Irving Harper: A Mid-Century Mind At Play

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This solo retrospective debuts the private works of design genius Irving Harper at The Rye Arts Center. Known professionally for his iconic contributions to the George Nelson Office, including the 1949 Ball Clock, Herman Miller logo and the 1956 Marshmallow sofa, Harper’s personal creations have never before been shared publicly. Curated by Katharine Dufault and Jeff Taylor, the exhibit runs through November 8, 2014.  Don’t miss this tour de force exhibition of whimsical paper sculpture.

Made possible through the generous support of Herman Miller and Maharam.

Q & A with Irving Harper and Katharine Default
Irving Harper Auction & Celebration

About the Exhibition

Paper is a Versatile Medium

Images below of Irving Harper and his work, in his home, Rye, NY 2014.