniture and decorative arts. Over the past decade, Burrows has spearheaded the development of the gallery’s contemporary program, with notable exhibitions such as Bend, Bubble and Shine: Copenhagen Ceramics and Matter at Hand: Ten Artists in Denmark. HB381 is a natural evolution of this passion, offering a broader platform for full artistic expression.
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